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Rice Tarts

by Bryony Harrison (follow)
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Tiny tarts for tiny tummies and little fingers. Rice tarts are easy to make, and are great for cooking (and eating with kids). The trick is to making them tiddly is to roll out the pastry thinly, and to use a cookie cutter that is about the same size as your case tins. Based on the brands I used, each rice tart is about 77 calories each.

Preparation Time: 40 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Makes: 22 servings

150g wholemeal plain flour
75g margarine
3 tbsp water
50g light margarine
25g Truvia sweetener (or caster sugar if you prefer)
100g seedless raisins
100g ground rice
1/2 tsp baking powder
2 eggs

Pre-heat the oven to 180 ༠C/ 160 ༠C fan/350 ༠F/4 Gas.

Rub the flour and ordinary margarine together (I find using a food processor makes the best pastry).

ground rice

Add water to form a dough, then put it in the fridge and leave to chill for at least ten minutes.

Cream the light margarine sweetener/sugar.

Mix in the raisins, then beat in the eggs.

Mix the ground rice and baking powder together, then fold into the mixture.

ground rice

Roll out the pastry and use a cookie cutter to make the pastry cases.

ground rice

line pastry/cup cake tins with the pastry.

Add the filling.

Bake in the oven.

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I have a question about the oven temperatures... in this recipe you stated:
'Oven to 180 ༠C/ 160 ༠C fan/350 ༠F/4 Gas'
How do I convert this to Fahrenheit, please?
It states there 350 F, that's Fahrenheit. :)
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