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Ready in:

4 hours 11 min.

Cost:

30.5 $CA

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Starters

Four-tier glasses :

This starter recipe, served in a glass, consists of four tiers of different vegetable preparations. Each can be made the day before, and it's only the assembly that is tricky.

Ready in: 1 hour 36 min.
Cost: 4.1 $CA

Four-tier glasses

Main course

Canapés of red mullet with poppy seeds :

Tasty morsels of red mullet, fried with poppy seeds and served as canapés on toast with feta, basil and preserved tomatoes.

Ready in: 45 min.
Cost: 23.4 $CA

Canapés of red mullet with poppy seeds

Desserts

Nonettes :

Nonettes are small, jam-filled cakes from a bygone age. They originated in Dijon, where they were made by nuns (hence the name, which means "little nun" in French). The traditional version is closer to the French "pain d'épices", but this recipe has a more of a citrus flavour, made with marmalade.

Ready in: 1 hour 50 min.
Cost: 3.1 $CA

Nonettes

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