Crab TartletsFrom elgab89 8 years ago
- Pastry: shopping list
- 2 1/2 cups flour shopping list
- pinch of salt shopping list
- 2 sticks butter shopping list
- 2 tbsp cold water shopping list
- or 1 lb already made unsweetened pastry shopping list
- Filling: shopping list
- 1 tbsp olive oil shopping list
- 1 large onion diced shopping list
- 2 garlic cloves minced shopping list
- splash of dry red wine ( I had Pinot Gris) shopping list
- 4 eggs shopping list
- 1/2 cup milk or cream ( I used 4% milk) shopping list
- 250 g crabmeat ( I used canned crabmeat) shopping list
- 100 g Manchego or Parmesan grated cheese shopping list
- 4 tbsp chopped chives shopping list
- pinch of nutmeg shopping list
- pinch of paprika shopping list
- salt and pepper to taste shopping list
How to make it
- If you are making the pastry yourself, mix the flour and salt together. Add the butter cut in small cubes and rub it in the mixture to resemble fine bread crumbs. Gradually stir in the butter to create a firm dough. Roll and cut with a glass round shapes. Put them at the bottom of muffin forms.
- Preheat oven at 375F.
- Heat oil in the pan and add the onion with a little salt. Cook 5 min until softened ( not brown) and add the garlic. Cook another minute. Add splash of wine and cook 1 more minute. Let cool.
- Whisk the eggs. Add gradually the milk. Add the crabmeat, grated cheese, onion mixture and the rest of the ingredients while you keep on whisking. Fill the pastry with about 2 fullspoons of the egg/crab mixture.
- Bake 30 - 35 min and serve hot or cold.
The Cookelgab89 Toronto, CA
The Rating12 people
!Wow... I have crab meat at my freezer and I wanted a different recipe... this is great!!! thanks for the idea.. 5
berry in Winter Park loved it
Best vacation we ever had...Granada, when our daughter was studying over there in 2002 - the tapas were ALL just beyond extraordinary and we ate our way through different ones every day! Thank you for sharing this delicious sounding tapas recipe - I...morekrumkake in Chicago Suburbs loved it
This looks wonderful! I could convert the crabmeat and parmesan to oz. or I could just use as much as I want!!!LOL (I usually do that anyway)
Thanks, Ferricookinggood in Leesburg loved it
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