18 March 2014

Apple-ricotta pie

180g..... Cookies
60g..... Butter

5..... Middle sized apple (sweet or sour, your own choice)
360g..... Ricotta
2..... Eggs
3tbsp..... Runny honey
1tbsp..... Powdered sugar
2tsp..... Cinnamon
1tsp..... Cardamom
1dl +0,5dl ..... Mango puré

* Crush the cookies and mix them with the butter. Press the mixture into pie tin and bake the base for 7minutes
* Peel and cut the apples into 0,5cm slices. Place the slices into tin. Pour 1dl of mango puré onto apples
* Mix ricotta, honey, sugar and spices, add eggs and pour the mixture over the mango puré and apples.
* Use the rest of the puré for the decoration
* Bake in 180° until the filling has set

14 March 2014

Rice with Crab

Serves 4

3,5dl ..... Rice
200g ..... Crab noodles 
0.5 dl ..... Soya sauce
2 ..... Eggs

* Boil the rice in salted water
* Mix the crab noodles into boiled rice
* Add soya sauce and 2 raw eggs. Mix well
* Keep the saucepan on a low temperature to cook the egg
* Serve with oven-baked veggies

Salmon with Wasabi

2... Salmon fillets
1tsp..... Wasabi powder
0.5 dl..... Mayo
Sesame seeds

To serve:
3dl ..... Rice
You can also add some broccoli

* Boil the rice in salted water
* Mix wasabi powder with mayo and spread it over the fillets
* Sprinkle on some sesame seeds
* Bake in 190 C about 25minutes

Cinnamon foam

400g..... Ricotta
200ml ..... Whipped cream
2 tbsp ..... Powdered sugar
1tsp ..... Vanilla sugar
3 tbsp ..... Runny honey + extra for decoration
Cinnamon on your taste
Crushed cookies
Chocolate sticks
Lady finger cookies ( or some other cookies) 

* Firstly whip the ricotta until it is foamy
* Add sugars, honey and cinnamon, mix well
* Whip the cream and spoon it into mixture
* Sprinke crushed cookies into serving bowl, the divide the mixture between each
* Drizzle on some honey and stick in chocolate sticks and a cookie. Let it stay in a fridge for an hour bewfore serving

03 December 2013

Christmas cupcakes

2..... Eggs
0,5 dl ..... Sugar
1 tbsp ..... Molasses
50g..... Melted butter
0,5 dl ..... Buttermilk
1,5 tsp ..... Baking soda
2,5 dl ..... Flours
1,5 tsp ..... Gingerbread spice
1 tsp ..... Minced cinnamon
0,5 tsp .... Minced nutmeg
1.... Persimmon

* Preheat oven to 180°C. Peel persimmon and cut it into small pieces then set them aside
* Beat eggs, sugar and molasses into fluffy foam. Measure dry ingredients into another bowl 
* Take the melted butter and stir it into egg-sugar mixture while the food processor is still beating the mix. Then stir in the buttermilk
* Add dry ingredients and mix well
* Divide the dough into molds, then divide the diced persimmon on top of each
* Bake for 15-20 minutes

05 July 2013

Filled tomatoes

Easy breakfast :) Takes some time before it is ready but believe me, the taste is worth of waiting!

Cheese/ham/ what ever you want to add to bring some taste :)

* Wash tomatoes and cut the top of. Take the seeds and out with spoon.
* Beat the egg with spices and pour it into the tomato. Add other ingredients and put
into 200 degree oven. Let it cook until the egg is completely cooked.