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!Β  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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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 More

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Delicious And Quick Guinea Fowl Drums With Veggies

From our backyard straight to the kitchen. Just simple organic and healthy food. Delicious and quick. Everything done within 30 minutes if your guinea fowl you got was a young bird. This is my husband’s Sebastian recipe and I am happy to share it with you.   Delicious And Quick Guinea Fowl Drums With Veggies guinea fowl drums onions garlic any veggies you like and/or got in your garden turmeric, fresh is the best salt, pepper olive oil few drops of soy souse Prepare, wash and dry the meat. Cut onions and garlic and cook on medium to low heat in some olive oil together with the guinea fowl drums, salt, pepper,… Read More

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Country Potatoes Baked In Open Campfire

Very easy to make and super yummy. My mum used to make them when I was little. I love the taste of potatoes baked in an open camp fire with the little extra in between. The flavor from the bacon or speck makes this dish irresistible πŸ™‚ Try it out!  Country Potatoes Baked In Open Campfire potatoes bacon or speck, naturally smoked would the best salt, pepper, paprika olive oil  Cut the potatoes few times and up to about 2/3 of the total width. Stick the prepared bacon or speck into each cut and place on an aluminum foil. Spray or brush some olive oil on top and season to… Read More

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Pawziki – Tzatziki Substitute

We usually eat the BBQ lamb chops with tzatziki. I didn’t have any cucumbers at home that day but I did have a pawpaw and so the pawziki was born πŸ™‚ I can tell you, we loved it and if you ask me, this is our new favorite sauce for serving with lamb, steak or burgers. Pawziki – Tzatiki Substitute Pawpaw green or greenish, not ripe salt garlic Greek yogurt Grade the pawpaw, add salt, combine and leave in a fridge for about 1 hour.Add yogurt and combine. Enjoy with your bbq lamb chops, steak or hamburgers! Tips & Hints: You can see on the photos that my pawpaw was… Read More

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Pumpkin Fritters or Pancakes

We got lots of pumpkin at the moment and the pumpkin fritters are one of my favorite meals made out of pumpkin. Here is how I do it πŸ™‚ You need: some pumpkin 2-3 eggs 1 tablespoon spoon flour pinch of salt and pepper Grade the pumpkin, add remaining ingredients and cook on olive oil on BBQ or pan. Enjoy! Tips: You can eat it as a side dish or as a main dish with mushroom sauce or yogurt herbs sauce.  For the yogurt sauce, simply mix Greek yogurt with a pinch of salt and pepper and some herbs of your liking like chive, parsley, basil, garlic chive or any… Read More

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Luffa Chili Chutney

My new invention from what the garden gives πŸ™‚ means that all ingredients fresh from my garden. Luffa-Chili Chutney.   Luffa-Chili Chutney Luffa Chili Curry-Tree leafs Garlic Turmeric Ginger Celeriac leafs Some sugar, salt and black pepper Chop it to a very small pieces (I used my food processor). Cook for 10-15 minutes , fill into clean glasses, put the lid on, close tide and live in a dark place up to 3 months. Use as a dip or add as a spicy addition to any savory dish you like.

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Country Cottage Dip

No more ready to eat dips from the supermarket for me. It is so quick and easy to make your own. Why should you buy a dip which is full of preservatives, artificial aromas, flavors.. The list can be long. Make your own and you know what you eat.  Country Cottage Dip cottage cheese sour cream + Greek yogurt  garlic or garlic chive, onion or shallots, basil, parsley, chive salt, pepper You can also add some paprika, chili, fresh ginger or any other herb to your likening. I don’t give the amount how much of all the ingredients as this is totally up to you. As a guide, I usually take… Read More

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Sebewa Pizza On Crispy Wholemeal Base

β€œWhy Sebewa? Because of Sebastian and Ewa πŸ™‚ We are cooking this pizza always together and the recipe evolved over the years. The wholemeal base changes it to the more healthy wholefoods option. We love it! You get the best result if you cook it in a pizza oven or on bbq or, like we do it, on the wood fired bbq. Enjoy!” Wholemeal Base (for 4 large pizzas) 400g wholemeal 1 teaspoon of salt 2 teaspoon of dry yeast 220ml of warm water 1 teaspoon of olive oil Mix all dry ingredients, add warm water and process in the food processor into a smooth dough. Add olive oil and… Read More

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