rôti de porc à la française

Roast Pork à la française

This is a very French and extraordinary roast pork with an extraordinary and light sauce! It’s cooked on top of veggies (carrots, onions and garlic) with white wine, thyme and bay leaf :-) Thanks to its way of cooking, it’s moist and tender and above all easy to make! It really worth the detour!

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Lamb shoulder the Moroccan way by Paul Bocuse

Lamb shoulder the Moroccan way by Paul Bocuse

This lamb shoulder comes from the great French Chef called Paul Bocuse who was elected the best Chef in the world by Americans! It’s cooked into a paste of spices (paprika, cumin, curry) with rosemary or thyme and garlic! At the end of cooking, it’s glazed and caramelized with a mix of cooking juice, beer and honey! It’s perfect for a dinner with friends or even for you alone!

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Shrimps à la créole

Shrimps à la créole

These shrimps à la creole are very special because they couple well tomato puree and lime (juice and zest)! Seeing these two ingredients together we might think they will not match, but this is not true, they go very well together! Besides onions, garlic and red peppers that give some extra taste there is also thyme, bay leaf and some chili that bring even more flavor! On top we grate a little bit of nutmeg and thus we create a wonderful sauce that goes very well with pasta or rice! You need to try it to see for yourself!

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vial with lemon confit

Veal with lemon confit

This veal with lemon confit has a multitude of ingredients (onions, garlic, carrots, honey, wine, orange juice and zest, thyme, bay leaf and of course lemon confit) that create a symphony of flavors! It’s really good and quick to make! Don’t miss the opportunity to taste it :-)

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