Granola of spaetzle, walnuts and Vosges honey
Homemade granola is far better than commercial granola. It is a mixture of oat flakes, dried fruit, chocolate chips and seeds. The highlight: we replaced the chips and seeds with spaetzle! You have to come up with that first! Unlike muesli, granola is baked and therefore crunchy. It can be mixed with almost anything. We decided on "Sunday spaetzle" to surprise Sami, as these are traditionally reserved for festive dishes (on Sundays).
Melt the chocolate in a water bath.
Toast the walnut kernels and hazelnuts in the butter.
In an ovenproof bowl or on a baking tray lined with baking paper, mix the walnut kernels, hazelnuts and chocolate and add the spaetzle.
Add the honey, let it caramelise and add the oat flakes.
Bake in the oven at 160 °C for 40 minutes.
Full-bodied red wine
Pike & Bannier
Growing region: Provence
In the nose: Fragrant of blackberries. Ripe and deep tannins. Very elegant.