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Sauerkraut pie
3.5
3 Reviews.
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This is a homemade pie with sauerkraut which is delicious and will impress your dinner guests. The pie resemble a quiche but is made with an traditional pie bottom instead of a puff pastry dough. Making a pie with your fermented cabbage is a good way of using leftover sauerkraut you have at home. It is typical to serve a lettuce salad on the side which fits very good with the flavor of the sauerkraut.
Country of origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation time: 00:30
Cooking time: 00:40
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This is a homemade pie with sauerkraut which is delicious and will impress your dinner guests. The pie resemble a quiche but is made with an traditional pie bottom instead of a puff pastry dough. Making a pie with your fermented cabbage is a good way of using leftover sauerkraut you have at home. It is typical to serve a lettuce salad on the side which fits very good with the flavor of the sauerkraut.
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4.2
3 Reviews.
If you have the urge for a pizza but no yeast at home you can try out this ”dinner saving” version with tortilla bread as a bottom. It is super easy and quick to prepare. To make it simple just take the ingredients you have at home for this fun and different kind of pizza.
Origin: United States
4.2
3 Reviews.
If you have the urge for a pizza but no yeast at home you can try out this ”dinner saving” version with tortilla bread as a bottom. It is super easy and quick to prepare. To make it simple just take the ingredients you have at home for this fun and different kind of pizza.
Origin: United States
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:10
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5
1 Review.
This is a gluten free version of the traditional Alsatian tarte flambée. The taste is a little bit different, but the topping is the same. The bottom is thicker than the original ones do to the gluten free flour, which makes is less stretchy and harder to roll out. With this recipe you can serve all your friends including the ones with gluten intolerance a tasteful tarte flambée.
Origin: France
5
1 Review.
This is a gluten free version of the traditional Alsatian tarte flambée. The taste is a little bit different, but the topping is the same. The bottom is thicker than the original ones do to the gluten free flour, which makes is less stretchy and harder to roll out. With this recipe you can serve all your friends including the ones with gluten intolerance a tasteful tarte flambée.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:20
This is a home made pizza bottom that is easy to do and while the doug is growing, you prepare the ingredients. You do not need to cook the chicken before. The hallomi cheese give the pizza a bit salty taste. To not get it to salty it is best to have the cashew nuts unsalted and unroasted.
Origin: Italy
4.5
2 Reviews.
This is a home made pizza bottom that is easy to do and while the doug is growing, you prepare the ingredients. You do not need to cook the chicken before. The hallomi cheese give the pizza a bit salty taste. To not get it to salty it is best to have the cashew nuts unsalted and unroasted.
Origin: Italy
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:20
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0
0 Review.
This is a traditional quiche from the region Lorraine in France. It is made of a pastry crust filled with smoked bacon,eggs and heavy cream. The quiche is a popular dish to make, mostly because you can use all different leftovers you'll find at home.
Origin: France
0
0 Review.
This is a traditional quiche from the region Lorraine in France. It is made of a pastry crust filled with smoked bacon,eggs and heavy cream. The quiche is a popular dish to make, mostly because you can use all different leftovers you'll find at home.
Origin: France - Region: Lorraine.
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:50
This is a homemade Alsatian tarte flambée made in an wood-fire oven according to ancient traditions. A tarte flambée was made from the the bread dough leftovers by farmers wives. The farmers had the tarte flanbée for lunch the day after out in the fields. It is tradition to eat it with the hands folded together, and of course tastes delicious !!
Origin: France
4.7
3 Reviews.
This is a homemade Alsatian tarte flambée made in an wood-fire oven according to ancient traditions. A tarte flambée was made from the the bread dough leftovers by farmers wives. The farmers had the tarte flanbée for lunch the day after out in the fields. It is tradition to eat it with the hands folded together, and of course tastes delicious !!
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:30 - Cooking : 00:10
Try out this tortilla pizza when the kids are asking for pizza and you don’t have time to make your own dough. Takes only a few minutes to prepare and you can use what you have at home as topping. Here is a suggestion with halloumi cheese and salami. You can make a pizza evening whenever you’re up for it thanks to this brilliant quick fix.
Origin: Sweden
4.5
1 Review.
Try out this tortilla pizza when the kids are asking for pizza and you don’t have time to make your own dough. Takes only a few minutes to prepare and you can use what you have at home as topping. Here is a suggestion with halloumi cheese and salami. You can make a pizza evening whenever you’re up for it thanks to this brilliant quick fix.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:15
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4.5
1 Review.
A typical italian pizza with serrano ham and olives. To enhence the flavor even more it is good to add some arugula on the pizza after you take it out from the oven.
Origin: Italy
4.5
1 Review.
A typical italian pizza with serrano ham and olives. To enhence the flavor even more it is good to add some arugula on the pizza after you take it out from the oven.
Origin: Italy
Preparation : 00:45 - Cooking : 00:20
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3.3
3 Reviews.
A classic tartiflette gratin is made with potatoes and bacon. This recipe is using the tartiflette cheese in a pie made of puff pastry rolls instead, and it is both fun and easy to prepare. If you don’t find any tartiflette cheese you can use any cheese that melts well. Can be served as a starter, appetizer or part as a buffet.
Origin: France
3.3
3 Reviews.
A classic tartiflette gratin is made with potatoes and bacon. This recipe is using the tartiflette cheese in a pie made of puff pastry rolls instead, and it is both fun and easy to prepare. If you don’t find any tartiflette cheese you can use any cheese that melts well. Can be served as a starter, appetizer or part as a buffet.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:30
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4.7
3 Reviews.
This is a home made pie wich is both lactose and gluten free so it fits most of your guests. This Mexican inspired pie has an extra strong touch thanks to pepperoni. This dish also taste good the day after as leftovers together with some salad.
Origin: Norway
4.7
3 Reviews.
This is a home made pie wich is both lactose and gluten free so it fits most of your guests. This Mexican inspired pie has an extra strong touch thanks to pepperoni. This dish also taste good the day after as leftovers together with some salad.
Origin: Norway
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:40
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5
2 Reviews.
This is a traditional French Alsacienne tarte flambée (flammekueche). There is 2 other ways of topping as well, if you add some mushrooms it is called forestière, and with some grated cheese it is called gratinée. The bacon or fine pork should be with not much fat if possible, and cut in thin slices.
Origin: France
5
2 Reviews.
This is a traditional French Alsacienne tarte flambée (flammekueche). There is 2 other ways of topping as well, if you add some mushrooms it is called forestière, and with some grated cheese it is called gratinée. The bacon or fine pork should be with not much fat if possible, and cut in thin slices.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 00:30 - Cooking : 00:20
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