Chocolate cake with cinnamon and cardamom fudge


This is absolutely the best chocolate cake in the world! Trust my word. When you tried it, you know what I’m talking about! Dough cake with cinnamon and cardamom fudge Fudge: 150 ml cream, 1 teaspoon honey, 2 cinnamon sticks, 1 teaspoon cardamom kernels, 200 g milk chocolate Cake: 2 eggs, 300 ml sugar, 150…

Spanish tortillas


This is probably the most common tapas in Spain. Many Spanish people likes to eat it in a baguette or why not a small salad with it and you have a delicious lunch. Spanish tortilla 5 medium sized potatoes in thin slices 2 chopped yellow onions 50 ml olive oil 5 eggs salt and pepper…

Berenjenas fritas con miel de caña


My absolutely favourite tapas here in Spain. A quick dish to do and it’s a nice plate to serve as nibbles before a lunch or dinner. Deep-fried eggplant with sugar cane honey 2 thin sliced eggplant Flour Oil to fry in Cane honey (black honey) Heat the oil. Turn the eggplant slices well into the…

Camomile and pineapple cake


This is the first time I bake with camomile. Have heard a lot how nice it does in cakes. So why don’t give it a go. Try it, you will not regret it! Camomile and pineapple cake 125 g melted butter 50 ml milk 6 tea bags of camomile tea 130 g sugar 2 eggs…

Andalucía fish stew


The Spanish kitchen is so much more then Paella and calamari. Lots of flavours but not hot. The vegetables is a big part of a Spanish meal along with the bread. After my open heart surgery I must think more of what I eat. Olive oil is fantastic to use instead of butter on bread…

Banana tea loaf


Banana tea loaf This banan tea loaf is a big favourite here at home. Specially if you have some bananas going black. The more soft the bananas are, the less sugar you need. There is also no added fat in it. The loaf get quite moist and don’t rise much in the oven. I prefer…

Müsli


You might find this müsli recipe a bit strange with both oil and apple juice. Well the oil makes it more crispy. And who doesn’t love cinnamon and apple taste? No added sugar at all and I’m using gluten-free oats. I keep the müsli in a zip plastic bag in the freezer. Why you might…

Saffron gingerbread mousse


I made this delicious saffron gingerbread mousse over the holidays and it was absolutely delightful. Particularly around the festivities where you eat a lot of sweets and various treats, it can be nice to have something which is not too sweet but still feels decadent and not too much.  Not to mention, what screams more…

Swedish chocolate balls (lactose free)


Chocolate balls are a very traditional Swedish snack (or as I occasionally brand them at work – chocolate truffles) that probably everyone knows how to make. It is not something which you need to put into the oven, it does not require any preparation, and it is very friendly to your wallet. All you need…

Tenderloin with lemon and tomatoes


Spanish food is quite simple and pure in the flavors. Here in Andalucia it is very much fried food, which is very good, but one can not live on it all the time. This meat is very healthy and fresh thanks to the lemon juice and skin they are in, before cooking. Easy to make…

Peking Duck with pancakes and Hoisinsauce


Here comes a good exciting recipes on China’s response to Tacos. Peking duck! Peking duck as they do in China take time and require days of preparation. Here is a way to sneak around everything and an easy way to get a good yummy Peking duck. The recipe for the pancakes and Hoisinsaus are also…