By Christine Calvet
Les secrets and techniques de Christine pour confectionner pâtes, tartes et flans maison...
Comme un nombre croissant de personnes, vous êtes au sans gluten et/ou au sans lait. Faut-il renoncer à l. a. gourmandise pour autant ?
Non ! Christine Calvet revisite pour vous les grands classiques de notre food : flans, tartes salées, sucrées, lasagnes, cannelloni, gratins, clafoutis, crumbles, mousses, brownies, terrines, crêpes, gâteaux... sans blé ni laitages.
Elle vous apprend à manier une multitude d'ingrédients de substitution : crèmes végétales liquides, épaisses, purée d'oléagineux, farines de pois chiches, sarrasin, quinoa, millet... et vous délivre ses précieux excursions de major (sans un bon consultant, très difficile de réaliser une easy pâte brisée !).
Quand utiliser le lait d'amande plutôt que le lait de soja
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Par quoi remplacer l. a. crème fraîche épaisse
Comment réaliser une chapelure sans gluten
Comment épaissir une crème au chocolat
Par quoi remplacer les ufs dans un flan
Grâce à son expérience de créatrice et d'animatrice culinaire, Christine Calvet suggest 60 recettes originales et savoureuses.
Saines, elles respectent los angeles cuisson douce préconisée par le Dr Jean Seignalet.
Rapides, elles ne nécessitent pas plus de 20 mins et plairont à toute los angeles famille.
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