Pine Nut Tartelettes - A Taste Of Two South

Monday, September 15, 2008

Pine Nut Tartelettes


Being a Southerner in one continent is often nothing like being a Southerner in another and I am sure many other expats can relate to this. I never thought that things I'd find here in SC would be the same as back home but I never imagined what a wonderful bounty was awaiting me. I know I often reminisce about good times and childhood moments I had in Haute-Provence but I found that they are very similar to the ones B. experienced as a child and young adult. A lot of outdoor times, campfires with his cousins, we had barbecue pits dug right in the ground, they had oyster roasts, we would sleep on the lawn watching meteor showers and they would build a tree house and divert phone lines (yeah...that's a story for the phone company never to find out!).

When I moved here, I starred amused at yellow mustard potato salad and fried chicken but fell in love with gumbo, okra, yellow squash, cornbread, spoonbread, and pecan pies...I quickly understood that very few people other than B's mom would make them the "right" way. You know what I am talking about, the way that makes your memories tickle so bad you instantly close your eyes and go "mmm,mmm,mmm..." Instead of trying to duplicate the impossible taste associated with memories, I decided early on in our relationship to bring my South to his and create new flavors, new tastes, new memories. It's not uncommon for yellow squash to find its way into my ratatouille, my "petit sale aux lentilles" (cured pork slowly cooked with lentils) to spot a couple of pieces of ham hocks, or have lima beans replace broad white beans when I make a lamb roast.

I also carry this "your South meets my South" attitude in a lot of the desserts I make. Most of the time it is because I miss using something and B. bugs me to make one of his favorites and I end up incorporating the two together. This is what happened with these pine nut tarts. I was browsing the aisles at the store and I spotted B. looking at the pastry display, particularly focused on tarts filled with pine nuts, freshly pulled out of the oven. We started talking about doughs and fillings wit the baker and she mentioned being totally in love with these "new" tartlets molds and offered to let me use a set for a while (we know each other so it was not like "eh stranger! Come use my equipment!"). The tarts made me think of pecan pies gone Italian or Provencal. B. wanted to buy one but at $3.99 a pop....I gave him the look...you know if you cook or bake a lot, the one that reads "I can make it cheaper, better, nicer...so keep moving".


Pine Nuts

B. loves pecans, I love pine nuts. He loves pecan pies, I like honey and nut pies. He wanted "the same [he] saw at the store" and I wanted peace and quiet after a long day spent separating old crazy dog and young crazy dog....I apparently failed because the old one lost a tooth while they were trying to prove their virility....Oops! But the tarts turned out exactly like I wanted, the perfect mix of both our cultures and upbringing. The pine nut tartelettes are filled with a similar filling as you would use in pecan pies, replacing the corn syrup with acacia honey, and adding half a vanilla bean, seeded just to give the whole thing a boost. Feel free to use any other honey you like, acacia and lavender happen to be among my favorites. Funny thing is that while making these, I came up with yet another variation but I have to keep it a secret for a little while longer, ehehehe... but if you volunteered to test some recipes for the book, you might find it in your email box pretty soon (makes me nervous already!!)

I am sending these to one of my favorite Italians, Susan at Sticky, Gooey, Creamy, Chewy for her Blog Anniversary Bash!
I know, I know...the recipe....

Pine Nut Tartelettes

Makes 6, 4-inch tartelettes.

For the tart shells:
1 1/2 cups (185 -190g) flour
1/2 cup (65g) powdered sugar
1 stick (113-115g) butter, cut in small pieces
1 egg yolk

In a food processor, combine the flour and sugar, add the butter and pulse a few times. Add the egg yolk and pulse a couple more times until the dough barely comes together. Dump it into a lightly floured work surface and knead until it just comes together. Wrap in plastic and refrigerate at least 30 minutes, preferably an hour. Roll between sheets of plastic wrap and cut out circles larger than your tart shells, fit the dough into the molds and cut out the excess. Set them on a sheet pan, line them with parchment paper rounds and fill them with pie weights or dried beans. Bake at 350F for about 10-15 minutes. Let cool before adding the filling.

