Blueberry Tart for Saint Issac Jogues

Today is the feast day of St Isaac Jogues. I made a French Blueberry Tart in honor of his French heritage.

St. Isaac Jogues was a Jesuit priest, and one of the North American Martyrs. He traveled from France to America and was captured by the Iroquois Indians. They tortured and killed most of the companions he traveled with. He was killed with a tomahawk in 1646 and was canonized in 1930.

I decided to make a Blueberry Tart in honor of him.
 

Blueberry Tart

Ingredients:

1 puff pastry sheet thawed

1 lb frozen blueberries thawed

1/2 cup sugar

3 tablespoons cornstarch

Directions:

Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.

In a large baking sheet roll out the puff pastry and lightly flour the top.

In a medium bowl combine blueberries sugar and cornstarch.

Spoon blueberry mixture in to the middle of the puff pastry.

Fold up the sides of of the puffed pastry and bake 30-35 minutes.

The crust should be golden brown and the blueberries bubbling.

Peace be with you,
Veronica