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Real Canadian Butter Tarts
Jul 4, 1. Messages: 24 Likes Received: I have been making butter tarts for over 40 years, but only mixing two dozen at a time for our own enjoyment. Never have I not had my sugar dissolve - ie. Now I have to tell you, my SIL is making these for us at our brand new gluten-free baking shop so I have not seen every thing he has done that may have caused this to happen. Here is what I do know. The shells, which we make ourselves, are much shallower than my home muffin tins I have always used.
They look delicious. Hint:If you add a tablespoon or 2 of cream half and half works to your filling your tarts will not boil over the edge. Those look delicious and out of the usual. I must try them. I wonder if this is Lovella's favorite pastry dough for taste or ease of rolling out?
A butter tart with a runny centre is seen in this image taken from Flickr. You can make tart shells thick or thin or even buy pre-made tart shells. But here are a few tricks of the trade from Barbara Rowlandson when making the filling:. Let it cool before adding eggs to the mixture or they'll be scrambled. Again, heat first or the granules will fall to the pastry shells and you'll end up with gritty tarts. Besides being cost effective, tarts made with pancake syrup instead of corn or golden syrup do not boil over or crack on top.
Traditional Canadian butter tarts made with raisins and optional nuts and sweetened with maple syrup. Christmas time means butter tarts.
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Traditional Buttertart family heritage recipe from late 1800’s!
You never forget your first. The rich, crisp and flaky crust. The syrupy-sweet filling. Eating your first butter tart is an experience like none other. Gooey or firm? Should it include raisins?
This is the best butter tart recipe you will ever make. Grandma Maude got it from her mother who got it from her mother. It is at least years old, if not more, though the original recipe may not have been known as Canadian butter tarts because it did not have corn syrup in it. Grandma Maude was born in The addition of corn syrup would add body, volume, and elasticity to the filling, I imagine. Corn syrup prevents crystallization of sugar when making caramels or candy, and as this is a caramel-like filling, I imagine it also prevents sugar crystallization. Grandma Maude was famous in the Central Alberta countryside where she lived for her Canadian butter tarts.