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Salad Florentine

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Chicken livers – these once universally beloved little morsels have fallen out of favor with most diners in recent years. I assume that lack of availability , rising cost and most importantly (and sadly), the inability of most un-trained or little-trained cooks in many kitchens to turn these unassuming little buggers into a tasty, yummy looking dish has greatly contributed to their demise in the restaurant scene. Not so in my kitchen 🙂
I love a chicken liver mousse, chicken liver dumplings, fried chicken livers on toast or as a tasty addition to an otherwise plain and simple salad, as presented below.
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Bon Appetit !   Live is Good !
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P.S.
For those of you who can not warm up to chicken livers, use duck livers – just kidding !  – as usual, replace the chicken livers with a protein of your choice, such as shrimp, sausages, calamari, salmon, chicken breast or tights, etc.
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 Salad Florentine

Salad Florentine

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  Salad Florentine

Salad Florentine

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serve with vegetable chips and dried fruits

serve with vegetable chips and dried fruits

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Preparation :
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Easy does it # 19 – Cheese Sandwich (Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber)

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I assume
 that 99 % of all adults (and many kids) have tried their hands on a cheese sandwich, some with more, some with less success 🙂 :-(.
Following is a nice cheese sandwich which can be prepared by anybody in a minimum of time, but the result will provide a maximum flavor and texture experience.
Might I add that the presentation is not too shabby either :-).
Yesterday evening was like most Friday evenings for me – end of work-week, tired, lazy, not interested in spending much time in the kitchen. Also, tomorrow, Saturday, is my day for shopping (and cleaning and laundry and bathing Bella and whatever else piles up during the week), so my fridge and cupboard were rather depleted today. What I found was the following:
Frozen paratha, emmentaler cheese, cucumbers, tomatoes, romaine lettuce, pomegranate, honey and limes for the sandwich and it’s salad.
Throwing it all together resulted in a great looking, excellent tasting, quick and easy to prepare dinner.
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Bon Appetit !   Life is Good !
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Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

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Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber


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Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

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put paratha in a pan on low heat

put paratha in a pan on low heat

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top with emmentaler

top with emmentaler

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top with sliced tomato, sprinkle with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

top with sliced tomato, sprinkle with kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper

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top with pickled cucumber slices(salt, pepper, vinegar) and more emmentaler

top with pickled cucumber slices (salt, pepper, vinegar) and more emmentaler

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cook slowly on both sides until cheese has melted

cook slowly on both sides until cheese has melted

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plate salad (romaine in honey/mustard dressing), sprinkle with pomegranate seeds

plate salad (romaine in honey/mustard dressing), sprinkle with passion fruit seeds

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Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato And Cucumber

Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato And Cucumber

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Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

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Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

Paratha With Emmentaler, Tomato and Cucumber

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