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Great British Chefs Academy: mastering tarts – lesson two

Great British Chefs Academy: mastering tarts – lesson two

by Great British Chefs 29 March 2018

The second lesson in out tarts Academy course covers that most decadent of desserts, the crème brûlée. See it being made in our video then give it a go at home.

Great British Chefs Academy: mastering tarts

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Crème brûlée is one of those classic desserts that will never go out of fashion, but have you ever had it encased in crisp pastry? Watch Graham prepare his tart from start to finish and share some industry secrets on how you can achieve that restaurant-quality finish.

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Watch the video

Watching a master chef at work is a rare opportunity to pick up some priceless tips, and here Graham Hornigold shows you how to make a tart worthy of an award.

Get the recipe

This recipe for a crème brûlée tart is bolstered with a gentle touch of spice, creating a pudding that would end any dinner party in style.

Next lesson

Brûleée mastered? Great – click here to move on to our third and final lesson, which will show you how to create a showstopping clementine curd tart.

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