From classic fondue and a spin on Tartiflette to a calorie-laden tarte, prepare to gorge yourself silly on the “Prince of Gruyères”

FONDUE

You can’t beat the Holy Trinity – Beaufort, Emmental and Comté – drenched in white wine and simmered to perfection in fondue Savoyarde. Ideal to warm those cockles on a nippy spring day.

Fondue
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TARTIFLETTE

Purists will recoil at the prospect of foregoing gooey Reblochon but we’re rather partial to a generous coating of Beaufort on our Tartiflette. You could go for a double whammy and fling in both…

Tartiflette
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TARTE AU BEAUFORT

Ready for off-the-charts cheesy goodness? The Tarte au Beaufort is the artery-clogging marriage of butter-laden pastry, heavy cream and eggs, the lot smothered in a thick layer of cheese. Delish!

Tarte au beaufort
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First printed in our sister publication France Today

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I am unable to find the recipe for this tartiflette. Would you please direct me to the site that contains the actual recipe? It looks so yummy.

    • Hi Bonnie, currently we do not yet have a Tartiflette recipe live on Taste of France! However, this doesn’t mean we wont have one up soon! 😉

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