Just before the weekend, all readers who cook ask themselves this age-old question: what are we going to eat? In order to inspire you, La Presse suggests some suggestions for seasonal recipes that will make your mouth water.
Preparation: 50 minutes
Yield: 10 batbout loaves
Published on lapresse.ca on May 22, 2021.
It is very satisfying to finally manage to make a good shish-taouk sandwich at home. Of course, you have to prepare your spice mix (well explained here) and take the time to marinate your chicken. The little efforts are rewarded: it’s tasty and tender as you wish. We are also delighted to be able to add to the mix the famous garlic sauce (based on egg whites) that we like as much in the sandwich as on small potatoes. Now all you have to do is practice rolling your pitas right!
Yield: 6 to 8 skewers
Source: recipe from the book Girls Fattoush.
Published on lapresse.ca on November 20, 2021.
We are here in the high acrobatics. These are not complicated recipes, but some have many ingredients and steps. Here’s a cooking project for home cooks who love a challenge!
For 4 people
Source: recipe by chef David Pellizzari
Published on lapresse.ca on August 8, 2020.
This recipe from sports nutritionist Evelyne Deblock, made with dates, is no added sugar, with more fiber and protein, and contains only 3.8 g of sugar per 19 g serving, or about one tablespoon , compared to 11 g of sugar for Nutella.
Can be stored for two to three weeks in the refrigerator.
Published on lapresse.ca on November 9, 2017.
Claudia Doyon did not take a drop of alcohol in January. She took advantage of this downtime to taste non-alcoholic spirits and fell in love with Alphonse produced by the Appalaches distillery. “Its rose scents remind me of Turkish sweets,” she says. She offers a trip to Istanbul by bringing together the exotic flavors of saffron and chilli in her alcohol-free cocktail, recalling that all these ingredients are also produced in Quebec.
Published on lapresse.ca on January 31, 2022.