La Bonne Cuisine

La Bonne Cuisine Catering and Events is a full service wedding and corporate event catering company serving the San Francisco Bay area. 

 

Spicy Balinese Beef Pot Pie

Calories 130

Total Fat 10g-

Saturated fat 3 g-

Sodium 036mg

Carbohydrates 3.5g-

Sugar 0.1 g-

Fiber 0g

Protein 20.5

Vitamin C 0.75 mg

Calcium 5 mg

Iron 1.5 mg

 

Vegetarian NO

Nuts NO

Dairy Yes with Crust

Weight Watcher Point 4

 

In keeping with Hindu dietary restrictions, beef is seldom served in a Balinese household. That doesn’t mean it’s forbidden though! Meat in Bali, is always cooked with a pile of fresh spices that tenderize, preserve, uplift and nurture. It’s also about aiding digestion and a dash of tamarind, a few sprightly gingers and lemongrass will always help that process.

 

Chicken Mole Pot Pie

Calories 110

Total Fat 12g-

Saturated fat 2 g-

Sodium 44 mg

Carbohydrates 1.7g-

Sugar 2 g-

Fiber 0g

Protein 17

Vitamin C 0.40 mg

Calcium 3 mg

Iron 0.5 mg

 

Vegetarian NO

Nuts NO

Dairy Yes with Crust

Weight Watcher Point 3

 

Mole (/ˈmoʊleɪ//ˈmoʊli/ Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmole]; from Nahuatl mōlli, "sauce") is the generic name for a number of sauces originally used in Mexican cuisine, as well as for dishes based on these sauces. Outside Mexico, it often refers specifically to mole poblano. In contemporary Mexico, the term is used for a number of sauces, some quite dissimilar, including black, red/colorado, yellow, green, almendrado, de olla, huaxmole, guacamole and pipián. Generally, a mole sauce contains a fruit, chili pepper, nut and such spices as black peppercinnamoncumin, and chocolate.

 

Broccoli and Cheddar Pot Pie

Calories 155

Total Fat 18 g

Saturated fat 13 g-

Sodium 245 mg

Carbohydrates 14 g

Sugar 1.8g

Fiber 5.6 g

Protein 3.5

Vitamin C 5 %

Calcium 10

Iron 0.0

 

Vegetarian YES

Nuts NO

Dairy Yes 

Weight Watcher Point 4

 

The humble potpie was once the height of culinary style. Filled with four and twenty blackbirds, for example, it was, at least in the nursery rhyme, a dainty dish to set before the king.

During the Elizabethan era, these savory pastries — decorated with flowers, fanciful designs and heraldic devices — were elaborate assertions of the chef's skill in the royal households of France and England. Among the lower classes, potpies were popular because the addition of a crust helped feed another mouth or two, while individual pies such as pasties, empanadas and pierogies were well-suited for sale by street vendors as portable meals.

Potpies are still part of the traditional cuisine of many regions throughout Europe. The Galician empanada from northern Spain is a version made with chunks of pork or fish. Cornish tin miners brought their hand-held meat pies, called pasties, with them to the copper and iron mines of upper Michigan.

The famous Greek spanakopita is essentially a spinach potpie in a phyllo crust, and Italy offers its Easter pie (torta Pasqualina) from Liguria. It is a quiche-like vegetable pie that at one time sported 33 layers, symbolizing Jesus Christ's age when he was crucified. And Muscovites serve an open-top meat pie, somewhat similar in appearance to a deep-dish pizza, called rasstegai.

 

 

 

 

 

Beef Slider and Its Brioche

Calories 125

Total Fat 5 g

Saturated fat 3 g-

Sodium 145 mg

Carbohydrates 12.1 g

Sugar 1.5g

Fiber 1.6 g

Protein 20.5

Vitamin C 11 %

Calcium 20

Iron 0.3

 

Vegetarian NO

Nuts NO

Dairy Yes If with Brioche

Weight Watcher Point 2

 

Salmon Sliders with its brioche

Calories 145

Total Fat 5.5 g

Saturated fat 3 g-

Cholesterol 125 mg

Sodium 223 mg

Carbohydrates 12.1 g

Sugar 3g

Fiber 1.6 g

Protein 23

Vitamin C 8 %

Calcium 17

Iron 0.3

 

Vegetarian NO

Nuts NO

Dairy Yes If with Brioche

Weight Watcher Point 4

 

 

Sliders are one of the hallmarks of American cuisine. You probably just think of them as miniature hamburgers (or buffalo chicken sandwiches, or whatever other little thing restaurants these days put onto a small bun and call a slider), but in reality they’re a unique food product that deserves recognition on their own.

SLIDER RECIPES

 

In order to understand why sliders are called sliders, you first need to know how real sliders are made at legendary slider spots like White Manna in New Jersey. As opposed to hamburgers, which are made by cooking a burger patty on a griddle or grill then placing it onto a bun, sliders start with a well-oiled griddle and a ball of meat, which is smashed onto the griddle (usually accompanied by a small handful of onions, which fry into the meat as it cooks). The meat is flipped after it’s been nicely seared, then, while it’s still on the griddle, the toppings, including the top bun, are added and allowed to steam.

One common theory as to why they’re called sliders is the way that they’re slid across the griddle before the toppings are added to make way for new patties. Another theory is the fact that they “slide” down easy as you’re eating a few, and yet another (popularized by White Castle) is that they slide out of their boxes easily. 

 

Mac and Cheese Cup Cake 

Calories 155

Total Fat 5.5 g

Saturated fat 3.8 g-

Sodium 195 mg

Carbohydrates 16 g

Sugar 0.5g

Fiber 0.8 g

Protein 8.5

Vitamin C 4.5 %

Calcium 17.3 %

Iron 5.4

 

Vegetarian NO

Nuts NO

Dairy Yes If with Brioche

Weight Watcher Point 2

 

 
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