Last week, to prepare a dessert, I’ve been given curry as ingredient: a spice mix, especially used in Asian kitchen. We are not used to prepare desserts with curry, but if you think it is a mission impossible….well think again. I used a mild curry powder, that matches perfectly with rich, creamy white chocolate and orange bavarian cream and to have a spicy kick, I melted curry powder in a chocolate ganache. The finished dessert has a delicate flavor balance, especially in aroma and taste. You can adjust the spiciness to your taste by adding or reducing curry powder, although for me it is fine.
There’s nothing like the smell of brioches baking in your oven. For these brioches, I choose a recipe from a great french pastry chef, Christophe Felder: they are soft, not so sweet, with a rich flavor and light texture. The brioches are soft like a pillow and buttery….. Eat them warm for breakfast……it is so worth it.
A silky and smooth pumpkin soup, very easy to prepare, with a special ingredient, ginger, who creates a nice balance with the sweet pumpkin. I love to add a tablespoons of sour cream, but you can use greek yogurt as well. To add a crunchy texture, a home made granola……delicious.
A delicious and easy side dish, where italian kale matches with lemon and raisin. If you’re looking for something healthy or green, go into the kitchen to prepare it.