Maeve from salt souls cafe tartlet

@leagh_farm and @mannaorganicstore both have amazing rainbow Chard in season right now. Its so visually stunning and really easy to cook with. For Easter Sunday I made a tartlet with it. Here’s the recipe:

1 roll flaky pastry, 200g sliced chestnut mushrooms, 6 stalks of rainbow Chard thinly sliced, 1 diced onion, 2 crushed cloves garlic, 150ml stout (beamish or @guinness), knob of butter, salt, pepper. Wild garlic pesto, carmelised onions or use relish and grated parmesan cheese.

Method:
Sautee onions, garlic, Chard and mushrooms until soft, add a little butter, salt and pepper to taste. Add stout and bubble to reduce liquid right down.

Roll out pastry onto a baking tray, cut into 6 or 8 squares and separate to give them room to rise. Use the rim of a glass to lightly imprint a circle in centre of each square. Prick the circle with fork so the centre won’t rise. Put mushroom Chard mix on top, add dollop pesto, carmelised onions or relish version and grated parm. Brush edges of pastry with oil or beaten egg. Bake 200 degrees for 12 mins approx.

Serve with green salad topped with my favourite 12 yr old balsamic dressing from @therealolivecompany

So easy, so tasty, perfect lunchtime dish!

TAG us if you make it 🙂 enjoy!
📸 @leagh_farm
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