Tartifle refers to the potato in the Ardèche occitan dialect which is used in two (2) dishes that are typical of the Ardèche department of France: Crique and Bombine. A crique is a flat cake made from grated potato with salt and pepper and cooked in a frying pan in a little butter. Ardèche is a department in south-central France - in Rhones Alpes Region.

Related Articles

Potato Bread ■■■■■■
Potato Bread is one of the traditional dishes from Ireland that can be eaten cold or cooked in bacon . . . Read More
Bibeleskas ■■■■■
Bibeleskas refers to an Alsacian specialty, an appetizer which is made with a soft white cheese called . . . Read More
Cottage Soup ■■■■■
Cottage Soup refers to the Irish meatless vegetable soup seasoned with salt and pepper and a dab of butter, . . . Read More
Langos ■■■■■
Langos also spelled Lángos refers to a fried dough from Hungary that is served with sweet or savory . . . Read More
Etouffer ■■■■
Etouffer also known as Etuver is a French culinary terma French method of cooking dish in a tight close . . . Read More
Puto ■■■■
Puto is a filipino term for steamed rice cake. Puto is a traditional Filipino steamed rice cake that . . . Read More
Cassava Cake / Bibingkang Kamoteng Kahoy ■■■■
Cassava Cake / Bibingkang Kamoteng Kahoy: Cassava Cake refers to a Filipino sweets/ desserts made from . . . Read More
Tri-Tri Cakes ■■■■
Tri-Tri Cakes refer to one of St. Vincent and the Grenadines dishes which is made with Tri-Tri as the . . . Read More
Street Foods of Italy ■■■■
The following are some of the Street Foods of Italy: 1. Focaccia Genovese is a flat oven-baked bread . . . Read More
Halim / Haleem ■■■■
Halim / Haleem: Halim refers to a savory wheat porridge which is prepared with wheat grains, boiled meats . . . Read More