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Last modified on: June 22th 2019

Ready in: 4 hours 11 min.

Cost: 21.7 € Change currency: Note : These prices are only approximate


Eggs with mayonnaise :

Simply known as "œufs-mayo" in French bistros, these hard-boiled eggs are garnished with mayonnaise and are best served with sharply flavoured crudités to balance their creaminess. For this recipe, I have chosen a salad of grated carrot with shallot.

Ready in: 33 min.
Cost: 5.0 €

Eggs with mayonnaise

Main course

Kérinou slices :

These toasted slices are topped with sautéed vegetables (courgette and mushrooms), covered with a slice of smoked ham and then slivers of cheese.

Once the cheese is melted and browned in the oven, the slices should be served piping hot.

Ready in: 58 min.
Cost: 10.3 €

Kérinou slices


Buckwheat almond biscuits :

In this sweet biscuit recipe, some of the normal wheat flour is replaced with buckwheat flour and ground almonds. This gives them a very distinctive flavour.

Ready in: 2 hours 40 min.
Cost: 6.4 €

Buckwheat almond biscuits

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