Articles in Category: Provence
A very tasty, bite size savoury appetizer which is packed with flavour. A good way of using up the variety of herbs which you have in your garden. Once again, a satisfying feeling to look down onto the mixture in the bowl and know that everything you see there has come from your own garden. If you don’t have all of the herbs listed, it doesn’t matter, you can use dried herbs instead.
When using dried herbs, remember to halve the quantity because they tend to be much stronger when dried.
What seems to look like a simple lemon tart, is very tasty and the filling is so silky smooth. Don’t be put off by the number of ingredients, it looks like a never ending list which seems a bit overwhelming for such a simple dessert.
What a wonderful way to use up the herbs from your garden. This herb butter is so simple, tasty, and it will keep in the freezer for later use, either on fish, meat, sauces or on warm bread.
The word roulade stems from the French term for rolling meat or pastry around a savoury or sweet filling. In this case we have a salmon based filling which is wrapped with a spinach and egg roulade.
France is renowned all over the world for its beautiful tasty cheeses. Because there are so many different cheeses in France, entertaining at home always includes a variety of cheeses. Here we have a mixture of three cheeses, blended with a few herbs, and rolled into a ball or shaped into a log form. This is a wonderful appetizer which can be prepared 2 days in advance.
A very tasty side dish to have with any meal, particularly with meat. This roasted onion holds together very well when you cut through it. While the outside has a charred bacon taste and a crispy topping, the inside is creamy and full of flavour.