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    Tartes of Fruit

    Tartes of Fruit

    Tartes of frute in lente. Take fygys & sethe hem wyl tyl pey ben neyssche; pen bray hem in a morter, & a pece of Milwel per with; take ham vppe & caste raysonys of coraunce per-to; pan take Almaundys & Dates y-schred per-to; pan take poudre of pepir & meng with-al; pen putte it on pin cofynne, & safroun pin cofynn a-boue, & opyn hen a-boute pe myddel; & ouer-cast pe openyng vppon pe lede, & bake hym a lytel, & serve forth.

    Dough:
    1 C. Butter
    4 C. Flour
    2 t. Salt
    8-12 T cold water

    Mix butter, flour, and salt until fine crumbs. Add water to desired texture. Roll out thinly and cut into 4” circles. Set aside.

    Filling:
    1 lb. Cod
    2 t. salt
    1 t. black pepper
    2 T. cider
    1 C. raisins
    1/2 C. chopped, pitted dates
    1/4 C. toasted almonds

    Saute Cod in butter. Flake apart and mix with other ingredients. Drop spoonfuls on 4” round pieces of dough. Wet edges with egg white, fold in half, and crimp. Preheat oven to 315 degrees and bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown.

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    I tried making these this morning for my grandmother They were delicious! Thank you so, so much for posting the recipe!

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    You can make your dough much lower in fat by substituting around a half cup of nonfat, unflavored yogurt for the butter.

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