Assortment of summer salads and Veuve Clicquot focaccia

Assortment of summer salads and Veuve Clicquot focaccia

By Héloise Brion, Irene Berni & Sabrina Goldin
For these young chefs, the decision was easy: they wanted to make recipes that they would like to eat – and share!
Assortment of summer salads and Veuve Clicquot focaccia

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You'll need

  • Focaccia dough;
  • Za'atar;
  • Olive oil;
  • Asparagus;
  • Cherry tomatoes;
  • 1 scallion;
  • Peas;
  • Edible flowers
1. Mix the focaccia dough and the Za'atar.

2. Transfer the dough to a baking sheet with some olive oil and top with raw asparagus strips, scallions, cherry tomatoes and peas.

3. Cover and let sit for 1 hour. Bake at 200°C (392°F) for 15 minutes.

4. Garnish with edible flowers.

You'll need

  • Potatoes;
  • Radishes;
  • Sardines;
  • Olive oil;
  • Lemon;
  • Dukkah (mixture of Middle Eastern seeds and spices)
1. Fry the sardines in butter and olive oil, then remove the bones.

2. Make a sauce with the butter, olive oil, and lemon.

3. Bake the potatoes and radishes in the sauce for 45 minutes at 190°C (375°F).

4. Add some olive oil, chives, and dukkah.

You'll need

  • 4 eggs;
  • 3 tbsp peas;
  • 3 tbsp fava beans;
  • Beets;
  • Dukkah (a mixture of Middle Eastern seeds and spices)
1. Blanch the peas and beans.

2. Cut the asparagus and beets into strips.

3. Boil the eggs for 6 minutes, cut them in half, and serve with the asparagus and beets, some fresh oregano, a drizzle of olive oil, some dukkah, and a vinaigrette made from olive oil, balsamic vinegar, lemon juice, and lemon zest.

You'll need

  • Cucumbers;
  • Apricots;
  • Burrata;
  • Sage
1. Cut the cucumbers into strips and the apricots in half, then cook them on the BBQ grill.

2. On a large plate, arrange the sliced burrata on a bed of sage. In a saucepan, infuse some olive oil with some sage.

3. Be careful not to burn the oil. Drizzle the apricots and cucumbers with the infused oil.

You'll need

  • 7 tomatoes;
  • 3 peaches;
  • 100 g (3.5 oz) feta cheese;
  • 2 heads of garlic;
  • 1 bottle of olive oil;
  • Pecan nuts;
  • Honey;
  • Basil
1. Cook the garlic in some aluminum foil with a little olive oil for 25 minutes inside the barbecue coals, along with the peaches (cut into quarters) and feta cheese.

2. Infuse the grilled feta with some olive oil and honey.

3. Slice then serve the tomatoes with the peaches, garlic, feta, pecans, and basil.

You'll need

  • 50 baby potatoes;
  • A handful of fresh herbs;
  • 20 wild strawberries
1. Bake the potatoes in the oven.

2. For the sauce: In a mortar, crush some carrot tips, cilantro, parsley, garlic, Espelette pepper, olive oil, salt, pepper, and Veuve Clicquot Rosé champagne.

3. Serve with wild strawberries.


Héloise Brion, Irene Berni and Sabrina Goldin

Sabrina Goldin is originally from Argentina. She’s the co-founder (with her husband, Stéphane Abby), of the Parisian restaurant Carbon. An ode to sharing and nature, the restaurant perfectly reflects the values of the couple. And in the kitchen, Sabrina makes use of the most ancient cooking element in the world – fire. Héloïse Brion worked in fashion before dedicating herself to cooking and founding the famous website Miss Maggie's Kitchen, where she shares recipes and tips with culinary arts enthusiasts. Irene Berni is an Italian entrepreneur. She runs a bed & breakfast and is the author of cookbooks.

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