True gourmets will spare neither time nor money to enjoy a really exclusive dish. The review presents some of the most expensive in the world of culinary delights. Some of them need to be booked in the restaurant for a few days until that magic moment when you can try.
For this dish, but six of the choicest eggs and fresh cream, you need the meat of a lobster, chives and 10 ounces black caviar (about 300 g, at a price per ounce of $65). Representatives of the restaurant say that the dish costs the guests almost at cost of $1000. In the menu there is a more budget version of Frittata with a reduced amount of lobster meat and caviar costing only $100.
2. Pizza Louis XIII proves that fast food can be elevated to the level of true culinary art.
Chef Renato viola (Salerno, Italy) prepares her long and lovingly. As a filling, which is laid out on pizza in front of customer, he uses shrimp, lobster meat and lobster, three kinds of caviar and Buffalo mozzarella, and salt dish exclusively Australian pink salt mined in the valley of the Murray river (it gives the pizza a special delicate taste and aroma). Continue reading
George Bernard Shaw has said that the greatest sincerity in expressing their feelings manifested in matters of food. This explains such a huge number of recipes, including difficult to define the most delicious dish in the world. Culinary portals contain numerous surveys of similar subjects, summing up the results, you can get an idea of popular and favorite dishes in different countries, as well as those foods that have long been “lost nationality” and become international.
The most delicious hot dishes
The title of the most delicious in the world can claim Italian lasagna, which is a puff pastry, where a variety of stuffing shifted the sheets of dough and poured sauce. The content can consist of meat or vegetables, but be sure to add the Parmesan. Foreign cooks gave the world fondue – melted cheese where you dip bread. Modern variations of this dishes allow to change the composition, but one thing remains unchanged: a dip in hot liquid. Continue reading
Scaloppine Panna funghi
From a clever combination of three words is not accidental breathes the spirit of Italy – the name is met in the menu of the trattoria “Rimini”. It is here that serves a dish of pork tenderloin, mushrooms and cream with baked potatoes as a side dish. Reminds nothing? Scaloppine – nothing like the Italian version of the French escalope – fried in flour thin plates of veal or other meat, sliced and prepared in a special way. And cooking a La “Fungi” hints at a creamy mushroom sauce.
Meat is cut across the grain thin, but wide pieces and bounces. After salt and pepper it, fry both sides in hot fat until crispy brown. Mushrooms boil in salted water. Remove the meat from the pan, pour there a little mushroom broth and boil about 6-8 minutes. Then return the meat, put sliced tomatoes, and pour diluted with water tomato paste and stew for about 6 minutes. Before serving the cuts of meat laid out the mushrooms and as a side dish usually served baked or fried potatoes, sprinkled with herbs. Continue reading