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Blanched Asparagus with Caviar Cream Sauce

Wednesday, April 17, 2024

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Caviar Cream Sauce is an ultimate sign of decadence and deliciousness. This sauce is incredibly rich and to cut through the richness, I balanced the sauce out with a simple blanched asparagus. I used dry white wine for the sauce, but if you have some Champagne or dry sparkling wine, feel free to use it. If using alcohol is not an option, you can try using sparkling cider, but the sauce will taste sweeter then. It's important to fold caviar into the sauce after it has cooled a bit or it would ruin the caviar.

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Carrot and Chickpea Salad with Honey Coriander Dressing

Monday, April 15, 2024

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Create a new family favourite with this delicious and nutritious roasted carrot salad. It's great on its own for a light lunch or served as a side with lamb for dinner. You can replace chickpeas with lentils in this salad. They don't share the same taste or texture, but they will work just as well.

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Wild Garlic Cheddar Soda Bread

Saturday, April 13, 2024

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Make the most of this antibacterial and antifungal spring herb and try this delicious wild garlic Cheddar soda bread that the whole family will enjoy. The bread has a deep brown crust with a dense, but quite tender crumb. The crust is lovely crunchy when it comes out of the oven and becomes a little chewy next day. Serve warm out of the oven with lots of butter or/and homemade wild garlic pesto.

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Kumquat Blackberry Salad

Thursday, April 11, 2024

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A colourful blend of mixed salad leaves, kumquats, blackberries, chives, toasted pine nuts and a simple lemon maple vinaigrette. Fresh, lightly sweet and a perfect way to enjoy the spring produce. If desired, top salad with some shaved Parmesan or crumbled Feta.

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Asparagus, Soft-Boiled Eggs and Caviar

Tuesday, April 09, 2024

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Caviar goes very well with different kinds of vegetables. Gently blanched fresh green asparagus with soft boiled egg pairs perfectly with rich creamy caviar that adds a touch luxury to every bite.
Argan oil, a specialty oil produced in Morocco, extracted from the seeds of the argan tree, known as Argania spinosa, has a distinctive nutty and robust flavour, but not overpowering, and it's best enjoyed as a finishing oil. It is hard to come by, so you may use hazelnut or walnut oil instead, or simply use olive oil.

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Roasted Red Onion Salad with Honey Pecans and Apple Vinaigrette

Sunday, April 07, 2024

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This is an utterly simple, yet quite unlike any other salad. The humble onion gets a makeover with honey glazed pecans and apple vinaigrette. I have roasted them in oven, but if you are blessed with a grill, then grill them on medium for 7-8 minutes until lightly softened and charred. The recipe works just as well with other types of onions, but red one looks prettier. Walnuts, hazelnuts or pine nuts are great substitutes for pecans. They are excellent with grilled fish, or kebab and flat bread.

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Baked Fish with Anchovy Crust and Sauce Vierge

Friday, April 05, 2024

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The sauce vierge (which translates to “virgin sauce”) is a classic tomato-based French vinaigrette filled with olives and fresh herbs that will go perfectly with many dishes for the warmer days. It can be served at room-temperature or warm and goes perfectly with fish and other seafood. It was created in 1976 by the great French chef Michel Guérard. The sauce is fresh, bright and versatile and can be prepared up to a day in advance and stored in the refrigerator. Allow the sauce to come to room temperature before serving.

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Roasted Purple Carrots with Sriracha Yoghurt and Chives

Wednesday, April 03, 2024

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These roasted heirloom purple carrots are naturally sweet, tender and earthy and they are hands down the easiest side dish ever with less than 10 minutes preparation. Creamy spicy sriracha yoghurt and sweet tangy pomegranate molasses help balance the dish. For a spicier sauce, use 2 tablespoons (or more) of sriracha and 1 tablespoon if you prefer it milder.

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White Asparagus with Summer Truffle

Monday, April 01, 2024

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In Germany, the king of vegetable is WHITE asparagus. It's like a national treasure and you will find it on menus nationwide from April April to June.
Tender, sweet, and loaded with earthy flavour, these blanched white asparagus with browned butter and summer truffle make for a great spring party appetizer. The skin of white asparagus can taste very bitter and fibrous, so make sure to peel it off completely before blanching. White asparagus are delicate and brittle, so lay each spear flat on a work surface to peel. This way ensures they won't snap during peeling.

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