It’s BBQ season! But instead of just roasting some meat or veggies, it’s also pretty cool and super yummy to put a pizza or a tarte flambée on your grill.
All you need is a pizza stone and you’re ready!
And here’s how I did it! You’ll see some pictures with the preparation steps below. I love my tarte flambée with an egg on it. But it’s even perfect without. Just make sure your grill stands on an even surface! The egg may run faster as you can watch… I really know what I’m talking about… 🙂
Tarte flambée dough (2 x 26 cm):
220g spelt flour
1/2 tablespoon of sea salt
100ml warm water
25g olive oil
Mix the first three ingredients and then add the liquids. Knead well until you have an elastic dough. Let the dough rest for about 30 minutes until it has doubled in size.
Topping: sour cream, spring onions, bacon, sea salt, fresh herbs like parsley and coriander, egg
Tarte flambée on the Pizza Stone. With the tray and pizza stone it’s a perfect system in preparation, grilling and even cleaning!
Put the pizza stone on the grill and heat up the grill up to a maximum level (at least 250° C). Then place the tarte flambée on the stone. Put the egg on top of the tarte. You may also add the egg after some minutes if you prefer the yolk to stay liquid. Then add the herb topping after baking so the tart will look and taste even better.
The tarte frambée from the grill with this pizza stone is so crosty and super delicious! You never get it as crosty and tasty in the oven.