I am spending a quiet weekend. It feels like summer although it’s something like mid-winter around here. With 25 degrees Celsius today and a high of 29 predicted for tomorrow, it’s a very summery winter!
I made these apple and custard tartlets this morning, baked in individual tins. It’s the same recipe as from here. (If you halve the recipe, you’ll get 5 tartlets, depending on the size of the tins). I glazed the top with some kiwi jam instead of demerara sugar this time.
And for dinner I had this.
Now I’m off to watch a movie. 21. It sounds like a quite good movie. It’s inspired from a true story.
Lovlie – great looking tartlets. I have never had the courage to take something like that on, though I brought back some adzuki beans from my holiday and can’t help but feel as though I should tart it up. <BR/><BR/>Enjoy the heat (yikes!)
I don’t think I ever heard about the movie you mention. I’m guessing you’ve watched it by now, so how was it?
vegancowgirl: adzuki beans are so yum! And yes they will be great in a tart.<BR/><BR/>celine: The movie was good. I liked it! It was light and entertaining. I wished I was as genius as those students! I’d be rich!
Those tarlets are super adorable!
Mmm.. those tartlets look delish and that pasta dish has me drooling!!
the tarts look super yummy and they sound super yummy too!
Gauri Radha गौरी राधा says
Both the pasta and the tartlets look very appetizing.