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This easy-to-make tomato tart is a fun way of getting kids aged 8-14 involved in the kitchen
Ask a grown-up
helper to turn
the oven on to
200C/180C fan/gas 6.
Mix the soft cheese
the mustard in
a small bowl.
into thick slices.
Roll the pastry
into a rectangle
on a floured surface
– don’t worry if the
edges are uneven.
Lift the pastry onto
a baking sheet
Now trim off any
bits. Mark a border
the thickness of
two fingers around
inside the border,
then arrange the
on top. Decorate
or olives (if using).
all over. Ask a
grown-up to put
the tart in the oven
for 30 mins or until
the pastry is golden
and the tomatoes
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