Loïc Dablé is a Franco-Ivorian chef, he does not consider himself a chef with a nationality because he is influenced by different culinary forms. It is inspired by it and reflects it in the use of products from Africa.

CEO of the group Loïc Dablé, culinary consultant and juror of the TV show star Chef, he is distinguished by his creativity and his talent in order to propose a new definition of African gastronomy. In 2013 he founded the group Loïc Dablé in order to convey contemporary African cuisine.

In 2012, he took part in the first season of star chef alongside Christian Abégan. Star Chef is an Africa-centered culinary show. It also deals with the different ways of consuming African ingredients.

This participation allowed him to share his fresh and uninhibited innovative knowledge. In addition, his participation opened doors for him. It was a career accelerator in terms of communication and encounters on the African continent and also in France.

Studies at the School of trades of the table of Paris. Chief of the kitchen. CEO of a consulting company for hotels and restaurants. Studies at the School of trades of the table of Paris.  Apprentice in star restaurants in London, Ibiza. Here is the recipe for success for this passionate African-starred cuisine such as Georges V or the Mécure in Paris.

Loïc Dablé has become a highly publicised chef he divides himself between Africa and France, he conducts various consultancy activities at hotels and restaurants within the group Loïc Dablé with his partner and partner Helen Biyot. Its goal is to promote in the world “a contemporary vision of African gastronomy.”

Franciska Mamilo

 

                                                        Ingredients

                                                               1 Beef Tail
1 onion
1 clove of garlic
1carotte,
1 bay leaf,
1 chili pepper

Description

Marinade: 4 tablespoons olive oil, 1 teaspoon of ginger paste, 1 tablespoon of mustard, 1 cube of beef broth, 1 teaspoon of shrimp powder and juice of a lime.

In a casserole, put 2 tablespoons of olive oil. When the oil is hot, bring back the beef tail from all sides. Meanwhile, chop the onions and garlic the carrots.

Once the meat is well colored, add the ingredients, stir the whole make well colour all this and add the water to the height by having first took off the fats hung at the bottom of the pot.

Close the casserole and cook on low heat for 2:30….. Don’t be in a hurry let it simmer I said 2:30!!!

Prepare the marinade by mixing all the foods indicated in the preparation, place your beef tails on a dish and brush them with and then let marinate for 15 minutes.

Put them on an electric grill, or obviously a charcoal if you can it is ideal. Let it braise, well crust and serve warm with attiéké and a drop of palm oil.

Recommended wine: Fresh and light Bordeaux or Escudo Rojo.

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