Strawberry, Goats Cheese And Black Pepper Tart

Strawberry, Goats Cheese And Black Pepper Tart. Hello friends.

The peppercorns really bring out the flavours of the strawberries in this, and it’s a great combination with the goat’s cheese.

Strawberry, Goats Cheese And Black Pepper Tart

How To Make Strawberry, Goats Cheese And Black Pepper Tart:

Serves: 4

Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 30/40 minutes

You’ll Need:

1 packet of frozen shortcrust pastry

400g Strawberries

1 tsp of cracked black pepper

1 sprig of rosemary

400g goats’ cheese log (large)

What To Do:

Step One:

Preheat the oven to 200°C/180°C fan/Gas mark 6.

Roll out the pastry on a floured surface, then cut out a circle big enough to fit into each mini tart tin.

Carefully lay the pastry discs into the tart tins and press gently into the corners.

Step Two:

To blind bake the pastry, lightly prick the pastry bases with a fork then bake for 20-30 minutes until cooked thoroughly.

Step Three:

Hull and halve the strawberries and mix in a bowl with the black pepper.

Chop the rosemary and mix with the Sweet Eve strawberries.

Step Four:

When the tart cases are ready, spoon in the strawberries and then add a slice of goats’ cheese on top of each one.

Place the tarts back in the oven for 10 minutes until the cheese has melted and bubbled.

Remove from the oven and allow to cool slightly before serving.

Strawberry, Goats Cheese And Black Pepper Tart

*Recipe and photograph by BerryWorld*

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  1. Jenni
    17 August 2016 / 19:52

    This is a combination I wouldn't have thought of, looks delicious x

  2. kerry norris
    16 August 2016 / 20:53

    I am going to have to make this. I'm a huge fan of goats cheese. It goes so well with fruit doesn't it. X

  3. Anna Maria
    16 August 2016 / 15:27

    Ohh these look perfect for summer need to try them out. So delish

  4. beautyqueenuk
    16 August 2016 / 14:21

    Oh wow, now here are two ingredients I would never have put together, adore, but now want to try!

  5. Kara Guppy
    16 August 2016 / 08:37

    I am not sure about mixing goats cheese with strawberries but it looks amazing

  6. Stella Olojola
    16 August 2016 / 07:23

    This sounds and looks appetising. I bet it was.

  7. Mellissa Williams
    16 August 2016 / 00:31

    This is an interesting combination, such a different take on a strawberry tart. I would eat this if I saw it in a restaurant!

  8. Charlotte TheMummyToolbox
    15 August 2016 / 20:07

    WOW this looks delicious! My cooking never looks that amazing either, I always end up breaking the crust! I like the sound of the cheese and strawberry combo though, sounds interesting!

  9. Dean B
    15 August 2016 / 14:26

    Such a coincidence! We actually have a strawberry tart in the fridge ready for dessert later. The only difference is, ours is store-bought and yours, as always look delicious!

    • 16 August 2016 / 07:49

      Thanks Dean, these look great don't they 🙂 (this is a guest post)..

  10. Talya
    15 August 2016 / 12:51

    Wow what an amazing sounding combination. I'd love to try something like this!

  11. Cathy Glynn
    15 August 2016 / 11:48

    This sounds a lovely combination of flavours and very simple to prepare x

  12. Stephanie Robinson
    28 July 2016 / 17:34

    I actually really like the sound of these – hope they were delicious! They look fab. Thanks for linking to #PoCoLo x