For the pine nut and honey filling:
150g (1 cup) pine nuts
2 eggs
75g (5 Tb) butter, melted and slightly cooled
100g (1/2 cup) packed light brown sugar
100g (1/3 cup) acacia honey
1/2 vanilla bean, split open in the middle and seeds scooped out with a pairing knife
or 2 tsp pure vanilla extract or vanilla bean paste

In large bowl, whisk the eggs with the brown sugar, honey and vanilla seeds. Add the melted butter and whisk until incorporated. Divide the pine nuts among the tart shells. Slowly pour the filling over the nuts, trying not to move them around too much. Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes or until golden brown.


Pine Nut Tartelettes

104 comments:

Abeer said...

ms. tartlette ur creations always look like peaces of art!! i admire ur work!

Smitteniche said...

What a fabulous variation on a classic! I've never tried pine nuts, but you have me convinced! :-)

Dalybeth said...

I gave my parents the same LOOK when they came home with lemon meringue tarts from Costco.

Suzanne said...

YUM!

(tarts from Costco? Blech)

Manggy said...

Hee hee... "South meets south!" I love it!! :) Much as I'm sure I'll love this beautifully deeply golden tart!

Aran said...

I found myself doing the same when I arrived here and now we are also a "mixed food" family... a little of bit of this, a little bit of that.... half basque half american... my lentil soup with elk sausage, yellow squash in pisto... but i like what you did with these tartlets much better since i am not a big fan of pecan pie.. but these... I would die to sink my teeth into these!

Sunshinemom said...

Beautiful as ever, Tartlette! I am wondering how you reserve the pine nuts for making anything!! I am such a hog - I finish them up before they can be used any other way!!:)

Christy said...

Finding a balance between what you want and what your husband wants, and then making it look and taste so good: priceless.

Love that tartlet mold too!! Lol at the look!! I so totally get it!

Sara, Ms Adventures in Italy said...

Speaking of southern things....in your first and last pics, is that a homemade "spork" ? :)

adli said...

wow these look great!! through I don't have pine nuts here :(

wouldn't mind testing your recipes :)

Peter M said...

Delicate, decadent, deelicious!

VeggieGirl said...

Haha, love your "your South meets my South" attitude ;0)

GORGEOUS TARTELETTE!!! But should I be surprised by this fact?? No!! Your desserts always pleasantly astound me :0)

Dana McCauley said...

Nice tarts! One of my pet peeves about where I live is that most of the pinenuts available are the larger, waxier Chinese version. It's almost impossible to find Italian or French pinenuts which are smaller and nuttier.

The Wind Attack said...

That looks amazing and watch now as I probably go into my kitchen and eat a spoonful of pine nuts drenched in honey.... sigh.

the italian dish said...

These are right up my alley! I'm going to try them - I love pine nuts!

Tartelette said...

Sara: a spork...now that almost made me snort my coffee...ahahaha!!

Tartelette said...

Sara: a spork...now that almost made me snort my coffee...ahahaha!!

Mónica said...

I think it´s great what you do with the knowledge about those two wonderful south cuisines.Edna Lewis books are among of my favorites.
Also wonderful, are your pine nut tartelettes.Beautiful and so yummi!

Clumbsy Cookie said...

What a fun concept, having 2 souths in the same pie! I also adore pinenuts, but they're soooo expensive here! Sometimes I find pines and bring them home, surch for the nuts and then break and skin each one. A lot of work, messy, but so worth it! I would love your tartelette, tartelette! ;)

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

You beat me to it! I'm just about to say "how about my southwestern brioche" that sure puts two souths together! Obviously souths is not a word but now it is!

Tanya said...

Heehee...I give my husband that same look ALL the time! I love pinenuts and your tarts look amazing. If you ever need someone to test out your recipes, I'd be happy to volunteer!

Elra said...

Susan,
I couldn't bear to take my husband to grocery store. He would stare at everything in the baking section. No, not just stare, more of "grab" them all if he can. I am sure he will grab this pine nuts tart too.

Anita said...

Mmm, pinenuts! I love well you can combine your French roots and your Southern US influences - you're truly a global pastry chef!!

Erin said...

