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Basel tart

Basel tart

Basel tart
Basel tart

Where have you been? And what the hell is a Basel tart, I hear you cry. Well, Yelp has been keeping me pretty busy (understatement!) – but, if you want the honest truth, this job has made me the happiest I've ever been in a job. It's just so me. I can't explain it any better than that.

As promised however, I wouldn't let this blog die. Thankfully I was contacted by Titan Travel recently who asked me to make a Basel tart and blog about it. I needed that kickstart! Apologies for the delay in posting this as it is technically June's supperclub, but better late than never.

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You can read all about the Basel tart over on Titan Travel – but all you really need to know is onion, bacon and Gruyere. Hello dream combination of food! The recipe looked pretty straightforward, just whip up some pastry, cook a filling and stick it in the oven. It actually wasn't that easy when it came to making it (I'm definitely no pastry whizz) and took a little longer than expected, but the results were glorious and incredibly tasty.

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The only change I made to the recipe was to add less cheese. The recipe calls for 450g of Gruyere ... that is a hell of a lot of cheese, so I cut it back to more like 300g. The result was still immensely cheesy, so I was glad I did. When I make this again in the future I'd use pre-made pastry as well just to save time. The tart itself is really rich and indulgent – definitely a great dish to make for a treat or if you're having guests over.

Thanks to Titan Travel for providing £15 worth of Waitrose vouchers for me to make this recipe. For the full recipe, just visit this link. Do let me know if you make it!

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