As far as Alsatian cuisine goes, tarte flambée is one of the most iconic. That’s why we’ve added it to our list of party food that should always be enjoyed with a cold pint of Kronenbourg 1664.
This distant relative of pizza has a bread dough base and a top layer comprised of crème fraîche, onions and lardons. It’s a delicious dish that’s made for sharing and is the perfect companion to Kronenbourg 1664.
This tarte flambée recipe is certain to be a crowd pleaser and to be enjoyed with friends and family. Take a look at our ingredients and follow the simple steps below to learn how to make this party favourite. Bon appétit!
IngredientsNumber of servings – 1 tarte
- • 225g flour
- • 2 tbsp oil
- • 2 onions
- • 120g bacon lardons
- • 2 tbsp butter
- • 210g crème fraîche
- • 100ml water
- Start by mixing your flour and two tablespoons of salt into a bowl to make your dough.
- Gradually pour 100ml of warm water over the mix before letting the dough rest for an hour.
- Next, fry your bacon lardons in a pan until crispy.
- Sauté your onions in two tablespoons of butter once you have sliced them into rings. Five minutes usually does the trick.
- The next step is to roll out your pastry as thin as possible in a rectangle shape.
- Then spread your crème fraîche mixture across your dough.
- Sprinkle your onions and bacon over the mix and bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes.
- Once baked, take the tray out of the oven and slice into pieces*.
- Finally, sit down with a Kronenbourg 1664, and watch as your guests enjoy your tarte flambée, guaranteed to be A Taste Suprême!
Tips: Why not try replacing your bacon lardons with thinly sliced pepperoni to create a slightly different taste?
*This recipe can be served as one pizza or cut into as many slices to share as preferred
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