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A great savory tarte. I can imagine all sorts of vegetable combinations. I found that the amount of salt was just right. I like the technique of cooking the tarte upside down. Solves the soggy crust problem. I'll use this technique for other recipes. Plus it was easy to flip over. I used a square puff pastry and it made no difference. It still looked elegant.

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alvinakatz August 29, 2012

This was very good and easier than it sounds. My only note, perhaps my goats cheese was very salty, I did find this salty for my taste, and would definitely not add extra salt. Cooks beautifully and presents very well, I really liked this and was glad to have found the recipe. Made for Zingo, ZWT8, thank you :)

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Karen Elizabeth August 27, 2012

I love this kind of preparetion, it's genial and the result is beautiful.
Also the combination with thyme was delicious!

We prepared this for dinner and I served it with chicken BBQ with lemon and thyme. A perfect combination.
We finished it! This is very important as the puff pastry would soak the water of the zucchini. No leftovers for this recipes!

I will prepare this again and I will try it with other vegetables as well (for example roasted peppers).
Thanks a lot.

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awalde August 26, 2012
Tarte Tatin Aux Courgettes (Zucchini Pie)