Paneer with Herbes de Provence

I continue my adventure with Indian Cuisine. Sonal is my fellow food blogger from Simply Vegetarian, that I admire a lot. Her recipes are always delicious and tempting and I like her kindness and generosity with others. I wanted to try her Paneer recipe, this famous cheese that I see very often beautifully presented alone or…

Tomato and Anchovies Tart

The weather is still hot outside and it’s time to relax at home with my family. Thank you, again and again, Angie from The Novice Gardener and to our co-hosts Andrea from Cooking with a Wallflower and Sylvia from Superfoodista for our weekly Fiesta Friday number #33, yes, unbelievable. I made two tarts this week but we voted at home for…

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…

Stuffed tomatoes with olive oil

Serves 3 Ingredients: 6 medium tomatoes 250g of minced beef 3 cloves of garlic 1 bunch of parsley 1 yellow onion A pinch of salt Black pepper 1 teaspoon of herbes de Provence 50g of breadcrumbs Olive oil Procedure: Wash the tomatoes and cut the top of each tomato. With a teaspoon remove the inside…

Roasted Chicken with Herbes de Provence and Steamed Potatoes.

This dish is my Mom’s favorite recipe. When I was little she sent me picking herbs in our garden, I was so proud with my Petite Paniere full of herbs.   Serves 6 Ingredients: For the chicken: 1 whole chicken (1kg 200) Herbes de Provence 1 yellow onion 3 garlic cloves 2 bay leaves Pinch…