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Passion fruit jellies
Passion fruit jellies
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Usually to make fruit jellies or (fruit "paste"), it's like jam but you need to cook fruit pulp and sugar much longer. Unfortunately, this long cooking is bad for both vitamins and flavour. In this recipe we use a special jam gelling agent, to reduce cooking time as much as possible .
287K4 2 hours 30 min. July 4th 2018
Vanilla sugar
Vanilla sugar
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Almost essential in patisserie, you can find it in expensive little sachets of about 10g. It's necessary to distinguish between the vanilla sugar which really contains vanilla, and vanillin sugar, purely chemical which has never seen a vanilla pod. Here is how to quickly make a whole jar full of...
367K 15 26 min. August 12th 2018
Surprise bread
Surprise bread
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This recipe is for a large surprise bread so you can make six layers (48 small sandwiches if you divide each layer in 8), with three different flavours: smoked salmon/lime, smoked ham/butter, mayonnaise/chicken.
613K 84.5 6 hours 24 min. December 27th 2020
Potato tortilla (Spanish omelette)
Potato tortilla (Spanish omelette)
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Tortilla is a recipe from Spain, which can be eat hot or cold. It's a kind of omelette, with several ingredients, in this recipe potatoes, onion and smoked ham. Ingredients are cooked first, then mixed with egg, to make a tortilla which is cooked on both sides.
264K 34 1 hour 17 min. February 21th 2011
Stewed apricots
Stewed apricots
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Here is how to make delicious stewed apricots, both an easy and a more sophisticated way.
643K 143.8 1 hour 25 min. August 13th 2014
Eggs Benedict
Eggs Benedict
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Soft-boiled eggs, served on toast with a slice of fried smoked ham, and the whole covered with Hollandaise sauce.
195K4 1 hour 4 min. August 8th 2018
Stewed plums
Stewed plums
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Quick and simple, stewed plums can also be spread like jam.
405K2.6 38 min. June 27th 2010
Quick bramble jelly
Quick bramble jelly
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Fruit jelly is jam made with the juice only. All the skin and seeds are strained out, which gives a very smooth texture. Here's a quick recipe which will give you an excellent jelly, and which keeps the full flavour of the blackberries thanks to its very brief cooking.
231K4.2 47 min. July 5th 2013
Jam doughnuts
Jam doughnuts
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These were originally a traditional German treat (Berliner Pfannkuchen in German): big fried doughnuts filled with jam and sprinkled with icing sugar.
132K4.5 4 hours 23 min. May 27th 2011
Don't throw apricot stones away
Don't throw apricot stones away
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You might not think so to look at them, but apricot stones contain an edible kernel which you can use in your recipes. Here is how to extract them.
160K3.5 18 min. August 13th 2014
Dublin fruit scones
Dublin fruit scones
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Scones originated in Britain and Ireland. The Irish version is often made plain and traditionally served with tea. Scones are more of a bread than a cake, eaten split in half and spread with butter or jam, for example. There are also sweeter versions and scones with dried fruit, like the ones I have...
90K4.2 48 min. September 12th 2018
Little Christmas biscuits
Little Christmas biscuits
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These little chocolate biscuits are decorated with marzipan. They are ideal to accompany a festive dessert.
70K 24.2 2 hours 41 min. December 23th 2012
Doughnuts
Doughnuts
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Ring doughnuts are a traditional American treat. In the United States they are part of the culture and come plain or with lots of different icings and toppings. Here is a recipe for plain doughnuts to which you can add your own choice of icing.
80K4.7 3 hours 13 min. September 22th 2013
Nonettes
Nonettes
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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.
66K4.4 1 hour 50 min. June 2nd 2015
Quick orange marmalade
Quick orange marmalade
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Just oranges (organic) and sugar in this simplified marmalade recipe.
115K3.9 1 hour 11 min. February 26th 2014
Cajun pork with rice.
Cajun pork with rice.
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In Cajun cooking, rice dishes with meat, like the famous jambalaya, take pride of place. Here is a simplified version using marinated pork.
20K 2 hours 27 min. May 6th 2020
Santiago Cake
Santiago Cake
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Santiago cake (or Torta de Santiago) has a lovely moist texture. It is made with almonds and lemon and contains no butter or flour. This Spanish speciality from Galicia is still often decorated with the cross of St James.
45K5 52 min. April 24th 2016
Linzer torte
Linzer torte
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Linzer torte, or tart from Linz (Austria), has a cinnamon-flavoured crust filled with raspberry jam. The special and rather crumbly sweet pastry used for the case is made with cinnamon, ground almonds and the yolks of hard-boiled eggs. There are many different versions. In this rather unusual one,...
28K4.7 1 hour 5 min. November 27th 2016
Cramique
Cramique
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Cramique is a kind of brioche from Belgium and northern France, made with raisins and pearl (or nib) sugar. It is traditionally served sliced with butter and jam.
34K 13 hours 55 min. September 12th 2018
Windfall apple jelly
Windfall apple jelly
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This jelly is an excellent way to make use of all those unripe apples that have dropped off the tree. They (or rather, their juice) makes a delicious jelly with a very delicate flavour. As these apples are green and generally tart, we need to use a little more gelling agent than for a normal jelly...
61K5 58 min. August 19th 2021
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The time of the jams
The time of the jams
We are well into summer as I write this, and this is the time when most of the fruit is giving or about to give in full. And for many of us, it will also be the time for jams and jellies, one of the best ways to preserve fruit for the next winter.
18K3.8 July 12th 2021
Foie gras service
Foie gras service
For the upcoming christmas meals you too may be sacrificing to the tradition of foie gras? If so, I suggest you take a look at everything that revolves around serving foie gras: how to serve it, and what to eat and drink with it.
5,9334.5 December 23th 2017
Fruits and their syrup
Fruits and their syrup
As I write these lines, we are finally in the summer, the holidays are approaching, and above all, the fruits are pouring onto the market stalls, if they are ripe, it's time to enjoy them to the full! .
3,3953.8 July 24th 2019
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Glaze (with apricot jelly)
Glaze (with apricot jelly)
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Glazing a tart or cake with a little apricot jelly (using a brush) to make it glossy and appetising.
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Skimmer
Skimmer
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Used for removing the froth that forms on top of some liquids during cooking like soups, stock, jams, etc. Sometimes it's used for removing something from liquid, like vegetables in water for example, but this is not the ideal tool, it's better to use an araignée (spider).
108K
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jam gelling agent
jam gelling agent
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Commercial jam jellies are mainly composed of fruit pectin (usually apples), and sold as a neutral-coloured powder.
108K
apricot glaze
apricot glaze
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Apricot glaze is an apricot jelly (strained jam), used to coat tarts, to protect them from the air and give them a glossy appearance.
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