Блог автора методики коррекции веса Нелли Кешишьян

вторник, 27 января 2015 г.

Brizol . Бризоль . Запечь или зажарить в омлете (картошку или мясо или овощи)

Бризоль – это не название блюда, а способ приготовления. 

Дословно означает «зажаренный в омлете».

Рецепты на кухне в Кенеллии для тех кто хочет потолстеть и для тех,

 кто хочет похудеть:-) Один рецепт для гостей читайте здесь:-)


 Омлетный блинчик:Смешать одно яйцо, молоко, соль, посыпать перцем и 

пожарить тонкий омлет с двух сторон

Раскатать под пленкой пищевой блинчик из фарша.(мясного или  

куриного)




Накладываем блинчик из фарша на омлет. Потом сковородку закрываем 


тарелкой и переворачиваем блинчики в тарелку и возвращаем на 

сковородку обратной стороной. После запекания, уложили на тарелку 

нашу еду, смазали соусом и свернули в рулет.




Более диетический вариант:

Кладем в форму для запекания и ставим в разогретую до 180 градусов 

духовку на 20 минут.

Соус для тех кто хочет толстеть: сметана+шпинат+соленый огурец(порезать)
Соус для тех кто хочет худеть : "Кенелля"


Бризоль с курицей




Бризоль с овощами


Этот рецепт с пюре для тех, кто хочет потолстеть!


Бризоль с мясным фаршем

понедельник, 12 января 2015 г.

Penguin Macarons with Eggnog Ganache.Программа ПРАЗДНИКИ ДЛЯ ДЕТЕЙ.











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Don't ask me why there's a pair of penguin macarons in a tiny bed. I was having a weird day. :-))))I guess I thought they looked cold after playing in the fake snow? I don't know. And I'm aware they don't look much like penguins, but they're still cute.

I'd like to believe that if a penguin macaron was playing around in fake snow that he'd be making snow angels with his invisible flippers.

The eggnog flavoured ganache is made with white chocolate ganache, eggnog and plenty of nutmeg. It's pretty delicious. You can always skip the eggnog part if you're not a fan of it but to be honest it's not that different from a regular white chocolate ganache. Their little beaks are made from bits of chewy Starbursts.


(makes about 15 macarons)
Note: if you are a beginner with macarons, read up and practice plain macarons first. BraveTart has lots of useful advice and info on the subject
100g egg whites, at room temperature
1/4 tsp salt
110g almond meal, at room temperature and well sifted
200g icing (confectioner's) sugar
50g sugar (I use caster/superfine)
Optional: 1 tsp powdered egg whites (available from The Essential Ingredient), helps to stabilise egg whites but is not necessary, black food colouring (preferably gel or powdered)
Heart-shaped sprinkles, chewy starburst lollies, to decorate

Line two baking trays with good quality baking paper. Place icing sugar in food processor and pulse for a minute to remove any lumps. Stir in almond meal and pulse for about 30 seconds to combine. (If you don’t have a processor just sift together with a fine sieve.) Sift into a large mixing bowl and set aside. Using an electric mixer, beat egg whites and salt (and egg white powder) in a medium mixing bowl until it reaches soft peaks. With the mixer on high speed, gradually add sugar (and food colouring) and beat until it reaches stiff peaks.

Add meringue to your dry mixture and mix together with a spatula, quickly at first to break down the bubbles in the egg white (you really want to beat all the large bubbles out of the mixture, which is easily done by smearing the mixture on the bottom and side of the bowl with your spatula), then mix carefully as the dry mixture becomes incorporated and it starts to become shiny again. Place 2/3rds of the mixture in a separate bowl and add black food colouring. Take care not to overmix, the mixture should flow like lava and a streak of mixture spread over the surface of the rest of the mixture should disappear after about 30 seconds.

Place black mixture in a piping bag with a 1cm round piping tip. Pipe ovals about 2.5cm x 3cm wide on your prepared trays, leaving about 3cm space around each one (try and make half of them a few mm bigger, these will be the backs of the penguins). Tap baking sheets carefully and firmly on the benchtop a couple times to remove any large bubbles. Place white mixture in a piping bag with a 1cm round piping tip. Very gently pipe a small V-shape in the middle of half of the piped macarons (like this photo), then tap sheets again to remove any bubbles. Carefully add two heart-shaped sprinkles to the bottom of the black and white shells for the penguin feet Leave to dry for about 60 mins, until when you press the surface of one gently it does not break/stick to your finger. This will help prevent any cracking and help the feet to form on the macs.

Preheat your oven to 130-150°C (265-300°F), depending on your oven (fan-forced ovens may need to be set as low as 100°C, it really depends) . You can place the sheet of piped shells on top of an upside-down roasting tray or another baking tray, for better heat distribution. Bake for 20-25 minutes, depending on the size of your shells. Carefully test if the base of the shell is ready by gently lifting one and if it’s still soft and sticking to the baking paper, then it needs to bake for a few minutes longer. Remove from the oven and cool on the tray for a few minutes, then gently remove from the sheet and place on a wire rack to cool. Use an edible ink pen or a skewer dipped into liquid food colouring to draw on eyes.

For the eggnog white chocolate ganache: 
100g good quality white chocolate, finely chopped
100ml store-bought eggnog (or make your own from scratch)
1/4 tsp ground nutmeg

Place chopped chocolate and nutmeg in a bowl and set aside. Heat eggnog in a small saucepan on medium-low heat until it just comes to the boil and then pour over the chocolate. Leave for about 3 minutes to allow chocolate to melt. Use a whisk to combine mixture until it is smooth. Chill, whisking it every 5 minutes to ensure it stays smooth, until the mixture thickens but is still pipable. Place in  a small piping bag (ziplock bags with a corner snipped off are handy for this), pipe on one of the black and white shells and sandwich with a black shell. Repeat with remaining shells. Chill macarons in an airtight container overnight to allow flavour to mature. Serve at room temperature.