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       Title:  Yin-Yang Raspberry and Mandarin Orange Tart
  Categories: Desserts, Chinese, Masterchefs, Frisco, Cm
       Yield: 12 servings
  
       1 x  Pie shell, 9", partially            
            -- baked                          
     1/4 ts Orange flower water
       2 ts Liqueur, orange, Mandarin
     1/3 c  Sugar                               
       1 pt Raspberries
       4 tb Butter, sweet, cubed            
   1 1/2 c  Orange, Mandarin, sections
       4 oz Almond paste                      
     1/2 c  Jam, passion fruit, melted
       2 lg Eggs                           
  
      Cream the sugar, butter and almond paste in a food processor.
   
      Add 1 egg, process to combine, then add the second egg and process
   until smooth.
   
      Add the Mandarin orange liqueur and flower water, then process to
   blend.
   
      Pour the mixture into the partially baked shell.  Bake 25 - 30
   minutes in the center of a preheated 350 F oven until the top is evenly
   browned and puffed.
   
      Remove the tart to a rack to cool.
   
      Arrange the raspberries and mandarin orange segments in a yin-yang
   pattern on top of the cooled filling.
   
      Brush the warm glaze (passion fruit jam, melted) thinly but evenly
   on top of the fruit and along the edge of the tart shell.
   
      Remove the rim of the tart pan before serving by centering the tart
   on your hand or a can.
   
        Source: Great Chefs of San Francisco, Avon Books, 1984
        Chef:   Barbara Tropp, China Moon, San Francisco, CA
  
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