Crémet à la menthe

Crémet in peppermint coulis.
Les crémets d’Anjou are a minimalist French dairy dessert from Angers, an “English” Medieval castle city in the Ouest of France. Well, it’s more that England started as a suburb of Angers.
Normally the crémets are served with a fruit coulis, but they also love la menthe anglaise (there is a pun lost in translation).

Draining fromage blanc (French unsalted cottage cheese), or by default yogurt… These are honey flavored, very slightly sweetened.

In shapes, refreshed a few hours.

The sauce is made of mint, a little lettuce for more green, milled sesame for volume, a little honey. That’s deliciously refreshing.

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