17.12.12

How to make... Tartiflette


Since my visit to Le Stübli, Tartiflette has become one of my favourite dishes. Today I will show you how to prepare this hearty perfect-for-winter meal at home.


 Boil one kilo (2.2 lbs) potatoes.


Slice one large onion and fry in butter. 
Meat lovers, at this stage you would also add small pieces of bacon.


Peel the boiled potatoes and slice them into discs. Mix with the onions.


Add one glass of white wine to the pan. Interestingly you won't taste it afterwards. 



 Now cut the cheese in two halves. 



Fill a Pyrex dish with the onions, the potatoes and the cheese halves on top. 



Bake in oven for 30 minutes. 


The Tartiflette cheese will have melted and will be ready.


Serve with salad or any other vegetables. Bon appétit! 

Tartiflette shopping list (serves 4): 
  • 1 Tartiflette cheese ("reblochon")
  • 1 kg (2.2 lbs) potatoes
  • 1 large onion
  • Bacon bits (± half a cup)
  • 1 glass of white wine

59 comments

  1. I didn't knew that dish... looks yummy though!

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  2. Great recipe and I will try this out for the holiday!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  3. wow, i wanna definitely try that, looks great and I am sure tastes well too
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  4. Mmmm it must be so tasty, mouthwatering pics dear! I'd love to try for holidays too! Happy monday!(pin some pics!) xoxo

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  5. It sounds and looks amazing! There's a little problem though - where to find Tartiflette???:))
    That's great you give us some recipees too, not only beautifyul mouth-watering pictures)

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    1. The cheese is called 'reblochon'. My guess is that a camembert will do the trick too. xo

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  6. can you belive that i've never eaten something like this ^^
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  7. OMG! This looks naughty but nice!
    Wishing you a wonderful week Hun xoxo
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  8. I never eat it before but I HAVE to try it !
    yummy !

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  9. looks so good! Although I've never heard of Tartiflette cheese...will need to search my supermarket next time, is it similar to Brie because it surely looks like it!?
    xoxo
    Catita

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    1. Yes, similar to brie/camembert. The correct name of this cheese is 'reblochon'.

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  10. To be honest I have never heard of this kind of cheese :) But maybe you can substitute with a different cheese? Very easy and satisfying dish! Interesting post, quite different :)

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  11. OMG it looks yummuy and tasty!! However I will not call this a "light meal"... Hahahahaha ;-)
    xoxo
    Patricia

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  12. Thanks for sharing the recipe,
    Chapeau all'Artista dei Fornelli Anouka!
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  13. Great and clear instruction on the recipe!! I am tempted to try this now!

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  14. O_O I have to try this receipe. Looks awesome :)

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    Nicole

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  15. yummy...it should be delicious...
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  16. omgggosh this is AMAZING so going to try this! i loveee anything to do w/ cheese and potatoes haha!!

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  17. I never tried this but it looks really yummy! I can´t say no to cheese anyway :P
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  18. wowww this looks delicious, I dind't know about it!
    yummy!!!!
    XX

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  19. Mmmmm I'm sure it is delicious!!
    Thanks for the sweet comment =)
    XOXO
    Ylenia

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  20. seriously! that looks crazy good. I have never heard of this dish before.

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  21. mmm!!!looks delicious!ill try to do it!kisses!

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  22. How beautiful and delicious! I'll definitely try to make this dish this weekend))) Bon Appetit)))
    Diana

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  23. That looks so good! Yummy!

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  24. this looks divine..I'll have to try this out

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  25. Yummm!! This looks so delicious!

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  26. I've never tried this! Is not very typical in Spain but it seems yummy!

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  27. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe! Looks so good. We don't get this the of cheese here, is it similar to brie or camembert?

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  28. That looks so good!!
    XO
    Zhanna
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  29. it looks delicious and easy to make, i would try to make one of my own real soon! thanks for sharing :)

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  30. That looks absolutely yummy! Thanks for the recipe.

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  31. Yes, this is definitely delicious! :)

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  32. This dish looks so good!!! I want to try making this~~ May I ask about the temperature for baking? And also, if I can't find "reblochon" cheese, do you think I think substitute other kinds of melty cheese like brie or camembert? Thanks for sharing this recipe!!!

    Liz
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    1. Hi Liz, I put it on 150 degrees C (300 degrees F, gas mark 2) for 20 minutes, then 200 degrees C (400 degrees F, gas mark 6) for 10 minutes. I took these conversions from http://www.joyofbaking.com/OvenTemperatures.html.
      Yes, I think that camembert or brie would work too. The flavour won't be the same though.

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    2. Thank you so much!! I am planning to make this for Christmas ^-^ Hopefully I can find the Reblochon cheese at my local supermarket.

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  33. This is my first time hearing about this dish, I'd love to try it!

    xo Michelle Fierce & Fashionable

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  34. wow i love to try it too!
    looks delicious :)

    xx
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  35. Looks yummy! I am a fan of potatoes!! Should try this sometime xoxo ES
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  36. wow! looks delicious. I've never heard of this dish before but now I would love to try.

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  37. Oh my goodness!!! That looks awesome! I've tried something similar in France before, but it was a bit different, am going to save this one to try...will go down a treat in our house!(Sorry, I get a bit excited about melted cheese!!)

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  38. Oh it looks delicious! I don't think we get tartiflette cheese over here - do you know what type of cheese it is? It looks a bit like brie? xo

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  39. ooooh. looks so delish!!! :))) yummy!! I wanna eat this! hihi

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    Rae :3
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  40. We love your post, wonderful.
    We came wanting a great day with lots of love and peace.
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  41. this looks totally amazing ! you are right... a perfect winter dish ! i will try it one day.
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  42. Omg we had tartiflette in France and it was wonderful - thanks for providing the recipe

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  43. mmmm yummy!
    Angela Donava

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  44. Delicious, I love Tartiflette :)

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  45. OMG this is incredible! Any dish that uses this amount of cheese must be insanely delicious. I've never even heard of this dish before. Will have to keep an eye out now.

    xx Jenee C.
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