Berry tart

  • Nutrition Facts
  • Calories: 315
  • Protein: 6.5
  • Fats: 20
  • Carbohydrates: 25

    Welcome to the HozOboz pages. Today we are preparing berry tart. A delicious, sweet, aromatic and surprisingly healthy dessert for the soul, which everyone has heard about, but not many are prepared. In the review, we will tell you more about the dessert itself, talk about the features of its preparation and possible variations of the recipe. And then, of course, together we will cook a delicious berry tart and feed all our relatives. But this is later, but for now a little history.

    History of the dish

    Translated from French, the name of this dessert is nothing more than an ordinary pie. This cake really has a number of distinctive features that make it very authentic, namely:

    • this cake is always open;
    • it is prepared only from shortcrust pastry;
    • it is most often baked in a special form with a corrugated edge or simply on a baking sheet, like pizza;
      such tarts can be large or small and the latter, by the way, are called tartlets.

    Regarding the birthday of this wonderful dessert, only one thing can be said with certainty - shortbread doughs began to be used around 1550, although the early pies were still mainly filled with hearty meat and fish fillings. Later, the cuisine became sophisticated and tarts with fruit and creamy insides appeared. Almost everything that is available to your imagination and wallet is used as a modern filling for such a pie. From fruits and berries to fish, meat and jellied creams. At the same time, several fillings can be combined in one product at once, for example, make berry tart with meringue or chicken tart with egg filling. In general, experiment and you will be happy. Well, we talked about the recipe, and now we are preparing the berry tart with cottage cheese.


    • Flour - 300-350 g
    • Egg - 2 pcs.
    • Baking powder - 1 tsp
    • Sugar - 250 g
    • Butter - 150 g
    • Sour cream - 200 g
    • Cottage cheese - 100 g
    • Any frozen berries - 300 g
    • Lemon (zest) - 1 pc.


    1. In preparation, you can use not only frozen berries, but also fresh ones are perfect. Fresh berries must be prepared appropriately: sort and wash. Frozen ones do not require any preparation, they do not even need to be thawed. The oil must be put on the kitchen table in about an hour, so that the product is already sufficiently softened to work.

      First, let's prepare the berries and butter. Wash or defrost the berries, and just put the butter on the table and give it an hour to warm up.

    2. Put sugar (100 g) into a spacious bowl, beat in one egg, put cubes of soft butter.

      For the dough, pour granulated sugar into a bowl, break the egg and add soft butter

    3. Start the mixer at maximum power and turn these ingredients into a homogeneous mass.

      Using a mixer, turn the dough into cream

    4. Sift flour to the butter mass, immediately add baking powder.

      Sift flour into the dough and add baking powder

    5. We begin to knead the dough with a spoon, continue with our hands. The final dough is soft and comfortable to work with.

      Kneading soft dough

    6. We will form a base from the prepared dough, carefully rolling it into a layer, which we will transfer to the bottom of the mold (I have a split mold diameter of 21 cm). Use our fingers to form the sides (3-4 cm high), prick the horizontal surface of the dough base with a fork.

      Roll out the dough into a layer and place it in a 21 cm mold, and then form the sides about 3 cm high. We prick the base ready for baking with a fork so that the dough does not swell

    7. Very quickly prepare the sour cream and curd filling. Put cottage cheese in a bowl, add sugar (150 g), add sour cream, beat in an egg, add lemon zest.

      For pouring, mix cottage cheese, about 150 g of sugar and an egg with lemon zest in a bowl

    8. It is very convenient to use an immersion blender at this stage, lower it vertically into a bowl, turn it on at minimum power and turn all the ingredients into a homogeneous sour cream-curd filling.

      We interrupt all the filling components with a blender until smooth

    9. At the bottom of the dough base, lay out frozen berries in an arbitrary layer - I have blueberries and raspberries in equal amounts in my work.

      Put berries in the base of the pie

      10) On top of the berries, distribute the sour cream and curd filling. We will bake the pie for 40-45 minutes in the oven at 180 degrees.

      Pour the filling over the berries and place the pie in the oven preheated to 180 degrees for 40 minutes

    10. Be sure to completely cool the finished cake and only then cut it into delicious triangle pieces.

      We take out the finished cake from the oven and cool it completely, and only then cut it and serve it to the table

    11. Bon appetit.

      Bon appetit.

    The benefits of the dish

    As you already understood, our berry tart is definitely not PP. But for that - this is a real delight in taste and aroma, and I also want to remind you of the benefits and safety of homemade baked goods in comparison with store counterparts. The fact that you cook with your own hands from the best products and in a great mood will definitely benefit.

    Do you know the same cool recipes? What can you say about sharing with our readers and telling about your culinary exploits? We are waiting for your recipes and new impressions. Let's give joy to each other - it's great and very useful. Your HozOboz!

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