Archive for March, 2012

Brussel Sprout Pizza

March 31, 2012 2 comments

Inspired by this post.

Bread Baking on Sunday

March 25, 2012 2 comments

I think those breads are the best-looking that I made so far. Sometimes the dough cracks open on the top, but this time it did not happen. Yay! 🙂
The recipe for one bread can be found here.

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Latte Macchiato

March 24, 2012 Leave a comment

My new Latte Macchiato glasses.

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Havana Bar – Rollo el Che

March 23, 2012 Leave a comment

Thin wheat bread with sesame. Filled with tuna, sweet corn, peperoni, onion, garlic, garlic sauce, meat sauce and baked with cheese on top. I ate that in Havana Bar Darmstadt.

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“Star Soup” with Peas & “Vanilla Strawberries”

March 19, 2012 1 comment

Vanilla Pudding with Strawberries

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Bread Dumplings and mini Bifteki

March 9, 2012 2 comments

Salad with red and green pepper, tomatoes, radish, tuna, yogurt and dried herbs.

Main Course
Bread dumplings and mini bifteki, carrots and peas with herb cream sauce.

Woodruff jelly with vanilla pudding and strawberries.

Recipe for 6 bread dumplings
– 4 bread rolls
– 200 ml milk
– 2 eggs
– a bunch of parsley (the wrapping said 40g)
– nutmeg and pepper

I’ve cut the bread rolls in small pieces, heated up the milk in the microwave and put the milk on top of the cut bread rolls. I let the bread rolls soak for about 15 minutes. Meanwhile I chopped the parsley and mixed 2 eggs with some nutmeg. Then I mixed the bread roll mass with the eggs and parsley and let it rest for 10 minutes. Then I formed 6 dumplings and put them in hot water. Make sure the water is not boiling anymore when you put in the dumplings. I let them brew for 20 minutes in the simmering water.

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March 4, 2012 2 comments

Here’s a very easy recipe to make some pancakes.
ingredients: 100g flour, 300 ml milk, 3 eggs, 1 tbsp sugar, a pinch of salt (approx. 7 flat pancakes)
I’ve mixed all ingredients together and let the dough rest for 10 minutes. Then I heated up a pan and put some oil in it. I always use a silicone brush to spread the oil in the pan. I put one scoop of dough in the pan and let it bake until there were small bubbles on top. Then it’s ready to be flipped. Serve the pancake while it’s still warm with any topping you like. I’ve put some sugar beet syrup on a pancake and rolled it. Enjoy!

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I’ve practiced flipping the pancakes. 🙂

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