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Marmalade Tart

Pastries - Sweet Open Pies

Mix of butter, sugar, breadcrumbs, eggs and marmalade, in an open case, baked (British Food Trust, etc)

Known at least since 1872 when Marmalade Tart it is mentioned in Wilkie Collins' novel 'Poor Miss Finch'

Throughout the late 19th Century the Liverpool marmalade-makers William Hartley & Sons Limited repeatedly advertised in newspapers by simply inserting little receipts in the small-ads columns, such as...


Original Receipt from advertisement in 'Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser' - Monday 08 January 1883

Marmalade Tart.- Two tablespoonfuls of Hartley's Marmalade, 2 eggs, 2 oz butter, all beaten together; make the tart open and pour the contents in. Bake in a sharp oven. Or it may be made similarly to an open jam tart, putting the Marmalade on cold, after . the pastry is baked. HARTLEY'S MARMALADE IS GUARANTEED PURE





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