October 4th, 2010

Zwiebelkuchen

Zwiebelkuchen

Finally there is light at the end of the tunnel.

We nearly finished our scholarly paper and will submit it middle of this week. :-)

I have to survive a two day long meeting and then my well-deserved vacation will start.

The last days I spent more 12 hours or more in the Lab to get the last missing data for the Paper. I shocked our cleaning lady regularly when I entered the building at 6.50 am. She does not expect somebody saying “Good Morning” to her at this time of the day.

Because I spent so much time in lab there was nearly no time for cooking or baking. But I still get delicious dinners because the boyfriend take care of cooking. One evening, when I was still in the train station on my way home, I told him what he would need for an onion tart and he prepared the dough. When I came home the dough had risen finely and we prepared the filling together.

Onion tart

Dough:

  • 250g flour (Typ 550)
  • 160g Water
  • 5g fresh yeast
  • 5g Salt
  • 15g olive oil

Filling:

  • 400g red onions
  • 100g cream
  • 1 Egg
  • 50g grated cheese
  • 1/2 Tsp. Caraway seeds, crushed with a mortar
  • allspice
  • Salt

Knead all ingredients for the dough 5 min at slow and 5 min at fast speed.

Let the dough rise for 1 hour (or over night in the fridge)

Peel onions and slice finely. Cook them in a pan at middle temperature untill golden. Take from heat and let cool down a little bit then mix with cream and eg. Season with crushed caraway seeds, allspice and salt.

Roll the dough thinly and line a Quiche form (Diameter 24 cm) with the dough. Fill in the filling and top with grated cheese.

Bake at 180°C for about 35 min.

Because this tart is baked with yeast, I send it to Susans weekly Yeastspotting.

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5 thoughts on Zwiebelkuchen

  1. Lisa October 4th, 2010

    This recipe sounds really good. I haven’t tried making a Zwiebelkuchen myself because my boss makes such really good ones. I think I will give your recipe a try.
    I hope you won’t mind if I tell you this, but piment is allspice in English.
    Lisa

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    1. Stefanie October 4th, 2010

      @Lisa: Thank you. I does not mind at all if somebody has advice how an ingredients is called in English because I want to make the recipe as clear as possible!

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  2. SteveB October 9th, 2010

    Bravo to your boyfriend! And best of luck with your paper. As with all your baked goods, your tart looks delicious.

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