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Endive tatin with chestnuts

Endive tatin with chestnuts

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Here is a remarkable recipe, the endive tatin with chestnuts. Crispy and slightly candied, this tarte tatin will surprise and regulate your guests!

Fairly easy to achieve, it is also very economical!

Ingredients for 4 persons :

  • 1 puff pastry
  • 500 g ofendives
  • 12 chestnuts cooked in a box or vacuum-packed
  • 125 g of cheese goat fresh
  • 2 cc of honey (rather liquid preferably)
  • 20 g butter
  • Salt pepper

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Chestnut endive tatin recipe

This recipe is ideally made during the endive and chestnut season, that is to say in autumn or winter.

  • Start by removing the outer leaves of the endive
  • Cut the endives in half lengthwise
  • Remove the hard base from endives because it is less digestible

In a skillet,

  • To melt the butter
  • Place the endives on the inside and cook over low heat for 10 minutes to brown them
  • During cooking, prevent them from sticking
  • Cut the chestnuts in half and place them on the endives
  • Cook for another 5 min

In a pie dish,

  • Preheat the oven to 200 °
  • Butter the bottom of the dish
  • Place the honey at the bottom evenly
  • Arrange the endives in a star shape so as to cover the entire dish, placing them on the golden side
  • Fill the gaps with the chestnuts
  • Crumble the fresh goat cheese
  • Salt, pepper
  • Cover everything with the puff pastry and tuck the edges inside the dish

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes and take out as soon as the pastry turns golden on top.

Now is the time to turn the dish onto a serving dish and serve this delicious endive and chestnut tatin!

Enjoy your meal !

> Read also: health benefits and virtues of chicory

Video: Endives au Gratin (July 2022).


  1. Vot

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  2. Charley

    I fully share your opinion. There is something about that, and I think it's a good idea.

  3. Mathieu

    It doesn't suit me at all.

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