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Maybe you went apple picking and now you don’t know what to do with all three bushels. (Hey, you got carried away. It happens.) Or maybe you are throwing an impromptu gathering and want an easy appetizer to serve your friends. That’s what these goat cheese, apple and honey tarts—from Apple: Recipes from the Orchard by James Rich—are for.
“It’s best to use a sweet apple for this recipe to complement the tanginess of the cheese,” Rich writes, “so try a Braeburn or Royal Gala instead of Granny Smith. You can either bake this as individual tarts—as I have done—or as one large tart, in which case just roll out the puff pastry into a rectangle.”
After the tarts come out of the oven all golden brown and crisp, don’t wait long to drizzle on some honey and serve them. They’re best eaten while still warm, or toasted and reheated on the second day…if you have any left.
Recipes excerpted with permission from Apple by James Rich, published by Hardie Grant Books, September 2019.
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