Basic Whole Wheat Savory Tart Dough Recipe

Today I bring you this basic whole wheat savory tart dough recipe! And you can prepare your favorite recipe in its whole grain version! Prepare your savory tarts in a simple way, with few ingredients and with all the benefits that the 100% whole wheat food provides! Undoubtedly, it’s the best recipe for all!

Pasqualine or whole wheat tart dough was a very requested recipe and was pending to do because no recipe convinced me. And after trying several combinations, I stayed with this one. Which is a very pleasant dough to consume, far from being heavy or compact. Also looks great on all kinds of savory whole wheat tarts recipes.

What’s more, if you do it as explained in the instructions, it results in a dough that tends to flake. Similar in texture to short pastry dough but with the benefit of not using butter for its preparation, which makes it much lighter and fewer calories. Although this will change depending on the ingredients with which it is filled as well.

Let’s talk a bit about the recipe:

This basic whole wheat savory tart dough recipe is the simplest and easiest recipe of all. Because it is a recipe that does not have great complications in terms of its preparation and has more than one advantage. On the one hand, there is its simplicity, since a dough that is not kneaded. And on the other hand it is about the ingredients to use, which are few, frequently used and easy to find.

About the ingredients:

At Integralisimo, the whole wheat flour used is 100% whole grain, organic fine grind (I don’t use mixes unless I mention it). In general, depending on its brand, it can absorb more or less amount of liquid. So I recommend incorporating them gradually. Keep in mind that the lower the volume is, smaller final product you will get.

The type of fat used in this opportunity is sunflower oil. But it can be replaced by margarine, butter, olive oil, coconut oil, etc. As a result, depending on which fat is used, its texture can be modified. Therefore, always take into account the type of ingredient that is used to make a recipe on time.

About the dough:

In this opportunity, a dough without elasticity is prepared. Therefore, it is not kneaded so that the gluten does not develop, and a chewy dough is not obtained. It is enough just to combine the ingredients, without the need to be completely homogeneous. When using butter or margarine, it is integrated cold and in small pieces, forming a grit with the hands or food processor.

The proportions of this recipe are sufficient to prepare an open whole wheat tart using a high mold of 26-28 centimeters / 10.23 – 11.02 inches in diameter. Although it is also possible to use smaller, higher or lower tart molds. To make a closed savory tart, duplicate the ingredients of the recipe or adapt to a smaller mold.

About cooking:

It is advisable to bake whole wheat tarts at a suitable temperature, thus avoiding burning the base of the whole wheat dough and acquiring a bitter taste as a consequence. Generally, a medium low temperature is used, around 180 degrees / 356 Fahrenheit for about 30-40 minutes.

However, whenever the mold size is changed in a recipe, the baking times must be changed as well. Because this can take more or less baking time according to size, height and amount of filling used. Similarly, baking can be affected depending on the oven and type of heat used for it.

Basic Whole Wheat Tart Dough With Sunflower Oil Recipe

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