Onion Tarts Easiest Recipe Ever

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Onion Tarts with sweet onions, salty bacon, herbs, and Parmesan cheese atop puffed pastry are a simple and gorgeous appetiser!  


– 4 slices bacon diced ½-inch thick – 1 sweet onion thinly sliced – ¼ teaspoon black pepper – ⅛ teaspoon kosher salt – 1 teaspoon fresh chopped parsley plus more for garnish – ½ teaspoon fresh chopped thyme – 2 sheets puff pastry thawed – 1 large egg – 1 teaspoon water – 2 tablespoons freshly grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese


To begin, cook the bacon in a pan of medium size over medium heat until it reaches a crispy texture. While the bacon fat is still in the pan,  

Step 1

allow the bacon to drain on a paper towel. After adding the onions to the bacon fat, season them with salt and pepper, and cook them over medium-low heat, 

Step 2

tossing them frequently, until they become tender and have a dark brown colour. forty-five to fifty minutes. 

Step 3

Bring the herbs to a boil. Put aside for later. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. A sheet tray should be lined with parchment paper and then left aside.  

Step 4

Put the puff pastry on a surface that has been thoroughly cleaned. Unwrap it and use a cookie cutter measuring between 2 and a half and three inches to cut out circles.  

Step 5

Position them so that they do not touch on the sheet tray that has been prepared. Using a whisk, combine the water and the egg in a small bowl.  

Step 6

Dot the tops of the pastry circles with the butter. Arrange the caramelised onions and bacon in a uniform manner throughout the centre of the dish. 

Step 7

Cheese should be equally placed. Bake for 16–20 minutes until golden brown. Parsley garnish is optional. Serve ASAP.  

Step 8


-Calories: 218kcal -Carbohydrates: 17g -Protein: 4g -Fat: 15g -Saturated Fat: 4g -Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g -Monounsaturated Fat: 8g -Trans Fat: 0.01g -Cholesterol: 15mg -Sodium: 156mg -Potassium: 63mg -Fiber: 1g -Sugar: 1g -Vitamin A: 28IU -Vitamin C: 1mg -Calcium: 18mg -Iron: 1mg

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