Fig and Frangipane Tart

My mom got a huge box of fresh figs from Pune when she came down to not really a big fan of figs but she I thought I will tart to make a tart for her…I had some dough left from the chocolate tart..

I came across many recipes online with frangipane…I had really no clue what is was and how it will come out but I decided to give it a go..Don’t go by the name really it’s just a paste of almonds in butter,egg and sugar..

Just a layer of this below the figs does wonders to the recipe. I doubt frangipane would really go this well with anything other than figs..The earthiness of the figs and the sweetness of almonds just make it devour-able(if that’s even a word!!)

What I finally took out of the oven after baking was amazingly delicious and fig-frangipane make an amazing combination. I think without the other they are pretty ok to taste..But together they form a brilliant dish!!

You can find the pastry recipe from chocolate tart post



1/4 cup of almonds

1/4 cup of sugar

1/2 egg

1/4 cup butter


  1. In a food processor-grind the almonds and sugar together.
  2. Add the melted butter and egg and whisk.that’s your frangipane.:D
  3. Make half the dough featured in the recipe in chocolate tart post
  4. Using a rolling pin roll the dough into a thin disc.
  5. Spread the frangipane on disc.
  6. Slice the figs and arrange it on top of the frangipane leaving 1 inch space at the outer edges.
  7. pinch the dough together from the sides and gather it around the figs like shown in the pic.
  8. Bake at 180 degrees in a preheated oven for around 20 minutes.
  9. once slightly cooled sprinkle some castor sugar on top.

Njoy warm..:)


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