Chocolate Raspberry Tart

This Chocolate Raspberry Tart recipe looks like it just came from an artisanal bakery. This chocolate raspberry tart recipe is the perfect dessert recipe to serve after an elegant main dish recipe. The combination of chocolate and fresh raspberries is something to love. This chocolate raspberry tart recipe is made up of a chocolate dough recipe, and a chocolate custard recipe. It takes a bit of preparation, but you'll be so impressed with yourself when all is said and done. And everyone you serve it to, will be raving about the amazing dessert you made! For the chocolate custard part of the recipe, you will need some whole milk, heavy cream, egg yolks and sugar. You will also need some cornstarch, some Dutch-process cocoa powder, sea salt and some chopped and melted semisweet chocolate.

To start the chocolate custard recipe, you will heat some milk and cream in a medium saucepan over medium heat until it starts to simmer. Then whisk the egg yolks and the sugar in a medium sized bowl. Then whisk in some cornstarch, salt and cocoa. Slowly whisk the milk mixture into the yolks, adding only a bit at a time. You can then pour the mixture back into the pan and cook, all the time constantly whisking, until the mixture becomes as thick as a pudding, approximately four minutes. You can then pour the custard through a strainer and into a clean bowl. Then stir in the melted chocolate. Then lay a piece of plastic wrap on the top of the custard so that no skin forms on the custard. Chill the custard until cold, which will take at least three hours, and up to four days. You'll want to prepare this recipe ahead of time!

To form and bake the tart shell, you can start by preheating the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and rolling out the dough on a lightly floured work surface, until the dough is about 1/4 inch thick or thicker. Then roll the dough onto a rolling pin, and unroll it over a 4-inch by a 13-inch rectangular tart pan that has a removable bottom. You will want to press the dough against the bottom of the tart pan, making sure to get into the bottom corners, and up the sides of the pan, taking on it's shape. Then using your thumb to brush the dough even with the edge of the pan. If you see any cracks or holes in the dough, make sure to patch with some of the extra dough taken from the edges. This is a great recipe site that you will want to take a look at. With every recipe imaginable from appetizer recipes, main dish recipes, drink recipes, holiday recipes, crock pot recipes, and more. You are sure to find something that you need, no matter the occasion. If it's a healthy recipe you are looking for you don't have to look any further, you will find superfood recipes, such as a sweet potato and kale recipes, eggplant recipes, recipes with grapes, barley recipes, and more.

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