Pisang Goreng (Banana Fritters)

Bananas are not only delicious to eat directly, they can even be processed into a variety of delicious creations. Fried bananas can be a delicious choice of banana creations. It tastes sweet, slightly savory, with a crunchy texture on the outside and soft banana on the inside. The shape is also beautiful to serve as…

Clafoutis

Clafoutis is a dessert originating from the French region of Limousin, where it is also called “millard”. Traditionally baked with unpitted cherries, variations have appeared such as apples, pears, apricots or plums, for example. Ingredients 750g of cherries 120g of sugar 6 eggs 25cl of milk 100g of flour Butter and flour for the mould…

Belle-Hélène Pear

The Belle-Hélène pear is a dessert that originated in the theatre. Indeed, when Jacques Offenbach’s opera La Belle Hélène premiered in Paris in 1864, several top restaurants created new dishes in its honour, including this dessert. Ingredients 50g of vanilla ice cream 6 pears 250g sugar ½ lemon 250g of dark chocolate Preparation Pour the…

Quatre-quarts

The name quatre-quarts comes from the fact that it is made with an equal weight of butter, sugar, flour  and eggs. Thus, it is best to weigh the eggs and adjust the weight of the other ingredients accordingly. Ingredients 1 untreated lemon 400g of softened butter 400g of sugar 5 eggs 400g of flour 1…

Tarte tatin

The origin of the tarte tatin is said to lie in the story of two sisters. The younger sister married before the younger one, so their parents served them the tart upside down, as was the order of their marriage. Ingredients 1 short crust pastry 600g of apples 150g of sugar 75g of butter 15cl…

Lemon meringue pie

In the 19th century, this tart was a symbol of wealth and goodness, served almost exclusively to the king. Since then it has become a classic of French cuisine, whether accompanied by meringue or not. Ingredients For the pie 1 short crust pastry 1 untreated lemon 50cl of milk 4 egg yolks 100g of sugar…

Floating island

This dish is very popular in France, especially with children, and is therefore regularly served in school canteens. Its light texture and the smoothness of the cream make it a perfect dessert that will delight the taste buds of all gourmets. Ingredients For the islands 4 egg whites 140g of sugar 1 tablespoon of wine…

Rum Baba

According to the legend, this cake became one of the most popular when the Polish king Stanislas Leszczynski, finding the biscuit too dry, asked that it be basted with wine. But it was not until 1735 that it became the cake that the French all know, when the Parisian pastry chef Nicolas Stohrer, a descendant…

Crêpes

The crêpe is a traditional French dish eaten all year round. But it also has its own national day: the Chandeleur. On this day, to ensure prosperity throughout the year, the tradition is to flip the crêpes while holding a coin in one hand and singing this song: ” La veille de la Chandeleur ; L’hiver…

Eton mess

A delicious british dessert with no cooking required. Ingredients 500 gr / 1 lb 2 oz strawberries 400 ml / 14 fl oz of double cream Ready made meringues fresh mint Preparation Purée half of the strawberries in a blender and chopped the remaining ones for decoration later. Whip the double cream, until speaks form….

Yogurt cake

Probably the easiest cake recipe ever. This is a french cake whose primary ingredient is yogurt. This is probably the first cake I baked as a child with my mom, so for those who feel like cake but don’t want anything challenging or others who are looking to cook with young children this recipe is…

Apple plumcake

Apples are largely used in cakes of all kinds. Strudel is the most famous above all of course, but it’s not the only way to taste this delicious fruit as a dessert. Today I suggest you to prepare a very soft plumcake that will even make you happy to jump out of bed and run…