Tiramisu

One of Sebs favorites 🙂 This is a quick and simple recipe with such a great result! Depends on the region in Italy, the recipes may differ a little. I got this recipe from an Italian restaurant owner in Munich where I used to live. Its the best recipe ever! Tiramisu Ingredients: Lady finger biscuits strong coffee – cooled down into room temperature 4 fresh eggs 140g pure icing sugar or ground white sugar into powder 500g Mascarpone cheese 2cl Amaretto liquor – it musst be Amaretto to get the real Tiramisu flavor pure cacao for the top Distribute the coffee over the biscuits generously and on both sites Whisk egg… Read More

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Rosella Cheesecake Gluten Free

I started to make my own green banana flour since one of our banana plants broke under the heavy weight of the still not ripe bananas. Yes, we could have supported it but then, I would not have the banana flour which is super healthy, gluten free and perfect for all sorts of cakes. You can make this cake with a normal flour as well. Rosella Cheesecake Gluten Free 1. For the bottom you need: 4 Eggs pinch of salt 80 grams raw sugar or caster-sugar pinch of vanilla sugar 130 grams green banana flour or any other flour of your choice 1 teaspoon baking powder Turn on the oven… Read More

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Healthy Treat – Chocolate Walnut Bars – No Baking

Treat yourself and your loved ones with this healthy chocolate walnut bars 🙂 Super delicious and so easy to make. No baking required! I will add some more photos soon as I honestly didn’t think I will share it here. It was just one of the ideas to make something without knowing how it comes out! And it is so yummy that I have to add it into my blog so I won’t forget how I did it. Let me know how you liked it! Healthy Treat – Chocolate Walnut Bars – No Baking Ingredients: 2 cups walnuts 1 cup dried dates 1/2 cup sultanas 1/2 dried cranberries 1 tbs… Read More

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Homemade Sausage In A Jar

No chemicals, no preservatives! Only meat, herbs and spices. And so much cheaper when you do it yourself! Once you try it, you won’t buy any more sausages from the shops. We always do it from at least 3 kg of pork as you can keep the jars in a fridge for about 3-4 months but it is always gone much quicker! Homemade Sausage In A Jar Ingredients: 1 kg pork mince or nice fatty piece of pork fresh minced 1 tsp fresh ground black pepper 1 tsp salt 1 tsp marjoram 1/4 tsp caraway seeds or more – freshly ground or cut into tiny pieces 3-4 large garlic cloves… Read More

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Fermented Green Mango

Few people have asked about the recipe so here it is how I do it 🙂 Fermented Green Mango You need: Green Mango Water Salt Sterilize the jars and lids. If you want to see how I sterilize jars the possibly easiest and quickest way, check my video below. It is very important that everything is super clean, the chopping board, the knife and so on. Wash and peel the mangoes, cut into roughly same size pieces. Bring to boil water and salt, 1 table spoon of salt per 1L water. Cool it down to the room temperature and pour over the prepared mangoes in the jars. Close the jars… Read More

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Preserving Vegetable – Capsicum Pickle

Great way to preserve the capsicum when the nature gives you more than you can use. This pickle recipe is from my mum and I use the base recipe for many different veggies. Deliciousness warranty! Preserving Vegetable – Capsicum Pickle About 1kg of fresh capsicum clean and cut into pieces 2 cups of white vinegar, 2 cups of water, 100g raw sugar, few allspice/pimento seeds, few peppercorn seeds, a couple of bay leaves, few mustard seeds, half an teaspoon salt bring to boil add capsicum and cook for about two minutes Fill the hot capsicum and fluid into clean and sterilized twist jars. Make sure that the edge of the jar… Read More

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Our Sourdough Bread Recipe – Quick And Simple

There are many recipes for the sourdough bread. I think the way we do it is the easiest and quickest you will find around. The recipe below is how we do it and it should be seen as a guide only. You will find your own way of doing it very soon. Don’t give up if you bread won’t be perfect for the first few times. It is an evolution process which is worth trying. You don’t get such a healthy and delicious bread anywhere else. It is not much work to do it either. We used to do the bread with much more effort like kneading twice and letting… Read More

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PASTA FATTA IN CASA.. I MALTAGLIATI!

This recipe comes from Giulia, an Italian backpacker who came to our place and helped in the food forest. She also spoiled us with this delicious pasta dish she made from scratch. Yumm! Thank you fro sharing your recipe Giulia!  PASTA FATTA IN CASA.. I MALTAGLIATI! 500 GR flour (I mixed plain and wholegrain) 4 eggs Water Salt Prepare a volcano with flour. Break the eggs in the centre. Add a bit of salt and start mixing it all, initially with the fingers than with the hands, adding some spoons of water to amalgamate all the ingredients. Keep on working for around 15 minutes (or maybe more).. until the dough… Read More

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Home Made Vanilla Pudding Custard

This home made vanilla pudding custard is my mum’s recipe. We are using it as a topping on a sponge cake with some fruits on top, also as a filling for many different cakes or to enjoy just like that 😀 Just lately used it for the Coulds Slider slice making a double portion of what you see in the recipe 🙂 Yumm! Home Made Vanilla Pudding Custard 40 g butter 40 g wholemeal or plain flour 1.5 cups milk 50 g raw sugar 2 egg yolks vanilla Melt the butter, add flour and stir on a medium heat until light golden. Add milk and sugar and stir all the… Read More

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Wolkenschieber – Clouds Slider Slice

Wolkenschieber! Some people call it Prophetenkuchen. I know this cake from Germany. It is a perfect way to use egg yolks when you made Pavlova the day before 😀 Quick, easy and delicious! I have this recipe from a German page. You can serve it  Wolkenschieber – Clouds Slider Slice 6 egg yolks 6 tbs sunflower or other oil 80-90g (depends how big the egg yolks are) wholemeal or about 100g plain flour 6 tbs 40vol. alcohol like vodka, scotch, rum or other (you won’t taste the alcohol after baking) 80g melted butter some pure icing sugar Baking time: 5-8 minutes at 230-250°C. Pre-heat the oven. Whisk the egg yolks… Read More

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