Ingredients: 250 g flour 1 teaspoon salt 2 large eggs (XL) Filling: 1 shallot 2 garlic cloves 700 g creamed spinach 250 g ricotta 50 g Parmesan, grated 50 g pine nuts A pinch of nutmeg 1 tbsp butter salt, pepper 100g mozzarella, grated...read more
There is so much more to the Swiss cuisine than fondue. I actually not a fan of fondue ….there, I said it. When I first tried this soup, I immediately fell in love with it. It is very filling and warms you inside and out. The special ingredient is the Bündnerfleisch, an air-dried beef. A must try!!read more
I love the scent of freshly baked pastries on Sunday morning. Prepare the dough in the evening before and you can serve your family delicious fruity rolls for breakfast.read more
I rarely buy canned food, but tuna is an exception. I can not resist a fillet of tuna in olive oil. I like it on a piece of bread, in tomato sauce, as a salad or just eat it with a fork at the kitchen counter right out of the tin. If you think canned tuna is some kind of fast food, then you’re wrong. With a few capers and mayonnaise, you can create a heavenly dip that everyone will die for. The baguette is made by the talented Katharina, at Besondersgut.read more
I always have a glass or two peanut butter in the pantry. I especially like to use it for healthy treats, or just eat it out of the jar.
These peanut butter slices are amazing, and the best it that they are easy on the curves.