I thought the recipe was very tasty, but the crust didn't really become crispy (despite staying in the oven for over 15 minutes). I used spelt flour, so that may have been a factor, but I suspect I didn't flatten the crust enough. I will certainly be trying this recipe again sometime soon!
I have made this at least once a month, after having tried it last in Berlin. We love it. One thing I prefer is to bake the crust about 5 minutes and then spread on the toppings to keep the creme fraiche from 'melting' into the crust. Thanks for the recipe!
This appears to be a good recipe but can we get an English version with our measurements? I would love to try this!! Thanks!
This is so tasty and really easy. I have only done Flammkuchen from a premade dough before so I was very pleasantly surprised that it is in fact not much more work to do it from scratch than to do it from the premade dough. I wish someone would have told me this before, I could have saved quite a bit of money as that the ingredients cost probably a 1/10th of premade stuff! We had it with a Caesar salad as that Flammkuchen compliments salad so well. Thanks!
OK, here comes the review :) Very good recipe. Made Flammkuchen couple times before, but this recipe is so easy that I will for sure make it more often. Halved the dough and did a small one with the onions and bacon and the other one with apples. I think the apple one would be even better when apples are soaked in some liquor (calvados) ... next time :) Lecker ! Also, I was wondering if you are baking it on a cookie sheet, Bellinda ? It' didn't say anything about it in your recipe :)