Asparagus Tart


Recipe


Time

Active Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

Recipe Yield

20 Servings

bon COOK Products Used

Roul’Pat®, Flexiflat®, Beechwood Rolling Pin, Medium Perforated Baking Sheet, and Cake Server Knife.
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Ingredients

  • 1 sheet frozen puff pastry
  • 5 ½ ounces Gruyere cheese (2 cups) shredded
  • 1-1/2 pounds medium or thick asparagus
  • salt and pepper

bon COOK Products Used

Roul’Pat®, Flexiflat®, Beechwood Rolling Pin, Medium Perforated Baking Sheet, and Cake Server Knife.

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  2. Lay puff pastry on the Roul’Pat.
  3. Gently and quickly, roll out the puff pastry to a 13”x9” rectangle.
  4. Using the backside of the Cake Server Knife, cut straight edges around the pastry, being sure not to cut the Roul’Pat.
  5. Place the pastry in Flexiflat.
  6. Using the backside of your Cake Server Knife, score pastry dough one inch from the edge making an inner rectangle.
  7. With a fork, gently pierce the inner rectangle once or twice per inch. Again, careful not to pierce the Roul’Pat.
  8. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden.
  9. Remove dish from oven.
  10. Sprinkle cheese atop the pastry.
  11. Trim the asparagus to fit the inner rectangle of the pastry so it will be as pretty as it is tasty.
  12. Place asparagus in a single layer over the cheese and alternate the tips and ends.
  13. Season with salt and pepper.
  14. Bake until tender, about 20-25 minutes.


BON TIP for Asparagus Tart Recipe:
  • Try drizzling our Apple White Balsamic Vinegar on top of this tart…it is to die for!
  • You can pre-bake the pastry and take it to your next gathering. Tell your friends how easy it is to make this dish with little to no clean-up!
  • When Asparagus season has left us, you can replace it with other in-season vegetables. For example, use apples in place of asparagus, following the recipe directions. Top with the Apple White Balsamic Vinegar.
  • Puff pastry from the grocery store works well in this savory tart. Thaw pastry according to package directions.
  • Fontina cheese can be substituted for the Gruyere cheese.
  • If you prefer your asparagus more tender, blanch asparagus prior to baking, following the instructions above.
  • You can serve this in pieces the size of square pizza or serve it as a finger food or appetizers in smaller sections.
 
If you use the Flexipat, you would use the same process except make 2 layers.


Directions using the Flexipat:
  1. Cut pastry into two 10”x5” rectangles and follow directions above for each pastry.
  2. Place one 10”x5” pastry sheet in Flexipat and bake for 10-12 minutes.
  3. Repeat with second pastry sheet.
  4. Assemble with two layers; pastry, cheese, asparagus and repeat.
  5. Place back into the oven and bake for an additional 10-12 minutes or until golden brown.
           Enjoy!

Time:

Active Time: 15 minutes 
Total Time: 40 minutes

Recipe Yield

20 Servings

Reviews

Asparagus Tart

5 Stars Based on 3 Review(s)

Nicole SchorrBakersfield, CA - 5 Stars
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Can't go wrong with this recipe!

September 6,2020
Puff pastry, cheese and fresh vegetables? Yes, please! This tart hits the spot every time. I keep a box of puff pastry in my freezer so I can quickly put this together when friends come over or for an impromptu play date.
Leslie BurnettPORT ORCHARD, WA - 5 Stars
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Tasty!

April 8,2018
Looks great and tastes great!
Jess WhiteMI - 5 Stars
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Beautiful & easy appetizer!

December 21,2017
This was a crowd pleaser & SO easy to make. Adding this to my fave recipe list! Thanks bon COOK!

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