Tartinette Recipes by Chef Armand Arnal of Maman Toronto

Michelin-starred Chef Armand Arnal Tartinette Recipes

Chef Armand Arnal of Maman Toronto sent us these great tartinette recipes that are perfect for your next home gathering. Grab a baguette and top them with these easy to make ingredients for some tasty treats.

Maman Toronto is a french café and bakery located inside the First Canadian Place building in the financial district.

Jambon de Bayonne with Sundried Tomato
Yields 10 pieces


• ½ Loaf of Baguette Bread
• 10 Slices of Jambon de Bayonne
• 6 Tbps of Sundried Tomatoes
• 1 Garlic Clove
• Olive Oil


Rub the outside of the bread with the garlic clove.
Slice baguette into 10 slices (0.5 inch) and drizzle each slice with olive oil.
Toast one side in the oven for 2-3 minutes.
Place sundried tomatoes on each slice of toast.
Top each slice of toast with a slice of Jambon de Bayonne.

Maman’s Roasted Cauliflower with Aged Cheddar
Yields 10 pieces


• ½ Loaf of Baguette Bread
• Olive Oil
• 1 Garlic Clove
• 1/3 of a Medium-sized Cauliflower Head
• 2 Tsp of Butter
• Salt and Pepper
• Savora mustard
• 10 slices of 2-year old cheddar


-Preheat oven to 400°F.
-Rub the garlic clove on the outer crust of the baguette.
-Slice the bread into 10 slices (not too thin).
-Drizzle each slice with olive oil and toast one side for 2 to 3 minutes in the oven.

-Steam the cauliflower for 10 minutes and cut florets from head.
-Combine butter, steamed cauliflower with salt and pepper to taste in a baking dish.
-Put the dish in the oven at 400°F for 10 other minutes.
-Assemble by spread some Savora mustard on a slice of toast, roasted cauliflower and top with a slide of cheddar.


Check out Maman Toronto’s website for more info – http://mamantoronto.com



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