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 Post subject: I Think I Nailed Canadian Butter Tarts
PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:51 pm 
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My friends dad was visiting from Canada and he was the one that recommended the Lyle's Golden Syrup. It turned out great with it! I've always used corn syrup and vanilla but I dig the golden syrup addition.

recipe here on the blog

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 Post subject: Re: I Think I Nailed Canadian Butter Tarts
PostPosted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:08 pm 
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Wow! Those look amazing!

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Definitely going to make some of these. I've never made tarts with my own pastry before, how do you make them have those nice scalloped edges? Do you use a cutter shaped that way or form them once they're in the pan?


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tofuligans wrote:
Definitely going to make some of these. I've never made tarts with my own pastry before, how do you make them have those nice scalloped edges? Do you use a cutter shaped that way or form them once they're in the pan?


My large biscuit cutter has scalloped edges. I just used that and I tap the dough into the muffin tin on the bottom leaving the edges alone mostly.

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 Post subject: Re: I Think I Nailed Canadian Butter Tarts
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Look how shiny & golden they are!!

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Thank you for sharing; I could make my ex-pat Canadian partner very happy with these!

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Lovely! I'd be all over those (but I'd pick the raisins out - sorry!)

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I've never had Canadian Butter Tarts, but now I need some, particularly those!

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Never had them but would like to! Looks delish!


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 Post subject: Re: I Think I Nailed Canadian Butter Tarts
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I'd never heard of such a thing, so my first butter tarts will be vegan, weird!!


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