Pizza dough take two. Following yesterday’s post about using pizza dough to make cinnamon rolls, today’s post is about the recipe in March Everyday Food using pizza dough to make apple cinnamon tarts. I used pre-made dough for this. You roll it out, dot with butter, roll again and refrigerate. Then cut into 4 rectangles and arrange apple slices that have been mixed with cinnamon and sugar. Brush the edges of the dough with an egg wash then cinnamon and sugar.
These turned out really thick. Too thick. It needed to be a lot thinner to even approximate a tart. Not to mention the pieces were just huge. We each ate half of a piece and it was a lot. The apples did cook nicely and the top was pretty and crunchy on the edges. The flavor was good, it was just too much dough. This was not a success in my opinion.
It’s funny, I can usually tell if you think something is a success or not just from your photos! Your blog makes me wish we could still have great desserts here!
I take the photos before tasting so I don’t think it is influencing my very limited photography skills! You must be able to tell by looking if something is any good.