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Strawberry "Bandanna" Tart

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The secret to making a bandanna you can eat with a fork -- a fruit tart with a cutout crust -- is using aspic cutters in varied shapes, mainly circles and ovals.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, July 2007
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  • Gatonju
    5 SEP, 2008
    If this is your first time making a tart, I suggest looking up a "how to on pie dough" because this was my first time and my 11inch tart turned into a 6inch tart. It was very pretty when it was done. The great thing is once you have patee brisee down you can make anything.... Good Luck!
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  • mmsrjs
    19 JUL, 2008
    Cindi-- take your mouse pointer and place it on the blue words in the ingredient list, your pointer will turn to a hand and the words pate brisee will now be underlined. Just click on your mouse and the dough recipe will come up. It is a good one, so give it a try.
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  • MS10811565
    15 JUL, 2008
    Pate Brisee is the dough recipe.
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  • cyndiMig
    3 JUL, 2008
    Your recipe for Strawberry "Bandanna" Tart has no mention of the ingredients for the dough?????????
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  • Learner10
    26 JUN, 2008
    Amazon.com has aspic cutters.
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  • Anna_Marie
    26 JUN, 2008
    Goodness! This recipe says to discard the liquid formed from adding the sugar to the strawberries before making this tart. I would NEVER throw that out! Use it as an ice cream "sauce", on pancakes, or to add a strawberry flavor to lemonade. At our house, that stuff is like "liquid gold"! lol
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  • georginamary
    24 JUN, 2008
    Please can the editor use metric measurements as well as many viewers to the website are from countries that are metric. Thanks South africa
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  • Suncere
    16 JUN, 2008
    Where does a person find these cut outs mentioned in the recipe?
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  • dbar1954
    17 MAY, 2008
    Pate brisee is just a pastry dough. You might try adding a half teaspoon of vanilla extract if working with apple for instance.
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  • MS11160044
    15 MAY, 2008
    Pate Brisee is another name for dough. It's right there in the recipe.
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