When local tomatoes are in season, little else is as delicious as a tomato tart. Find loads of gorgeous tomato tart recipes here.
Being a fussy eater, I like nice simple recipes. These tarts are great little starters, with a nice crunchy base and lovely pesto.
This vegetarian tomato and basil tart is one of my classics - I often make it for lunch. With a mixed salad and fresh bread, it tastes wonderful. The tomato tart can be warmed up the next day and enjoyed for a breakfast on the go.
This leek tart recipe is gorgeous, and results in two tasty and rustic little tarts without much effort. You can easily halve the recipe to make one tart. Use a good quality shop-bought shortcrust pastry, or use your favourite recipe. Enjoy as a light lunch, main course or starter.
This tomato tart alone is a good enough reason for me to look forward to the next tomato season. Nothing quite compares when you have a bumper crop of tomatoes from the garden. Serve as a starter or a main.
A delicious and fragrant dish, I think this is way tastier than your regular pizza. Serve with a salad on the side to form a complete vegetarian meal.
These super easy tarts are fantastically simple to prepare, and are always crowd pleasers. Remember that one sheet of pastry will give you 12 little tart cases. You can use your favourite cheese, or even a mixture of cheeses. Sprinkle with some dried herbs for extra flavour.
Delicious, crisp tarts with puff pastry bases, topped with a rich tomato sauce, mozzarella and salami and baked until risen and bubbling, served scattered with oregano.
Make these little upside-down tarts in the summer, when tomatoes are at their ripest, juiciest and most plentiful.
This is an elegant way of making use of fresh tomatoes when in-season. A shortcrust pastry case is filled with stewed tomatoes, sliced tomatoes and seasonings. Enjoy with a light summer salad, if desired.
This is a recipe that I have tweaked from one I found on David Liebovitz's great food blog. It's a wonderfully earthy, country style recipe that is perfect served hot or eaten cold for a picnic or in the garden on a lazy summer's afternoon.