The tart looks amazing, and with the pine nuts it has to be fantastic :) I would love to test some of your recipes out for you.

veron said...

the hubby would be crazy about this as he loves pine nuts which incidentally I just used in a shortbread crust. Gorgeous as usual, Helen!

cindy* said...

i love nut pies! and i love the replacement of honey for corn syrup.

Maria said...

I go to Costco for toilet paper, not tarts:)
I love the pine nuts on your tart. It is gorgeous!!

Vera said...

Helen, these tarts are irresistible!
Pine nuts and honey are so wonderful together!

Irene said...

Oh my gosh, "the look"!!! I know it so well (and so does my husband, lol). I'm not overly fond of pine nuts, but do you think it can be made with a combination of other flavors? Walnuts? Macadamia nuts with drizzled chocolate on top?

ambrosia ananas said...

Lovely!

Botacook said...

Contente de voir que tu n'aies pas été emportée par Ike! ;)

Derrick said...

These look wonderful and pretty easy to make- my mom just bought a giant bag of pine nuts at Sam's Club and I was thinking about ways to incorporate them into something sweet! I can't wait to try them out, thank you!

amy said...

"south" is so different from place to place. but it always seems to me that people "in the south" have more fun. I need to move south.

Fit Chick said...

The pine nut tarts look so good!How did the tart pans work?

Chris said...

Brilliant! I am afraid I would be very social the party with these...I would take the tray, park my butt on the couch and chow down! :)

limonana said...

ahh!! so scrumptious! really looks beautiful! & i like the wooden sporkish looking utensil :o)

The Short (dis)Order Cook said...

These look delicious. A few months ago I made a pine nut and honey ice cream and fell in love with the combination of pine nuts and honey together in one dessert. I am a huge pine nut freak. I also have a jar of fancypants Italian honey that I have yet to open and don't know what to do with yet.

Can this dough be used in a single regular tart pan rather than in the little tartlette pans? I have the former, but not the latter?

Tartelette said...

Derrick: can I sneak on your mom's shopping list!!

Fitchick: I loved them! Much easier to work with than silicone tartlets molds.

(Dis)Order Cook: Yes, the dough will fit a standard 9 inch pie plate. I find it easier sometimes to just pat it in the pan, dependig on how hot it is in the house and how fast it gets soft.

Zoe Francois said...

This is the recipe that is going to win my beloved over to pine nuts. I adore them and he wants to live without them. No longer! Your tarts are gorgeous and your writing is charming!

gkbloodsugar said...

Wow - That's brought back some fond memories, eh?

Those are fantastic-looking Tarts; the crust is phenomenal!

Leonor de Sousa Bastos said...

I wouldn't have tied the cutlery...

I know that it's beautiful but their ending must be delicious!
:)

the redhead said...

I absolutely adore your site! it kills me to look at it, though, because it all looks so delicious.

Angela said...

Oooh, I love pine nut desserts. This tartlette looks dee-lish. Thanks!

Judy said...

Those look divine. I love pine nuts.

Eileen said...

These sound wonderful Helen. Really, really wonderful! I love pine nuts and will be making these. I'm looking at the tarts and am wondering about the special tart pans. Are they smooth on the inside?

Ginny said...

my mother makes a great pine nut pie! They are so good in dessert! The tartelettes look great!

Sylvie, Rappahannock Cook & Kitchen Gardener said...

merci de m'avoir rendu visite, ce qui ma permis de decouvrir votre blog. Je vais me regaler.

Et trop drole: moi aussi je viens du Sud francais (en fait, de l'hemisphere sud!) et je vis dans le sud americain.

Very neat and tasty tartelettes! How's that for fusion cooking? Thank you for stopping by on my blog, which allowed me to discover yours. I am REALLY going to spend some delectable moments here.

Sylvie
Another southern French girl in the American South.
www.LaughingDuckGardens.com

Lisa magicsprinkles said...

The LOOK translates worldwide but it does have an accent, y'all. Great post and fabulous photography as always.

PheMom said...

The tart is gorgeous - I really love the fusion of both your tastes and cultures... now, about the pork and lentil recipe... (hint hint) :)

Sara said...

