Recipe by ERLENSEE_GERMANY
"My wife and I had this entree in Paris, France. It was so good that we had to order another one. The French people sure know how to cook. It is like a pizza, but 1 million times better!"
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refrigerated French bread dough
olive oil, or as needed
potato, thinly sliced
salt and pepper to taste
This is an awesome recipe. I am a vegan so I changed the cream to non-dairy sour cream. I used thawed pizza dough instead of french bread dough (because it was all I had). I sliced the onion very thin and didn't chop. I used soy margarine and Bac-o's (which are vegan). My husband flipped over this one! He's not vegan and he thought it was scrumptious! I was a little scared of this recipe at first, but it was so easy and delicious. Beware though, it is very rich! I'll definitely be making this often! Thanks for the great recipe!
Recipe just didn't cut the muster
Spot on. Just like we enjoyed in the Alsace region. Thanks for sharing!
The taste was great, but I also had the problem with the sauce being way too thin. It made the dough so soggy that when I tried to get it off the sheet, everything fell apart. I will give this receipe another try, but next time I will reduce the sauce to 2/3 cup and put the ingredients on the dough first and then cover it with the sauce.
I thought the taste was good, but I messed up somewhere. The melted butter, onions, and light cream mixture was so watery, it didn't "spread" on my rolled out dough, it ran off onto the baking sheet. My bacon boiled in the water with the potatoes, but stayed "boiled" and flemsy and not crispy, even after being in the oven. I think next time I will not use the potatoes and use cheese. Also, the butter/cream mixture needs to be thickened somehow. But, the taste was really good! It's very different! Thanks for the recipe!
been lookin for this my friend went to paris (alsace)she brought back a pamphlet that said ingredients wre mix of cream soft white cheese seasoned and topped with onion and bacon this recipe has no cheese most of the pictures you see look like they have cheese think I'll try some soft fresh mozzerella one picture showed mushroom,bacon ,swiss cheese can"t wait to try
It was pretty good, but did require some tweaking. For the sauce, I only used 2/3 cup cream, but added some garlic powder, onion powder, and chives to add some more flavour. I also added about 2 tablespoons flour and heated it so it thickened and became almost a white sauce. I also used 2 potatoes as 1 didn't seem like enough. I also doubled or almost tripled the amount of bacon, and cooked it regularly in a pan as boiling it made it soggy. I also added shredded cheddar cheese on top (cheese makes everything better!). Overall it was a very good recipe, very tasty and original!
Everyone love it even my kids! It also reheats great!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 277
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