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3 hours 6 min.

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13.3 $

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Starters

Cocotte eggs with Comté :

A light delicious and quickly prepared dish, an easy and elegant answer to the frequent question "what are we going to eat this evening?". Here is version with Comté (a famous cheese from eastern France, like gruyère, but much better), but it can be made prepared many different ways.

Ready in: 1 hour
Cost: 5.6 $

Cocotte eggs with Comté

Main course

Sautéd mushrooms with spring onions and cured ham :

Fresh mushrooms of your choice, cooked just right, thinly sliced spring onions and morsels of cured ham. Straight from the pan to your plate.

Ready in: 49 min.
Cost: 5.6 $

Sautéd mushrooms with spring onions and cured ham

Desserts

Tart Tatin :

Tart tatin is one of the great classic desserts of French cooking. It's an apple tart cooked upside down. Apples are cooked in sugar until they caramelise. Then a circle of puff pastry is put on top, and the whole tart is baked at 356°F (180°C) for 20 minutes. To serve, the tart is turned over so that the apples are on top. Apples with caramel and crispy puff pastry taste amazing.

The classic recipe uses shortcrust pastry (pâte brisée), but in this version I prefer to use puff pastry (pâte feuilletée). It's a quite easy recipe, the only difficulty is the "turning over" of the hot tart, always a tricky moment.

Ready in: 1 hour 17 min.
Cost: 2.0 $

Tart Tatin

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