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Classic Tarte

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1 hr 15 min.

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The sulphides contained in the onions can be particularly helpful during the cold season, as they have an antibiotic effect and can thus protect against pathogens that cause illness. The onions also score points with flavonoids, which can stimulate the defence cells and thus offer additional protection. The spelt flour type 1050 is a super solution if you do not want to use wholemeal flour but still do not want to do without dietary fibres that promote digestion.

Those who do not tolerate the onions so well can also leave them out and use another vegetable as an alternative. How about grilled eggplant or courgette, for example?

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375 grams
1 packet
1 teaspoon
1 teaspoon
2 tablespoons
125 grams
marbled Bacon
250 grams
100 grams
freshly ground Pepper
freshly grated Nutmeg
ground Caraway
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Preparation steps


Mix flour and yeast. Combine with sugar, salt, oil and 225 ml (approximately 3/4 cup) of water and knead to a smooth dough. Cover and let rise in a warm place until doubled in bulk.


Cut bacon into cubes and cook until crispy in a dry pan. Drain on paper towels. Peel onions and cut into rings. Saute in bacon fat until translucent and let cool. Combine crème fraiche with double cream and mix well, season to taste with salt, pepper, nutmeg and cumin. Knead dough and halve. Roll out on a floured surface and roll out into 2 ovals, about 5 mm thick (approximately 1/5 inch). Place dough ovals into baking sheet and spread cream mixture on them. Top with onion and bacon. Bake in preheated oven at 250°C (approximately 475°F) for about 15 minutes or until golden brown.