By Janet Laurence
With such conventional and modern dishes as Tarte Tatin, Croissants, Ratatouille and Salade Nicoise, French delicacies is rightly considered as one of many richest on this planet, and those recipes upload as much as a repertoire that the majority will be satisfied to devour each day. as soon as simply on hand in any variety of modest eating places, at the present time they're extra frequently present in the house; the entire extra cause, then, to prepare dinner them your self!
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13 cups eau de vie or 4 cloves sugar vodka Place prepared blackcurrants in large glass jar, add the cloves and cinnamon, cover with spirit, shake well and leave to infuse for at least two months. From time to time, give jar a good shake. When well flavoured, strain off liquid. For every 3/4 pt/500 ml/2 cups, stir in 8 oz/ 250 g/ I cup sugar, mixing until dissolved. Bottle and drink as liqueur, use for kir, pour over ice-cream, or use to flavour desserts. Kir The ideal proportions for kir are one part of cassis to five parts of white Burgundy.
Bottle and drink as liqueur, use for kir, pour over ice-cream, or use to flavour desserts. Kir The ideal proportions for kir are one part of cassis to five parts of white Burgundy. In practice it is simplest to pour a small measure of cassis into a glass and fill up with the wine.
Kir The ideal proportions for kir are one part of cassis to five parts of white Burgundy. In practice it is simplest to pour a small measure of cassis into a glass and fill up with the wine.
A Little French Cookbook by Janet Laurence