John Peel Tart
Filling of currants and almonds in butter and sugar.
John Peel of Caldbeck
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JOHN PEEL TART
8oz short-crust pastry
4oz golden syrup
1dspn lemon juice
1oz chopped peel
1/2 tsp mixed spice
1oz ground almonds
METHOD: Melt the golden syrup and the butter, together with the currants, lemon juice, chopped peel, mixed spice and ground almonds. Mix all together over the heat, then take off heat and leave to cool. Line a greased 7-in fireproof plate with half the rolled out pastry. Fill with the fruit mixture. Cover with the remaining pastry, sealing the edges well and bake for around 40 minutes in a fairly hot oven, until golden brown. Serve hot or cold.
The name is possibly from the famous huntsman John Peel of Caldbeck in Cumberland (1776-1854), immortalised in the song:
D'ye ken John Peel with his coat so gay [or gray]?
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