The vegan alternative to one of my favourite desserts of all time. Crispy, Tangy, soft and sweet..yum!
Pinch the margarine and the flour together in a mixing bowl until you get a breadcrumb consistency.
Wrap in cling film and rest in the fridge for 20 mins.
Meanwhile set up a tart case (I used a removable one but n a non-removable tart case is fine). Grease it with some of your extra margarine, then coat in a dusting of flour, making sure you shake off the excess.
Dust a flat clean surface with flour and unwrap the pastry. Roll the pastry to about 2-3mm thick (be delicate). Dust the pastry and the rolling pin whenever the pastry starts to stick.
Roll the pastry up on the rolling pin, then drape over the tart case, carefully folding the pastry in the corners making sure the pastry is snug in the case.
Trim and pinch the edges to neaten it up. And pre-heat oven to 160 degrees C (325 degrees F).
Unwrap the pastry, then get a piece of baking paper, scrunch it up and soak it in water. Squeeze out the excess water then put it over the pastry in the case. After that, add your baking beans or your rice to weigh the paper down. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes. Remove the beans and paper then cook for another 25 minutes.