Lightly flour a work surface and rolling pin–and roll out evenly into a large, roughly 12-13” diameter disc—rotating the dough continuously as you go to prevent sticking. (I’ll definitely be sending you another email tomorrow about the Pinterest thing too. 🙂, Wow, this is one of the most beautiful tarts I have ever seen! - Half Baked Harvest, Pingback: Monday Morning Coffee Break | The Humble Gourmet, Pingback: Tomato Zucchini Tart | eatsbykathy. Bake at 400 degrees for 30-45 minutes, or until the tomatoes and zucchini are soft and lightly caramelized. I loved this recipe. It’s delicious, beautiful and if I could give this 10 stars I would! I double the Parmesan and throw the basil/oil/garlic mix in the food processor and usually use more of that as well. Makes 4 - 6 servings. Brush tart shell lightly with basil-garlic oil and sprinkle on all of the parmesan cheese. I hope I can reproduce it identical to the one I just made. Sorry I can’t be more helpful! Thanks so much Ashley! This is gorgeous! Hi Cari! It came out sooooo beautiful and delicious ! What a beautiful dish! I’m sure it tastes equally wonderful. I think your blog looks beautiful and I love your banner! Beat the eggs, half-and-half and black pepper in a medium bowl with a fork or whisk. I would probably get a little OCD with the vegetable-arranging too, but it’s all good. Bake piecrust at 450° for 9 to 11 minutes or until lightly browned. So excited that you’re excited 🙂 Yay–let me know if you try it! Serve with a simple side salad and enjoy! This made me so happy. Thank you so much for the great idea! If so, prior to cooking, or after? Zucchini-Tomato Tart. Add the onion and garlic, and cook 5 minutes, or until the onion is slightly tender. Thanks! Also, I blind bake the crust the night before and leave it out wrapped lightly in Saran Wrap overnight as I usually make 1-3 of these for appetizers when hosting dinners large and small and it saves time the next day.Â. Just wanted to thank you for this recipe. Pingback: Things I am Going Crazy For This Week! Continue to add water (and pulsing a few times) until dough just comes together. Ill check the oven. Any pre-made doughs you’d recommend? Wow! And thanks for stopping by! Diana. 199 calories; calories from fat 0%; fat 13g; saturated fat 4.6g; mono fat 0.8g; poly fat 0.1g; protein 3.8g; carbohydrates 17.3g; fiber 0.8g; cholesterol 13mg; iron 0.4mg; sodium 266mg; calcium 76mg. 🙂, Thanks Alexandra! So fancy looking, so you definitely had me fooled :). Thanks so much for the feedback! I really do love this tomato zucchini tart for so many reasons. After following your blog and others like it for so long, I finally decided to start my own this week, http://adventurefaceliz.wordpress.com. - Half Baked Harvest, Monday Morning Coffee Break | The Humble Gourmet, Zucchini: Those who can’t grow, give recipes | Odds & Hens, S1E5 (Team Challenge) – Feed the Marines | The Unemployed Foodie, The Health Benefits of Tomatoes | Journey To A Better Me, Tomato Zucchini Pie | Journey To A Better Me, Le plein de tomates | À la mode Montréal, Manger des légumes! And I’m so happy to hear you enjoyed it. 🙂. And thank you for commenting–ok, so I’m wondering whether maybe your oven runs a little hot? PS: Have I mentioned how very happy I am to see you posting more frequently? Let cool. Meanwhile, heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. Hi! Sprinkle with the remaining Parmesan cheese. Info. Really yummy and simple. It’s so simple and so delicious. This TOMATO TART RECIPE features fresh zucchini, tomatoes, and Parmesan cheese. Thank you! Press into a thick disc, cover tightly in … Thanks Jen! Looking forward to more awesome ones. I removed that sentence, but I don’t think I was particularly making fun of it? 🙂 It’s definitely fancy, but not too complicated. When I took it our, it was not frozen, but pretty close to it! Believe it or not, it turned out perfectly. I love having an excuse to make fancy food 😉. Arrange zucchini in bottom of prepared piecrust. Offers may be subject to change without notice.