Konafa with almond and sultans – The best cheesecake in the world


Konafa are among the tastiest available. It’s a furry cheesecake easily explained. The classic is without almonds and raisins but because I really like them both, I had it in this time. Konafa 1 package Konafa dough syrup: 450ml sugar 250 ml water filling: 150g melted butter 1 tablespoon rose water 300ml cream 250ml milk…

Saffron Marinated Salmon with almond


  Saffron Marinated Salmon with almond is fabulously good. Simple, luxurious and it is extremely fast to prepare. Not so very expensive either. 1 piece of Salmon 1 pinch of saffron or a few drops Saffron Extract 2 tbsp flaked almonds salt and pepper butter Brush the salmon with saffron and let stand for a…

Rice a la Malta – a Swedish Ricepudding


This dessert I eat all the year. Tast wonderful and really worth doing it. But most of the Swedish people eat this around Christmas time. Here I added more spices, as this is the way I normal do. And its the best also. 😉 RICE A LA MALTA 2/3 cup short grain rice (for example…

Almond and fruit stuffed Turkey with Wild pepper


I have previously on this blog writing about wild pepper. This wonderful good spice that gives food entirely new levels. Absolutely stunning pepper that you just have to love. It’s heat sensitive so for slow cooking is the simply perfect. You just have to make this turkey! So full of flavor and nice balance between the…

Machboos – from Emirates


Machboos is really a dish that surprises. And as you eat clean on the plate, licks his fingers and wonder if there’s more. It comes from the United Arab Emirates. The first time I ate it, was in Cairo (Egypt’s capital and Africa’s largest city) at a restaurant that specialized in food away from the…

Almond Gooseberry Crumble


When it’s snowing outside and the wind biting your cheeks, it is cozy to curl up on the couch with a slice of pie and a cup of coffee or tea. Especially if the pie tastes like summer. dough: 50 g almonds flour 250 ml flour 105g softened butter 75 ml sugar filling: 200 ml…

Saffron Crossiants


One of my favorites…. Saffron Croissants with almonds… So so so yummi 🙂 100 ml water 150ml milk 30 g yeast 1 teaspoon salt 800 ml flour 50 ml sugar 225 g butter 1 beaten egg 0,5 g saffron Filling: Almond iceing, grated Heat the water and the milk is lukewarm. Crumble the yeast into…

Chicken tagine with apricots, mint and apricots


Chicken tagine with apricots, mint and almonds are one of my favorite dishes. A cheap simple dish that does not need as much attention. 2 chicken fillets into pieces 1 tsp mint mint 2 teaspoons cumin, ground 1 tsp turmeric 1 teaspoon cinnamon, ground 1 tsp hot paprika 1 pc onion chopped 1 st zucchini,…

Budapest cake


  Budapest cake is probably one of the best cream cakes you can eat. This is my interpretation of it. It´s so easy to do. It does not require many ingredients, and even those who can not tolerate gluten can eat it in good conscience . It is really good and it should be canded…

Kataif – the golden cookies


This golden cookies from Lebanon, middle east and North africa, Kataif, you can fill with what ever you want to. Yes, I know I posted a recipe with Kataif before here on my blog. But this one is with a different filling. And yes I love this once and when I do them they allways…

Saffron cookies


Very simple to bake and have a very good taste. Maybe a little unusual with saffron cakes but it works perfectly. 450 ml flour 50 ml sugar 200g butter 5-6 drops of saffron extract 1 beaten egg flaked almonds Working together flour, saffron, butter and sugar into a smooth dough. Put it in the fridge…