Today was the second challenge for the Tuesdays With Dorie. I made the chocolate dough in my 4 cup food processor which was working at full capacity but it gave the dough a lovely texture. The dough was difficult to work with as it was quite crumbly around the edges. In my younger days, I would not have had the patience to work with this dough. Lots of patching. I used a rectangular tart pan rather than the small tart pans as I thought that size would be too large for this rich dessert. The filling was easy to assemble. I used Callebaut milk and white chocolate plus purchased the ladyfingers. I had a small slice with a cup of tea for my dessert. It looked beautiful however I think a garnish was necessary. Perhaps a flavoured whip cream or a fruit coulis of some sort. I found the creaminess of the chocolate bits inside to be distracting. My filling may have been undercooked. There was a slight “egginess” to it, I felt. I cooked it for the full time and it was set when I tested it but I think next time I would increase the cooking time slightly. What I loved about today’s challenge was that I used a food processor for the pastry. Previously I would have made it by hand but I really liked the texture of the dough. I think I will invest in a larger food processor.