Côté Table, Mars, March moments

Côté Table, Mars, March moments. Bienvenue en Mars ! C’est le mois intermédiaire… Quelques fleurs printanières poussent courageusement leurs floraisons, mais pas encore de légumes frais cultivés en pleine terre ou de fruits frais dont on a envie.

Alors profitons encore du dernier légume racine, de légumes secs et d’ épices avec ce délicieux Cake aux Lentilles Corail et Carottes.

Ensuite, quoi de plus sain et vivifiant qu’une belle Aile de Raie au Safran. Si vous aimez les produits de la mer, vous adorerez ce plat ! Mais le dessert qui va vous faire saliver et qui va aussi ravir tous ceux qui seront conviés à la table du dessert n’est autre que le Baba au Rhum. Un grand classique, mais toujours d’actualité, surtout en cette fin d’hiver. Alors, régalez-vous et bon Appétit avec la Classe de Cuisine !

Côté Table, Mars, March moments

 

Côté Table, Mars, March moments. Welcome to March ! It is the in-between month…. A few spring flowers poking their blooms bravely through the soil. But no fresh home-grown vegetables or fruit to get eager about.

It is time to enjoy the last of the frost nipped root vegetable, dry vegetables and spices with this delicious Red Lentil and Carrot Cake.

Then, what more healthy and invigorating than a beautiful Skate Wing with a Saffron Vinaigrette. It is a fish feast and if you are into seafood you will love it ! But the dessert that makes you go mmmm… and that will please all the ones around the table is called the Rum Baba. A classic, but always appreciated, especially during the end of winter. So enjoy and Bon Appétit at la Classe de Cuisine !

Côté Table, au Marché, at the Market

Aujourd’hui, c’est Côté Table, au Marché, at the Market, dans mon Sud-Ouest odorant et verdoyant. Je voudrais régaler l’oeil et les papilles des petits et des grands. Le mois de Mai est le plus joli des mois !

En Mai, la nature est reine et c’est elle qui fait le décor. Pour recevoir en toute simplicité, commençons donc par des petites Panna Cotta aux Asperges Vertes.

Ensuite un retour à la nature qui célèbre les saveurs du jardin avec cette Omelette Verte Roulée. C’est une omelette haute en couleurs. 

Enfin, régalons-nous autant que nos hôtes avec ces Petits Pots de Crème aux 3 Parfums. Nos pichets de faïence attendent en rang de délicieux nectars mais évoquent aussi la couleur et la douceur du lait pour nos crèmes… 

 

Côté Table, Au marché, at the Market

Today, it’s Côté Table, at the Market, au Marché in my fragrant and green South West. I would like to treat the eye and the taste buds of youth  and seniors. May is the most beautiful month of the year !

In May, nature is queen and she is the decor. To welcome in complete simplicity, let’s start with these savoury Green Asparagus Panna Cotta

Then a return to nature that celebrates the flavors of the garden with this Green Rolled Omelette. It’s a colorful omelette.

Finally, treat yourself as much as your guests with these Small 3 Flavours Cream Pots. Our beige pottery jugs wait in row of delicious nectars but also evoke the color and the sweetness of the milk for our creams…

Green Rolled Omelette

This Green Rolled Omelette is what is called a vegetable garden lunch. In a green garden, nature celebrates the flavors of the garden. This omelette, well rolled, makes children love vegetables. A colorful omelette made with fresh eggs of the day !

Green Rolled Omelette First, here is the list of the different ingredients you will need to prepare this Green Rolled Omelette that serves 4

  • 250 g fresh spinach
  • 4 fresh free range eggs
  • 300 g small green vegetables (peas, green asparagus, broccoli, carrots)
  • Salt and freshly ground pepper from the mill
  • a few sprigs of chives

Now, here are the few steps you will need to follow to make this Green Rolled Omelette

Sprinkle spinach with a little butter and water. Wait until the leaves cool. Preheat your oven to 170 ° C. Squeeze the spinach and mix them finely to mix with the beaten eggs.

Pour your mixture into an oiled oven dish and bake for about 15 minutes or until your omelette is set and browned. Unmould the omelette and let cool.

Cut your vegetables into 1 cm pieces and cook them, making sure to keep them a bit crunchy. Salt and pepper to your liking.

Finally, cover one half of the omelette with the small vegetables then roll it. Serve with a little mesclun and chives to decorate.

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