I have been a total fan of sushi, sashimi, maki, temaki etc. for a long time. Even if of course the expertise is reserved to real professionals, we can still enjoy at home with temaki ready in less than an hour for a meal that will make your taste buds travel! You can of course adapt it to your desires and put the fish and garnish you prefer!
Amazing cookies, with a fresh and pronounced lemon flavor. I also put a little olive oil and toasted almond powder. The result is very tasty and will delight you! As usual with these cakes, they will be ready in no time and will keep for at least a week in the refrigerator, well wrapped.
Here is a Greek cake full of sunshine and flavors! Its main ingredients are the orange and the filo pastry, which must be left to dry an hour before, in order to reduce it to pieces. Very simple to make, it has a rather incredible consistency thanks to the filo pastry and the traditional addition of syrup full of orange zest. Obviously it’s a fairly rich cake, but so good, especially since it’s occasional! I can only recommend that you take the time to squeeze the oranges to obtain a fresh juice, the dessert will only be better.
A smooth and shiny coffee cream, with a perfect hold, here is the promise of this recipe! With only 4 ingredients. I offered you my creamy chocolate cream recipe and many of you asked me for the coffee one. I had to do some tests, because without the chocolate and its cocoa butter which gives a nice texture, the recipe does not work the same way. It’s done and you can of course adapt it without coffee, but with vanilla!
I was recently offered a collaboration with comme-a-la-boucherie.com, an online family butcher (the Dubois family) based in Rungis. The principle is simple: you order and you receive the order anywhere in France in insulated boxes for absolute cold chain security. All meats are offered, but also exceptional meats or charcuterie. As we are approaching Pentecost, I offer you an Italian veal recipe, the famous saltimbocca! Literally “jumping in the mouth”, this apparently very simple dish (almost too simple?) is in fact an absolute delight. Raw ham, sage and white wine combine wonderfully to create an explosive dish of flavors.
I recently made myself some scones for breakfast, this time with orange and cranberries. They’re buttery as hell, not very sweet, and are crisp on the outside, rich and airy on the inside. The flavors of the orange zest and butter work wonderfully with the softness of the cranberries. Just remember to put the butter in the freezer a little earlier so that the scones are as good as possible!