Home cooking recipes that you can try at Kerbeleg

Recipes

Câline’s gingerbread

Each time she comes to Kerbeleg, Câline aux fourneaux treats us to a few delicacies or delicious “grandma’s” dishes for which she shares her secrets and tricks. As Christmas approaches, it is her legendary gingerbread, to be sliced thinly and toasted at the last minute to spread all kinds of terrines and aperitif mixtures on. […]

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Published on: 22 December 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Véro’s Croc’annelles

Ingredients Recipe

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Published on: 3 November 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Véro’s risotto recipe

When aunt Véro comes to Kerbeleg, we sing, we dance, we swing, but it also smells good the greedy kitchen. Ingredients For 6 people: Recipe

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Published on: 3 November 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

La recette de dal végétarien d’oncle BobUncle Bob’s vegetarian dal recipe

Uncle Bob, alias Louis Raveton… alias Mister Shwill (yes it’s really him) was in Brittany between two soaring or dancing compositions. A great opportunity to enjoy some delicious recipes, starting with his vegetarian dal. Ingredients For 8 people: Recipe

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Published on: 3 November 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s “Les ÉCUREUILS” Vegetarian Hazelnut Cake Recipe

A savoury companion to the Kerbeleg breakfasts, your Pic-Nic outings or your fireside aperitifs, this delicious recipe will delight young and old gourmets and rodents of all kinds… Ingredients Quantities to be adapted according to your desires of the moment, you can replace the hazelnuts by other types of nuts. Preparation 15min, for 5-6 persons: […]

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Published on: 2 October 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Recipe for Uncle Bernie’s Rainbow Vegetable Ingot

Bernard, who is visiting Kerbeleg, got into the kitchen for this refreshing vegetable cake. You can replace the goat cheese with coconut cream for the Vegan version. Ingredients Quantities and assortment of vegetables to be adapted according to your desires of the moment or of the season. 300 to 500 g of vegetables and two […]

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Published on: 28 August 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s Salted Butter Caramel Cream Recipe

Aaaahhh… The good salted butter of Brittany! Discover this delicacy before a day’s walk on the coastal paths, or a sailing trip when the wind is full of sea spray and the sails are slapping. A sweet treat for breakfast on your slice of Uncle Fafa’s “Bee & Cicada” bread. Ingredients One jar of powdered […]

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Published on: 21 August 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s chilled tomato mousse recipe

Auntie Nana has prepared a refreshing little surprise for this scorching summer… A surprising reinvented version of gazpacho, but this time in the form of a mousse in which you can almost stick your spoon. Ingredients 3 ripe garden tomatoes 1 clove of garlic 1 teaspoon of honey (depending on your taste) 1/2 boursin cheese […]

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Published on: 29 July 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s Bigouden amandines

Of course there are the unavoidable palets and galettes de Pont-Aven, but this little crunchy shortbread delicacy will make the little and big gourmets in the house put their hands in the pot until the last crumb of toasted almond… Ingredients 150g almond powder Slivered almonds (for decoration) 300g sugar 500g t55 flour 2 eggs […]

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Published on: 18 July 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s cherry & lavender jam

The delicate aroma of lavender wonderfully complements the taste of the fragile cherry. A real treat for breakfast on a slice of Uncle Fafa’s “Bee & Cicada” bread. Ingredients 1 kg of cherries 700 g jam sugar (confisuc) 1 generous handful of lavender flowers Recipe Pit the cherries Leave to macerate for one day in […]

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Published on: 16 July 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s ginger shortbread

Ginger is always a debatable ingredient in the kitchen… Peppery to some, or even ‘soap-like’ to others… I’m always amazed to discover that gourmets can bite into a block of soap, but hey. Come on, let’s not dawdle, children and gourmets of all ages are stamping their feet! Ingredients A nice ginger root 8g bicarbonate […]

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Published on: 30 May 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s ‘sweet and sour’ grape and cheese cookies

In the land of salted butter caramel, anything goes, so we’re having a bit of fun and you won’t be disappointed by this surprising mix for a crunchy cookie for your “11am or 4pm snack”. Ingredients 80g sultanas 120g grated emmental cheese (or other according to your taste) 8g bicarbonate of soda (1 teaspoon) 180g […]

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Published on: 18 May 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s strawberry & thyme jam

The subtle and discreet aroma of garden thyme enhances this classic strawberry jam with a hint of Provencal herb to brighten up your breakfast bread slices. A real delight with a dab of Breton salted butter on a slice of Uncle Fafa’s “Bee & Cicada” bread. Ingredients 1kg strawberries 800 g sugar 1 lemon 2 […]

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Published on: 7 May 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

Aunt Nana’s orange & cinnamon jam

This delicious jam is a good substitute for classic orange marmalade or jelly. Mixing before cooling will allow it to develop a unique taste. A real treat for breakfast on a slice of Uncle Fafa’s “Bee & Cicada” bread. Ingredients 12 oranges for juice 2 lemons 1 litre of water 2 kg of sugar 1 […]

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Published on: 5 May 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes

The “Bee & Cicada” loaf, the home recipe for your breakfast bread

Like all our guests, you will enjoy the “Abeille & Cigale” bread. Our recipe created for you is prepared with passion so that every morning, the crunchy note is at the rendezvous of your breakfasts. This recipe combines a subtle note of honey and herbs of Provence in generous quantities. You will be surprised, let […]

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Published on: 9 April 2022  -  Filed under: Blog EN, Recipes