In April, that was buzzed…

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Pinterest April Album
and from today follow the next :
May album

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Green Green Green

Pomelo and sea grape temaki-zushi (green sushi cones)
Veg veg burgers, and Bulldog sauce
Tartine de printemps (country bread fresh sands)

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Herbs and pesto

Sage pesto and coconut cream ballerina pasta
Mint cha gio, green Spring rolls
Shiso pesto

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Tofu dishes

Sesame sweet and sour tofu
Tofu, natto and green caviar sea grapes
Tofu manju in ankake
Tofu compil’

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Korean

Namul, Koreanizing the veggies
Bibimbap
Chigae red velvet soup
Korean compil’

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Juices

Burning strawberry dew
Green juice

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Salty caramel

salty caramel filled chocolates
‘caramel salé’ spread

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Nancy, Lorraine…

Le Nancy. Grandma’s so soft chocolate cake.
Gâteau de Metz (rival chocolate cake)
Tarte flambée, Lorraine’s pizza
petite madeleine lorraine
Savarins
Stohrer’s baba

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Braised radicchio, sage rolled fluffy frittata

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That’s a long tittle, but I think that explains the concept. Yet, it’s not complete as the frittata is filled with creamy cheezy sauce.
Then as I had a lot, I’ve served also some braised radicchio as a side with Bulldog sauce (Japanese fruity Worcester).

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A radicchio. Slice it and braise it in a little olive oil, till it caramelizes :

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Braised radicchio.

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Sage flavored fluffy frittata :
Blend 1/4 cup water with a dozen of leaves of fresh sage roughly cut. Add an egg and 2 tbs of potato starch, a little salt. Blend again. Cook the foamy mix both sides in a small frying pan. It’s about 1/2 cm thick. You will enjoy a sage fragrance in the air while it cooks.

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My fav’ creamy cheezy sauce. I’ve cooked it 2 minutes to take away excess alcohol contained in the sakekasu (sake lees) and added a little sugar.

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The crepe is filled with the veggies, the sauce, rolled. Reheated and cut.

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Sage pesto and coconut cream ballerina pasta

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Ballerina pasta dancing in coconut with sweet onions, mushrooms and fresh green pesto. The color of this humble pesto is light but the taste of sage is very present.

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I had a few leaves of fresh sage, so that I immediately thought about pasta.

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I simply stir-fried new onion and maitake mushrooms in coconut cream, added pepper, the al-dente pasta.

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For the pesto, I pounded sage leaves in a mortar, added salt and some coconut sauce from the pan to make it liquid.

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The pasta, served with the pesto in its mortar.

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The side dish is natto, mizuna greens with bough soy bean sprout kimchi.

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Galette du jour : Herbs and beans.


Another fresh galette meal.

Azuki, chick peas, sweet corn, mustard greens…

Tahini. Served with “garden” fresh herb mix.

For more, click here (on text) :

other galettes du jour

crepe compil’

Creamy bean gratin

Many veggies around a hot gratin. Another easy lunch.

2 servings of (frozen) white beans as a base. Plus tomato paste, garlic, sage, silky tofu. On top, parmesan cheese and olive oil.

Simple one ingredient recipe : small Japanese turnips. And that’s all.

They get dried and slightly “burnt” first. The juice caramelised and gave them a sweet taste.

I should get more leafy greens no ? Oh, an idea :

Express kale soup (powder for smoothies) with South-Asian spices : galangal, lemon grass, leafs of citrus.