This rustic tart from Haut-Jura has a light orange blossom flavor. It is served with the mid-afternoon coffee or after a good meal. It can be made with a pastry dough, although the traditional recipe uses a brioche dough.
Papet Jurassien and Wine
A traditional Jura Vin de Paille or other sweet dessert wine makes for a perfect grand finale to a meal. Be sure to serve the wine well chilled so that the sweetness does not overpower the dessert. As an alternative, a Crémant or full bodied Champagne will also work well with the papets egg-based filling and pie-crust.