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RECIPE: Dried Fruit Tart For Rosh Hashanah Or Anytime

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Dried fruit tart with Star Of David lattice. Photo © Martha Stewart Media.
 

What we love about this tart is that for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, the lattice crust is woven strips of pâte brisée in a Star of David pattern.

If the pattern looks familiar to non-Jews, it’s because it’s the weave used in classic chair caning.

Even if you don’t celebrate the Jewish New Year, make this lattice-topped tart. Per the recipe on MarthaStewart.com, “The star pattern is easier to make than you might guess.”

The filling in the tart is made from dried fruits—apricots, cranberries and prunes—that are poached in a spiced vanilla-cognac syrup.

Here’s the recipe on MarthaStewart.com.

You can use the same lattice on any pie or tart.
 
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