I found this recipe for an onion tart on CiaoItalia.com and tucked it away last summer, but it got lost in my ever-growing stack of recipes that I want to try. I had some onions that I needed to use, so I remembered this recipe and pulled it out of my stack. And, boy, am I glad that I did. This recipe was super easy to make, it calls for simple ingredients that are readily available, it looks gorgeous, and it tastes even better. It has a subtle flavor that would satisfy even picky eaters and could be served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, plus it heats up in the microwave (1 minute per slice) beautifully. I served this onion tart for lunch yesterday with a side salad and then popped it into the microwave and ate it again for breakfast this morning with a cup of coffee–it was that good. Get the recipe here. Doesn’t this look great?
10 thoughts on “Onion Tart (Torta di Cipolla)”
Beautiful food photography. It looks delicious.
Thank you, Pat. I’ve been working on improving my photography.
Oh this looks So yummy!!
It is really good, and so quick and easy. The asiago cheese on the top is the best part.
oh this looks wonderful..what a nice lunch this would make..i love how your paired it with a simple salad.. lovely post..sarah
I’ve made this onion tart twice, and both times it was picture perfect and delicious. You could make in mini tart pans and serve it as an appetizer, too.
This would make a great breakfast dish for company served with fresh fruit.
Looks lovely. Is it good cold too?
I haven’t tried it cold, but I would imagine it’s good served cold, too.