Tart shells are one of the recipes that pops up when I flip through my old, handwritten cookbook. Tart shells were a common dish to serve in company when I was very young and perhaps forgotten a little by many. You can still find tart shells on the shop shelves and they have a long shelf life, so just buy them and fill them with goodies, one day you feel like it.
2 tablespoons of butter
2 ts curry
4 dl milk
2 ss mel
Salt and pepper
Frozen vegetables, such as peas and carrots
Cubed fish pudding
A little herbs for decoration, e.g. chives, dill or parsley
Make a white sauce from butter, curry, flour and milk. Season with salt and pepper. Add frozen vegetables and fish pudding and let everything heat through. Just before serving, add some prawns. If you have fresh, it tastes the best. You can also use frozen, but if necessary, you can use lacquerware.
Heat the tart shells a little in the oven, place them on plates, pour in the sauce with all the goodies and garnish with some greens.
Serve tart shells while they are nice and warm.
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