Tart de brymlent (a medieval lenten tart)
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Tart de brymlent (a medieval lenten tart)
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:26:15 AM. Recipe ID 60591. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Tart de brymlent (a medieval lenten tart)
 Categories: Tarts, Seafood, British, Holiday
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
           Dough; for 9 inch pie crust
  1 1/2 lb Salmon; cod, haddock or a
           -mixture
      2 tb Lemon juice
      2 tb Butter
      2 ea Pears;peeled, cored & thinly
           -sliced
      2 ea Apples;peeled,cored & thinly
           -sliced
      1 c  White wine
      2 tb Lemon juice
      2 tb Brown sugar
      5 ea Cubebs:* , thinly crushed
    1/8 ts Cloves, ground
    1/8 ts Nutmeg
    1/4 ts Cinnamon
    1/2 c  Raisins
     10 ea Prunes; pitted & minced
      6 ea Dates; minced
      6 ea Figs, dried; minced
      3 tb Red currant jelly; or Damson
 
  *"The cubeb,an aromatic pepper commonly used in medieval times, can
  still be bought in many spice shops."
    Preheat the oven to 425F and bake the pie crust for 10 minutes. Let
  cool. Cut the fish into 1 1/2" chunks, salt lightly ands sprinkle
  with 2 tbsp lemon juice. Set aside. Melt the butter in a large, heavy
  skillet and toss the pear and apple slices in it until they are
  lightly coated. Combine the wine, lemon juice, brown sugar, spices
  and dried fruits, and add to the mixture in the skillet. Cover and
  simmer about 15 minutes or until the fruit is soft but still firm.
  Check the flavoring, and drain off excess liquid. Paint jelly on the
  pie crust. Combine fish chunks with fruit and place the mixture in
  the crust. Bake at 375F for 15-25 minutes, or until the fish flakes
  easily.
 




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Recipe ID 60591 (Apr 03, 2005)

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