A nice, big soup which serves as a perfect winter comforter. This is an adaptation of an age old family recipe. My family are Italian and this is adapted from a typical "rustic" country dish. I have adapted it to better suit ingredients found in England and North America as these are the ingredients I can most easily get hold of whilst I am at university.
It is easy to prepare and definitely a crowd pleaser, I've served it to everyone from friends at uni to friends' parents after a hard day at work. My seven year old twin cousins also enjoyed it, so I think it's an all-rounder.
PS: Can be adapted and other vegetables can be added. Other variations I have made have included broccoli, purple broccoli and spinach.
A lovely, heart warming food - perfect for those cold, rainy winter days.
My grandmother used to, and still does make this one for me when I go over to Ireland to see her. She's 81.
It's easy to make and certainly makes a change to regular stew.
PS: To those of you worried about alcohol, there is no alcohol left in this recipe once it is cooked - alcohol evaporates more quickly than water, thus this recipe is non-alcoholic.
A very easy recipe to make, perfect for a winter's day. I first tried tartiflette whilst in a small cafe in Lille. I had to ask for the recipe as I enjoyed it so much!
It originates from the Savoie region of France - a fairly new French dish, created by the makers of Reblochon cheese during the 80's.
Reblochon cheese can be hard to get hold of so I've recommended substitutes which work equally well. However, if you can get hold of Reblochon it's well worth it.
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