Tartiflette USA style

La tartiflette is one of my favorite dishes from France. Any potato lover should try this delicious recipe and even if it’s nearly impossible to find Reblochon cheese on the USA (don’t worry I’ll give you a couple of places where you can find it) you can still enjoy it with other type of cheese, which can be great if you prefer a softer taste.

You will need. (Serves 2)

  • 4 big potatoes
  • 1 big onion
  • 6 strips of bacon
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 cup of cooking cream
  • 7 ounces of either Camembert or Brie cheese

Camembert is a bit stronger than brie, choose this second one for a soft end in taste. You can find the authentic reblochon cheese for this recipe on igourmet.com or Marky’s store Miami, New York or deliver.

Once you have bought your ingredients and decided which cheese you’re going to use, grab your apron, get your spoons, and let’s cook.

Clean your potatoes and cut them on cubes. Put them on water and cook them for 6-8 minutes.

Cut the onions in small pieces, and the bacon. On a big pan, put the bacon and start cooking it, half way through add the onion. Continue cooking. Remove the potatoes from the water and add them to the mix of bacon and onion. Keep moving from time to time, once the potatoes are getting colored add the cream. Cook for 5 more minutes.

And the mix to a backing pan, cut the cheese in pieces and put it on top. Place your oven to 400 degrees and cook for 30 minutes or until cheese is well melted and brown.

Serve with a green salad, and pour a glass of Chardonnay, you deserve it!

Don’t forget to make a nice Dijon dressing for your salad, and follow us on Instagram to get the most beautiful kitchen accessories and essentials ever @42fdistribution.

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