Saturday, March 08, 2014

A French boy came to stay with us.

Now I removed the HINA dolls from the shelf. Because it's said that if we keep decorating HINA dolls after March 3, the girls in the house will not be able to marry. I put things about Easter on the shelf.

Last week a French boy who is 19 came to stay with us.
He came to do his internship in a art craft workshop near my house. At night he joined my class.
He made crepe, and tuna mossue.

  So I taught him how to make OKONOMIYAKI. I hope he'll make OKONOMIYAKI in France. In France it might be difficult to get thick sauce, but they have brown sauce. Probably it suits to OKONOMIYAKI. Or they yous ketchup and mayonnaise.

I'll show you the rechip of crepe and tuna mousse.
tuna mousse
1 kg of tuna (drained)
• A small concentrated box of tomato
• 4 tablespoons of lemon mayonnaise (or mayonnaise + lemon juice)
• Box of liquid/fresh cream (little square box)
• 1 bag of jelly in Madeira (24g of salt jelly)
- First, put the jelly in a pan with a half of a water glass and mix (to heat with a small fire),
- With a mixer, mix all ingredients except the jelly,
- Then, add the jelly when it is more cold and mix a second time,
- At the end, put it in a charlotte mold tupperware (tupperware box),
- Put in your fridge and wait the next day,
- The next day, turn out it in a plate [and decorate it with lemon slices and parsley].
IMPORTANT : Make it the day before eating !
For ~25 (big) crêpes
– 500g of flour
– 200g of castor sugar
– 1 pinch of salt
– 4 eggs
– 60g of melted butter
– 1 liter of milk
– 1 pocket of vanilla sugar (if you do not have it, you can just put a little of vanilla extract)
– (You can also add 1 tablespoon of rum alcohol)
• Mix the flour, the salt, sugar and vanilla sugar (or vanilla extract)
• Add the beaten eggs (Mix the white and the yellow of egg together before to add at the first mix) and, add also
the milk
• Then, add the cooled melted butter
Advices :
# Mix with a whisk in order to obtain a homogeneous dough without lumps
# Let the dough rest a bit before eating
# Grease the pan with a paper towel oiled
# If the dough is too fat to be baked, you can add a little of water.
# (If you have a blossom orange extract, you can add 2 tablespoon of it)

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