Friday, May 6, 2011

French Fridays with Dorie : Tourteau de Chevre and more...


Here is Dorie's recipe for this Friday, It's a cheese cake made with goat cheese and many eggs giving a very spongy and soft wonderful cake. Anita loved it and kept saying how soft it was.
This cake is totally different from cheesecake and from crostata di ricotta.
Please if you want to see more versions of it visit the French Fridays with Dorie site.


As you might know I'm behind with my recipes for FFWD so here is what I made this week:
Bistrot Paul Bert Pepper Steak (with Frites, of course)


Garlicky Crumb-Coated Broccoli


Caramel Topped Semolina Cake



26 comments:

Cakelaw said...

I love how puffy yout torteau de chevre is - I used a pan that was bigger than it should have been so I didn't get much puffing. Your photo of the caramel semolina cake reminds me of how good it was - and I have semolina in the cupboard ...

Adriana said...

Everything looks wonderful! I hadn't joined in by the time the semolina cake made it into the rotation but definitely need to try it out.

Foodiva said...

You have a lovely array of Dorie's recipes here! If I missed some, I don't think I'll have the energy to play catch up. Your tourteau looks almost cake like, I'm impressed!

Lizzy said...

You've been busy in the kitchen!!! And it all looks lovely:)

Cher said...

Wow - that's quite the round up. And you reminded me how much I liked that semolina cake. Time to make it again!

Ei said...

I only started FFWD last week, so the bistrot paul bert steak was the first I made with the group. Your other pictures make me want to go back and catch up! Yum!

Karla said...

Well done with all the cooking! Wow! I never got to make the semolina cake, either, but will have to try that soon for sure.

Betsy said...

Your Torteau looks awesome. What is that you served with it? Candied fruit of some kind, I think, but I can't tell what. It looks good.
Congrats on your "catch up" recipes. They also look delicious.

Maria♥ said...

Everything looks so delish, mmmmm!

Maria
x

Gloria said...

Everything look nice Natalia! yummy
The torte is nice! gloria

Kathy said...

I think your Tourteau came out beautiful. Wow...You really have played catch-up!! I really loved the Caramel Semolina Cake.

Steph said...

All your dishes look beautiful. that's a lot of Dorie for one week, but I bet your family was happy!!

TeaLady said...

You WERE busy this week. I am so far behind with FFwD that I am just going to charge ahead and try to just keep up.

It all looks delicious.

Ms. Hobby said...

Looks great! You had quite the french week, huh?

DessertByCandy said...

You're well on your way to catching up! So glad to have you cooking along in the group. :)

Federica said...

mamma mia che bontà! complimenti! buon w.e.!

Cooking Gallery said...

The meals look delicious! I wish I could try everything :)!

Mary said...

Beautiful...what is the orange thingie next to the tourteau?

tricia s. said...

Oh my - great job all around. I can't believe how many recipes you knocked out this week. It is all I can do to make it through on most weeks and I have Nana helping me :) Your dishes all looked lovely and brought back great memories.That broccoli was one of our favs. Nana and I enjoyed the tourteau big time as well. Great job!

Ivy said...

Everything looks so delicious Natalia. Have a wonderful weekend.

Alessandra said...

I like the idea of the 'cheesecake' made with goat cheese and the caramel topped semolina cake!

ciao and happy week end

Alessandra

Joanne said...

I've seen the torteau de chevre on a few blogs and I'm absolutely in love with it! Yours looks delicious.

chefpandita.com said...

I love how tall and airy your torteau looks in the photos. I have the semolina cake bookmarked, joined FFwD late and never got to make that recipe.

Kudos Kitchen said...

All of your completed recipes look so great! I didn't get to make the Tourteau de Chevre this week but really must put it on my scheduled recipes list. You knocked it out of the park!

Allison said...

You so went to town on the Dorie recipes! You rock sista! I have to make that steak again soon!

Sis. Boom. said...

Nice way to catch up like that! I was a bit behind with this torte too but glad I got to it. I think it may be my favorite thing so far!