Fruit Tarts Calories & Nutrition Values
Fruit tarts are really delicious and they are the best formula for most parents to trick the kids into eating more fruits. You can use almost any type of fruit to make a fruit tart. Blueberries, strawberries and kiwi are excellent choices and can be a super source for antioxidants and vitamins. Fruit tarts contain good amounts of vitamin B6, B12, C. 3.5 ounces (100 grams) of fruit tarts has 275 calories and 114 calories from fat. 100 grams of fruit tarts contain 5.8g of protein a low amounts (109 mg) of sodium.Read More
1/4 Cup All Purpose Flour 3 Eggs 3 Tbsp Sugar 1 Tbsp Corn Starch 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract 1 Cup Milk (half & half) PREPARATIONS: None. DIRECTIONS: 1-Beat eggs until stiff. 2- Add sugar and whisk until well mixed. 3- Add a cup of milk to the mixture and continue whisking until well combined. 4- Add flour and a tbsp of corn starch to the mixture and continue whisking. 5- Heat the mixture over medium heat, Keep stirring while heating. 6- Bring the mixture to a boil or just starts to thicken. 7- Turn off the heat, allow the cream to cool down. 8- Cover the cream with a lid or plastic wrap and keep in refrigerator.Read More
- 3 Medium Eggplants
- 1/4 Cup Walnuts
- 2 Small Onions
- 2 Tbsp Crushed Mint
- Ground Chili Pepper, Salt
- 1/2 Cup Kashk
1- Peel the eggplants and slice.
2- Slice the onions.
3- Crush the walnuts.
1- Fry the eggplants in a frying pan with 2 tbsp vegetable oil.
2- Meanwhile, fry the onions until golden.
3- Remove the onions and Saute 2 tbsp of crushed mint in the same pot.
4- Mash the fried eggplants in a big bowl.
5- Add the fried onion and the crushed walnuts to the bowl and stir well.
6- Add ground chili pepper, salt and the fried crushed mint to the bowl.
7- Add the kasha (whey) to the bowl and mix thoroughly until well blended.
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