My thirty-fifth recipe with Wednesday with Donna Hay is Easy Apple Tart, found online at the DH site here.
The ingredient list: apples (I used Fuji), brown sugar, cinnamon, butter, puff pastry, egg, and ice cream (optional to serve). What's not to love about all these ingredients?
It all goes together very quickly and even bakes quickly (about 18 minutes) so you have an apple-tartish dessert ready in less than half an hour...which could be dangerous if you remember this too often. The puff pastry has a little crispy crunch to it, the thin apple slices are a little sweet, a little tart depending on your apples probably, but they were nice and juicy and soft (that doesn't show very well in the photo, so you will just have to trust me on that one), which makes it fun to eat with a little dab of creamy vanilla ice cream. She also recommends serving it with a little double cream but I don't have access to that on a daily basis, unlike ice cream which sits nicely in the freezer until you remember it and doesn't hold it against you for forgetting.
I used my mandolin for slicing the apples paper thin which I am figuring helped with getting them soft and juicy in the oven while the tart was baking. Definitely a repeat, the question is how often?