This is my first try at David Leibovitz’s cookbook My Paris Kitchen. I ordered the book on Amazon but it did not arrive in time for the first LYL on the blog page http://www.cookthebookfridays.wordpress.com. So this is my first blog post.
I’m so glad to be participating in this project with the Doristas from frenchfridayswithdorie.com I have been following their blogs for about 2 years now and have made many dishes from Dorie’s book Arround my French Table. The book has become my go to cookbook. I often go and see how the other Doristas did on a particular dish.
Back to David’s book. It has a lot of written text with anecdotes from Paris. I love reading it before I go to bed.
Here you can see the ingredients for the Dukkah.
I used almonds instead of hazelnuts.
I got some help from my 10yrs old.
When the Dukkah was ready I cut the cauliflower and put it in the oven. I love that David’s book has weight and celsius. I do not have to convert the temperature.
Here you have the end results.
I was lucky to get one bite. My DH and my brother in law had some healthy helpings. So all in all we loved it and will make again. This book is very promising.