Soft and creamy onions are surrounded by a buttery crust, in this classic Alsatian French tart.
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You shouldn't necessarily have to make the crust much thinner. It is already quite a delicate crust. As for the baking time, you are correct, you will likely need to reduce the baking time slightly. Just keep an eye on things and remember to look for the signs - golden crust etc. Cheers!
I make these when dinner will be just Michel and myself. I do not really make the crust thinner. Of course, I adjust the carmelized onion recipe. I usually serve this with a roast loin of pork and whatever green is fresh at the farmers market. Just personal favorites. Plus, if I can get a hearty green into Michel verse steak and potatoes (not that I have anything against them, just not every other day) I am very, very happy.