Plum Tarte Tatin

I have just returned from my vacation in South of France. The delicious food, beautiful weather and childhood nostalgia is exactly what I needed! Now, I am back home and happily back into my kitchen! Today, I am making an unconventional Tarte Tatin. Originally, this Tarte is an upside-down caramelized apple tart made with a pâte-brisée. The Plums were too…

Spring Tart

A beautiful Friday sunny day to enjoy the weekend in the garden! And a delicious salty tart with a lot of aubergine pieces, and some tomatoes to brighten up my dish! To enhance the flavor, I added some fresh basil from my garden. This is my surprise for this week’s Fiesta Friday. A huge thank you…

Mini Brioches

By now, you should know that I love eating and baking bread, brioches, and other dough-based recipes. This recipe is simple, and delicious for breakfast, served straight out of the oven. I made a warm and fresh batch this morning for Fiesta Friday. I would like to wish our host Angie from The Novice Gardener, a big…

Beignets aux Amandes

Last week, I missed Fiesta Friday. I was so busy, I received my lovely niece for a few days. I like receiving my relatives because I love rediscovering my Dubaï! February is usually the Carnaval Month in a lot of places in the world, and so, for this festive month (and for Fiesta Friday #55) I…

Palets Bretons

Palets Bretons are French butter cookies from Brittany (located North West of France). They are crunchy and a little bit salty. They are made with only a few ingredients; sugar, eggs, salted butter, flour and baking powder. They are on sale everywhere in France. This is my surprise for Fiesta Friday with our great hostess Angie from The…

Naan Bread and Algerian Mutton Tajine

I love Indian cuisine, the texture, the fragrance, the beautiful colors, the smell, the presentation into the copper Degchi! All the cuisine around the world brings something new, exotic, fusion and much more. Today I made a fusion Indian Naan Bread and Algerian Mutton Tajine Recipe. For the Naan, the recipe comes from  Sweet & Savory…

Turkish Simit Bread

I’m mad about bread since my childhood, a setting table without bread at home is not a table at all. Anyway, a few days ago my fellow blogger Tasneem from thoughtsoverchai posted this tempting Turkish bread, I couldn’t resist trying this new recipe. Tasneem is a Dubai Food Blogger. The Turkish Simit Bread is the…

Fougasse and Tapenade

Today I bring in my Paniere a smell of Provence, blue sky, the sound of cicadas and the smell of Maritime Pine trees. Both these recipes are from my lovely mother. Thank you, Angie, from The Novice Gardener  for your delightful Fiesta Friday and thanks again to our Australian Co-Hostesses Margot from Gather and Gaze…

Brioche Tressée, Braided Brioche

Brioche Tressee for our tomorrow breakfast. Serves 12 Ingredients: 500g of plain flour/ all purpose flour Pinch of salt 20g of fresh yeast 100g of caster sugar 5 medium eggs 200g of soft butter Sesame seeds 1 egg yolk Procedure: In the bowl of the stand mixer, add the flour and crumble the yeast on…

Bread, Bread, Bread.

Another Algerian bread, so soft. Algerians are mad about “bread”!  People are even able to do a long queue just for bread… Serves 8: Ingredients: 400g of all purpose flour or plain flour 200ml of warm water (more or less depending the quality of the flour) 1 tablespoon of caster sugar 1 egg 15g of…