Cherry Tomato Onion Tart with Parmesan Crust

Cherry Tomato Onion Tart with Parmesan Crust

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Oh how pretty and delicious! We are still a few months away from having fresh tomatoes from the garden, and your photos are making me crave them.

Andrea — Tuesday 21st April 2009 9:28 am

Those looks absolutely amazing. Great photos too.

Simone (junglefrog) — Tuesday 21st April 2009 9:32 am

Bron,the tart looks absolutely gorgeous :-)

sunita — Tuesday 21st April 2009 10:00 am

LOVE that crust and the tomatoes but the crust looks like it would invite any number of savories!!

MyKitchenInHalfCups — Tuesday 21st April 2009 10:55 am

Oooooh, I started salivating on facebook already for this and it is already waaaay past midnight here...I have to go to bed hungry now......this looks just too fantastic Bron, the colors are amazing.Crust sounds delightful. Thanx so much for this one...hugs xxx

Colleen — Tuesday 21st April 2009 11:41 am

These are but the most gorgeous tarts ever! Makes me long for a garden...

joey — Tuesday 21st April 2009 3:02 pm

this looks incredibly tempting! i will definitely make this, despite the fact that we don't have seasonal tomatoes. but i think baked tomatoes are really forgiving... they acquire that extra juiciness and sweetness they can't pull off raw!

johanna — Tuesday 21st April 2009 9:17 pm

wow, that is SUCH a pretty tart!!! so beautiful!!

MariannaF — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 1:29 am

The tart looks absolutely delicious. I've been tempted to bake one of these for a while now and definitely have to give it a try. Your pictures are equally beautiful.

jo — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 1:45 am

This is beautiful! It looks like a cherry pie!

maris — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 2:41 am

This just looks so elegant and clean. I know it's fall there, but spring is on it's way here and this seems to me perfectly fitted for a cool spring lunch outdoors. I truly like this recipe, I'm bookmarking it!

Marta — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 4:51 am

Thanks Andrea, I'll not doubt be craving them when you have yours in a few months!

Thank you Simone & Sunita :)

Hi Tanna, the Parmesan sure makes a tasty crust

You're welcome Colleen, thanks so much for your lovely comments

Thank You Joey, wish I could share my garden with you

Hi Johanna, thank you, I totally agree a little heat really brings out the juice in tomatoes

Thank you for your kind words Marianna and you too Jo

Hello Maris, hehe it sure is a cherry pie

Cool Marta, I really hope you enjoy it.

Thanks HEAPS again everyone! xxx Bron

bron — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 11:28 am

I've bookmarked to save this for tomato season (which for us here in Rhode Island USA is in August). Looks divine.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry) — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 4:43 pm

Oh lucky you ! So many tomatoes...I discovered Super Toms this summer and I like them a lot.
This tart with cherry tomatoes looks divine ! ;)

Vanille — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 6:40 pm

This looks really delicious! I definitely want to give it a try once tomatoes come down in price a bit here.

sara — Wednesday 22nd April 2009 7:56 pm

That looks too wonderful - and what a bumper crop of tomatoes you had! I planted mine earlier this year to avoid the situation we had last year where green tomato chutney was my only option...

Jeanne — Thursday 7th May 2009 2:50 am

I made this today and it was yummy! Despite the fact that I didn't convert the oven temp it still turned out great. After cooking for 40-50 minutes at 200 F the crust was a little soft so I cranked up the heat to 350 for about 15 minutes and even though the tomatoes weren't that wrinkly the crust was cooked.

Megan — Thursday 17th September 2009 3:14 pm

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