About this recipe: This is a heavenly twist on a classic fresh fruit tart recipe. It is super easy to make, but looks infinitely impressive. A pastry base is covered in a creamy white chocolate filling, which is then topped with fresh seasonal fruit. You can vary the type of fruits used to match what's in season, or you can even use tinned fruit.
This tart is great for a dinner party, as you do need to make it ahead to let it chill for 1 hour. But, it is best served on the day it is made. Allow it to come to room temperature before serving.
The glaze is in fact optional; if you opt to skip the glaze, gently cover the tart with clingfilm while it is chilling in the fridge.
Being a novice about the kitchen, I thought I'd give this a go.... Well... The results were quite spectacular!! Follow the recipe and you'll not go wrong, though I mixed in 300g of Lindt white chocolate as they came in 100g bars and the extra 25g just added to the delight! Definately glaze the finished article as it makes a world of difference on the presentation. Certainly a centrepiece to grace any table. - 31 Mar 2014
Delicious and easy to make - it looks stunning and is perfect for a dinner party as you can make it ahead. I would definitely glaze it if you want maximum crowd appeal! I will be doing this again - 16 Feb 2014
I made this for a dinner party and I used strawberries, kiwi and mandarin oranges and finished it off with the glaze. It looked beautiful and everyone loved it. Would recommend. - 01 Oct 2015