Galette is an open, rustic pie that can be filled with almost anything. It can be sweet or savory, filled with vegetables, fruit and berries, meat or seafood – anything you want. In this Galette I have chosen heirloom tomatoes, tarragon and goat cheese baked in a cheesy, soft and crispy crust. Ideal any time of day, served warm, room temperature or cold – either way, it’s delicious. Norwegian version:
This is actually a pretty genius dish. The combination of tomato and tarragon is always delicious, and with chévre it’s even better. The meatballs are cooked directly in the dish, this way they get a nice crust on top while the bottom is soft and juicy; and at the same time the meaty flavors are spreading from the meatballs into the noodles and sauce and adds even more flavor to the dish. Shirataki noodles are noodles with a very low […]
This is a recipe for a really tasty French quiche with smoked salmon, asparagus and chèvre. Salmon provides omega-3 and the asparagus is really good for the antioxidant system. The crust is also healthy with low carb, low GI, and gluten free flour.