Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Le techniquê: How to suprême




Learn how to segment citrus (suprême) in a nice and not messy way. The technique to suprême can be used for limes, lemons, grapefruits, oranges and any other citrus fruit that comes to your mind. The result is elegant in taste and appearance and by removing all the pith from the segments you end up with a very delicate tart flavor, this way you can use both the flesh and the juice from your citrus fruit.
I love to add my limes' suprêmes to my brown butter sauce specially when I'm serving it with a fish and I often blend a big batch of caipirinha for a party and use only the lime supremes to avoid the strong bitter flavor in my drink.




17 comments:

  1. Thank you! It is so simple and so useful!!!
    :))) from Poland!

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  2. Hello I just found your videos on Youtube. Wanted to know where you find the music?

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  4. Today you have unknowingly inspired yet another baker wannabe. Your recipes are mouth-watering yet attainable. I'm so happy to have encountered your video on youtube by chance, I will do the choco tart with hazelnut crust tart real soon. Thank you!

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  5. Hi Raiza,
    Im also a brazilian girl crazy about cooking who lives far far away from home (In the middle east)!
    A couple of days ago, I ran into your blog and fell in love with it! I even made the banana chocolate tarte yesterday and it was A-MA-ZING!
    I laught a lot with your posts,it seems e have a very similar personality, but Im too shy to make videos! :)

    Beijoooo

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    1. Hi Aline, thanks for your message. This banana and choc. tart is one of my favorites- I looove bananas ;)

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    2. Raiza,
      Ive done it with the excuse to publish on my blog (www.bamitbach.blogspot.co.il)...it was a great excuse also to cheat on my diet! eheheh couldnt resist, choco banana is the best combination is the world, even better than rice and (black) beans!
      I like it so much, my mom says when i get married, instead of holding a flower bouquet, Ill hold a bunch of bananas...eheheh

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  6. Where are you girl... I miss you!

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  7. Cade vc?????? Entro todos os dias aqui!!! Ja estamos em março e nenhuma receitinha nova ,; ( bjossss

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  8. Oi Raiza! Tbem sinto falta da tua alegria! E do Hiiii! Volta???? Bjo

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    1. No meio da minha gravação tive um probleminha com a entrada de audio da minha camera, tive que parar tudo e mandar para a assistencia, voltou apenas ontem e fique tranquila que eu vou recompensar voces ;)

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  9. Raiza, quem não fala inglês e gostaria de acompnhar seu blog, fica de fora né?
    Uma pena. Como brasileira, poderia pelo menos ter essa opção.

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    1. Voces tem a opção de traduzir o texto clicando em uma bandeirinha do brasil que tem do lado direito e alguns videos eu dublo em portugues nesse canal do YT: www.youtube.com/raizabdcosta
      Me perdoe se não for o suficiente ;(

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