Caramelised garlic tart

How obsessed am I with Ottolenghi‘s caramelised garlic tart? VERY. I bought his latest cookbook because I just loved the cover. Makes me want to eat aubergines forever. But back to the caramelised garlic tart. I’ve only made it twice but the second time I made it I had almost half of it leftover. It’s not that my guests did not like the tart, no, it’s that I made the same size tart for half the number of guests so there’d HAVE to be leftovers. Very cunning indeed.

In the current edition of Uppercase, the work of Australian artist and crafter Dawn Tan is featured. She too is a foodie and has made an art out of it. Her paintings of recipes are absolutely gorgeous and it took me 1.3 seconds to come up with the idea of immortalising the garlic tart recipe forever: in a Dawn Tan fashion! The final product is below, and even by looking at the watercolour, I am starting to get hungry again…

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3 thoughts on “Caramelised garlic tart

  1. So, lovely! Now you can make a drawing explaining how to make gazpacho, making the focal point of the drawing one of your new Granada bowls! So Happy to see that you use abuela’s table cloth. Besos XXX

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