Recipe Tarte flambée with chanterelles and mushrooms
Tarte flambée with chanterelles and mushrooms
Ingredients for one tarte flambée:
- 1 Tarte flambée base
- Approx 100g tarte flambée crème
- 1 red onion cut into fine rings
- 50g bacon cut into sticks
- 200g fresh chanterelles
- 200g fresh mushrooms
- Fresh parsley coarsely chopped to taste, please garnish after baking
Take a Flammkuchen base and spread it generously with about 100g of the Flammkuchen Crème or Crème fraîche flavored with our Flammkuchen seasoning Maître Flambée Café de Strasbourg. Leave a margin of about 1 cm. Now spread the mushrooms, bacon and onion rings on the tarte flambée. Bake the tarte flambée until lightly browned. Fresh from the oven, garnish the tarte flambée with fresh parsley. Traditionally, tarte flambée is served cut into pieces on a wooden board.
Information about chanterelles and mushrooms
Chanterelles and mushrooms are both popular mushroom varieties that are also popular as a tarte flambée ingredient:
- Chanterelles are small, yellow-orange mushrooms with an intense, nutty aroma.
- They are native to Europe and North America and grow mostly in deciduous forests.
- Chanterelles contain many important nutrients such as vitamins, minerals and fiber.
- They are often fried or used in various sauces and soups.
- Chanterelles have a characteristic, intense flavor that combines well with other savory ingredients such as onions, garlic or bacon.
- Mushrooms, also known as white fungi, are the most widely distributed and consumed mushrooms in the world.
- They have a white, cone-shaped cap and a mild, slightly nutty flavor.
- Mushrooms are mostly grown in special mushroom farms.
- They are rich in vitamins, minerals and fiber and contain little fat and calories.
- Mushrooms can be used raw in salads, grilled, fried, boiled or in sauces.
Both types of mushrooms are delicious, versatile and a great way to add flavor nuances to dishes. Especially on the tarte flambée it unfolds its properties. In Alsace, this variation of tarte flambée is usually called "Forestiere".
„Maître Flambée“ wishes Bon Appetit