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Showcase autumn's quintessential fruit -- the apple -- with this tart.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, November 2009
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Once assembled, this tart can be frozen for up to three days. Simply bake it straight from the freezer as instructed.

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  • genevieve1964
    25 SEP, 2011
    The simplicity of this recipe made it 100% worthwhile. It was delicious, and impressed the guests! I made two at a time. Cooking it at 6200ft. of altitude provided one single challenge: getting the apples to caramelize! We cooked it at least 40 minutes at 375.
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  • Cooploops
    13 NOV, 2010
    I wonder if this would work using lemon curd instead of the apricot preserves. Lemon sounds like it would go well here.
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