Kristof's team takes turns to make cakes for their Show and Tell meeting, every two weeks (a great habit if you ask me!).
This week was his turn, and since I wasn't around to help (Girls' Night!), I gave him some pointers for an easy strawberry tart I made a few years ago for my birthday. Here's the recipe:
1 pie crust (puff pastry or shortbread)
1 basket of strawberries (about 500g)
1kg of mascarpone
vanilla sugar, to taste
1. Unroll the crust in a pie dish, prick it all over with a fork and bake it "blind" according to the packaging's directions (in his case, that was 35min at 210 degrees Celsius).
2. Whisk the vanilla sugar into the mascarpone (Kristof used 4 packs, about 45g, but if you have more of a sweet tooth you might want to add more).
3. When the pie crust has cooled down, fill it with the mascarpone mixture and top it with strawberries.
It was yummy and disappeared quite quickly;)
His colleagues complained that it was bad for their figure (apparently software developers are watching their figure these days!) but still went for seconds and thirds...