Friday, 16 September 2016

French food Friday...Clafoutis salé d’épinards au saumon


photo and recipe from here

Bonjour from a cooler SW France,

The heat wave appears to have left France now and we can return to life as normal....

Today I am in the mood for something savoury and this recipe is perfect. The recipe appears in French followed by an English version below.

Ingrédients (4 personnes)
1 beau bouquet d’épinards frais
2 tranches de saumon fumé
25 cl de lait
50 g de farine
50 g de ricotta (ou de parmesan, ou gruyère selon ce que vous avez)
20 g de beurre
3 oeufs
Sel et poivre


1. Rincer les épinards, les blanchir 3 minutes à l’eau bouillante.
2. Les égoutter dans une passoire.
3. Dans un saladier, battre les œufs. Ajouter la farine puis le lait et le beurre fondu. Mélanger.
4. Ajouter le fromage, saler et poivrer.
5. Beurrer un plat à gratin, y ajouter les épinards et les morceaux de saumon puis ajouter l’appareil à clafoutis.
6. Enfourner à 180° pendant 40 minutes.

Ingrédients (Serves 4 )

1 nice bunch of fresh spinach
2 slices of smoked salmon chopped into small pieces
250 ml milk
50 g  flour
50 g ricotta  (or  parmesan or gruyère cheese or anything similar)
20 g butter melted
3 eggs
Salt & pepper


METHOD
1. Heat the oven to 180°.
2.Rinse the spinach, cook for  3 minutes in boiling water.
3. Leave to drain in a strainer.
4. In a bowl beat the eggs with a fork. Add the flour followed by the milk and then the melted butter. Mix well.
5. Add the cheese, salt and pepper.
6. Grease a gratin dish, place the spinach and the salmon pieces in the dish. Pour over the  clafoutis mixture.
7. Cook at 180° for 40 minutes.

bon vendredi à tous, Leeann x

4 comments:

  1. This sounds perfect to try tomorrow - a wet and cold spring day in Melbourne. Bon week-end.

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  2. Wet and cold....we have been complaining about the heat but it will start turning cold here soon :-(
    Everytime I have visited Melbourne it has been either very hot or unseasonably chilly. Mind you we were living in Sydney at the time and most places are chilly when compared to Sydney in the summer.
    à très bientot, Leeann

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  3. sounds delicious and quick. Will wait for it to cool down here in southern Arizona before cranking up the oven to try it.

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  4. This is making me hungry! Nice recipe ♥

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