Partager l'article ! Hoummous à la coriandre, mini-brochettes de pétoncle au sésame: Des américains se sont lancés dans l'aventure Foodista ; de quoi s'agit-il? ...
Americans have embarked on the adventure Foodista; what is it?
It's very simple: Applying the concept of Wikipedia to recipes ...
A kind of encyclopedia of world recipes where everyone could submit a recipe or improve an existing section ... OUCH! and yes this is where the problem is ! How to copy and paste in what Wikipedia is factual in the world of the cooking where everything is subjective!
The apple cake from Aunt Lily holds it the whole truth? and why not the one of Mary who puts cinnamon? and chocolate cookies with cold, or melted butter?
So far everything works on Foodista as users fill the database, but once the corrections on articles will arrive: Dang!! ... this will be war!
For now, Peace on Pierre Cuisine: Hope that the following recipe suits all!
1 small can of chick peas
1 / 2 bunch of fresh coriander
2 tablespoons “crème fraîche”
juice of one lime
2 tablespoons olive oil
salt, Espelette pepper
8 small scallops per person
sufficient quantity of sesame seeds
The coriander hummus
Mix all ingredients in a blender (except the Espelette pepper).
Cook In butter(which takes a hazel brown color) the scallops until they have taken a nice color but not more than two minutes.
Then impaled on skewers.
Sprinkle with sesame seeds roasted in advance (or not!)
In the serving dish, place a circle of fresh coriander hummus and place on top the scallops which are still warm.
Sprinkle with the Piment d'Espelette (it is a red pepper from the Basque country in the south west of France).
Enjoy the contrast of hot and cold ...