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Posted by on 6 Jan 2012 in Bradley Smoker | 0 comments

Bradley Smoked Onion Tart

Bradley Smoked Onion Tart

A strong, post Christmas desire to eat simpler food drove me to try smoking the humble onion writes Sandra Tate … Enough of the turkey, potatoes cooked in goose fat, Stilton and port… let’s get back to basics. Onion is so sweet and unctuous when cooked slowly for a soup or tart – I thought it could only be improved by light smoking and the addition of some of the strong, Quickes Cheddar left over from the Christmas cheese board. These delightful tartlets are perfect as a starter, or light lunch with salad. Smoke more onions than you need and use them in soups or stews to add a smoky note to other dishes. This recipe is for individual tartlets but could, if you prefer, make a family sized tart.   Ingredients – makes 8   for the filling: 800g smoked onion, thinly sliced 30g butter 1- 2 tsp soft brown sugar 6 tbsp white balsamic vinegar 100g strong cheddar, crumbled bunch of chives, finely chopped a pinch of cayenne...

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