Ingredients: for the dough 300 g flour 200 g cold butter, cut into cubes 80 g Greek yogurt 1 tsp cane sugar or muscovado sugar 1 tsp salt freshly ground 6-8 cardamom pods 1 tsp lemon zest 1 egg, for wash cane sugar, for sprinkling for the...
Ingredients (20 cm baking pan) Dough: 200 g oat flour 1 1/2 tsp Nigella seeds 80 g Butter ca. 25 ml cold water 1 tsp white balsamic vinegar 1 tsp salt Filling: 200 g fresh goat cheese (or Ricotta) 1 small onion 2 garlic cloves, crushed 2 eggs...
This amazingly light and airy cake is the perfect sweet for Mother’s Day. The cake inside is pure white, so it got the name “angel”. Decorate it with cream and lots of fresh berries.
I couldn’t imagine a better Easter brunch, than hash browns with eggs. The crispy potatoes and runny eggs are the perfect combination. The kids love it too because it looks like a muffin. A tip: Serve it hot!
These spring rolls are simply prepared, full of fresh vegetables. It is amazingly flavourful and surprisingly filling. Not to mention that they are definitely low carb.
Personally, I love tofu, but not the rest of my family of course. For some unknown reason, they, however, eat the smoked tofu. It gives a wonderful smoky touch to the meals, so you almost forget that you are eating tofu.
If I have to choose a favorite Sunday cake, it would be the banana bread. It’s juicy, nut-flavored and with the salted caramel sauce, it tastes better than anything you’ve ever tasted before.
To all the beautiful ladies out there! I wish you a wonderful women’s day, enjoy the day and treat yourself with something delicious! And don’t forget that you’re all amazing!
Pancakes are irresistible. I especially like to bake a healthier version with coconut flour and oatmeal. My daughter loves to add a couple of chocolate chips to the batter too.
Fastenwähe goes long back in history. Nowadays, it is a specialty of Basel region, served during the Carnival season. I like to spike the dough with some bacon and Gruyere cheese and sprinkle it with caraway seeds.