Category: What’s Cooking?
As much as I love sweet waffles, sometimes I need something savoury. These cheese waffles are stuffed with herbs and big chunks of melted cheese. With a dip and a few veggies they make a very filling and satisfying lunch.
Dutch poffertjes (mini pancakes) are a staple on german christmas markets. But of course I get a craving when the markets are all closed up and moved on. That means I have to make my own, and since I don’t use yeast, I developed a yummy sourdough version.
What would you rather eat? A piece of cheesecake or a waffle? You can have both. With these cheesecake waffles you don’t have to choose anymore.
Simple Carrot Soup
I have many different carrot soup recipes, but this simple one is my favorite. It mimics the flavors of the carrot side dish my Mom used to make. Carrot, caramelized onion, and a bit of green stuff. It’s so simple yet so good!
Porridge Breakfast Bowl
Bread is paused, I need porridge. If you’re intrested, come on over and I show you how I make a week’s worth of base for my porridge bowls in just a few minutes.
Fruchtquark (quark with fruit)
If you learned how to make quark last week, you can now use your new knowledge to turn it into an easy dessert that kids absolutely love.
Schupfnudeln, Mett and Spitzkohl
This is a tytpical german one pan dish, made of finger sized potato dumplings, spicy ground pork and pointed cabbage. You need very little ingredients, very little time, and get a hearty and filling meal out of it.
Chicken Tortilla Soup
It’s not saturday yet, but I had a craving for soup: a soup that packs a punch of heat and flavor and warms you right up on a cold day. A handful of tortilla chips to go with it, and you turn a simple soup into a feast.
I made a cheeseboard for Christmas and there was a bit leftover. No biggie, but unfortunately not every cheese was in the shape to be put on a sandwich. So I made pizza style cheeseboard bites out of the leftovers.