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Great British Chefs Academy: mastering tarts – lesson three

Great British Chefs Academy: mastering tarts – lesson three

by Great British Chefs 29 March 2018

The third lesson in out tarts Academy course shows you how to make a citrus curd tart complete with piped meringue and caramelised nuts. See how our featured chef prepares it then give it a go at home.

Great British Chefs Academy: mastering tarts

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Fancy pulling out all the stops? This clementine tart tastes as good as it looks, and while it might take a little time to prepare, the results are more than worth it. Watch Graham cover how to make the perfect Italian meringue, how to ensure your curd filling is perfectly set and how a few little presentation tricks can make all the difference.

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See the video

The list of ingredients might be short, but there are a few insider tricks to ensure your tart has the perfect texture and will transform your dessert from good to great. Graham covers all the bases in this informative video.

Get the recipe

Take a look at the full recipe for Graham's knockout tart and wow your guests with your newfound pastry expertise.

More on tarts

Clementine curd mastered? Great – take a look at our frangipane and crème brûlée lessons to add another two tarts to your repertoire.

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