Vegan Buddha Bowl

Another recipe that I loved when I was a student was the Energy Salad with its light dressing by Harvey Diamond. As mentioned in the recipe of the garlic green beans, I was really a huge fan. Well this actually this salad succeeded even to make a salad eater out of my husband when we … Continue reading Vegan Buddha Bowl

Italian Quiche ‘ADDC Style’

Quiches are a big part of French cuisine. Especially in the summer, which I always spend with my family-in-law in southwestern France, I make quiches several times a week. There are an infinite number of variants, everyone can create their own. Here I share the recipe of my Italian quiche with you, a quiche that … Continue reading Italian Quiche ‘ADDC Style’

Beetroot Carpaccio

The beetroot carpaccio that I will make for myself, as a flexitarian, as a starter at Christmas while my in-laws eat oysters. I use my special Mandoline V to cut thin slices of the beetrote and give an additional colour boost to the grilled cheese with my chalumeau! It's a vegetarian appetizer which is beautiful … Continue reading Beetroot Carpaccio

White Chocolate mousse with raspberry compote and cinnamon crunch

My sons love white chocolate. Therefore, a recipe specifically for them. Ideal for preparing the day before. A stress-free and elegant dessert! Perfect here for my Christmas lunch with good girlfriends! Recipe White Chocolate mousse with raspberry compote and cinnamon crunch For 4 people CHOCOLATE MOUSSE75 g white chocolate150 ml of cream1 eggZest of 1 … Continue reading White Chocolate mousse with raspberry compote and cinnamon crunch

Vegetable and Lentil Purée for all ages

I wanted to share a recipe for baby puree with you that I prepared for my eldest son for the first time 15 years ago. This purée was so successful in the whole family that I noted it down in my little cookbook. After the visit of my little nephew I told myself that this … Continue reading Vegetable and Lentil Purée for all ages

Spinach-Ricotta Cannelloni

One of my favorite vegetarian dishes is Cannelloni with spinach and ricotta! It's easy to do, does not take a lot of time to prepare, can be done in advance and it's great to have in the freezer if you do not have time to prepare a meal. The acidity of tomatoes, together with the … Continue reading Spinach-Ricotta Cannelloni

Spaghetti con Scampi e Zucchini

The perfect Istrian Pasta recipe with a sauce unlike many others. Light and fresh with only 3 main ingredients. This recipe, discovered at Harrys Bar, one of Venises' most famous restaurants, takes full advantage of seasonal lightly sweet courgettes, fresh pliable and soft scampi and the fruity, nutty taste of Parmesan Cheese. Like most of … Continue reading Spaghetti con Scampi e Zucchini

Bavarian Plum Sheet Cake

Zwetschgendatschi is a south-german speciality, most specifically from Augsburg in Bavaria. It's a sheet cake made from yeast dough that is thinly spread on a baking sheet generously covered with pitted plums. As my family used to live in Bavaria when I was little we made Zwetschgendatschi on a regular basis. Big sheets of this … Continue reading Bavarian Plum Sheet Cake

Caro’s Bruschetta

One of my extended familys favourite starters are my Bruschetta! There are many ways to make these delicious Italian antipasti, but after having tried many ways of preparing Bruschette, I find that this one is my personal favourite. It's very easily done, can be prepared partly in advance, but has to be assembled at the last … Continue reading Caro’s Bruschetta

Vegetarian Cesar Salad

Last year I discorvered one of the best recipes of Cesar Salad I have ever tasted on the French Cooking Site Marmiton. I have made it quite regulary since, especially for picnics or summer lunches! My Cookbook: Dinner is ready! If you are always looking for tasty, simple and inexpensive everyday recipes, you should take … Continue reading Vegetarian Cesar Salad