Did you know, spices have their freshest and most robust taste right after they are ground?
A salad recipe for seamlessly transitioning between the produce of summer and autumn. Crunchy spelt is a match made in heaven with the melt-in-the-mouth butternut squash, while the sweet taste of the figs delivers a more succulent feel and the spinach shoots bring extra texture. A few almonds and some smooth vinaigrette will create a sweet and sour salad that can be served hot or cold, according to your tastes.
This classic looking tart features a golden-brown shortcrust pastry base with a generous chocolate ganache filling, but comes with a slight twist, namely pepper! Another good idea is to add some coarsely ground pepper just before serving with some high-quality salt to elevate the flavour of the chocolate and temper its full and indulgent taste in the mouth. This recipe brings a somewhat unusual twist to this simple, yet effective classic with its smooth yet robust taste.