Salt-Cod Brandade Tart

 
Salt-Cod Brandade Tart

A little taste of Provence… “This starter often forms part of our set-menu meals for our guests, who enjoy it a lot” (Esther Robberts)

Ingredients for 6 people

Puff pastry

Approx. 200g salt-cod brandade

3 grilled red peppers

Method

Line a tart tin with the puff pastry.

Spread the brandade over the pastry approx. 1cm deep.

Cut the peppers into strips and arrange on top of the brandade in a star pattern.

Bake in the oven at 210°C (Gas 7) for approx. 45 minutes. 

Serve with

Serve warm or cold with a green salad

A recipe from
Mas d'Oléandre

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