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Duo de madeleines de manioc, Fourme d'Ambert, sardine, white pepper from Cameroon IGP (protected indication of origin), aromatic herbs and tomato sauce . Rain moringa
Cassava contains complex carbohydrates that are slowly digested and disseminate sustainable energy after eating. It is a food that diabetics can consume therefore without too disturbing their equilibrium. (word of nutritionist. My imprecise cooking page
– For 1 hundred madeleines / 2 by people
– Preparation time : 20 minutes (Repos 10 min freezer)
– Cooking time : 10 to 15 minutes (depending ovens)
– 600 g cassava flour
– 400 g Fourme Ambert
– 6 Oil sardine cans
– 18 eggs
– 35 cl vegetable oil
– 30 g baking powder
– 40 g of granulated garlic
- From sea salt
- From the white pepper Penja Cameroon IGP
- Aromatic herbs (basil, thyme, chives or spring onions)
– 70 cl tomato coulis
– 10 cl vegetable oil
– 10 g of granulated garlic
- From sea salt
- Aromatic herbs at your convenience
Realization of the recipe
1- Beat the eggs with salt and pepper. Add cassava flour, the garlic semolina, yeast and mix until there are no lumps
2- Put oil, herbs incorporate the cheese cut into small pieces, end with sardines. Mix well, adjust seasoning and let the dough rest 10 min in the freezer or 30 minutes in the fridge. Fill the molds ¾ and bake between 8 and 15 minutes at 190 ° C depending on the devices
1- In a skillet, mix all the ingredients and leave uncovered, reduce to medium heat (pendant 10 about) stirring from time to time. Taste and adjust seasoning if necessary.
Enjoy your meal !
Tips / Advice / variants / information
* Perfume as you wish : organic citrus zest, I just love it !!! (citron, mandarine, orange …) other spices ( ginger, herbs … )
* You can not salt the dough. Fourme d & rsquo; Ambert is already saltiness of cheese
* J & rsquo; uses oil sardine. you can achieve your madeleines with & rsquo; sardine oil , about 20g, 2cl per box. So 120 g, 12 cl & rsquo; sardine oil for 6 used + 240 g, 24 cl & rsquo; vegetable oil of your choice.
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