Appetizers · eggs · lunch · Main Meals · Snacks · Vegetarian

Beetroot and Goat Cheese Mini Quiches

Beetroot and Goat Cheese Mini Quiches have ruby red interior with a white center of fresh goat cheese and a cup made the “rösti way” with seasoned grated potato for an extra colorful and fun bite. When you like a combination of 2 ingredients like I do, in this case it’s beetroot and goat cheese, you need to… Continue reading Beetroot and Goat Cheese Mini Quiches

Main Meals · Vegetarian

Romanesco, Goat Cheese & Butternut Squash Risotto

A delicate vegetarian dish, filled with vitamins and resembling a mountain of little pine trees, just in time for the holidays. A risotto with romanesco broccoli, goat cheese and butternut squash with a splash of white wine and fresh thyme. This recipe came from my experiements to make a meal with that strange looking hybrid of broccoli… Continue reading Romanesco, Goat Cheese & Butternut Squash Risotto

Main Meals · Recipes · Vegetarian

Mini Ratatouille

  Ratatouille is my favorite vegetarian dish, plus it’s so easy, fast, healthy and tasty. This version is a mini version, a tower of all the ingredients topped with a Spanish style salsa verde. There are so many version of ratatouille out there, some are with capers and a touch of vinegar (caponata) or spiced… Continue reading Mini Ratatouille

eggs · lunch · Main Meals

Mini artichoke and goat cheese quiches

Mini artichoke and goat cheese quiches are sublime little soufflés, you can make a whole bunch and keep the rest for lunch the next day accompany with a nice green salad. They are as good warm or cold and terribly easy to do. I’ve done already a few types of those in previous posts, the leek mini… Continue reading Mini artichoke and goat cheese quiches

Appetizers · lunch · Salads

Persimmon, Goat cheese and Duck prosciutto Salad

Persimmon, Goat cheese, Walnut and Duck prosciutto Salad is a great fall appetizer, just in time for the Persimmon season. Those fruits are quite similar to tomato in looks, although firmer and drier, you can eat then raw, with or without the skin, dried or cooked. They are both, tomato and persimmon, considered a “berry”… Continue reading Persimmon, Goat cheese and Duck prosciutto Salad

Desserts · Snacks

Fig, honey and goat cheese popsicles

Looking for a different way to cool down this summer? Try those exquisitely smooth fig, honey and goat cheese popsicles. So easy to make, and different. I love to mix salty and sweet together, and popsicles seem to be always just on the sweet side, so why not make it a touch more interesting with… Continue reading Fig, honey and goat cheese popsicles

breakfast · eggs

The art of French Omelette making

Omelette is the French way of doing eggs, just like the Spanish have their tortilla de patata, the Italian their frittata, the Japanese their square omelette, etc. The way French makes omelette is quite a fast and precise way to make eggs, the technique can be a bit “a pain in the a..” at first, but… Continue reading The art of French Omelette making

Salads · Vegetarian

4 elements salad rule

The 4 elements salad, as the title say; is a general rule to my salads; the dressing and it’s conception have the 4 elements, which is in my opinion makes the ultimate salads. The rule for the salad itself is; a nutty touch, a juicy touch, a colorful touch and, the last but not the least, a salty creamy smooth touch.… Continue reading 4 elements salad rule

Desserts

Blueberry crunch with a goat cheese mousse

Blueberry crunch with a goat cheese mousse is an “out of the ordinary” delicious experimental dessert I’ve created, mainly because I had some leftovers of goat cheese foam from my broccoli savoury cupcakes. I’ll give 2 different versions to make the mousse; one with syphon and the other without. I know goat cheese goes perfectly… Continue reading Blueberry crunch with a goat cheese mousse

Appetizers · Salads · Vegetarian

Figs and Goat cheese salad

This salad will make you want to forget all those other salads before this one. A simple combination that makes fireworks. Like in the Ratatouille movie, when the rat melt cheese on the mushroom with the help of a lightning bolt… Some ingredients are just much better coupled and this is a good example. A melted goat… Continue reading Figs and Goat cheese salad