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Découvrez The mirabelle plum

Mirabelle is a high-energy fruit (60kcal per 100 g), thanks to its high sugar content. It owes its laxative properties to a high fiber content (about 2g per 100g, mainly pectin-type soluble fibers) and sorbitol. It also contains minerals and trace elements such as potassium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, magnesium and copper, as well as vitamin C and pro-vitamin A (or beta-carotene). The presence of organic acids optimizes assimilation of calcium and iron in the fruit.

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The recipe of the week

Ingrédients (for 4 to 6 people)

  • 200 g mixed lettuce leaves
  • 1 Belgian endive
  • 400 g crab meat
  • 2 apples
  • 4 spring onions
  • 1 lime
  • ¼ bunch fresh coriander
  • 4 cl olive oil
  • 6 pinches table salt
  • 6 pinches Espelette mild chili

Préparation

Zest and juice the lime.

Wash the onions, slice the white part finely and chop the green stems. Peel the apples and dice 2/3 very small, then the rest into sticks.

Wash and chop the fresh coriander.

Shred the crab meat carefully, removing any cartilage, then mix in a bowl with the diced apple, onions and coriander. Season with olive oil, the lime juice and zests, salt and Espelette mild chili.

Serve the mixture with a mould or in quenelles, decorate with apple sticks.

Garnish with mixed lettuce on the side or as a bed for the crab mixture and a few endive leaves as decoration.

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