The best chocolate praline tart

July 28, 2009 at 11:46 am 2 comments

The ever so superb, triple chocolate, praline tart.

The ever so superb, triple chocolate, praline tart.

Ever met a tart you didn’t like?

No?

Well, dear reader, do proceed without fear or trepidation, for I don’t expect you’ll be feeling anything much less than looooove for this delicious, smooth, velvety, very adult, and darkly decadent triple chocolate, praline tart.

Originally published by Gourmet Traveller, my mother in law (Lady Flaxalot!) made this particular, palatable pudding on Saturday night.

Mmmmm... smooth, creamy, velevety love in a tart.

Mmmmm... smooth, creamy, velevety love in a tart.

I’ve set aside my shame at not having posted here for such a long time in response to the overwhelming demands from fellow facebookers in need of the recipe.

Massive thanks to Mr L for the facebook images – good thing we got you that new camera… It surely wouldn’t have looked so tantalising if the photos were taken using a far less expensive camera 😉 xxx

Enjoy! And let me know if you make the tart, and what you serve it with. It is supreme!!

Click here to view the recipe on the Gourmet Traveller website. (Recipe courtesy of Gourmet Traveller, my Fabulous Father in Law, and Magical and Mysterious Mother in Law)

The final product.  So alluring!

The final product. So alluring!

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  • 1. Daughter of Lady Flaxalot  |  July 28, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    Love a good tart!! Thanks for sharing myfavouritefruits lady!! Not sure if I am ready to try to replicate for fear of distorting the memory of the perfect tart!!

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