Monthly Archives: August 2014

Autumn Courgette Tart

Cost: well, hard to say – this recipe was created to make use of the courgettes which are sprouting in the garden on an almost-daily basis, and other than that uses a scoop of flour, some butter/lard, an egg and a handful of cheese, so it would cost a pound or two at most, I think.

Another variation of the vegetable tart I’ve been making in one form or another throughout the year – a springtime version with the season’s new leeks and peas, a summer tart with perfect tomatoes (and another with imperfect tomatoes given a bit of help with other ingredients), and in its latest incarnation, a fresh-but-satisfying filling of courgettes sliced paper thin with flashes of gold from their delicate flowers.

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