Christmas Honey Cookies – Gingerbread Delicious and easy-to-make traditional German Christmas cookies. I have been asked to share this recipe so here it is! Would love to hear from you how you and your family liked the honey-rich, soft and crumbly gingerbread. Comment under the article below and let me know or tag @PermacultureHaven when you add your images to the social media 🙂 Ingredients: Whisk eggs + sugar. Add honey and combine. Add remaining ingredients, except wholemeal and baking soda, and combine. Combine wholemeal with baking soda and add to the mix. Knead the dough thoroughly, wrap it in foil and leave for about one hour to rest. Cut… Read MoreContinue Reading
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 MoreContinue Reading
Madagascar Bean With Feta And Veggies Recipe
Madagascar bean is a perennial vine which grows up to 7 years in a warm climate. It not only grows very easily but the beans are also very tasty. If you want to see how the Madagascar bean grows in my garden, just click on the video below the recipe. It was the very first time for us to cook a meal with Madagascar bean and it was a big win so I am happy to share with you the recipe now. Madagascar Bean With Feta and Veggies Ingredients: about 1 cup of dried Madagascar beans, 2-3 tbs smoked bacon chopped into fine strips 2 onions, finely chopped 2-3 garlic… Read MoreContinue Reading
Our Beef Steak Tartare Recipe – Simple And Good
It is super tasty and so simple to make. If you never tried a steak tartare, you should definitely have a try. If you like a nice and juicy steak from BBQ, you will love steak tartare, too! Beef Steak Tartare one nice piece of beef, topside is the best onions, we take about two small to medium size onion for about 700g beef 2-3 egg yolks soy sauce, salt and pepper Mince or cut the beef into very small pieces. Add all other ingredients and combine. Taste and add some more spices if needed. Keep in fridge. You should eat it all on the same day. Here my video… Read MoreContinue Reading