Precise chocolate icing (Traditional & Thermomix)

One of my favorite chocolate glazes is this precise version, which envelops the cake smoothly and perfectly. I found this mould here. Ingredients 1 marble cake250 g milk chocolate or dark chocolate, but I admit that I prefer milk chocolate here as an exception25 g neutral oil I baked my marble cake in a silicone … Continue reading Precise chocolate icing (Traditional & Thermomix)

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

Pasta Bolognese

A very classic recipe that I use when I really want to treat my family to pure comfortfood is the pasta bolognese. Here I am talking about the real bolognese sauce and not the 6 vegetable bolognese sauce. There is a reason that it is so popular but many people are afraid to give it … Continue reading Pasta Bolognese

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’

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’

Vichyssoise soup – french cold potato-leek soup

The Vichyssoise is an excellent soup for hot days because it is one of those soups that is savored cold, comme for example the Gaspacho, although it's also delicious hot. The Vichyssoise was created at the start of the 20th century by a Frenchman in New York for the opening of the Ritz Charlton's outdoor … Continue reading Vichyssoise soup – french cold potato-leek soup

Blueberry Swiss Role

With a little more training of the jam Swiss Role there are a multitude of recipes that can made based on it. One very refreshing cake that I really like is the Blueberry Swiss Role. Very little sugar and fresh, I also love its beautiful colors. Make the Swiss Role according to the basic recipe. … Continue reading Blueberry Swiss Role

Provencal tomatoes

An excellent side dish for lots of meals are the Provencal tomatoes 😍 easy to make, delicious to eat! I've been doing them for years and it's always a celebration of meals in the sun ❤️☀️ Unforgettable memories of our first 6 months of marriage where we lived in Marseille and we discovered the region … Continue reading Provencal tomatoes

Marinated eggs (& natural colours)

Easter is fast approaching and some will want to think about preparing for it. Having always imported my dyes from Austria or Germany to color my hard boiled eggs for Easter, this year it is not possible because of the global pandemic. For more natural dyes see picture below. As I will not spend my … Continue reading Marinated eggs (& natural colours)