Thursday, December 15, 2011

FFwD: potato chip tortilla


I loved this one. It was so easy and it did taste so great. A perfect lunch meal.
It had enough taste. And did I mention the easy part????

A nice recipe for everyone, I'm sure. And it looks great.
And because it was so easy, I had a lot of time to think about what to cook on christmas.
My parents and my brother, his wife and their childeren are joining us on the 25th of december.

My menu will be like this:
- Amuse: calvadosapple with pate;
- grilled tuna, broccolimusselini and soysauce;
- melonspoom;
- salmon with zuchinni scales and champagne sauce, accompanied with pommes ducesse and potato gratin;
- poached pear with caramel mousse and almond tuilles.

I'm looking forward to making all of this. I've ordered the fish already. Christmas is the one time a year (almost) when you can get crazy on the menu like this. Maybe I even get it done to make some pictures to blog.

But I've to wait for a week, so I will.

We don't write the recipes on our site, but there are similar recipes to be found on the internet.

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Have a nice weekend.


Cher said...

Your Christmas menu sounds lovely. I am not quite so organized this year...

This tortilla was very easy - I was surprised how quickly it came together.

KarenP said...

I am so happy you loved this! Yours looks better than mine. Your Christmas meal sounds delicious - especially the poached pear with caramel mousse and almond tuilles!

Susan said...

Glad you enjoyed this - I took a pass as I'm not a great fan of eggs. However, your Christmas menu sounds lovely! I'll be making Ahi for dinner tonight.

Betsy said...

I loved how easy this was too. Your Christmas dinner sounds fabulous, especially the fish. I hope you have time to take pictures, because I'd love to see it with its zucchini scales! Have a Merry Christmas!

yummychunklet said...

Your tortilla looks delicious, and I can't wait to see your upcoming week of cooking!

Kathy said...

Delicious looking...so glad you enjoyed it! We liked it too!

Elin said...

Yea ...this tortilla is easy and fun and has great flavor. I used the flavored chips for extra oomph . Great party food. Merry Xmas and a Happy NewYear to you and family . Look forward to seeing your Xmas meal here;)

Christy said...

Great Christmas menu! Great photos of the tortilla too. Can't wait to see the results of your holiday dinner. Happy Holidays!

Elaine said...

I really love that last photo - just a perfect slice with the bit of green. Your Christmas menu sounds wonderful. I hope you do get to post about it. Have a wonderful holiday week!

Pacheco Patty said...

Beautiful pictures of a simple and delicious quick family meal! Have a wonderful holiday and enjoy that Christmas menu- sounds delicious;-)

lola said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and encouraging me with my pictures. I'm intrigued by the header on your blog and plan to roam around seeing what you're up to!

Marie said...

Your planned Christmas dinner sounds delicious! (Better, I still have to say, than the potato chip tortilla, but yours does look good).

4pure said...

I try to make the pictures. My pommes duchesse, I'm going to make before christmas, so that's one for sure.