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I baked pineapple tarts again last evening because there were still some dough and pineapple paste from CNY bakings. I bought more pineapple paste from Fairprice yesterday as it was on sale. I also made more dough and put them in the fridge so that I can bake anytime when I feel like it. I'm glad the pineapple tarts turned out good, except for the sweetness of the paste. I still prefer homemade pineapple paste. :p

7 comments:

quizzine said...
February 18, 2009 at 10:10 PM

Hi Jane,
I've got some left-over homemade pineapple paste too, and thinking of making the tarts as and when i feel like eating them!
Cheers,

Kitchen Corner said...
February 19, 2009 at 9:51 AM

Hi Jane,
I'm absolutely agree with you, homemade pineapple paste is the best!

Elyse said...
February 19, 2009 at 3:40 PM

Pineapple tarts! How wonderful! You don't see this combination very often, and that's a real shame. These little treats look so delicious!

Passionate About Baking said...
February 20, 2009 at 6:57 PM

Hi quizzine,
Oh, you so lucky! Still have homemade pineapple paste. Wish I had too!

Hi Grace,
Yes! But lots of work wor! :p

Hi Elyse,
For us in the East, pineapple tarts are actually very popular. They are a must for us during our Chinese New Year. However, many those commercialised ones are not very nice. The homemade ones are so much better. The pineapple paste is not easy to make though as stirring takes about 2hours! Very tedious work involved. Therefore, it's quite expensive too! :p

Happy Homebaker said...
February 20, 2009 at 9:24 PM

Hi Jane, like you I have left half a pack of pineapple fillings. I can't wait to find sometime to bake a batch of pineapple tarts. and thanks for the idea of keeping the dough in the fridge, it certainly makes things more convenient :)

Passionate About Baking said...
February 20, 2009 at 9:42 PM

Hi HHB,
No worries! Somehow, I like to make more dough and keep them in the freezer or fridge, depending on when I want to use it. If it's within the next 3 days, it'll be the fridge, if next week, then maybe the freezer! So that anytime I feel like it, I have a dough ready, waiting for me...

Passionate About Baking said...
May 19, 2011 at 5:51 PM

Hi quizzine,
Oh, you so lucky! Still have homemade pineapple paste. Wish I had too!

Hi Grace,
Yes! But lots of work wor! :p

Hi Elyse,
For us in the East, pineapple tarts are actually very popular. They are a must for us during our Chinese New Year. However, many those commercialised ones are not very nice. The homemade ones are so much better. The pineapple paste is not easy to make though as stirring takes about 2hours! Very tedious work involved. Therefore, it's quite expensive too! :p

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