Gluten-free Tomato, Feta and Thyme Savoury Tart Tatin Pie



A slice of this tomato, feta and thyme savoury tart tatin on a short crust pastry base makes for a perfect lunch! 

The tomatoes must be ripe with fresh thyme  for maximum taste.


4-6 Servings


45 Minutes


20 Minutes


1  x shortcrust pastry tart base

For the Filling

  • 300g cherry tomatoes, sliced in half 

  • 2 Tbsp Greek extra virgin olive oil

  • 2 medium red onions, finely diced

  • 1 clove garlic, minced

  • a few sprigs fresh thyme

  • 200g feta cheese, crumbled

  • Sea salt and pepper, to taste


  1. Make the tart dough. Shape into a disk, wrap and place in the fridge for 30 minutes or can be made ahead of time up to 2 days.

  2. In a medium frying pan, add the olive oil and sauté the onions, garlic and the leaves of a few sprigs of thyme on low heat until caramelised and fragrant. Transfer to a bowl.

  3. In the same pan, place the tomatoes in an even layer, add sea salt and pepper to taste and fry on medium for a few minutes until they begin to blister. Remove from heat.

  4. Grease a tart tin or skillet pan with olive oil and place the tomatoes sliced side up/ visible (so when it's flipped over the rounded skin side is visible).

  5. Layer the onion mixture over the tomatoes.

  6. Crumble the feta evenly over the onions.

  7. Preheat the oven to 180°C.

  8. Lightly flour the dough and roll out between baking paper (it makes it easer to transfer later) to approx 4mm thickness and a bit wider than your tart case/ skillet pan. Remove the top layer of the baking paper (if using).

  9. Place the pastry over the tart case/ skillet pan, peel the back layer of the baking paper (if using) then tuck the edges into the pan to fully cover the tomatoes.

  10. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until crust is golden brown.

  11. Allow to cool in the pan for 10 minutes, then flip upside down onto a large plate. 

  12. Top with remaining fresh thyme and a drizzle of Greek evtra virgin olive oil before serving.



Tomatoes - are a good source of vitamin C and potassium, and rich in lycopene, a natural antioxidant that gives tomatoes their nice red colour. It can help improve heart health, lower risk of cancer and great for skin and vision. (Source)

Greek extra virgin olive oil - specifically Greek oil, has the lowest acidity (approximately 0.5%) and is packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Benefits may include anti-inflammatory properties, lowering cholesterol and blood pressure and improves bone calcification. (Source)

Red onion - nutrient dense, meaning they're low in calories but high in vitamins and minerals. Red onions are rich in anthocyanin, which are powerful plant pigments that may protect against heart disease, certain cancers and diabetes. (Source)

Garlic - contains antioxidants that protect against cell damage and ageing, helps improve blood pressure, cholesterol and bone health. (Source)

Thyme - The Ancient Greeks associated Thyme with courage, bravery and strength. They burned bundles of thyme to purify their temples and homes, and to evoke a spirit of courage in those who inhaled it. In modern times, we know it is a rich source of several essential vitamins and it is also a great source of calcium, iron, manganese, selenium, and potassium. Thyme contains antiseptic, antiviral, antibacterial, carminative, diaphoretic, and expectorant properties which supports healing throughout the entire body. (Source)

a good source of calcium, phosphorus and protein, all of which have been proven to promote bone health. (Source)


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  • Many of my recipes call for Greek products like Greek extra virgin olive oil, Greek honey or Greek oregano. It is not mandatory for it to be Greek in order to make the recipe, you are more than welcome to use a good quality alternative; just keep in mind if you are after the authentic flavours of Greece these details do make all the difference in Greek cuisine. You can shop these ingredients here.​

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  • Disclaimer: None of the health benefits listed are intended to diagnose or treat any pre-existing health conditions. Always consult a health care practitioner before making any health decisions. The benefits listed are from my own research and personal interest, and encourage you to follow the Source and do further research.


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