I feel over the top while writing this blog post! As I mentioned in my previous post, my brother has come from Germany to spend his vacation with us which is one great reason. Apart from that, he also got me some lovely cheese from there which adds to the happiness. Along with the fresh mozzarella (That I used to make the Caprese salad), he also got me Camembert, young Gouda and Emmentaler. As if that wasn’t enough for me to feel ecstatic, there is another good news which is like cherry on the cake! Or rather like cheese on toast 😜
It has been a while since I shared a recipe and since I am not finding the time to make something new, I decided to share an old recipe of mine. My all time favourite spinach and corn quiche.
Galette is a term used in French cuisine to designate various types of flat round or freeform tarts. The base being usually shortcrust pastry and the filling being any fruit.
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Meringues are so unique and versatile… Made with 2 basic ingredients, it is a sure treat! I decided to give a slight middle eastern twist to my meringues by combining the middle eastern flavours of pomegranate, rose and pistachios. And the result, a modern twist on the age-old french classic. 🙂
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I think most of us would have seen the movie Ratatouille! It became iconic for it’s tagline- “Anyone can cook”. Completely inspired by Remy the rat’s version of France’s famous dish, I came up with this. It is a celebration of seasonal, fresh vegetables and it really reflects in the taste. The flavours are simple, the technique is simple but the taste is sophisticated. I just love it when simple things give us so much pleasure! 🙂
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