Cesar Salad Wrap (traditional & Thermomix)

For all fans of the delicious Cesar Salad, and most especially for the ones who love the vegetarian Cesar salad that I have on my blog, try these wraps! They are INCREDIBLE!!! Perfect for a picnic or for a quick lunch / dinner, or even for the office. The divine sauce, crunchy croûtons, fresh tomato … Continue reading Cesar Salad Wrap (traditional & Thermomix)

The perfect fresh salmon quiche with dill crust (traditional method & Thermomix)

I think I have mentioned in the past that my youngest simply adores fish and that he loves it served with broccoli. That is why I am constantly on the hunt for ideas of how to put these two together, creating delicious combinations without fuss that the whole family enjoys. As the warm days start … Continue reading The perfect fresh salmon quiche with dill crust (traditional method & Thermomix)

Light Chicken Sandwich Filler

From time to time we have leftovers from our Sunday roast chicken. That is no drama at all, rather the opposite! Perfect for the lunch box! One way to use them is my meat lover's salad, but another option is to make a lighter chicken salad to fill the sandwiches for our children's lunch boxes. … Continue reading Light Chicken Sandwich Filler

Meatlovers salad

Here's a little low-carb recipe that my family loved. I hope you like it too! Recipe Feel free to follow me on Instagram @auxdelicesdecaroline (click) and Facebook (click) Ingredients for 4 2 eggszest from a lemonsalt, pepper1 bay leafsome peppercorns2 chicken breast fillets6 slices of bacon3 tomatoes2 avocados5 tbsp of olive oil1.5 tbsp red wine … Continue reading Meatlovers salad

Spanish Tortilla

My father having grown up in Spain, I obviously often ate tortillas made by him or his siblings at home. So it's obviously part of my cooking repertoire. Quick and simple Spanish dish. Tortilla for 4 people 1 kg potatoes 2 small white onions 500 ml oil (the Spanish use olive oil but any frying … Continue reading Spanish Tortilla

French alsacian quiche ‘ADDC – style’

Another of my ADDC Style quiches is the delicious Alsatian Quiche. Popular with customers who want a meal without meat and fish, which still satisfies. Ideal in summer with a good salad. For a 29 cm quiche tin For the dough 200g flour90 g Butter cut into cubes 1 egg 2 tbsp cold water1 tbsp … Continue reading French alsacian quiche ‘ADDC – style’

Mums english sandwiches

When I was little my mother always made these absolutely divine sandwiches for us! They are exquisitely light and very very fresh thanks to the delicious ingredients. With us they are so popular that even my 4 year old who normally sulks when he sees raw vegetables eats everything on it. It is a pleasure … Continue reading Mums english sandwiches

Vegan Lemon Traybake

It can be quite difficult to find good vegan recipes in my opinion. When I finally get hold of one I am always deligthed as more and more people are vegan or intolerant / averse to animal products and therefore demand rises constantly for vegetarian or vegan products. The traybake is ideal for school functions, … Continue reading Vegan Lemon Traybake