Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Risotto Tart Revisited

Risotto Tart Revisited

Last night I was really in the mood for my risotto tart so I began assembling the ingredients and reached for my spring-form pan. But then I saw my newest kitchen additions - two mini spring-forms - that had looked so adorable, and irresistible, on the shelves at Sur La Table. When I bought them I envisioned making mini cakes but have actually found a number of other uses.

Risotto Tart Revisited
So I thought, why not bake the risotto tart in two mini pans instead of one whole pan? I used exactly the same recipe and just divided it evenly in the pans. The taste was the same, of course, but the mini tarts just looked so cute. Even though it was just the two of us for dinner I imagined making several of these, spread out across the table for a dinner party. After all, we eat with our eyes first. Enjoy!


To see the original recipe, click here.

Risotto Tart Revisited

9 comments:

  1. An interesting recipe. I've never heard of risotto tart. It would be a perfect side come the holidays.

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  2. What a neat idea. I love the original recipe and love the idea of the individual ones. Very creative!

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  3. I have never heard of a risotto tart. Very interesting!

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  4. I had never heard of this before but it sounds so interesting! I love tarts and I love ricotta... so must be a win!

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  5. I love the idea of a risotto tart! It looks sooo good. :)

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  6. This is great way of presenting Risotto. never thought of spring foam pan.Nice.

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  7. What a fabulous idea!! Risotto was classy before, but this really takes it to a whole new level

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