Pix Potluck: Pissaladiere

By: Mark Levine

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Pissaladiere by Katalin Eisenberg

Craving a rich, savory onion pie that would even make Julia Child proud?  Katalin Eisenberg shared this decadent Pissaladiere on our Facebook page and we couldn't resist...

Katalin didn't go into detail on her approach but it looks true to the classic Provencal onion tart. It's clear she subbed out of the oil-cured black olives prescribed in Mastering the Art of French Cooking but it still looks delicious and right on the mark. Congrats Katalin, and thanks for sharing ( and if you are reading this, feel free to share some of your secrets below).

If you want to try Pissaladiere at home, check out Rachel Allen's mini-tartlet version:

Pissaladiere cooking video on Rachel Allen Bake
Rachel Allen's Pissaladiere Recipe:
Pissaladiere Recipe - Rachel Allen

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