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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Truffade !!!!!

That is always a big hit and so easy to do.


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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Sorry for being late. Did I missed anything? Thanks Andyh, I've used bread indeed, the taste was amazing. For sure Cendrillon, this is one of the best Alsatian dish ever. Yeah, that's it Pierre, Baeckeoffe is a perfect winter warmer and it can be cooked in a slow cooker as well. Jules31 made good recommendations Rob, you'd better prepare a great Beef Bourguignon, just avoid wine excess and choose the blade roast beef instead of using pork fat back. You can also prepare a Truffade as suggested above, it is a traditional dish from Haute-Auvergne if I am not wrong. Its preparation takes about 20mn and the time of cooking about 30 minutes.
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Hi,

I am thankful to all of you since your recommendations were a great help. At last, I prepared a beef bourguignon, the beef was tender as expected and I paired the hearty dish with a medium bodied red wine Pinot Noir to counter the rich stewed beef. The in-laws were very pleased :) I'm planning to prepare Truffade next week but I am still looking for the recipe. Do you have one?

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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

You'd better look on Food.com.
Delices d'Annie / Delices and Gourmandises, are they the same??


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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

I don't think they are the same. Both of them are mail order company but Delices d'Annie is a French brand.
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Rob said: 'I'm planning to prepare Truffade next week but I am still looking for the recipe. Do you have one?'

Sorry, I missed your post.

Peal and boil enough nice potatoes (the red ones are the best) to accommodate your guests. Just before they are boiled completely, transfer them to a poele and gently fry for a while. Give them some pepper.

Then cut into chucks some 'Cantal Entre Deux' (chesse) and add to the potatoes and let it melt. (800 grams of cantal Entre Deux and lots of potatoes will feed 6 people)

Let it become a potato chessey gunk.

Et voila, Truffade.

Add, garlic, lardons, if you like.

Tasty potatoes are key as well as buying your cheese from a fromagerie. None of this Lidl cantal entre deux. Yuk.

Best dish in France. If in Paris, eat it here:

http://www.leplombducantal.com/en/index.htm
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Re: Delices d'Annie Baeckeoffe

Glad to see you've found your métier, ALBF .Big Smile [:D]
Seriously, sounds a lovely recipe, but fattening.

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