Last day of GW
Here it is... the golden week is going to end soon... it's going to be hard to leave our stray cat, the garden and the big kitchen. I have baked a dozen of breads, tarts, quiches, I have made ravioli and all sort of things. DIYed with A. and gardened quite a lot. We've had 10 friends visiting, went for walks in the woods, meet snakes we didn't know about... In short, country life.
So to conclude this golden week, I would like to introduce a new recipe, inspired loosely from Pierre in Osaka: a cold new onion soup. My recipe is probably much simpler than that at Pierre, but the result was amazing. New onions are in season and I can only recommend you try!
Cold new onion soup, for 4 people as a starter
- 3 large new onion
- 15cl of fresh cream
- salt and pepper
Peel off the first skin of the onion, cut them in four, set in a pan and cover with water, add a bit of salt. Boil them until soft. Blend them with the remaining water (if not too much), add the cream. Keep at room temperature or refrigerate before serving. When serving add black pepper.