Again another great salad. Green asparagus with ham. And a lot of tomatoes and cucumber. Some green and black olives. And boiled potatoes with shallot, chives and mayonnaise. A dish full of taste and full of flavours. I love this sunny summer time! Fingers crossed for Saturday… wedding day is coming and I do hope it’ll be a day full of sunshine and joy xxx
Preparing tonight’s dinner. A lovely piece of pork fillet. On its best when fried in olive oil in a frying pan. And do not forget the shallot for extra flavour.
I use the olive oil with garlic from the « taste of inspirations » collection @Delhaize. Small bottles, different tastes, perfect for salads and/or for frying in a frying pan. You can find them with basil, lemon, peppers, walnuts, hazelnuts,…
This is a refreshing dinner, perfect after a sunny day. Quickly ready, ideal after a working day. Every one is happy in the house!
Ingredients for the green salad: shallot, green lettuce, cucumber and chives. Or you can go for a vinaigrette or simply use mayonnaise like I did.
The potatoes are first boiled in salted water and then fried in quite what olive oil in a frying pan. Add onions and red peppers and let fry for half an hour.
The chicken can or be boiled in water or be grilled on a grill. Avoid to fry it in a frying pan as we used already a lot of olive oil for the potatoes. And don’t forget, we try to eat healthy as our wedding day is coming soon…
Probably the most famous french vegetarian dish. Full of flavours, healthy as can be.
My ingredients: aubergine, courgette, sweet red pepper (original recipe: red or yellow peppers), shallot (original recipe: onion), veal stock (original recipe: red wine vinegar), tomatoes and some herbs: rosemary and bay leaf (original recipe: basil).
Fry some olive oil in a frying pan, add the vegetables and the herbs, a bit of sugar and let stir for 30-40 minutes.
Gnocchi with smoked bacon in « my secret sauce ».
Looks familiar to what we call a bolognaise sauce but has its own specific ingredients… Instead of minced beef, I use smoked bacon stripes. Instead of normal tomatoes, I use cherry tomatoes. Beside the tomato puree, I also add white wine and brow veal stock. Could sound like a strange combination, but you need to try it out. Once all ingredients are added in the frying pan (see recipe below), let simmer for 20 to 30 minutes.
Typical lunch: a fresh salad – with cherry tomatoes, red onion and chives – and a shrimp croquette. As dressing for the salad I’ve mixed some salad oil with champagne vinegar. Delightful!