Ricotta Cheese Tart (Egg-less, Flour-less)


This week we featured our recipe for making fresh house-made ricotta. Now here is a great recipe for what you can use that ricotta in to make something sweet and special. If you love this recipe, make sure you check out the other recipes from My Yellow Apron.

What I love about this recipe is that it leaves room for variations. You can easily make this gluten free, use different berries, or go wild and use savory ingredients.  I hope you love this new recipe and will let My Yellow Apron know your thoughts in the comments or you can talk about your crazy twists on this recipe here on our blog.

~ Crysta ~


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This Ricotta Cheese Tart has a very very similar taste to Chhena Poda – a desert which is unique to Odisha, India. I was not a very fan of Chhena Poda, while growing up but much later in life, I started to enjoy it. For me, Chhena Poda is a much more healthier version of all types of Cheese Cakes that we make here. Chhena Poda has no glutton in it and its nothing but Chhena or Homemade Cottage Cheese.., mixed together with sugar, cardamom powder and baked until the top caramelizes into a beautiful brown color. Some prefer the top to be a little crusty.

This Ricotta Cheese Tart is very similar to Chhena Poda. Its a delicious dessert. There is no eggs, no flour and no base crust to it. Its just pure cheese mixed with sugar and baked for 50 to 60 minutes. Thats it. Such…

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