Ever met the Alsatian pizza, also known as tarte flambée? Think of it as the cool cousin of the Italian pizza—same family vibes but with its own unique twist. This pizza is all about speed and flavor, boasting a thin crust and some tantalizing toppings that give it a distinct edge.
Alsatian pizza is the perfect dish for a shared cookout with employees, customers or just friends. A classic “comfort food”, in addition, one that the revelers share food with. Pair it with your favorite cold drinks, wine, or beer for an extra delightful experience. And here’s the cherry on top: you can easily switch up the toppings based on the season or your guests’ preferences.
Where does Alsatian pizza come from?
Alsatian pizza is a classic dish of Alsatian cuisine. Alsace is a region that belongs partly to France (tarte flambée) and partly to Germany (Flammkuchen). At the intersection of these culinary cultures you will find many interesting dishes, including just Alsatian pizza.
So, get ready to enjoy a slice of something special that’s both versatile and delicious!
At the Cooking Studio (Close to Metro Ratusz Arsenal)