Milk Tart, a South African lip-smacking treat
125 g pure butter
Half cup (125 ml) castor sugar
One Small egg
1 cup of cake flour (250 ml)
1 cup self-raising flour
1 liter milk
1 cup sugar
Combine filling ingredients in a pot and bring to boil.
Put the plate off and close the pot, then allow to cool with the lid closed.
When cool whisk in 9 XL eggs 1 at a time.
Pour mixture through a tea strainer.
Sprinkle fine elachi (Cardamon) over milk tart
Bake for ± one hour on 180C
☆ Roll your biscuit dough between 2 plastic sheets and line out the pyrex dish.
Refrigerate to harden.
Add your milk mixture and bake. Enjoy 🍶🍶🍶
Prepared, tried, and tested Feriel Sonday
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7 thoughts on “Milk Tart”
This is the first time I have come across this. Must be yummy!
Thanks for this, Esme, I don’t have a good milk tart recipe.
This is what we call an egg custard tart in England or we make it just as an egg custard no base …One of my favourites 🙂
Correct, this is a typical SA version, and we also make it crustless. Again many variations on the theme
Love the flavors!
Another typical South African treat. Made my version of it as vegan yesterday.
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