I've been ordered to type out my chocolate tart recipe by my sister so she can give it to her friend. So I thought I'd post it here to. It was typed out in Word so excuse any ?'s that may pop up. Chocolate Tart Ingredients 9oz sweet short crust pastry 6oz plain chocolate 4oz butter 50g caster sugar 3 eggs 8tbsp condensed milk 4tbsp cocoa powder ¼ pint of boiling water 9” tin Method Roll pastry and line tin Prick pastry and chill for 20mins Blind bake using dried beans for 10mins gas mark 6 Remove beans and bake for 10mins Reduce to gas mark 2 Melt plain chocolate and butter Blend together water and cocoa powder Whisk eggs and sugar together then whisk in cocoa mixture Stir in melted chocolate and condensed milk Pour into pastry and bake for 15mins until set Allow to cool and chill before serving Note The above is a quick copy of a recipe from Teletext. In our oven it takes a lot longer than 15mins to cook. Sometimes up to an hour. You’ll know when it is ready to come out of the oven when it has lost its wobble. It shouldn’t move when you shake the tin it is in. It will rise slightly when cooking but fall back down as it cools. Instead of the short crust base you can use digestives. Just like for a cheese cake. Recipe for pastry and digestive base below. Rich Short Crust Pastry Ingredients 225g / 8oz plain flour 125g / 4oz unsalted butter salt 5ml / 1tsp sugar 1 egg, beaten cold water Method Sift the flour and salt into a mixing bowl. Rub in the butter until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs. Stir in the sugar. Add the egg with a spoonful of cold water and mix to a dough. Add more water if the dough is too dry. Chill for 30 minutes before using. Digestive Base Ingredients 225g / 8oz wheatmeal or digestive biscuits 25g / 1oz caster sugar 100-125g / 4oz butter, melted Method Smash up the biscuits. Add the sugar and butter and give it a good mix. Pack into the bottom of a tin as hard as you can. If you’re going to use digestives I’d leave out the sugar as they already contain enough. If you use a digestive base for the tart, don’t worry about it going soggy and mixing with the chocolate when it is all in the oven. It won’t happen if you pack the base tightly enough.