This was my contribution to a family get together. It's very moreish! The recipe is one given to me by my lovely French neighbour.
Pack of shortcrust pastry
100g caster sugar
100g walnuts, chopped finely
100g walnut halves
20g butter, 100ml crème fraîche, 150g caster sugar
Preheat oven 180C/gas4 22cm tart tin
For the tart:
Cut the butter into pieces and melt for 1 min in a microwave. Leave to cool.
Beat the eggs and caster sugar using an electric mixer or hand mixer till white and fluffy.
Add the chopped walnuts and melted butter and gently mix together.
Roll out pastry to fit a tart tin which is at least 2.5cm high.
Grease the tin then line with the pastry.
Add the nut mixture gently.
Bake for about 30 mins till golden.
Put the sugar in a pan and melt till brown. Heat the cream till boiling and pour over the sugar, mixing with a wooden spoon. Add the butter cut into pieces.
Put the walnut halves evenly over the tart, then pour over the caramel.
Leave to cool before eating!
Nice crunchy pastry, nuts in a soft filling and then the bigger nuts in a lovely caramel coating.
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