A dreamy foodie & culture trip! Don’t miss it!


Im going to travel soon! I can not wait to get there! I’m so excited! Where would a foodie like me want to go, you might wonder? To the place where you have the flying carpets along with the snake charmers. The aroma of the different spices. Colours all from the rainbow. Shatters. Playing children…

Habas españolas – Broad beans with ham


This dish comes from Ronda, Andalusien, south of Spain. Where they fed the bulls, who went for bullfighting, with beans. Habas Españolas 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 small chopped onion 1 chopped garlic clove 50 g chopped ibérico ham (or sundries tomatoes) 225 g broad beans 1 teaspoon smoked paprika 1 tablespoon sweet sherry Salt…

When I found liquid gold – Nilva wine


Some times good and fantastic things happens without a plane. As I always says, everything thing happens for a reason. I’m happy and blessed to live in one of the best places in Europe or even in the world. Andalusien, Spain. 🇪🇸 There are so much to explore and discover around here. Just open your…

Patatas a la pobre – very best Spanish potatoes


Here in Spain, or at least here in Andalusien, you very often get this potatoes dish with your meal. As many non-Spanish people don’t know the real name, Poor mans potatoes, so they will ask you if you want Spanish potato’s. Poor man potatoes comes from it’s a very cheap dish and therefore people with…

Baba ganosh – best dipp ever


This dip or sauce Baba ganoush it one of the very best in the world, I think. Just click on the link and you find the recipe to this amazing dish In many places in Middle East, this dish is served every day. Lovely to fill a newly baked Pita bread with falafel and baba…

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…

Chili pasta – you will love this!


You will love this recipe! This is a must have in my kitchen now! Recipes are Indian and comes from an acquaintance whose mother always use it in their cooking. And then I did this, I have always in the fridge. Can alldelens be frozen into ice cubes for instance, and produce when needed. Otherwise,…

Moroccon Chermoula Chicken tajine


A wonderful dish that is not difficult to make but tastes fantastic. Usually do it often because it has both coriander and garlic, two of my favorites. 3 pieces of chicken without skin 0.5 tsp turmeric 2 tablespoons Chermoula 4 medium potatoes cut into wedges salt and pepper Brush on Chermoula on the chicken and…

It is with great pleasure that I can tell…


  It is with great pleasure that I can tell, to all of you readers and followers on Dinner Bank, I have teamed up with the fantastic shop KOCKBUTIKEN! You, my lovely readers, have now when you order from KOCKBUTIKEN a 15% discount on your order! Once you have made your order so the discount code field…

CONTEST TIME – enter to win!


Finally! It is now time for a contest here at Dinner Bank! All you have to do is to simply reblog a recipe from Dinner Bank and comment below. And let the reblog stay in your site until January 31 -14. Removing it before time, that does not count. Whoever reblogs the most recipes, old…

Spinach suffle


Spinach suffle is a very good appetizer or as an accompaniment to fish. The last time I did a suffle was on 80’s. So it was a while ago. One tip I would like to come by if you are going to shoot a freshly baked suffle, it is for you to make sure that…

Lussecats – Lussekatter – Saffron cats – Saffron buns


Lussecats or saffron buns are something that is baked right now in virtually every Swedish home right now. An ancient tradition. Appearance may vary slightly but saffron is always in. Then you can choose if you want raisins in or not. Self , I love raisins and always has in plenty. Becomes so juicy and…