Slow morning in a very nice hotel in the heart of Stockholm. The Sparrow is situated near the beautiful National Library and many great shops and restaurants.
Whether it's for business or a romantic stay, I always enjoy a long breakfast and I taste almost everything that is served!
I fell in love with this tomato tart and we were happy to stay one more night. I wanted to believe that we stayed for this superb, incredible tasting tart, but the coming storm was the actual reason :)
This time our daughter Alessia was also traveling with us, so our joy was triple!
As soon as I got home, I had to try a version of the tart.
Rock and Roll like this:
Preheat the oven to 200C
Puff Pastry (You will find it in the freezer section). It is a light, flaky pastry made with lots of butter.
Slice the tomatoes as thin as possible and let them drain on a couple of layers of paper towels. Give the tomatoes a nice shower of salt and pepper.
Roll the dough between two parchment papers.
Mix in a bowl the creamy cheese, parmesan, salt, and pepper. I keep it simple but you can also mix some pesto in it.
Cover the crust with a layer of creamy cheese and tomatoes.
Bake for 20 minutes or until golden.
After it has cooled you can give it a sprinkle of some fresh tarragon. Tarragon has a hint of bitterness and sweetness, licorice and vanilla. It is one of my favorite herbs!
Enjoy the tomato tart with your family and friends :)