Caramel Maple Tart Help

Joined Feb 4, 2011
So I found this recipe online @ and modified the filling for a tart:

Caramel Maple Tart

• 1 cup light brown sugar

• 3 eggs yolks, large

• 5 tablespoons ap flour

• 1 cups milk

• 1/2 cup cream

• 2 tablespoons butter

• 1 teaspoon vanilla

• 1 teaspoon real maple syrup

Now I made a test sample last night and it held together well but I could still taste the flour.  What can I do to eliminate the taste?  Can I reduce or replace the flour all together?
Joined May 5, 2010
I don't understand the reason for the flour in the first place.

The recipe seems odd that way.

1 teaspoon of real maple syrup will have no effect on the flavor at all.

The recipe is reminiscent of a pecan pie using the egg yolks for thickening.

The fact that the filling still tastes like flour is because it was not cooked long enough.

5 egg yolks and no flour would work with that amount of liquid.
Joined Apr 3, 2010
Add  1- t  Maple Xtract not maple syrup and then as Chef Ross says increase eggs to 3 eggs and 2 yolks.and it is basicly a pecan pie recipe. Delete flour altogether . When you serve pie drizzle with maple syrup if you like., or decorate plate with it. The recipe you have probably is not in oven long enough to cook flour.
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Joined Feb 4, 2011
Ok, so get rid of the flour and add another egg yolk, got it.  Can I eliminate the Vanilla and add the Maple instead?

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