Japchae is a very popular Korean dish. It’s a festive meal and they serve it during their biggest holidays. For me, every day should be holidays so, I try to have Japchae as often as I can! HA-HA-HA Plus, it’s so easy to make and it’s absolutely delicious. The funny part is that you can enjoy it cold or hot. You decide! Honestly I prefer to eat it hot. All ingredients are individually prepared and cooked so it makes it even more simple. 

As you know, we’ve been living in Bordeaux for 1 month and half now. We have such beautiful ingredients here that we don’t have in QC. It’s insane and it gives us so much inspiration to cook and to make cocktails. The first time I saw “Coquillettes” it was on an Instagram picture from the feed of a Bordeaux blogger. She was having brunch and she made a story about it. I asked her what it was but… No answer from her. Whatever HA-HA-HA!!! I did my own research and I found out what was the base of “Coquillette” recipes. So I created this one just for you with all my love!

Hello loves, it’s been a while since I put any recipe here. Sorry about that. We were busy at preparing our trip to Bordeaux. As it’s a long trip, about 3 months, it was a lot of preparation. Now we are perfectly installed in Bordeaux so I won’t let you down anymore. I swear! To be forgiven I go with sweet treats here! HAHAHA I know how to be forgiven… Right?

This bread is totally amazing! As polyvalent Zucchini is, this bread is as well. Sometimes I just eat it as a dessert, but I also use it during dinner or even as an appetizer. It goes perfectly with cheese, little pate or with a cozy winter soup. I think it’s the way I prefer this bread. You know … a garlic soup, old cheese, little pate and this amazing zucchini bread! OK I’m drooling on myself now! I will finish this post and will make all of this for dinner right away after. HA-HA-HA This is totally me … can’t talk about food and not going totally starving.