RC's Butter Tarts. Mix butter, brown sugar, milk, egg and vanilla in saucepan. Heat on medium until mixture comes to a low boil. Butter tarts are one of my all time favourite sweet treats and have been for many years.
Butter Tarts have that perfect ratio of pastry to filling. That is because they are traditionally made as. A butter tart is a type of small pastry tart highly regarded in Canadian cuisine and considered one of Canada's quintessential treats. You can have RC's Butter Tarts using 7 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of RC's Butter Tarts
- It’s 1/3 cup of butter.
- You need 2 tbsp of milk.
- Prepare 1 of egg, beaten.
- You need 1 tsp of vanilla.
- You need 1 of raisins.
- It’s 12 of pre-baked pastry tart shells.
- It’s 1 cup of packed brown sugar.
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RC's Butter Tarts instructions
- Preheat oven to 450°.
- Mix butter, brown sugar, milk, egg and vanilla in saucepan.
- Heat on medium until mixture comes to a low boil. Make sure all ingredients are well mixed and butter is melted.
- Put raisins in bottom of tart shells.
- Pour melted mixture in tart shells.
- Cook filled shells at 450° for 8 minutes, reduce heat to 350° and continue baking until lightly browned.
I found these tarts very “dry”- I guess I like mine with a little less raisins/nuts and more butter and sugar mixture. Butter tarts have since became a real totem for Canadian cuisine, particularly in Ontario, where you can find a year-round self-guided Butter Tart Tour in Kawarthas Northumberland, which includes over. Butter tarts are a Canadian tradition. There may be no more perfectly satisfying treat than a Canadian butter tart. It is small and sweet, bracingly so, with hints of butterscotch and caramel.