TOP 10 Mother’s Day Recipes

6 May, 2019 , , ,

#3 – “Panna Cotta”

"Panna Cotta"

“Panna Cotta”

This dessert originated in the Northwest of Italy and is now found in many Italian restaurants around the world. Some versions of «panna cotta» include flavorings like espresso, fruit purées, or liqueurs, but the classic one is served with a caramelized sugar topping. This version comes from the favorite recipes of one of the most well-known cardiovascular surgeons in Torino, but this is no prescription to eat as much as you want of this rich but delicious dessert.

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#2 – Roasted Asparagus with Oranges

Roasted Asparagus with Oranges

Roasted Asparagus with Oranges

The combination of asparagus and orange is absolutely successful. The perfect side for your Mother’s Day meal!

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#1 – Seafood in a Puff Pastry Shell

Seafood in a Puff Pastry Shell

Seafood in a Puff Pastry Shell

The French term for a puff pastry shell is «vol-au-vent», «flying in the wind», referring to the pastry’s incredible lightness. It is said to have been created at the start of the 19th century by Marie-Antoine Câreme, the «chef of kings and king of chefs». Nowadays, we can eat as kings everyday: with readily available puff pastry shells, all kinds of impressive dishes can be created in no time.

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Jeanne Dumouchel

Jeanne Dumouchel

A graduate of the UQAM in Communication (digital media) and a connoisseur of culture in all its forms, Jeanne has been the social media community manager for SOSCuisine since 2016. She also collaborates on the creation of content for the blog. SOSCuisine helps her to shop and eat better every day.

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2 Responses to “TOP 10 Mother’s Day Recipes”

May 20, 2019 at 9:09 pm, Barbara said:

I had a daughter-in-law who used to make a rice and sauerkraut and bacon……..the rest I never knew, she told me it was an old receive and sadly she recently passed. She called it and this spelling is not right, halapsi I made up the spelling also. Can you please turn me
on to this delicious recipe? I would be grateful.

Cinzia Cuneo

May 21, 2019 at 8:30 am, Cinzia Cuneo said:

Hi Barbara,
If you google “Sauerkraut with bacon and rice”, you will be able to find the recipe.

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