Feeling a little peckish I looked through the fridge and seeing what I had on hand I felt like making potato pancakes, swedish potato pancakes like the ones I had on Gotland last year. I could raggmunkar and also make something for a challenge Mia from Green Bonanza started in September. This is a challenge for Norwgian foodblogers, each month one foodbloger will be in charge by choosing the theme of the month and follow up on the other bloggers. This months theme is potatoes and the challenger is Ina behind the blog Mat på bordet. You will find pictures from the challenge on Instagram under #oppskriftsutfordringen, you can also find links to this challenge at Matbloggsentralen Facebook page.
Adobo is a popular filipino dish and most often made with chicken, you can use any type of meat for this dish. Filipino adobo is different than latino dishes with the same name, the difference is that the Filipino dish you boiled the meat in vinegar or in this case the fruits and vegetables.
These chocolaty, spongy and orangy yummyness are based on the cakes that bares thesame name, but with minor differences. I used marmalade and made them gluten-free.
Have you tried to make crispy sweet potato fries? No matter how many times you google you can’t seem to find THE right recipe and many of the recipes are almost the same.
When baking or frying sweetpotatoe you might get a stiffer outer layer that soon softens, but it is not crunchy. The reason for this is that sweet potatoes does not contain the same tye of starch as the regular potato does, so to get the strips nice and crunchy you need to cheat a bit.
I got inspired to make iced tea after my little trip to Flanders last week, most of the restaurants and cafés served iced tea.
Iced tea is a grateful and cheap drink to make, you can make buckets of eat for a low cost. You need some tea bags and maybe a few other ingredients to garnish or to enhance the flavour, but most important of all loads of ice.
Loukoumades, traditional Greek dougnuts.
Loukoumades are little bite-sized fluffy sweet honey puffs, which are deep fried to golden and crispy perfection. Greek donuts are traditionally served soaked in honey syrup, sprinkled with cinnamon and garnished with chopped walnuts or toasted sesame seeds. These doughnuts I took a little west and coated them in sugar and lavender.
When we ate korean bbq during the warmer months in South Korea we always got a small cup of icy cold drink at the end of the meal. Sujeonggwa 수정과 a sweet, lovely refreshing cold drink with the taste of cinnamon, ginger, a hint of persimmon and always topped with three pine nuts, they say it helps your digestive system.
Udon noodles in a delicious broth with a few veggies and meat, is a little piece of heaven. Japanese comfort food at its best.
Making handmade udon noodles, thick chewy Japanese noodles made from wheat flour, water, and salt, is easier than it looks, you just need your feet to help:)
This recipe makes 4 servings