Gluten free caramelised red onion and goat’s cheese tart

Gluten free caramelised red onion and goat’s cheese tart

Since discovering the Baked To Taste brand and ordering samples of pretty much every single product they made for the shop I worked in, they have become one of my favourite gluten free brands.

I have previously reviewed their delicious Devon Steak Pasty, and ready-roll pastry, but their Caramelised Red Onion and Goat’s Cheese tart tops the entire lot.

I have always, ALWAYS wanted to try a goat’s cheese tart – they are the kind of dish I drool over and watch with ear-bursting steams envy as other people enjoy.

And now, finally, I have managed to try one – and it was even betterthan I could have imagined.

Baked at Gas 4 for 15 minutes (or 30 mins from frozen) this graceful tart was light, creamy and a marvellous waltz of flavours.

The sweet, beautiful onions complimented the tangy goat’s cheese, and it was all cradled within a crisp pastry case.

I have every admiration for Baked To Taste’s shortcrust pastry – it is simply the best gluten free pastry I have ever tasted.

This really is a treat – and was completely devoured within minutes!

I got mine from the shop I used to work at – Surfing Croyde Bay (The Old Cream Shop) in Croyde, North Devon, and (bit of a plug for them here, but they are worth it!) they stock a great range of other gluten free tarts, pasties and pies.

And I love Baked To Taste even more because they are from DEVON!!

For more information on Baked to Taste’s products and to purchase any, visit their website here.


1 Comment

  1. May 31, 2012 / 20:51

    I was all set to order this when I realized you are in Devon. I’ve been to Devon – Branscome to be exact – but, alas, I live in Maine in the U.S.

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