Tartiflette “à la mode” Créole

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I created this tartiflette for the Sunday Feast at the School of Wok. It was my business partner (Carib Gourmet) that asked me to cook with her this amazing feast, so I needed to recreate French recipe with a Caribbean twist.

The Christmas ham that I put inside the tartiflette gives a smoked taste to the tartiflette and it is really great.

SERVES: serveserveserveserve
PREPARATION: 20 minutes + 20 minutes for cooking potatoes
COOK: 20 minutes at 200°C

What do you need?

  • 1,5 kg of New potatoes or Charlotte potatoes (you need to use high quality potatoes for keeping them right during the cooking)
  • 1/2 creamy Reblochon
  • 3 – 4 slices of Spiced Christmas ham (I have bought on Carib Gourmet website)
  • 2 onions
  • salt
  • pepper
  • cinnamon

How to make a Tartiflette à la mode créole?

  • Cook the potatoes for 20 minutes in salt boiled water
  • Drain the potatoes and let them become cold
  • Peel and chop onions
  • Slice your Christmas Ham in square pieces
  • Heat a large spoon of olive oil on a pan
  • Cook the onions during 10 minutes

!Beware: don’t let the onion burn, you need to stir regularly the prepartion

  • Add on the pan, the Christmas ham and cook it for 10 minutes

! Beware: don’t let the preparion burn, you need to stir regularly the preparation

  • Peel the potatoes and cut them in square pieces
  • Put one first layer of potatoes in the bottom of your oven tray
  • Add on the top the mixture (onions + Christmas ham)
  • Add slices of Reblochon (most of them)
  • Add salt, pepper and a pinch of cinnamon

! Beware:don’t hesitate to put pepper in order to give a lot of flavours to the tartiflette

  • Add on the top another layer of potatoes
  • Add some slices of Reblochon on the top of the tartiflette
  • Add salt, pepper and a pinch of cinnamon

! Tip: you can do as many as layer that you want.

  • Put on the oven at 200°C for 20 minutes

! Tip: for a nicer presentation, don’t hesitate to do small tartiflette in cauldron

To eat with Tartiflette “à la mode” créole:

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