Friday, July 26, 2013

FFWD - Dieter's Tartine


Welcome to another French Friday with Dorie. This week's recipe is Dieter's Tartine.

This dish is comprised of toasted sourdough topped with cottage cheese (I left out the sour cream), cucumber , tomato, salt and pepper and chives. It tasted really good - better than I had thought it would. I would never have tried this on my own.

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16 comments:

Teresa said...

I agree - I wouldn't have tried this one on my own, either. I'm glad I did, because it's great. Yours looks delicious.

Liz Berg said...

I totally agree...I had low expectations, but loved this one! Simple and yummy!

Mardi Michels said...

Wasn't this delightful?

Andrea_TheKitchenLioness said...

What a lovely fresh and colorful tartine you prepared - it does look and sound like you enjoyed this open-faced sadwich and I must agree with you, an easy and fabulous recipe (no sour cream for us either - goat cheese instead).
Have a great weekend!

Betsy said...

While I wasn't overly excited about this one, it did taste good. I love the festive colors on top of the white cheese (though I used goat cheese because I can't deal with cottage cheese). Looks great!

ayu | the spicy lemongrass said...

Yours looks good. I liked this one because of its freshness. Very much welcome in this heat!

Nana said...

Surprisingly, this was good. Make a great little lunch
on a hot summer day. Yours looks perfect.

KarenP said...

Looks delish!

Christy said...

This was so fresh and easy. It also makes a great appetizer on little toasts.

Mary Hirsch said...

Anything on sourdough works for me. I used to bake my own sourdough bread but I managed to kill the Mother off which brought on stress and guilt!! I also would not have put this tartine together but now I'm a fan. Am thinking of other kinds, both sweet and savory, to make. Glad we all liked this.

tricia s. said...

Granted, I am craving carbs right now but still- your bread looks amazing. Great job on the tartine !

Guyla said...

I agree that I wouldn't have thought to put these ingredients together but they are delicious, aren't they?Starting with sourdough bread means it HAS to be good!

Jora said...

I love when recipes are a good surprise! Glad you enjoyed this one.

Dessert By Candy said...

Pretty colour for sure.

Kayte said...

It certainly looks delightful! So pretty, too.

sanyaliving.com said...

Looks so fresh and delicious!
I skipped the sour cream as well. I would have skipped it too thinking it's too basic. Recommend it with balsamic vinegar!