Saturday, November 5, 2016

Cranberry Brioche Tart 小紅莓布莉歐塔


This is another recipe which was inspired by Australia Gourmet Traveller.  I'm actually not the biggest fan of brioche.... but the crispy crust always kept me coming back for more. haha...... Its like you hate and love it at the same time. >o<  I was planning to prepare a labneh at the very beginning but as too much yogurt is required, I decided to change my mine and used the common yogurt mixture instead. Well, it works good and fuss free !  Lucky that I still have some frozen cranberries that I could work on with. The tart turns out looking really festive though.

Ingredients for brioche dough :
2 tspn   yeast
1 TB    milk
3 cups  all purpose flour
2 TB  sugar
4 eggs
200gm   butter, softened

Method :
(1)  dissolved yeast into milk and let to rest for 15 minutes or till yeast turns formy.
(2)  now, combine flour and sugar into mixing bowl then stir in the eggs & yeast mixture till everything well cooperated.
(3)  next, add in butter little by little and knead till soft dough is formed. Then let dough rest for 1-1/2 to 2 hours or till dough double in size.
(4)  once its ready, punch dough to release excess air and knead dough till smooth.


(5)  place dough to slightly floured working table then divide into two portions. You may either store dough into plastic bag and keep refrigerated for other uses.
(6)  now, flatten dough by rolling out into a thin layer disk sheet.
(7)  line flatten dough to baking paper then place it to baking tray.

(8)  plead all edges of dough to form a pizza dough then let to rest for 40 minutes to an hour.

(9)  once its ready, spread on yogurt mixture and top with cranberries. At the same time, sprinkle all edges with brown sugar.
(10)  Finally, bake at preheated oven 190'C for about 20-25 minutes or till golden brown.

The crust looks absolutely gorgeous & crispy ! An additional ice cream and you will be on cloud 9.  I think the savory thing will work well on this one too.  Can't wait to try that out soon. Hope you guys will love it too.

6 comments:

Angie Schneider said...

That crust looks to die for, Kristy. I love this brioche styled tart.

Nammi said...

My sister once made brioche and it was so hard , I assumed that was how it was to be LOL, this looks nothing like it!!! tart looks delicious!

My Little Space said...

Good day Nammi,
Brioche will normally turns crumby & dry after 2 days time because the moisture wasn't lasting, due to lack of fluid on the recipe other than egg & butter. So, you need to plan well before you start one. However, no regret though.
Blessings, Kristy

Unknown said...

Hello! Is ur yogurt mixture bought from supermarket?

My Little Space said...

Hi Unkown,
Welcome to my humble little space. Yes, I'm using readymade yogurt from supermarket. Btw, the yogurt mixture I mentioned about is actually the mixture of egg & yogurt. Hope this is will help.
Have fun !
Blessings, Kristy

Rosita Vargas said...

Te ha quedado fantástico seguro suave al paladar me encantó y tus panqueques son ingeniosos,abrazos.

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