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Green Tea Pineapple Tarts 绿茶黄梨塔

by Angie Liew
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Green Tea Pineapple Tarts

Pineapple Tarts With A Twist: Matcha Green Tea Pineapple Tarts

These Green Tea Pineapple Tarts are an enclosed version of the melt-in-the-mouth pineapple tarts. Pineapple tarts are a must have festive cookie in every house during the festive season. For a change from the traditional taste, green tea powder is added into the pastry dough. Thus, giving these delightful little tarts a naturally vibrant green tea colour. The zen taste of green tea also matches so well with the tangy pineapple paste for a smooth, refreshing and light flavour. These pineapple tarts are so wonderful that you’ll be sure to make them again and again!

Green Tea Pineapple Tarts

#matcha – The Ultimate Pineapple Tart Recipe For Matcha Lovers

For those who have a liking for green tea and loves anything with matcha, these Matcha Green Tea Pineapple Tarts may just be the best pineapple tarts for you. These pineapple tarts infused with the earthy aroma of green tea powder are probably the best Asian fusion mix ever. So, when you are in the mood of making pineapple tarts and want to do something different, why not try adding matcha to the recipe. They will certainly taste so much different and better too.

Green Tea Pineapple Tarts

Green Tea Pineapple Tarts

Making Delicious Pineapple Tarts At Home Is Easy

Making these delicious Matcha Pineapple Tarts at home is actually quite easy. This is a simple variation from the traditional Pineapple Tarts, just like the one we made earlier here. For another variation, we have also tried making the Earl Grey Pineapple Tarts using Earl Grey Tea powder, which turned out fabulous too. These tea flavoured pineapple tarts are a huge hit at our gathering with families and friends.

If you’re up to it, do try making these pineapple tarts with freshly made homemade pineapple jam. This really makes a difference in your homemade pineapple tarts and you can use the pineapple jam for other purposes too. Click here to see recipe on how to make Pineapple Jam at home

As always,  ENJOY!

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Matcha Green Tea Pineapple Tarts 绿茶黄梨塔

Recipe by Huang Kitchen, Angie Liew
These Matcha Green Tea Pineapple Tarts are so unbelievably good! Earthy taste of green tea goes so well with tangy pineapple paste - the ultimate asian fusion pineapple tarts recipe. So wonderful you can't get enough!
Prep Time2 hours
Cook Time20 minutes
Total Time2 hours 50 minutes

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Servings: 65 pieces


  • 400 grams all-purpose flour, sifted
  • 50 grams cornflour, sifted
  • 45 grams icing sugar, sifted
  • 40 grams green tea powder, use a good quality green tea powder
  • 350 grams pineapple paste, homemade or store bought
  • 250 grams butter, salted, cut into cubes and chilled
  • 3 egg yolks, large eggs and lightly beaten
  • 3 tbsp water, cold
  • ½ tsp vanilla extract, optional

Egg Wash:

  • 1 egg yolk, lightly beaten
  • 1 tbsp water, cold water


    • Roll pineapple paste into balls.
      To make the pineapple tarts, first roll the pineapple filling/paste into balls, about 5 gram each. This can be done one day before making the tarts.
    • Cut cold butter straight from the refrigerator into cubes and leave to chill in the refrigerator until ready to be used.
    • Rose Pineapple Tarts Recipe - mix
      Add sifted all-purpose flour, cornflour and icing sugar into a large mixing bowl.
    • Add green tea powder into flour.
      Then add in green tea powder and mix well to combine. You can add more if you prefer a stronger flavour.
    • Add in cold butter.
      Next, add in the chilled butter cubes.
    • Cut butter into flour.
      Using a pastry cutter, cut the butter into the flour mixture until it resembles coarse crumbs.
    • Rose Pineapple Tarts Recipe - beat together egg mixture
      Then beat together the egg yolks, cold water and vanilla extract.
    • Add in egg mixture.
      Add the cold egg mixture into the flour mixture.
    • Form into dough.
      Using your fingertips or the tips of a fork, gently gather all the butter crumbs into one large dough ball. Be sure NOT to knead the dough so that the dough remains crumbly.
    • Form into dough and refrigerate.
      Cover with cling wrap and chill in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes. And we're ready to make the pineapple tarts.
    • Form into small balls.
      To make the tarts, first roll the chilled dough into balls, about 10 gram each.
    • Wrap jam balls inside.
      Then flatten and place the pineapple jam ball in the centre of each of the flattened dough.
    • Form into ball again.
      Bring the edges of the dough together and press lightly to seal. Then roll it in between your palms to shape it into a ball.
    • Crimp the surface.
      Using a plastic crimper, crimp the rolled tart. (Watch my video on how to crimp the tarts)
    • Arrange on baking sheet.
      Continue to roll and crimp for the rest of the rolled dough balls. Then arrange the pineapple tarts on a baking tray.
    • Rose Pineapple Tarts Recipe - egg wash
      Meanwhile, in a small bowl, mix the egg yolk and water together for the glaze. Be sure to strain the egg wash through a sifter to remove any parts of the egg that didn't incorporate.
    • Egg wash the pineapple tarts.
      Egg wash the crimped pineapple tarts.
    • Preheat oven.
      Meanwhile preheat oven to 180 degree C (350 degree F),
    • Bake in preheated oven.
      Bake in preheated oven for 20 minutes or until the pineapple tarts are cooked through.
    • Cool baking sheet on rack.
      Once baked, remove the baking sheet to cool on wire rack for about 10 minutes. The pineapple tarts are very soft when hot so let it cool down before transferring them.
    • Cool pineapple tarts completely.
      Then transfer the baked pineapple tarts to cool completely on wire rack before storing in airtight containers.
    • Green Tea Pineapple Tarts
      Dig in and let these scrumptious green tea infused pineapple tarts melt in your mouth. As always, ENJOY!


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Try to use good quality matcha powder as they will give you the best flavour and beautiful green colour.
If you use unsalted butter, do add 1/4 teaspoon salt together with the flour.
Roll the pineapple filling a day before baking so that it will be easier and faster to make the tarts.
The amount of pineapple filling can be adjusted according to own preference.
Be sure to cool the pineapple tarts completely before storing to avoid the tarts from becoming mouldy.
Course: Baking
Cuisine: Baking, Japanese, Malaysian
Keyword: matcha

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