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Anaïs Louis Chabanier

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What's 4 Dinner

What's 4 Dinner

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Anaïs Louis Chabanier Anaïs Louis Chabanier
Articles : 35
Since : 17/12/2014
Category : Food & Drink

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Fish and more Fish

Fish and more Fish

I'm a fish fan, especially for dinner time, when you are trying to eat light and watch the weight! So here are a couple of ideas: - Any fish with a mashed brocolli, chives and parsley. - Any fish with fennel, tomatoes, and dill. Do not forget the chili and lemon juice.
John Dory Fish - filets de saint pierre

John Dory Fish - filets de saint pierre

I was quite proud of myself for preparing the fish myself from scratch thanks to this video http://youtu.be/aoxvns6LaLA Place the filets in the oven for 8 min at 240C with a little bit of white wine salt and pepper. Cook some asparagus (12 min of boiling of 7 min if you only keep the tops) and leeks plus cream. Put everything together. I had some c
Oyster Sauce Chicken

Oyster Sauce Chicken

Cook one onion is oil until yellow. Add 4 chicken breasts and cook until Brown. Add a tablespoon of soy sauce, some Ginger (up to your liking). Cover the chicken with Oyster sauce (about half a cup). Add 5 glasses of water (one after the other, wait for the water to be absorbed in between glasses). Add 2 teaspoons of cornstarch (maïzena for the Fr
Stuffed bell peppers

Stuffed bell peppers

I was happy to make this on my first week back to work! Wash, cut in half and hollow 3 to 4 bell peppers. Peel them to digest them more easily. Mix 500 gr of ground chicken with one of the bell peppers, one egg, milk (add some according to texture), salt, pepper, curry or paprika and a slice of bread (if hard, soften it with milk before). Stuff the
Blue Cheese Scones - petits gâteaux au bleu

Blue Cheese Scones - petits gâteaux au bleu

The following recipes are from a new cooking magazine that I love: 180°c. I highly recommend it! The recipes are super easy and very tasty. For the blue cheese scones: Mix 450gr of flour with 2 teaspoons of raising powder, 1 teaspoon of baking soda, a pinch of salt and some fresh Pepper. Add 125gr of cold butter and work with your hands until the
Naan

Naan

Christine, this one is for you. It is out of my Sanjeev Kapoor book. I have not tried it! Let me know how it goes!

Spice up your spinach

Instead of simply boiling your spinach and adding cream or parmesan cheese (truly delicious by the way), try something a bit different. After carefully washing and removing the stem from your spinach, warm some sesame oil with some mustard seeds. Fry the spinach until cooked. Add some garlic if you feel like it. Enjoy, it's a perfect seasonal veggi
BBQ Ribs

BBQ Ribs

I once went to the Spice Market in NYC and got the great Jean George's cook book, which inspired a great way to cook ribs. Boil the ribs then simmer for 2 hours with 4 enough water to cover them, 2 cups of soy sauce and Ginger. Once cooked, glaze with BBQ sauce and broil for 5 minutes.
Grilled Marinated Beef

Grilled Marinated Beef

Also from 180°C! Mix together 4 tablespoons of cumin seeds (warm them in a pan for a minute or two before), 2 teaspoons of ground cumin, the juice of 2 limes, 6 tablespoons of olive oïl, salt, Pepper, a minced garlic clove, some fresh Ginger cut into small pièces (a thumb like piece), a teaspoon of chili sauce. Marinate 600gr of beef cut into 2
Summer salad

Summer salad

Make a lemon juice vinaigrette with dill and pink peppercorns. Mix the vinaigrette with salad and raw chopped zucchinis (peel the zucchinis to remove the bitter taste). Lay some smoked salmon over the salad (I prefer chunks rather than slices). Add some fluffy white cheese. Add a few drops of lemon juice before serving. Enjoy the freshness!