29/05/11

Marquise Islands

This has been my very 1st Daring Bakers challenge! And I'm very late, probably too late posting...But... I had quite a lot of fun, the only down point was that the guests I served the dessert to didn't care for meringue nor english custard!! It was a bit disapointing at first but then we ended up with a lot of delicious leftovers so we made do!! Now as soon as I read this month's challenge I knew what I wanted to make: Marquise Islands Here in France marquises are most often served with "crème anglaise" a kind of light custard.... [Lire la suite]
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20/02/11

Onion and Mushroom Quiche with a Bread Crumbs Crust

For me a good quiche is about two things: A. the dough and B. the silky texture of the egg mixture In this recipe I wanted to play with the dough. I didn't want a flaky puff pastry nor the savory crumble of "pâte brisé", I wanted something... crunchy. And that is how the breadcrumbs crust was born. Incidently I also had a lot of breadcrumbs that I needed to use... The dough was made in my food processor and this is how I did it: Mix: 1 cup of chickpea flour, 1 cup of bread crumbs, 1/2 tea of salt, 1 tea of oregeno. ... [Lire la suite]
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08/05/10

Chocolate and Panacotta Pie

This recipe is very easy and very satisfing. It's a real winner, if you need to bribe somebody this will deffinetly help! Crust: Finger mix this directly in the pie pan. When it has well come together pat into place. 125g chilled butter chopped up 2.5 cups flour 1/8 tea salt 3 tbs sugar Chocolate middle: Melt the first 5 ingredients in a saucepan. When the mixture is smooth remove from the heat and whisk in the 2 eggs. Pour into the pie crust. Bake for about 20min until the chocolate bubbles and is slightly firm. Cool on a... [Lire la suite]
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