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Outdoor

Outdoor enjoyment: crispy tarte flambée

  • Kieran Creevy
  • November 23, 2022
Credits cover image: Lisa Paarvio

After a strenuous hike or a brisk trail run, it may also be a bit heartier. The tarte flambée is quick to prepare and tastes sensationally crispy. Our camping recipe is presented by outdoor chef Kieran Creevy.


From now on, the passionate outdoor chef Kieran Creevy presents his favorite recipes on ISPO.com. Sometimes suitable for sports, sometimes as the perfect preparation for your outdoor adventure: With his recipes, you can take your cooking in nature to a new level. The dishes are simple, healthy, and incredibly delicious.

Bacon with a good mix of meat and fat
Image credit: Lisa Paarvio / Lisa Paarvio

Ingredients for 2 people

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 50 ml olive or canola oil 
  • 1 tsp coarse salt
  • water as needed 
  • Pork lard or lardons (If using lard, buy one with a good mix of meat and fat and dice finely) 
  • ½ onion
  • crème fraîche or cottage cheese

Preparation

  1. Mix all ingredients except water in a silicone bag with a roll-top closure or a reusable plastic-free waterproof bag so that you can knead the dough well without getting sticky hands. 
  2. Mix roughly.
  3. Add enough water to make a stiff dough, close the bag and knead well. 
  4. Dust a wooden cutting board with additional flour, break off a tennis ball-sized lump of dough, flatten it well with your hands or a rolling pin, and spread it out into a rough rectangle, folding in the edges to keep the crème fraîche from running onto the pan. 
  5. Toast in a dry pan for 2-3 minutes per side. Set aside.
  6. Dry fry the onions and lard/lardons.
  7. Spread the crème fraîche on the toasted dough, top with onions and bacon. Dig in. 
  8. Make more as desired.

Image Credits: All images by Lisa Paarvio. Find more on Instagram at. @lisapaarviophotography.