Archive for the 'recipes : savory' Category
Braised Leeks with Mozzarella di Bufala – Starting off elegantly Mar
10th,
2016
A few weeks ago a Los Angeles food memories reminded me of another great combination: braised leeks served with Burrata or Mozzarella di Bufala.
Spiced-up sauteed Paneer - On Loving & Dreading May
29th,
2015
The last weeks I’ve been on an Indian cooking spree, working on my favorite curries and flatbreads. Along the way I re-discovered an old basic – homemade paneer (fresh cheese).
Schlutzkrapfen with Porcini, Browned Butter and Walnuts Mar
17th,
2015
So yes, this recipe needs some patience, but the final plate was nothing short of amazing. I have prepared several variations of filled pasta, however, this one clearly stands out and will be served to our next guests.
Lifesaver Noodles – With Cabbage & Carrots Feb
1st,
2015
It is super quick to prepare and it’s a meal, that not only feeds a hungry soul, but leaves you really satisfied and happy.
How to do magic to stale bread rolls Apr
22nd,
2014
Some cooking ideas I’ve experimented with, I quickly disregard, but then there are those rare ideas that blend into your daily routine from the first attempt – and you can’t imagine ever having lived without it. Today’s recipe is of that nature and I can only urge you to give it a go.
Homemade peach ketchup - Condiment of my dreams Aug
20th,
2013
Back then I thought I had found my holy grail of homemade ketchup: fruity, spicy, incredible velvety. But now that this peach ketchup has entered my life, I am not so sure anymore…
Breadly Pleasures called Bialystoker Kuchen. Or Bialys. May
23rd,
2013
It took me a couple of trials to get the shape right, taking suggestions from other sources. But meanwhile they have become a weekly regular at our table and probably one of my very favorite savory baked treats.
Scones with fresh ramps & cheese - An old favorite goes savory Apr
23rd,
2013
So if you are looking for a no-fuss appetizer to start a typical spring menu, this is it. Prepared in no time, best served with your favorite butter …
Happy Dozen - Steamed Pork Buns with Prunes Jun
27th,
2012
These buns are rather labor intensive, yet every minute on them is well spent. The dough turned out light and fluffy and my pork-prune filling went straight in my favorites’ book.
The Hungarian grail of cheese pastry - Pogácsa Feb
13th,
2012
“No, I am serious, this is the very best cheese nibble I have eaten in my life!” isn’t exactly the worst kind of feedback to receive when you have just spent roughly 2 hours in the kitchen, is it?
Julienne pickles with ginger & anise - Spice up your sandwich Jan
30th,
2012
While I was a bit sceptical at first (I never considered myself a lover of pickles), the homemade versions won me over right away. They were spicier than expected and added a lovely crunch to sandwiches…
Christine Manfield's Tasting India - Interview & Recipe included Jan
15th,
2012
When I first opened Tasting India, I had a hard time choosing the very first recipe I would cook from it – so many tempting choices! But as soon as I spotted Onion Bhajias I was sold, a snack I had wanted to recreate since we had eaten them numerous times in Singapore.
Green Onion Pancakes - I finally gave in Oct
6th,
2011
Bee’s recipe looked like a manageable effort, each step well illustrated and I even had green onions in my fridge! I couldn’t back out again and I am so glad I didn’t! These pancakes are just incredibly good – make them now, you won’t regret it.
Come summer, come winter - Golden crisp potato cubes Aug
11th,
2011
Regular readers know I am a carb lover by heart. Bread, pasta & potatoes, my lovely trio I just cannot do without you. The only thing worse than not eating potatoes?
Grandma Luise's bacon lettuce - A favorite from my childhood Jun
19th,
2011
This salad is THE salad – the first salad I remember eating with pure pleasure as well as the first salad I ever requested repeatedly from my grandma Luise.