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Yogurt and exotic fruit crumble

Here's a dessert that's as easy as it is quick to prepare with the yogurt crumble-inspired mug-cake. Fresh and light, it should be unanimous around the table.Ingredients for 1 person: 1⁄2 yogurt 1 jar of exotic fruit salad (20 cl) 30 g of flour 30 g of butter 1 tsp. level tablespoon sugar1⁄2 tsp.
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Chicken with olives and candied lemon: the delicious recipe

Chicken with olives and candied lemon is a delicious dish that smells of the sun, fresh and fragrant.Ingredient for 4 people: 4 beautiful chicken thighs 2 candied lemons 1 can of fresh green olives with basil 1 large onions Poultry broth Salt, freshly ground pepper C ' is an easy recipe for an impromptu dinner but also perfectly suited if you reheat it the next day.
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Provence vegetable soup with pesto

As a starter or as a light dish, this vegetable soup with pesto is delicious. Ingredients for 4 people: For the soup: 1/2 onion1 celery branch1 / 2 zucchini1 tomatoes1 / 2 carrot1 / 2 leek (with the white and the tender green part) 1 potato1 turnip50 g shelled peas50 g stringed green beans50 g fresh coconut shelled 1.5 l vegetable broth 80 g lean breast 80 g butter 3 tsp.
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Speculos mousse and roasted pears

Here is an airy, light, creamy mousse with speculoos. Clélia added a few cubes of pears roasted with honey… Preparation time: 5 min Cooking time: 20 min (if you use pears) Ingredients for 6 people: 6 egg whites 2 packets of speculoos 20 cl of liquid cream 3 pears 1 walnut butter 1 small tablespoon of honey (good!
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Semolina and butternut gratin

Easy to make, this semolina and butternut gratin recipe is both delicious and complete.Ingredients for 4 people: 450 g of butternut70 g of Comté2 slices of white ham15 cl of semi-skimmed milk30 g of cornstarch40 g of semolina of wheat 3 pinches of Espelette pepper 5 g of semi-salted butter Fleur de sel, freshly ground pepper.
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Tarragon: health benefits and virtues

Tarragon or Artemisia dracunculus is an aromatic plant of the Compositae family, more precisely Asteraceae. This perennial plant with long thin leaves, native to Central Asia (mainly Siberia) can reach between 40 and 150cm. Only "French" tarragon is cultivated. Russian tarragon, on the other hand, is tasteless.
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