Articles in Category: Provence
This can be used on biscuits as a spread, and also goes well with soft cheeses.
The French use seasonal vegetables to create their “stews”, and here we have a collection of their Spring vegetables.
These ingredients come together to create an amazingly flavoursome dish.
Here is an old fashioned French dessert which has only a few ingredients. It consists of a fluffy steamed meringue which floats on a bed of light vanilla custard. This is traditionally topped with caramel sauce, roasted almonds and berries.
Salmon remains the most popular fish for French consumers, with smoked salmon swimming ahead of fresh and frozen product. It is the number one fish eaten by the French.
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.