Month: November 2020

How do you cook artichokes

How do you cook artichokes?

How do you cook artichokes? Once you’ve got the hang of it, you won’t want to go without fresh artichokes. Artichokes inevitably make us think of summer Mediterranean cuisine. With the right recipes, artichokes can be enjoyed on holiday. Artichokes are an extraordinary vegetable. It takes some “work” and patience until you can get to

Cooking game

Cooking game – Tips

When the hunting season begins in early autumn, meat lovers go into raptures: now roe deer, deer, wild boar, hare, chamois, and pheasant enrich our menu. Cooking game wild is not witchcraft if we follow a few tips. Here you can read which ones. When you enjoy game meat, you still believe you can feel


Winter vegetables: Variety on the Plate

In late autumn and winter, this means above all that delicious winter vegetables are waiting to be harvested again. The ambitious hobby chef can finally get down to the long-awaited work. Winter vegetables are healthy Brussels sprouts, beetroot, and kale will make your mouth water if you just think about it. In addition to potatoes,

winter vegetables

Winter Vegetables: Turbo

Rain, fog, snow – winter, with its icy wind and the first colds, make many connoisseurs wistfully dream of warm summer days and fresh fruit and vegetables. However, you shouldn’t be fooled by the bare beds and cleared fields. Mother Nature still has seasonal and delicious vitamin bombs ready with various winter vegetables. Vital substances

Barbecue in winter

Barbecue in winter

Who says barbecues can only take place in summer? What could be nicer than a winter landscape wrapped in cotton wool, a fire, wonderfully smelling sausages from the grill, and apple punch that warms the soul? Throw your prejudices overboard and plunge into the arctic barbecue fun. What is different about barbecue in winter? The

Onion soup

Onion soup Recipe

A hearty onion soup recipe is particularly popular with both young and old in autumn and winter. Ingredients for 6 servings 700 ml Poultry or veal stock 100 G Gruyere cheese 1 Pc clove of garlic 1 prize nutmeg 3 Tbsp olive oil 0.5 Federation parsley 1 prize pepper 1 prize salt 50 G lard

Spaetzle dough

Spaetzle dough – A rare form of dough recipe and easy!

A spaetzle dough is easy and quick to make with this recipe. Homemade spaetzle tastes unbeatable. Ingredients for four servings -Spaetzle dough 2 Tbsp butter 3 Pc Eggs 250 G Flour 5 G salt 2 Tbsp Chives, chopped 50 ml of water Method: For the spaetzle dough, sieve the flour into a bowl and season

Orange tiramisu

Orange tiramisu – A flavored dessert like none to try!

You can conjure up a fruity dessert with this great recipe. Orange tiramisu not only looks fantastic, but it also tastes great. Ingredients for eight servings – Orange tiramisu 4th Tbsp Grand Marnier 2 Tbsp Cocoa powder, bitter 1 Pk Ladyfingers 500 G Mascarpone 6th Pc Oranges 500 G Quark 400 ml Whipped cream Method:

Simple Kaiserschmarrn with raisins

Simple Kaiserschmarrn with Raisins – Awesome sweet!

A simple Kaiserschmarrn is a worked and showed classically Austrian and popular dish. An excellent and delightful recipe with raisins. Ingredients for four servings – simple Kaiserschmarrn 4th Tbsp Butter for baking 4th Pc Eggs 130 G Flour 300 ml of milk 100 G powdered sugar 30th G Icing sugar for sprinkling 80 G Raisins

Ticino polenta recipe

Ticino polenta recipe

You can find an excellent recipe for the whole family here. The Ticino polenta recipe tastes heavenly. Ingredients for four servings 2 Tbsp Bouillon (powder) 40 G butter 2 Msp nutmeg 70 G Parmesan 1 prize pepper 270 G Polenta (corn semolina) 1 prize salt 1 l water Method: For the polenta, put the water

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