Mexican Tarts

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Mixed vegetables and refried beans topped with sour cream, crushed corn chips and tomato sauce, make a tasty filling for the tarts.

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Mexican Tarts recipe - How to make Mexican Tarts

Preparation Time:    Cooking Time:     Makes 25 tarts.
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For the tarts

  1. Mix the flours, oil and salt and make a semi-stiff dough by adding water.
  2. Knead the dough well and keep for 30 minutes.
  3. Roll out into small puris and press inside a tart mould. Put another puri in another tart mould. Like that build up the layers or puris and tart moulds.
  4. Deep fry the stack in hot oil until crisp.

How to proceed

  1. Heat the oil and fry the onion for 1 minute.
  2. Add the Mexican tomato sauce, vegetables and salt and cook for a few minutes.

How to serve

  1. In each tart, put some vegetables mixture, refried beans and cottage cheese and top with sour cream, crushed corn chips, green onions, coriander and lettuce leaves.

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Mexican Tarts
 on 20 Nov 10 02:32 PM

Mexican tarts are not only visually appealing but they taste incredibly good too! The tangy tomato mixes well with the rest of the relatively subtle flavours. Making the flour tarts proved to be a challenging job for me, but they were delicious indeed!