Ecclefechan Tart ~ Quite simply a rich, dried fruit filled, sweet tart from its namesake, the village of Ecclefechan in the Dumfries and Galloway region of southern Scotland. The tart is also known as Border Tart, which is lovely but not as endearing as Ecclefechan.

Ecclefechan Tart - Ecclefechan in the Dumfries and Galloway region of southern Scotland

You thought I was done with the Scottish food? Guess again! It’s the Ecclefechan Butter Tart! This is similar to one of the first sweet tarts I ever learned to make, called “Border Tart…

Scottish food: the famous Ecclefechan Butter Tart

You thought I was done with the Scottish food? Guess again! It’s the Ecclefechan Butter Tart! This is similar to one of the first sweet tarts I ever learned to make, called “Border Tart…

Hailing the Scottish Borders, the wonderful Ecclefechan tart comprises fruit, nuts, whisky and lemon. The crust is crumbly while the filling is sweet, rich and very satisfying.

This sounds fun ecclefechan Hailing the Scottish Borders, the wonderful Ecclefechan tart comprises fruit, nuts, whisky and lemon. The crust is crumbly while the filling is sweet, rich and very satisfying.

This Ecclefechan Tarts Recipe is named after the village of Ecclefechan in Dumfries and Galloway and has a treacly filling of dried fruit and cherries.

Ecclefechan tarts

These pastry tarts are named after the village of Ecclefechan in Dumfries and Galloway and have a treacly filling of dark muscovado sugar, dried fruit and cherries.

Ecclefechan - a lovely alternative to mince pies x

Pastry plain flour butter, cold diced caster sugar Zest of 1 orange 1 egg, large A little water to combine Filling 2 eggs, large sultanas raisins cherries, whole flaked almonds 2 tbsps treacle dark.

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Ecclefechan Tart - named for a small Scottish border town. Pastry, treacly dried fruit, and nuts all combine to create something that makes mince pies look measly.

Ecclefechan Tarts

Ecclefechan Tarts

Ecclefechan Tart - I hope this is as good as what I had in Scotland!

Ecclefechan Tart

Ecclefechan Tart reminiscent of pecan pie but is spiced with cinnamon and lemon peel and studded with raisins, is a specialty of the Borders, a southeast region that stretches from the English border to just south of Edinburgh.

Domestic Sluttery: Gluten Free: Ecclefechan Tart

Domestic Sluttery: Gluten Free: Ecclefechan Tart

How to make Ecclefechan tart

How to make Ecclefechan tart

This style of tart, which has a texture reminiscent of pecan pie but is spiced with cinnamon and lemon peel and studded with raisins, is a specialty of the Borders, a southeast region that stretches from the English border to just south of Edinburgh. Many variations exist, some of them simply called "Border Tart." This one has as its namesake the village of Ecclefechan. Serve the tart at room temperature for afternoon tea or barely warm with a dollop of whipped cream and a scattering of…

Ecclefechan Tart

I believe this to be the mother recipe for Canadian Butter Tarts. The recipe is almost identical to older Butter Tart recipes except Ecclefechan uses lemon also

Named after the town of Ecclefechan in the Scottish Borders, this all butter pastry tart is filled with cherries, almonds, dried fruit.  Traditional Scottish recipe.

Scottish food: the famous Ecclefechan Butter Tart

Traditional Scottish tart which makes a lovely alternative to mince pies.

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