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Tag: Recipes

Cheese Making

I got an ebook on cheese making for free recently, but honestly, I don’t think it was much of a highlight. Nonetheless, I tasted blood from it and additionally bought myself this book which is much more informative and educational (that guy has an awesome YouTube channel too).

Subsequently, I made a cheese press a couple of days ago and wanted to put it to use now. The first try was a “Cotswold” cheese (seems to be a region in southern great britain that I’ve never heard of before), but as an old Fallout 4 addict, of course I named my version “Codsworth” 🙂


Rigatoni con Salsiccia

Somehow I didn’t have this dish for years and it was so delightful yesterday evening. Pasta with hearty italian salsiccia sausage, onions and a little garlic. Anyway, it’s easy to make and requires only a few ingredients:


Spelt Flour Bread

Today I’ve got something completely new, at least for my standards. I made bread from spelt flour for the first time – and I was surprised about how much I actually like it. Now, spelt has a little bit of a reputation of being in the eco- or treehugger corner (at least here where I live) but at the end of the days it’s just plain normal flour to work with.


Vegetable Chow Mein

It was time to clear the fridge a little yesterday so I decided to treat myself with some yummy Chow Mein, using up what I didn’t want to spoil. It’s an easy but first of all very versatile dish, consisting of egg noodles, vegetables or proteins of your choice and a seasoning sauce (stolen, but as far as I know original). So, no fuzz and here’s how:


Homemade Bratwurst with Sauerkraut

Self made ingredients taste best, it’s a fact… I had my homemade bratwurst  with some homemade sauerkraut again these days and it was delicious. To me, this is a simple, down-to-earth, traditional german dinner. Sometimes it’s the little things 🙂

⇒ see the Bratwurst recipe here
⇒ see the Sauerkraut recipe here


Very Slow Roasted Beef Leg

I have so got to work on my presentation… A time-consuming, yet effortless and very rewarding dish:


Easy Oven Flatbread

… with olive oil, salt and rosemary. Easy and convenient. Oh, and also yummy.

You’ll need:

500 g all-purpose flour
1 pkg. active dry yeast
1 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. sugar
2 tbsp. olive oil
300 ml lukewarm water
Topping: Olive oil, coarse salt, rosemary

 


Pike Perch with Green Beans and Potato Gratin

As I’m still not able to move around a lot and freely, I’m cooking a lot these days and I’m growing a serious set of love handles from it… For  the first time, I appreciate the benefits of the small northern germany kitchen: Almost everthing I need is within an arm’s reach and I don’t have to stress the broken knee too much.

After rummaging around in the freezer, I found some pike perch fillets and so here’s yesterday’s dinner: 


Another Clay Pot (“Römertopf”) Dish – and a Conclusion

Another simple dish from the clay pot, aka “Römertopf“, and, after some experience with it now, some conclusions for my part. But first the recipe:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Farcyde’s Favourite Salad Dressing

I came up with this dressing a long time ago and it’s been an evergreen in my kitchen ever since. Simple and delicious – the magic lies in the tyrolian pumpkin seed oil (“steirisches Kernöl”).


 

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