Mango Wreath Tart
Important note 1: Physalis and kamquat are not available now. We will replace with other fruits which are available. Of course, mango is mandatory and it’s available!
Important note 2: Mangoes oxidise just like apples. Once they have been cut, oxygen in the air interacts with the fruit and causes their colour to change. It isn't bad for you, but it looks unappetising. We suggest that you eat it as soon as you receive it.
A fruit tart with nutty almond Frangipane filling, decorated with fresh fruits to resemble a flower wreath. Made freshly on the day it’s delivered, this tart can be eaten cold for afternoon tea or warm as a dessert. It is also a perfect birthday "cake" for people who like something out of an ordinary cake.
Frangipane: Also know as frangipani in Italian and crème frangipane in French, is as rich and velvety as it sounds. It is an almond pastry cream that is used as a filling in tarts, cakes and assorted pastries. It is comprised of creamed butter and sugar, with eggs and finely ground almonds added in.