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Ready in: 4 hours 22 min.

Cost: 15.6 € Change currency: Note : These prices are only approximate


Italian toast :

These Italian toasts are slices of fried bread with pesto, omelette and cooked tomatoes, garnished with a basil leaf.

Ready in: 49 min.
Cost: 3.1 €

Italian toast

Main course

Tagliatelle with cockles :

In this recipe, the cockles and pasta are prepared separately, then mixed with the sauce at the last minute.

The cockles are first cooked quickly, then shelled carefully (I find it unpleasant to have to do this on the plate) and the cooking juices are used to prepare a cream sauce.

The tagliatelle are cooked alongside, then the cockles are added with spring onions and the sauce.

Ready in: 2 hours 16 min.
Cost: 4.2 €

Tagliatelle with cockles


Cherry clafoutis :

A clafoutis batter and cherries lightly cooked in sugar and Kirsch, then de-stoned. The clafoutis is baked in the oven.

Ready in: 1 hour 17 min.
Cost: 8.3 €

Cherry clafoutis

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