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Chantal

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2014-03-19

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e who want to call me like that. Chanty is the way my family calls me... A few words about me. I currently live in France, near Paris and as you can bet, I'am a food lover and passionate about travels. I can't dissociate those two hobbies.

Over the last few years I traveled a lot all around the culinary world of the blogs.And then I've decided to put my culinary bags here and to share with you my passion for cooking.
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Travellingpapilles is a new french blog about global food. It also deals with life.. style,restaurants,groceries,products and travels. Come and visit travellingpapilles if you like.. originality. Thanks for stopping by there Chantal

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  • Tamales: the Mayas, Incas and Aztecs papillots
    on May 20, 2014 in RECIPES
    A legacy of the Pre-Colombian period...First I would like to apologize for my absence on Travelling Papilles.Those past days I did not stop blogging I published some recipes on Voyages des Papilles my blog in French. I realize that having two bl...
  • Coconut cream Tapioca pearls recipe
    on Apr 22, 2014 in RECIPES
    The Asian pearls...I already told you about a dessert that I love and which is coconut cream tapioca pearls.This is a Southeast Asian dessert widely eaten in Vietnam and China and also prepared in India.Tapioca comes from the cassava root and is foun...
  • Vietnamese Bo Bun and home sweet home
    on Apr 11, 2014 in RECIPES
    I first would like to apologize for my absence from the blog, I went to the Bahamas for holidays and I came back in France yesterday. To describe the end of the holidays I always have ​​formulas like " All good things come to an end " or " Y...
  • Sweet potatoes bread
    on Mar 28, 2014 in RECIPES
    A sweet potato breakfast...Today I offer you a sweet potatoes bread recipe. I was inspired by English muffins to make this recipe. What I like here, is to use sweet potatoes in a different way from what I have seen in my childhood. Indeed in Bra...
  • Cookie Cake Tatin and first Food Battle
    on Mar 27, 2014 in RECIPES
    This is my first participation in the Food Battle in France since the opening of the blog on February 8 .This time the theme chosen by the site author  lagodiche.fr  is " The cookie dough ." She is also the sponsor of this 18th edition.For...
  • Lentils Dhal: Delicious India
    on Mar 24, 2014
    I love Indian food for its flavors and spices. It is a cuisine of great diversity and richness. While in Northern India greatly influenced by Mughal culture, flatbreads accompany meals, The Southern kitchen is characterized by a high consumption...
  • Chicken salad with avocado and grapefruit and annoyances...
    on Mar 19, 2014 in RECIPES
    They delight us or they frustrate us, some things happen in our lives and lead us to deal with it. Though I think that in any difficult events, we eventually can find positive things, the fact remains that nobody likes suffering from what he did...
  • Coconut milk tapioca cream: A fresh and a cloudy dessert
    on Mar 17, 2014 in RECIPES
    So light, so soft like a cloud...I love the desserts. I can not imagine a meal without them . And I confess that sometimes I don't want to take a second helping of a dish I love because I want to enjoy the irreplaceable sweet touch at the end Ye...
  • Green smoothie: a healthy morning
    on Mar 12, 2014 in RECIPES
    It is a drink I do winter and summer if I need to watch my weight or not. I have green smoothie for my breakfast and it gives me energy I need for the whole day.It can be made with seasonal fruits or with fruits you prefer.Doctors keep telling us we...
  • Tortillas flour and sun in Paris!
    on Mar 12, 2014 in RECIPES
    The spring has arrived in France with 15 days in advance! And it is true that this year we have not really had winter. Last year at the same time, it was snowing in Paris and it was so cold.With this temperature change we want other dishes than soups...
  • Shrimps and Colombo sauce: a journey in the French Antilles
    on Mar 5, 2014 in RECIPES
    Let's stay in French Antilles...Let's stay in the Caribbean with this recipe of shrimps and Colombo sauce I made to eat with the plantin gratin.Colombo powder is a variant of curry brought by Indians to French Antilles (around 1862) when they went to...
  • Plantin Banana gratin
    on Mar 3, 2014 in RECIPES
    Sun in our plate...It's not very long ago banana plantain has appeared in supermarkets in France. And I am pleased to see that plantain has found its place among the vegetables we usually buy.Therefore, sweet potatoes, if they are curr...
  • Spaghettis alle Vongole: Italian colors in your plate
    on Mar 1, 2014 in RECIPES
    A summer in Italy...Italy has probably the ranking of specialties which are interpreted all over the world! Consider just the pizza, it has almost become international! Different areas of the world have local variations on the type of pizza...
  • Pumpkin soup with chickpeas: a bridge between India and the Maghreb
    on Feb 27, 2014 in RECIPES
    I suggest you today a simple soup recipe. It is a recipe among those I love cooking winter evenings. It is cooked with seasonal products and sometimes I do it after work because it requires little time. To change a little bit from classic soup recipe...
  • Smoked Chicken and Okras: a come back to the origins
    on Feb 26, 2014 in RECIPES
    This is one of the great classics of my family and that could also be a study for those interested in migration flows to the welcoming kitchen's countries.New York is a perfect example, we can say that all the world's cuisines are represented. There...
  • Simply Naan Bread
    on Feb 24, 2014 in RECIPES
    The naan bread was brought from Iran and Afghanistan in India under the aegis of Monghols Princes who ruled there for more than 3 centuries. The contribution of  the Monghols people to  the Indian art,  to the architecture ( The T...
  • Palets Bretons:French cookies with the Bordier Butter
    on Feb 19, 2014 in RECIPES
    In France we are lucky to get very good culinary products and those who make them put them in spotlight.French artisans encouraged by the trend back to culinary traditions compete for perfection in the manufacture of local products or deli.There is a...
  • Mango lassi and maple syrup
    on Feb 16, 2014 in RECIPES
    Good smoothie good energy...I love early mornings , the city is still asleep and you have the feeling to own it. I like to arrive early in the morning  when I first discover a country and to see the city comes alive hour after hour. The people g...
  • Chinese style rice and ground meat
    on Feb 12, 2014 in RECIPES
    A Chinese frustration and a total improvisation of a Chinese-inspired dish...Last weekend, my friend and I went to the Chinatown of Paris for shopping. I have some favorite places for Asian kitchen ingredients.There is also my favorite Chinese bakery...
  • Ablos steamed Beninese semolina bread
    on Feb 5, 2014 in RECIPES
    Ablos /Abolo/ steamed Beninese semolina bread: Failures and success finally !I already told about all my attempts to cook steamed Beninese breads called Ablos. They are originally cooked to the term of a long process in Africa (Togo/Benin/Camero...
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