Tartiflette

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Presentation of the famous French dish, tartiflette and how to cook it. Enjoy!

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  • The most difficult part is to find the ingredients\n
  • The most difficult part is to find the ingredients\n
  • The most difficult part is to find the ingredients\n
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  • -The Tartiflette comes from a tradional dish, «la pela». It was create in the 80’ by the Roblochon organization to increase Roblochon sell. The main difference comes from the potatoes which was not peal.\n-The name Tartiflette come from Tartfla which is a Savoyard potatoes.\n
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  • Tartiflette

    1. 1. You are abroad, you want tocook a french dish for your friends, what would you cook?
    2. 2. 80% answered inTartiflette we trust Source: my grandmother
    3. 3. My BackgroundI cooked tartiflette all arround the world
    4. 4. My BackgroundI cooked tartiflette all arround the world
    5. 5. My BackgroundI cooked tartiflette all arround the world
    6. 6. My BackgroundI cooked tartiflette all arround the world
    7. 7. My BackgroundI cooked tartiflette all arround the world
    8. 8. My Background«I did not realize what I was eating, it was so delicious!» Tchoped Stinson « » Xue Jing
    9. 9. Tartiflette «Tartiflette is a French dish from the Savoie region. It is made with potatoes, reblochoncheese, cream, and lardons. It is also commonly found with onions.» Wikipedia
    10. 10. History• Original dish is «la péla»• «Tartiflette» come from «Tartiflâ»
    11. 11. Recipe 1/4• 2.64 pounds of potatoes• 7 ouces of slice beacon• 1 onion• 1 reblochon cheese• 2 tablespoons of fresh cream
    12. 12. Recipe 2/41. Peel and cook the potatoes.2. Mince and sweat onion in oil.Then add beacon, sweat again.
    13. 13. Recipe 3/43. In a buttured dish, addpotatoes, onion and beacon.4. Spead the cream on the topand add the roblochon cheese.
    14. 14. Recipe 4/45. Bake in oven (230°C or 446°F)4. When the cheese begin to bebrown, take it and enjoy!
    15. 15. What do drink with?•Red wine (prefered): Beaujolais,Gamay de Savoie, Mondeuse•White wine: Crépy, ChignienBergeron
    16. 16. Where to buy?•Roblochon Cheese: Rainbow Grocery, 1745Folsom, SF•Sliced beacon: Le Beau Nob Hill Market, 1263Leavenworth, SF
    17. 17. Join the movementIn Tartiflette we trust: www.facebook.com/in.tartiflette
    18. 18. Thanks!

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