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> Flammkuchen, great! German/french border pizza!
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Posted: 15-Jan-2004, 06:54 PM
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The basic dough is just made out of flour, oil, water and a pinch of salt. Make a smooth dough and roll it out as flat as possible (best directly on the bakingtray).

You bake it in a very hot oven for 5-10 minutes until the dough is crispy and the topping is bubbling. Now, to the toppings: you can put almost everything on it...

Okay, you rolled out your dough: spread crème double (that's similar to crème fraîche) or crème fraîche on it. The traditional one has a topping of: diced bacon, onion rings, leek rings and grated cheese (not too much!).

Varieties I tried and thought were really really tasty (always a wee bit cheese drizzled on top):

Leek + Smoked salmon
Onions + bacon + mushroom slices
peppers + spring onions + salami stripes
thin sliced potatoes
Sauerkraut + bacon (without cheese though)

and sweet:

pears + cognac
apple + cinnamon + calvados..

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