Thursday, July 20, 2017

No Bake "Minion" Mango Tart

Bello! Minion movies are back and if you have not figure by now Ceci loves Minions, so we made again a simple treat. Great for a theme party~

Looks good, taste good and super simple and No Bake :)

I am saving our "pastry cream" recipe for another video, so you might just have to use yours in the mean time. But the nice combination of vanilla pastry cream and mangos with the buttery golden Oreo crust is perfect for the summer!

Isn't it cute? It is a easy decorated fruit tart which still gives you a wow factor!

Infographic Recipe will be updated soon!

No Bake Mango Vanilla tart 
Yields 6 servings

2 Mangoes
175g (3/4 cup) Pastry cream
190g (24 Oreos) Golden Oreo crumbs
75g (1/3 cup) Unsalted butter, melted
5g (1 tsp) Extra Unsalted butter, melted
4g (1 heap tsp) Gelatin powder  
20g (4 tsp) Water,cold  

Blue oil base colouring
Candy coating

Digital Template [Click Here!]

1. Separate the Oreos and filling into 2 bowls
2. Pulse cookies into fine crumbs
3. Add in melted butter and stir it until evenly coated
4. Divide crumb mixture in 2 bowls (1 with 3/4 and 1 with 1/4)
5. Combine extra melted butter with blue oil base colouring
6. Add coloured butter into 1/4 of the crumbs
7. Press the mixture into a self-made tart pan and flatten it and up the sides with the back of a spoon
8. Refrigerate crust until filling is ready
9. Combine pastry cream and oreo stuf, mix until all smooth
10. Cut the mangos in thin strips and puree 100g (1/2 cup minus 1 tbsp) of it set a side
11. Spread pastry into the tart shell layering with the mango strips
12. Spread it until even, cover it with plastic wrap and refrigerate
13. Mix gelatin and water, let it bloom
14. Heat gelatin mixture until dissolved
15. Mix it into the mango puree and stir until thoroughly combined
16. Pour it over the tart and cover and refrigerate until set
17. Use candy melts to make the design
18. Transfer the design on to the tart when it is ready to serve

I. You can use store-bought pastry cream / homemade but I would suggest to cut the quantity of sugar in half too avoid over sweeten filling
II. We made our own mould using thick cardboard and aluminium foil.  Follow the template and bend the cardboard strips to make the sides, secure it with staples to make the shape and wrap it in foil on the sides and the bottom.
III. If you want to avoid food colouring, you can use regular oreos for the blue part instead, it will still look good with a dark cookie
IV. Use mangoes that are really ripe and sweet, if the mangoes are not sweet, you can add a little sugar to sweeten it up

Links to Supplies:
Ninja Blender and Processor
Oil Base Food Colour
Black Candy Melts
White Candy Melts

Hope you guys enjoy this weeks [How To's]

See  you next week :)


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