I love pine nuts in dessert - I made a pine nut brittle once that was really good.

strawberriesinparis said...

Helen! I have to make these pronto!! Pine nuts are my FAVORITE! It is the best flavor of gelato in my opinion!

Art of Dessert said...

This sounds absolutely scrumptious! Not really into pecan pie but this variation sounds too good to pass up :-)

That Girl said...

You're making me so excited for Southern food!

Esra said...

Oh, can I get one, please ???
These shots are so inviting...

miri said...

Loved the story, and I think the "your south meets my south" is a great attitude, especially when it comes to combining dessert ingredients :)
These tartlets look delicious!

• friedl • said...

Beautiful !

• friedl • said...

Beautiful !

My Castle in Spain said...

oh la la ! c'est trop tentant !
:-)
I would love to try those
thanks !!

ps:hope the vintage car is still rolling...

My Castle in Spain said...

et en plus, vous êtes de la Provence?
c'est super..moi je suis née à Aix-en-Provence et finalement comme vous, je vis au sud d'un autre pays..

Bonne journée à vous !

ana dane said...

i didn't think pecan pie could be improved upon, but i'm not so sure now. i can't wait to make these.

my grandmother was from birmingham, AL, so i learned all about the amazing world of southern desserts from her when i was growing up. one of my favorites was caramel cake, which you really don't see anywhere these days. hmm, maybe after the pinenut tarts...

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

These are perfection, Helen! Thank you so much for sending them to my party! I know that they will be the hit of the buffet.

Cookie baker Lynn said...

I love your attitude of taking the best of his and the best of yours and making the best there is. The tarts look yummy and now you've put another item on my kitchenware wishlist (darn it!). My kitchen will explode soon from too much stuff!

kellypea said...

What a perfect combo. I'm not from the South, but do love pecan pie and think your idea of honey is so much better. I grew up eating pinenuts in Spain picking them right out of the cones. This looks really, really tasty. Cool tart pan, too. Wonder if I have ANY more room in my cupboard...?

Hannah said...

I rarely cook with or buy pine nuts because I never know what to do with them, but these tartlettes look incredible. Maybe I'll have to pick up a jar of pine nuts and give them another shot.

Mobula said...

Pine nuts...so delicious and so expensive here!!! But it looks so fine I´m trying to do this.

Bravo, Helen!!

Passionate About Baking said...

BEAUTIFUL Helen...stunning, gorgeous. I love the overlapping of tastes, the look, the 'anything they can do, I can do better-even at $3.99'!!! LOL...what a wonderful entry to Susan's. I'd better get there early & grab one of 'em...they are delectable!

Lori said...

PICK ME! I would love to test out your recipes. Lori, the guinea pig, at your service!

Love the tarts. So funny cause I saw something similar in a book at the library today. It caught my eye.

Alexa said...

Helene,
Ces tartes ont l'air si delicieuses... I love the combination of South and South. I look forward to seeing the slightly different secret version as well. I am sure it will be worth the wait.

Anonymous said...

mmmm, pine nuts! My step grandpa untroduced me to these and told me about he used to "harvest" them when he was a kid. Now, in Utah, the polygamist's get all their gazillions of kids to harvest them and sell them for $15 a lb... yeah... and how do I know this!? I worked for a fruit stand last year whose supplier of these beauties was said polygamists, nice huh!? Let me know how I can be on the devoted volunteer list to laborously sample your goodies!

Sarah said...

dang it... I pressed enter instead of shift! The comment above is from me!

Tartelette said...

Eileen: I am not sure by what you mean by smooth. They are non-stick and quite easy to use.

Melissa's Cozy Teacup said...

I am sooooo, gonna make these!

Cakebrain said...

Ooooh! I just bought a huge bag of pine nuts from Costco! Whooee! Now I have another use for them!

My Sweet & Saucy said...

Oh, lovely twist! I love the look of the pine nuts too!

Lisa Michelle said...

Not only am I completely addicted to your blog, but you just gave me a phenomenal use for the bag of pine nuts I've had in my freezer for two weeks. Mine will never look as gorgeous as yours, but I have no doubt they'll taste amazing.

Once again, perfection in every aspect :)

Kim said...

