Upside-Down Apricot Tart

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Appears in
Sweet Dreams

By Josceline Dimbleby

Published 1985

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It is surprising that something so easy to make could be as special as this rich, glossy tart made with dried apricots. The tart is cooked upside down, which makes the biscuit-crust pastry extra crisp, while the apricots have a wonderfully intense flavour, cooked in a mixture of butter and sugar. It is a dream when served warm with whipped cream, but if there is any left over, which is unlikely, it is also excellent cold.