On the market there are now many types of ready-made puff pastry, you can choose the classic, but also the wholewheat or the one with seeds. To you the choice!
If you want to use this plum-cake for a pleasant outdoor picnic, you can avoid preparing the hard-boiled egg, but bring the mayonnaise in a separate container. When you cut the slices of plum cake, place a mayonnaise dollop on each one.
Mayonnaise is always considered a very difficult sauce to prepare, but following a few rules is very easy: 1. leave the eggs out of the fridge for half an hour so they are not too cold; 2. pour the oil or citrus juice thinly and continuously while whipping; 3. use the hand blender in the high-speed position so the mayonnaise incorporates as much air as possible.
These brioches, even though less buttery than the French ones, are an original starter and blend Mediterranean flavors, such as the dried tomatoes, with more unusual flavors such as coriander. It’s a perfect match because the harmony of flavors is unique and well-balanced.
Patis is an aniseed drink produced in France that also contains a little sugar. If you do not find it, you can use any aniseed liqueur, in this case you may use only two tablespoons because the flavor is more pronounced.
The cut of meat must be very fresh, because it should be eaten raw, so when you buy it, check the packaging date well or tell the butcher what kind of preparation you need.
This recipe is very simple, the only thing that you have to pay attention is dry the chickpeas very, very well after you have drained, because after the baking in the oven they will tend, anyway, to get soggy a little.
The final flavor of the tzatziki is not overly strong, but the squeezed raw garlic, gives a very distinctive and typical taste to this Greek sauce.
For a light fried dish the oil must be hot, but not smoking. Do a little test: if you dip a piece of bread (or another ingredient you have to fry) and, around the oil there are immediately lots of bubbles, it means that the oil is at the right temperature.
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