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FRENCH EXOTIC SEAFOOD

For 6 people: 12 shells “Saint-Jacques”, 24 large mussels, 1 celery root, 1 bunch parsley, 24 large shrimp, 3 slices pineapple, 2 pod sweet pepper, 4 tablespoons vegetable oil, 1 Kurt l-broth (see “curt Brees. “), 1 tablespoon chopped rosemary, thyme, Basil and dill, salt, black pepper;

for the tartare sauce — 1 egg, 150 g of vegetable oil, 1 coffee spoon of mustard, 1 clove of onion, 4 gherkins, 1 coffee spoon of vinegar, 2 coffee spoon of capers, 2 coffee spoons of chopped herbs (chives, chervil, tarragon), salt, black pepper.

Boil hard-boiled egg for the sauce and chill under running cold water.

Meanwhile, scrape and wash the mussels; wash the shells; wash and dry celery and parsley; celery cut into small pieces; rinse and dry shrimp.

Kurt-the broth bring to a boil, put the shrimp, boil 10 minutes on low heat, drain.

Shells to put in the same curt-broth, boil 8 min. drain.

Leave 3-4 tablespoons Kurt-broth, put in celery and parsley, bring to a boil, politipedia, boil over high heat, remove from heat, drain. Continue reading

The best dishes from around the world

If you love to eat out and find a dish that will decorate your Christmas table, then you’ve come to the right place, because Ilive is the continuation of the article “Top 50 dishes around the world.” Today we will introduce you to dishes and products which gained the love of people and are very popular all over the world.

25. Crab in butter, India
To get to the people taste and aesthetic pleasure, the crab will have to suffer and, as in the fairy tale “the little humpbacked Horse”, to swim in a VAT, not only with milk and water, and boiling oil. Each piece of crab is soaked with garlic-butter sauce, the aroma of Indian herbs gives a perfect flavor. But the main thing is that the crab can be eaten whole, without brushing. His armor is very delicate and creates a fantastic range of flavors.

24. Champ, Ireland
Irish national dish Champ is destroyed faster than the first pint on Friday. Oh! By the way, Champ is mashed potatoes with scallions, butter, salt and pepper. The perfect addition to any meat or fish. Or maybe meats and fish – the addition to Champa? However, in order to understand this, better check yourself, for example, in any Irish pub. Continue reading

Top 10 most “delicious” countries

 

The ranking of countries with the most delicious food made the Agency CNN. Led by the top ten leaders of Italy, behind her followed by: USA, Mexico, Thailand, Greece, India, Japan, Spain, France and China. That second place gave to the States, it may be subjective (could American experts to ignore your country?). On the other hand, and in the American cuisine is the highlight. So, watch and learn, and in what camp is worth a try.

America is the birthplace of the world famous fast foods. No one can deny that it is extremely unhealthy food, but this rating is not about harm, but about the taste. So cheeseburgers a party to bypass will not succeed. Also the USA can be thankful for the appearance of chocolate chip cookies.

Mexican kitchen . on the contrary, collected all the most useful: tomatoes, avocado, lime, beans, garlic, chili and chocolate. Based on the chili and chocolate cook of the famous mole sauce. Also Mexico is famous for grilled pork tacos al pastor and an ancient Mayan dish of wrapped in sheets of dough made of corn flour. This food called tamales. Continue reading

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