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Pistachio & chocolate

This is one of my best tarts, definitely for pistachio lovers! It offers different textures of pistachio: the soft and crunchy one with the almond cream and pistachio chunks, the airy texture with the pistachio mousse. The dark chocolate adds a subtle bitter touch and...

Pear, caramel & cocoa nibs

I was invited to a barbecue last summer so I prepared this tart for the dessert. The host is a caramel lover, so I wanted to please her with this airy caramel mousse. The pear cubes cooked with the almond cream added texture and freshness, and were not too soft, the...

Berries & green lemon

This tart is very fresh and full of juicy berries. My friends killed it after a heavy lunch, it was really light. I chose this ring design for the tart which is a bit more technical than the plain round one.  The  green lemon “chantilly” mousse is the...

Chocolate & hazelnut

If you are a chocolate lover, this recipe is for you! This tart is very classic in terms of flavors, but offers many textures, and this is what my friends loved about it. The chocolate taste is predominant, but not too intense (like for a tart with a chocolate ganache...

Passion fruit & chestnut

I love chestnut, and I can eat it whatever the shape is (grilled, crystallized, spread, cream, in a dessert…). But when it comes to using it to prepare desserts, it can be very sweet. That’s the reason why I use it in general with a tangy fruit to balance its...

Raspberry, nougat & figs

In my home country Tunisia, we produce amazing sweet and juicy figs during the summer. And I think there is nothing better than a tart to sublimate this fruit and enjoy it. The tangy raspberry gelée balances perfectly the sweet fresh fig slices, and the nougat adds...