Recipes

par LeoTurbetDelof

I propose you a Christmas contest to try to win a beautiful Kitchenaid agave pastry machine! Four books are also to be won, two “Scandalously Decadent” and two “Bernard’s Kitchen”, both published by Flammarion! So there are five winners in total! Drawing on Wednesday, December 21 at 6:00 pm, to start the winter. Come quickly on this article to play and give yourself the chance to offer you beautiful Christmas gifts! 🎅🏻

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Caramel shortbread

par Bernard

An unpretentious recipe that will give you fine shortbread where the salted butter caramel sauce is part of the composition. Here I roll the dough into a ball and then cut it into thin slices. They’ll be delicious any time of day, especially if you dip them in homemade caramel sauce!

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Demonic French Toast

par Bernard

Attention, very very very good! I warn you, it’s rich, it’s outrageous, but it’s super-delicious! I propose a French toast filled with milk chocolate and praline, baked in semi-salted butter and to which I add a little salted butter caramel sauce. It’s perfect for an ultra-rewarding snack, but one slice will probably do. If it’s cold and rainy, here’s an admittedly devilish way to make it through Christmas!

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Chocolate nut brioche

par Bernard

After sharing with you my recipe for thanzong buns, I wanted to adapt it for a morning or afternoon bun, with lots of nuts and chocolate for a perfect autumnal atmosphere! The proportions are not the same and this will give you a very soft brioche, not too sweet or too buttery. It will be perfect for comforting yourself at home!

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Chocolate Mochi

par Bernard

It seems like forever since I last made mochis for the blog. I had even put some in my first book “Mes desserts” published by Flammarion in 2014. There was a time when I went to Japan 3-4 times a year, and I plan to go back to continue discovering this fascinating country. I suggest these chocolate mochis, which do not contain any bean paste. I work here in the microwave for a quick and easy result. A little treat for those who love the amazing texture of mochis!

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So, after my thangzong buns recipe, here’s the one for the chili chicken crispy burger! A real bomb of flavors and textures… I’ve eaten them several times in my life and thought it was time to post them on my food blog. A quick reminder about sriracha sauce, which is a hot sauce that is easily found in Asian grocery stores or in the Asian section of your local store.

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