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tartlet

[ tahrt-lit ]

noun

  1. a small pie.


tartlet

/ ˈtɑːtlɪt /

noun

  1. an individual pastry case with a filling of fruit or other sweet or savoury mixture


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Word History and Origins

Origin of tartlet1

First recorded in 1375–1425, tartlet is from the late Middle English word tartlote. See tart 2, -let
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Example Sentences

A child of four years old who prefers age and experience to a tartlet and some sweets must be an unnatural product.

Mix this well together, and fill the tartlet cases, made from puff paste, and bake them in the oven.

Roll out, cut with cutter and line Criscoed tartlet tins with the rounds.

This paste is used for the bottom layer of pies and to line tartlet tins of various kinds.

Roll out paste, cut into rounds, line some Criscoed tartlet tins with rounds, put in each a tablespoonful of the mixture.

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