Tartines make the perfect lunch or light dinner. I’m going to do a short series on tartine recipes, so if you have one you would like to share, please send it to me! judy ALDRIDGE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Yesterday, Jane and I sampled 3 different types.
This is a curried egg salad on dark rye with thinly sliced radishes and cucumbers. Don’t forget the mango chutney. This is Jane’s favorite. A good recipe for curried egg salad here.
This is our own recipe-Thinly sliced granny smith apples, a scattering of pine nuts, and a slice of sharp cheddar on jalapeno/cheddar toast. Toast the bread first, add toppings, then put under the broiler till bubbly.
We also made roasted red peppers and goat cheese on a toasted baguette. So easy, but so good.
Do let me know if you have a favorite tartine of your own!
Jane and I are looking at a home today in Dallas-I’m so nervous, wish us luck!!!
- BAKED GRILLED CHEESE WITH ROASTED TOMATOES
- MUSHROOM TOAST
- STACKED TORTILLA PIE
- SPAGHETTI WITH BROCCOLI, WALNUTS, AND RICOTTA
- New Years Day Snack