Nastar is a classic Eid cake that many people like. This one is a soft and melt-resistant nastar that can be an option for guest treats.
Nastar known as ‘ananas taartjes’ or ‘pineapple taart’, because this pastry adapted from the Netherlands is a mini pie. Therefore the dough does not need to be shaken or stirred vigorously.
This cake has a sweet and crunchy outside with a sweet and sour jam filling. The variations in the shape and mix of the dough are very diverse. There are rolled, shaped baskets, leaves, pineapple or diamond.
If you want to make Nastar classic with a round shape, you can see the recipe below. Pay attention to the tips for making pineapple jam and the roasting process.
Melt and Soft Nastar Recipe
|Total Serving Time :||90||Minute|
|Preparation Duration :||30||Minute|
|Total Duration :||90||Minute|
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Nastar recipe, pineapple jam Photo: special
Tips for making nastar:
1. Pineapple jam can be made the day before. If you don’t have time to make your own, you can order or buy pineapple jam at an online store. Choose one that is not too hard or uses a lot of sugar.
2. Spread Nastar can be purchased in the form of finished, egg yolk spread specifically for pastries. Available at pastry grocery stores.
3. The shape and size of the nastar can be adjusted according to taste.
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