Food of the mountains. This classic dish from the Savoyard is a staple skiing lunch. Heavy, unctuous, comforting and warming to the core. Serves 2 Ingredients 500g potatoes, peeled150g lardons / ham 2 banana shallots, sliced1 garlic clove, sliced½ tsp fresh thyme leaves250g Reblochon cheese, sliced 75ml white wine100ml double cream Method Preheat your oven to 200°C. Parboil … Continue reading Tartiflette
I adore Gratin Dauphinoise for the luxurious, comforting satisfaction it brings to the table, but sometimes, just sometimes, the calorific creaminess of this French potato dish is too much. Step forward Boulangère. Named after the baker's oven in which it would have traditionally been cooked, this is an absolute classic which transports me to France … Continue reading Boulangère Potatoes
A beautiful 'Roast Dinner Gratin' courtesy of my lovely wife. Healthy, stunning, and the Gratin was a winner too.