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Crispy Phyllo tartlettes with Cherry tomatoes, Mozzarella & Anchovies

January 6, 2012 in Uncategorized

Crispy Phyllo tarts with tomatoes, mozzarella & anchovies

These may seem finicky and like they take a lot of trouble but I can assure you that could not be further from the truth. These gorgeous and delicious tartlettes are so easy to make, I would trust my 19-year old brother to do it (please note that my brother can barely make himself toast and he’s a master at making 2-minute noodles!

Crispy Phyllo tarts with tomatoes, mozzarella & anchovies

What is important to remember when working with phyllo is that whatever filling you add needs to be relatively dry or else the pastry will go soggy and that kind of defeats the purpose as you want the pastry to stay beautiful and crisp.

Crispy Phyllo tarts with tomatoes, mozzarella & anchovies

These tarts are the perfect thing to serve for a weekend lunch with a salad or as a starter and they are relatively healthy. I used Fior Di Latte (and only 70g (2.47 ounces) for the 3 tarts) and butter for brushing the phyllo but I wrote those off as the necessary fat and protein I need with my lunch. The anchovies are optional but I promise you they take this from great to fantastic! It’s also incredibly easy to feed a crowd with this as you just add more ingredients, nothing is specific so work on what your taste buds are telling you!

For this recipe, visit Simply Delicious

2 responses to Crispy Phyllo tartlettes with Cherry tomatoes, Mozzarella & Anchovies

  1. these look divine i will be sure to try them — any suggestions on what i can i can use in place of anchovy

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