The best chocolate tart with a silky cacao glaze and pistachios | jernejkitchen
The best
chocolate tart with a silky cacao glaze and pistachios
This chocolate tart is unbelievably rich in flavor, silky and the chocolate literally melts in your mouth.
serves
2
0
tarts (ring 12cm / 4.5 inch)
preparation time:
15
0
minutes
tart rest time:
2
0
hours
<p>I made this delicious, homemade, dark chocolate tart (or should I say dark chocolate tartlets) with a silky cacao glaze and pistachios for my grandad's birthday last weekend. It is really easy to make, easier than it looks. It's made with homemade tart shells with the most flaky crust ever. We always use this recipe and we absolutely love it. This chocolate tart is unbelievably rich in flavor, silky and the chocolate literally melts in your mouth (it doesn't get any better). It can be served on many occasions, like family gatherings, celebrations, birthdays etc. This yummy chocolate tartlets are for sure one of our favorite desserts. You just have to try it.</p>
INGREDIENTS
serves
2
0
tarts (ring 12cm / 4.5 inch)
preparation time:
15
0
minutes
tart rest time:
2
0
hours
tart shell dough
Chocolate ganache
silky cacao glaze
serve with
METHOD
Tart shell dough
    Prepare and bake your tart dough. If you are going to bake our Tart dough, you can click on the ingredients list and follow the instructions. You can make 2 small tars (ring 12cm / 4.5 inch) or 1 tart (ring 24 cm / 9.5 inch). When the tart dough is baked, cool it on the wire rack.
Chocolate ganache
    Bring the double cream to a boil. Add the chocolate to a large bowl. Remove the double cream as soon as the mixture boils up and pour it over the chocolate. Using a hand-held immersion blender mix the mixture for about 2 minutes or until shiny and blended. Add the sea salt and stir well. Slowly start adding cubes of cold butter. Mix it all well, using a hand-held immersion blender. This is your chocolate ganache. Pour it in the baked tart shells, while still hot/warm. Place in the refrigerator for about 2 hours to set.
Silky cacao glaze
    Soak sheets of gelatin in a bowl, filled with ice cold water for about 10 minutes. Add water, caster sugar and unsweetened cacao powder to a saucepan and place it over low heat, stirring constantly. When the mixture slowly comes to a boil, add the double cream and remove from the heat. Lift sheets of gelatin from the water and squeeze them well to remove any water. Add to the mixture and combine all very well. Strain through a fine-mash strainer and set aside until needed.
chocolate ganache and glaze
    Heat the cacao glaze to 40°C / 105 °F and pour it all over the set chocolate ganache, but be careful not to go over the tart shells.
Serve
    Dust the chocolate tart with unsweetened cacao powder and sprinkle with chopped pistachios. Serve the chocolate tart at room temperature.

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