Deserts (Dessert or pastry (6 servings))

For the bottom layer:
135 g flour
60 g butter in small pieces
30 g sugar
1 egg yolk
1 tbsp water
a pinch of salt
For the pistachio filling:
50 g almond flour
25 g ground pistachios
25 g coarsely chopped pistachios
60 g cane sugar
1 egg
25 g melted butter
a pinch of salt

For the rhubarb:
750 g rhubarb stalks
2 dl sweet white wine
100 g sugar
a few drops of rose water
A handful of pistachios for decoration


For the bottom layer:
Beat sugar with egg yolk and add water. Sieve the flour and rub butter into it using your hands to make shortcrust pastry. Add the egg-sugar mixture, knead into a ball and wrap in plastic wrap. Let it rest for 1 hour in the refrigerator. Preheat the oven to 170 °C. Grease a rectangular baking tin. Roll out the dough and put it in the baking tin.
Make the pistachio filling:
Mix all ingredients together and place it on the bottom of the baking tin.
Make the rhubarb:
Wash the rhubarb stalks and cut them to the size of the baking tin. Take a deep saucepan and bring wine with sugar and rose water to boil. Poach the rhubarb for about 3 minutes (depending on the thickness of the stems). Take the rhubarb out and place it over the filling.
Put the cake in the oven for 25-30 minutes.
Let the wine reduce further to a syrup.
Remove the cake from the oven and brush with the syrup.
Let it cool and serve with chopped pistachio nuts and some rose petals.

Lamsragoût with  apricots

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Rose Flavoured  Lemonade

Rose Flavoured Lemonade

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Festive aperitif drink

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