Recipe

Banana Milkshake

Milkshake

I prefer thicker milkshakes. So if you prefer more liquid ones, replace a little bit of ice cream by some cool milk.


Ingredients for 500 ml:

  • 10 cl of frozen milk (that the secret of a good milk shake)
  • 4 balls of ice cream (the more plain and creamy your ice cream is, the better the milkshake will be)
  • 1 banana
  • Some cool milk if you need

  1. Slice the banana to make it easier to blend
  2. In a blender, put the ice cream and the banana and blend it smooth
  3. Add the frozen milk and blend it again

It’s ready! The little pieces of frozen milk keep the milkshake cold and have a nice feeling on the tongue 😉

Enjoy.

PS: I am being told that you can add some peanut butter too to have the ultimate milkshake.

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Chorizo Scrambled Eggs

Chorizo scrambled

This is a pretty simple recipe for breakfast but it is so yummy on a week-end breakfast or brunch.


Ingredients for one portion:

  • 2 eggs
  • Milk
  • 100 gr of chorizo
  • 1 little onion
  • Cayenne pepper
  • Pepper

  1. In a bowl, beat the 2 eggs with a dash of milk. You can add a little bit of black pepper too, but there is no need for salt since chorizo is salty.
  2. Dice the onion and the chorizo in 5mm pieces.
  3. Pour some oil in a pan, add the onion and put the pan on medium-high heat. It’s better to put the onion in a cold pan so it cooks slowly and does not burn.
  4. When the onion begins to be translucent, add the chorizo and cook it for 2 minutes.
  5. Finally add the eggs, and keep mixing it with a spatula until the eggs get the consistency that you like.
  6. Add a little bit of cayenne pepper if you want more heat.

Bon appétit 😉

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Poutine des Brasseurs

Poutine des brasseurs

It is perfect in winter to warm up, and it is perfect with some cold beer. I tried this dish in a restaurant in Lausanne, and I just loved it. So I tried to redo it at home and it went pretty well. 🙂


Ingredients for 4 servings:

  • 12 merguez sausages (spicy sausages)
  • 12 middle sized potatoes
  • 6 tablespoons of barbecue sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of sweet and sour sauce
  • Half of a tablespoon of soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon of Worcester sauce
  • Cheese (I think Gruyere would be the best, but I used a mix of Edam and Maasdam, so any hard cheese with a mild taste would probably be good)
  • Spices:
    • Black pepper
    • Chili flakes
    • Cayenne pepper
    • Chili powder
    • Paprika

  1. Cut the potatoes in 4 mm slices (or you can make them into french fries).
  2. In a preheated pan, pour a little bit of oil and quickly cook the potatoes on mid-high heat.
  3. When both sides are golden brown, reduce the heat to low and cook the potatoes until they are cooked inside.
  4. Preheat an oven at 250°C and set to grill.
  5. Fill a tray with water and place it in the oven, above the water tray, on a rack, grill the sausages until golden brown
  6. To prepare the sauce, mix all the sauces in a bowl and add the spices depending of your tastes.
  7. Slice the sausages.
  8. In a pie dish, mix the sausages slices, the potatoes, grated cheese and the sauce.
  9. Put the pie dish in the oven but switch off the grill and cook it for a few more minutes or until the cheese melts.

You can add a little bit of cayenne pepper on top for the presentation.
Bon appétit! 😉

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Update of the website / Mise à jour du site

Hello everybody!

I’m writing a little post to give an update about this website.
As you may notice, the website slightly changed with the fusion of the English and French websites and the addition of the Discoveries and Experiments parts.
Why the fusion? It’s easier to manage all the recipes on one website rather that on two.
What are this new additions? The Discoveries part will be used to present all the different stuff, related to food, that I like. It can be a product, a shop, a restaurant, a blog or even some YouTube channels. The Experiment part will be for unfinished recipes that still need to be reworked to be yummy enough to be published.

I will try to publish more often than before too, so I hope you may find a recipe you like 😉

Cheers!


Salut tout le monde!

J’écris un petit post pour présenter les changements du site.
Comme vous l’avez peut être remarqué, le site a quelque peu changer suite à la fusion du site en français et de celui en anglais. De plus deux nouvelles catégories ont été ajoutée: Découvertes et Expériences.
La fusion est survenue suite à une envie de simplifier la gestions des sites.
La catégorie Découvertes sera utilisée afin de vous présentez différentes choses que j’apprécie en relation avec la nourriture. Ça peut être un produit, un magasin, un blog, un restaurant ou même une chaîne YouTube. La catégorie Expériences quant à elle sera dédiée à des idées de recettes que j’ai essayées mais qui ne sont pas encore suffisamment réussies pour être de réelles recettes.

Je vais aussi essayé de publier plus souvent, donc j’espère que vous trouverez quelque-chose qui vous plait.

A plus!

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