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Lemon & Polenta Tart with Figs

November/December 2012

Your rating: None Average: 3.4 (5 votes)

For this celebratory tart recipe, a smooth, creamy, lemon-scented Greek yogurt filling, adorned with a ring of dried figs, is layered on a bed of honey-sweetened polenta. Real, Italian-style polenta is made from medium- or coarse-ground whole-grain cornmeal. Products labeled polenta, medium-ground cornmeal and corn grits (not instant) can be used interchangeably in this recipe.


Lemon & Polenta Tart with Figs

1 Review for Lemon & Polenta Tart with Figs

12/28/2012
Anonymous
Beautiful presentation and tastes good

My husband and I liked this tart, but I found the figs on the top a little too much. I will thinly slice the figs and lay them on the top when I make it again.

The polenta "crust" has a fabulous flavor on its own. It would serve as a good base for any lemon-flavored topping.

not as complicated as it looks
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