1 Cup (Approx. 4.5 oz / 128g) All Purpose Flour 1 Egg (Yolk) 2 Eggs 1 Tsp Ginger Powder 3.5 oz (99g) Unsalted Butter 1 Ounce (28g) Unsalted Butter 1/2 Cup (2.1 oz / 60g) Sugar 1/3 Cup Brown Sugar 4 oz (113g) Baking Chocolate Walnuts 1/2 Cup Ginger Syrup PREPARATIONS: None. DIRECTIONS: BUTTER: 1- Whisk 3.5 oz unsalted butter and half of cup sugar until well combined. 2- Whisk in an egg yolk. 3- In a separate bowl, Combine flour with ginger powder. 4- Whisk in the flour to the butter mixture gradually. 5- Roll out the batter in tart molds or any bakery molds you would prefer. 6- Keep the molds in a refrigerator for an hour. 7- Remove the batter from the refrigerator, poke few holes using a fork. 8- Preheat oven to 355º F (179º C), bake the batter for 15 minutes. FILLING: 9- Melt/mix an ounce of butter with baking chocolate. 10- Meanwhile, beat two eggs in a bowl until fluffy. 11- Whisk in brown sugar and ginger syrup. 12- Add the melted chocolate/butter to the bowl and stir until evenly combined. 13- Remove the tarts from oven, fill up the tarts with the chocolate mixture. 14- Top the filling with as much as walnuts you'd prefer. 15- Place the tarts back in the oven and over 355º F (179º C), bake for 30 minutes.
GINGER TART CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Unique taste of ginger makes this tarts like no other. When it's made with a fresh homemade ginger syrup, it bring some extra benefits to the table. One serving of delicious ginger tarts has 415 calories (199 calories from fat), 22.1g total fat (11.6g saturated fat), 97mg cholesterol, 139mg sodium, 148mg potassium, and 50.4g total carbohydrates (1.3g dietary fiber, 20.4g sugars). Ginger tart contains 6.3g protein in one serving. It contains 10 percent vitamin A, 5 percent calcium and 10 percent iron. It is not a considerable source of vitamin C.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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