Tartiflette is a French Alpine dish that’s made from potatoes, onions, lardons, cream, dry white wine and an entire block of Rebluchon cheese. This is the cheaper version.
My version has a pack of lardons, one medium onion that I peeled and finely sliced.
I part boiled the potatoes and fried the lardons and bacon together.
Then I made a cheese sauce. I used 100g of mature cheddar. If you have no scales that’s a piece of cheddar the size of box of oxo cubes.
I then added 2 level tablespoons of corn flour to a jug that would go in the microwave. If you don’t have any tablespoon to measure, then a heaped dessert spoon will suffice.
Combine the flour and cheese and add a mug of milk. It only needs to be a rough measurement and blend it altogether.
Pop the jug in the microwave for two minutes, take it out and stir thoroughly. Stick it back in the microwave for another two minutes.
In the proper Tartiflette recipe there’s layering and shizzle, mine? Just add the potatoes, onions and lardons to a roasting dish or baking tin and mix them together.
No layering needed. You’re going to eat it not enter in a pageant.
Next, cover in the cheese sauce and bake at 180 for twenty minutes.
Serve with salad or some cooked veggies.
Cheap Tartiflette……a go to standard for us.
Ever tried the real version? Or made the cheap version?
Love Froogs xxx