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This is the easiest dessert recipe that still knocks your socks off when you bite into it. I have to admit I have a weakness for puff pastry dough and this dessert fulfills that need. But I was pleasantly surprised because of how simplistic this recipe was, and how unique it came out. It is probably because I am not used to baking with nectarines. On top of that not many desserts use honey as the primary sweetener, so these tarts really have an old world flavor. I picture sixteenth century aristocrats munching on them.
Old world or not, these will make a perfect dessert, and they taste heavenly with a cup of strong coffee! I personally prefer to eat these tarts with a mug of steaming hot tea spiked with a bit of local honey. My favorite tea at the moment is Tazo Passion flowers. However, my tastes are frequently changing. What is your favorite tea to drink with a dessert such as a tart?
Let me know in the comments as I always enjoy hearing from you!
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Quick Tip: Double the batch. You’ll thank me later!