Ree Drummond Rustic Strawberry Tart

How to Make a Ree Drummond Rustic Strawberry Tart

One of the many great things about making a rustic strawberry tart is the freshness of the berries. Fresh strawberries are available year round, and make for the perfect summertime dessert. A tart with a crisp crust and soft berries is a surefire winner. The best part is that it’s simple to make.

First, you’ll need to roll out a large disc of pie dough. It’s not hard, but you’ll want to do it in an oval shape. This way, you’ll be able to spread out the filling. Roll the crust out until you’ve got a thick enough piece of dough that you can fit it in a standard size tart pan. Once you have it rolled out, you’ll want to cut away the excess.

Next, you’ll need to get some turbinado sugar. This sugar is perfect for a rustic strawberry tart because it adds a nice crunch and sweetness. You’ll also need a pastry brush to apply the sugar and some egg wash to help keep the crust from sticking to the pan.

For the most part, you’ll be baking the same pie crust used in the recipe. But instead of baking it right on the baking sheet, you’ll place it on parchment paper. When you’re ready to bake, place the parchment paper on a rimmed baking sheet and set it in the oven. Bake for about thirty to forty minutes. If your crust is baking too quickly, you may need to wrap it in aluminum foil to slow down the process.

When you’re done, you’ll want to top it off with a healthy dose of whipped cream. Luckily, you can whip up a bowlful of whipped cream with only two ingredients, so you’ll be able to finish up the tart.

To make the pie’s signature white sugar, you’ll need a stand mixer with a whisk attachment. Then, you’ll need a cup of sugar. Since it’s made with turbinado, it’s not as fast to dissolve as the finer grains of sugar, but it still does the trick.

Whether you’re looking to impress your family and friends with the coolest new dessert or just a plain ol’ snack, the following easy recipe is a must. Plus, you’ll be able to bring it to any occasion!

In the end, you’ll have a tasty tart that you can serve with a big scoop of ice cream. All you need to do is follow these simple steps and you’ll have your very own rustic strawberry tart. I’m sure your guests will be impressed.

Another fun and clever way to make a rustic tart is by using a puff pastry. Puff pastry is perfect for this recipe because it keeps the fruit inside the tart. However, you’ll need to thaw the pastry first. Also, you’ll need to prepare a sheet pan for the pie crust. Depending on the type of puff pastry you use, the baking time will vary. You can either preheat the oven to 350 degrees or assemble the tart while the oven preheats.

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