Your desserts and posts are always so warm and charming. To think I am right around the corner-so close to sampling these delectable treats!

Shari@Whisk: a food blog said...

Another beautiful tartelette from Ms. Tartelette! Stunning and looks delicious too! I like how you married your South with his South.

NOT SO VANILLA said...

mmmmm... I love pine nuts. I love pine nuts mixed with ricotta or marscapone and honey. I am for sure making these tarts. I wanted to ask you about those utensils... are they the reusable bamboo ones?

Snooky doodle said...

these look so nice. Pity I don t like making tarts . Wish I hd one though,

Tartelette said...

Not So Vanilla: yes, the spoon and fork are the reusable bambo ones. I love them, although I have a set I keep for pictures and one I use for picnics and bbqs and change that one out more often because the bamboom stains after repeated uses.

Heather said...

oh, these are lovely! i love pine nuts... and the addition of honey sounds delicious!

Patricia Scarpin said...

Oh, Helen!These are such beauties - I'll be heading over them when Susan's party starts! ;)

Jen Yu said...

"The Look"!? You are such a riot. I know that look and I'm not half the baker YOU are! Lucky B that he gets goodies made on demand like that. You are an artiste, love. Poor puppers lost a tooth?! That Bailey is really playing rough now, no? I want very badly to take a fork and break open that tartelette. It looks like the filling would be very gooey and yummy. Mmmmm.

Tammy said...

Hi Helen

I have awarded you a prize for inspiring me to start blogging!

http://weetreatsbytammy.blogspot.com/2008/09/happy-blog-day-to-me-and-cupcake-hero.html

Tammy

Y said...

My boyfriend loves pecan tarts, so I'll have to try your recipe out some time, maybe with leatherwood honey instead of acacia, because leatherwood is my favourite :)

I often try and give him the look when we're at the shops and he's tempted by some pastry or other that doesn't appear to be worth the purchase to me... although I'll have to concede that I rarely have the time to do too much baking for him!

Mallory Elise said...

oh so cute. you are so popular with comments!!

Gigi said...

gorgeous tartelettes! I love how neatly the pine nuts are on top!

Elly said...

Oh my goodness, these look so delicious! I am a bit of a pine nut addict so I am definitely saving this one!

Melissa's Cozy Teacup said...

I made these tonight for our church home group, only I made one large pan without a crust. turned out great and everybody loved it. Thanks for the great recipes!

Em said...

Yummy! The Pine Nut Tartelett sounds so good.:)
And I happen to have all ingredients at home!

Gabi said...

I love your "my south meets your South" interpretation! Lovely Pine nut tarts! Nice to "see" you at the party :)

Erin said...

I love how your backgrounds come together in this dessert. It sounds fantastic! I adore pine nuts, and I have cute little tart pans that I'm always looking for an excuse to use :)

Susan from Food Blogga said...

Pine nuts and honey are so beautiful together. This is a stunning dessert, Helen.

Helen said...

tarts filled with pine nuts! Wow! I would never have thought of that in a million years but I love the idea. I really enjoy the oily, creamy texture of pine nuts and I can see how this would work really well.

Ashley said...

This is so fantastic. I just bought a ton of pine nuts and I can't use them all in basil and pasta. I can't wait to try this out! Looks delicious.

Sarah Jane said...

These photos are making my mouth waterfall.

Valérie la gourmande bleue said...

une petite merveille en bouche !

Robert said...

hi,
these look so delicious I think about doing them for christmas dessert. can you tell me if you take the shells out of the tart-pans before filling and baking again or if you leave them in the pan and get them out afterwards?
thanks a lot for this wonderful recipe.
best robert

Tartelette said...

Robert: I usually take them out before adding the filling as I find it easier to handle if any of the sticky filling gets in between the tart dough and the mold. It can get quite "interesting" to lift them off the pan if it happens.

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Anna said...

I have a quick question for you. I dont have food processor for making the tart shell. However, I do have the pastry cutter..so I used that. Is the dough ( before refrigerate) very crumble? Mine was hard to come together....so I'm just not sure I did something wrong or not. I hope you can help me!

PS. Love your blog! :)

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