This is the simplest recipe in the world. I share it with you because it's so easy and delicious it'd be a shame not to have it in your repertoire. It's basically fresh mango and a syrup (water and sugar) that you churn in an ice-cream maker. You can make it into a granita if you do not own … Read More
MY RECIPE COLLECTION
I am sharing here with you my personal recipes, some very vintage ones from my grand-mother Mamoune, some family favourite, a few new creations and my version of my favourite classics. I would be very interested to hear your thoughts, your own version!
I can hear you from here... "Oh my goodness!" Yep... This is my sour-dough starter after it's been forgotten for weeks on the bench top at room temperature. And yep... I'm still using it now. And last yep... It had happened before. Because I'm the experimenting type and because I have guts of … Read More
I've been rubbing this cake, its luscious batter and the impossibly moist texture, in the face of my poor Instagram-Story followers in the past weeks. I had many requests for the recipe so here it is! This "Scandalous over-nutted brownie with white chocolate squares" has been inspired by one of … Read More
This method is so simple, you won't forget it! This is my grand-mother's no-fail method of how to cook the perfect runny yolk egg. What makes a big difference in all the "recipes" for the perfect runny yolk egg, is that people rarely talk about the temperature of the egg before it's … Read More
This recipe is the simplest I know. It's not even a recipe. It's only a simple vinaigrette poured over boiled or steamed leeks. But it is a delicious super quick dish which my family, including the 3 kids, consider as their favourite entrée and which is also a great Parisian café classic. If you … Read More