If your plan is to cook up some tacos, burritos or maybe a Mexican-style salad bowl, this fluffy, light, creamy cheesy goodness is probably my favourite side. It is cheap, simple to make and offers an amazing freshness and coolness to your spicy Mexican feast.
Here is a beautiful tiger striped chocolate and vanilla sponge cake based on a recipe that my dear grandmother gave me. It is both rich and light and it goes perfectly to a cup of coffee in the afternoon OR as a sweet breakfast-treat with an espresso and good company! Continue reading “Tiger cake”
Pangrattato is a fantastic condiment from Italy which is said to have been created as a “poor mans parmigiano”. It is amazing on top of pasta or soup to add some crunch, on top of fish to add some texture or instead of croutons on a salad! The basic recipe is incredibly simple and when you have mastered it, you can mix it up in countless ways to compliment a dish of your choice.
For years now, I have used this humble egg recipe especially for breakfast but also for lunches and simple dinners. The recipe is super flexible and you will be surprised how easy it is…
Avocado is on of my absolute favourite ingredients and here is how to use it as a base for a fresh, vibrant and delicious soup! This can be enjoyed warm or cold and I think it is the perfect appetiser for a nice dinner.
Snaps is an important part of the Swedish christmas dinner, if not for its yumminess then for its ability to wash down all the food in between portions! Here is how I flavour my snaps this year:
I love my crock pot. It is easy to use, energy efficient and makes cheap cuts of meat fall of the bone and melt in your mouth. Here is a beautiful crock pot lamb dish which is perfect for an autumn dinner. That it is easy to make and basically cooks it self is just a bonus! Continue reading “Crock pot lamb shoulder w port reduction”