Patsie’s Zucchini packets

Preparation:
Start with the spinach. Use a wide pan and add some olive oil, black grounded pepper and some fleur de sel. Reduce the spinach over medium heat. Take from the heat and pour through a sieve to remove the excess of moisture.
Cut long slices of zucchini with a peeler. You need…

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Patsie’s Celeriac soup

Preparation:
Add 1 tblsp of olive oil in a big cooking pan. Start frying the shallots on a medium heat, add the garlic and stir for 2 minutes.  Add the the dices of Celeriac and the Celery stems and leaves. Scoop together with…

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Patsie’s Tiger prawns

Preparation:
Season the prawns with a mix of olive oil, lime pepper, fleur de sel, some red hot pimento and a bit of the garlic and ginger. Cover and set aside.
Put 2 tblsp. of olive oil in a pan and start heating up. Take…

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Patsie’s Crème brûlée

Crème Brulée

Preparation:
Preheat the oven to 140°C (284°F).
Cut the Rhubarb in medium sized pieces. Add butter, sugar and the Rhubarb in a pan and bring to a medium heat, cook until tender. Divide the Rhubarb over 6 rather low ramekins.
Bring a wide and rather low pan with some…

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Patsie’s cauliflower tabbouleh

Preparation:
Start with the cauliflower, then the baby cucumbers, the radishes, the almonds, the capers. Put them in nice big salad bowl.
Make the lemon zest. Peel the yellow skin, without the white (it’s bitter) from the lemon. Slice the skin in very thin fries. Put them in a pan with some water and bring to the boil for 3 minutes. Pour through a sieve. Press the lemon and add zest, the juice and some sugar back in the pan. Bring to the boil, lower the heat and let it candy till lightly sticky with still some juice left…

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Patsie’s Veal Medallions

Cooking:
Preheat a frying pan, and when hot enough, add the coconut oil. Season one side of the meat with some fleur de sel and put that side in contact with the pan, lower de heat a little bit. Fry it (max 3 minutes when less than 200g), put some fleur de sel on top of the meat and then turn the meat with your tongs. Let it fry for 1minute, lower the heat again ( a bit less than medium heat) and add the 10g of butter, let it fry for another minute…

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Patsie’s Meatballs

Preparation:
Preheat the oven on 180°C (360°F). Brush an oven tray with extra virgin olive oil.
Use your hands to mix all the ingredients (except the rosemary) and make balls the size of a small/medium tomato and…

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