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A Vegetable Tart Almost to Beautiful to Eat

This “rose” vegetable tart takes a little bit of time to put together. The mandolin-cut vegetables are arranged in the “rose” pattern. The recipe for easy pie crust is below, you can skip this step and buy prepared ready-to-bake pie dough in the store. However, we don’t think the quality is quite the same as Chef Eric’s. Just say’n…

Enjoy!

Rose Vegetable Tart
"Rose" Vegetable Tart
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This tart is a beautiful creation, almost to pretty to eat. It takes a bit of time to cut the vegetables and arrange in the rose pattern, but it's not complicated.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes
Rose Vegetable Tart
"Rose" Vegetable Tart
Print Recipe
This tart is a beautiful creation, almost to pretty to eat. It takes a bit of time to cut the vegetables and arrange in the rose pattern, but it's not complicated.
Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes
Servings Prep Time
4 people 20 minutes
Cook Time
40 minutes
Ingredients
Easy Pie Crust:
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Cook the artichokes in boiling water with the juice of a half lemon. Drain and mix with the heavy cream to create a paste (puree). Season with salt and pepper and reserve.
  2. Roll the dough and fill a tart or quiche pie pan. Spread the artichoke puree in the bottom.
  3. Peel and wash the carrots. Wash the zucchini but don’t peel them.
  4. With a mandoline, slice the vegetables lengthwise, 1/4 cm, or a quarter inch thick, roll them into little rosebuds, and stick them in the puree.
    Rose Vegetable Tart
  5. Repeat the operation with all the vegetables, and make sure to alternate the colors in the pie for a prettier “bouquet”.
    Rose Vegetable Tart
  6. Bake in the oven at 180ºC (325ºF) for 40 minutes.
  7. While hot spread the olive oil with a brush, add salt and pepper and enjoy.
Easy Pie Crust Method:
  1. Cut the soft butter in small cubes and add it to flour. Mix well until you got something who look like sand.
  2. Add the egg and the water, the salt and sugar and mix gently until all ingredients make a nice ball. Don’t knead too much. Reserve in the fridge at least one hour before you use it. NOTE: the dough keeps well up to 2 months in the freezer.
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Cook’n With Class has been in operation since 2007 in Paris offering French Cooking Classes (in English), to visiting tourists and locals interested in learning about this very important part of French culture. The school offers classes from French Market to Bread Baking and Macarons. Chef Eric Fraudeau, who worked both in France and internationally, along with his wife Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau, opened their second school, Cook’n With Class Uzès in 2015 in the sunny south of France, this time focusing on Provençal and Mediterranean cuisine. They also offer a 5 day/ 7 night culinary holiday package (Week in Uzès), including accommodations, with tours, tastings and of course cooking.

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