| Zucchini-Tomato-Chèvre Pie |

Inspired by Arcade Fire | Sprawl II

After eating it several times, created by the hands of a very good friend of mine, I baked it so many times that this pie became one of my common recipes. It’s super good and super easy to make and most often we already have everything we need somewhere in the back of our fridge.

It can definitely be a joker recipe when you have friends showing up without warning and that you want to make them happy in 35 minutes !

It’s a recipe that works perfectly the nights when eating out is not inspiring you. Charmed by the (mass)indie lyrics of Arcade Fire and the beautiful voice of Régine Chassagne we gather around the warmth and confort of home instead of desperately chasing good restaurants in town!

| Ingredients for 8 |

_ 1 homemade pie crust (click for the recipe)

_ 200g of goat cheese

_ 4 tomatoes

_ 2 large zucchinis

_ grainy mustard

_ extra virgin olive oil

_ ground salt pepper

| Step by step |

  1. Start by pre-heating the oven (fan heat if possible) up to 200°c.
  2. Spread the pastry over the pan of your choice and add the grainy mustard all over it keeping it homogeneous (if you don’t like mustard you can replace it by candied onions). After that, cut the chèvre, the tomatoes and the zucchini in same-sized slices. 
  3. Arrange them as if they were a circle domino (that just fell), add some salt and pepper and finish it off with some olive oil…and it’s ready for the oven.
  4. Count 30 minutes at 180°c, but watch it closely, the pie is ready when the chèvre is melted and that the whole thing is looking golden and delicious.
  5. Serve immediately !


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