French

Nectarine and almond tart

Inspired by the classic French frangipane tart, the almond-filling of this summery tart pairs deliciously with all sorts of summer stone fruit. Here we used nectarines, but peach, apricot or even plums would also do nicely.

Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 21, 2019

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