Crispy smoked mackerel – quick and easy


This dish is also a quick one to make. And very healthy as well. Can’t be better right? 👍 CRISPY SMOKED MACKEREL – a quick dish 2 smoked mackerel 300g vac- packed beetroots, fine sliced 50g defrosted peas 2 chopped radishes A cup of chopped lettuce 2 tablespoons light cream fraich 2 tablespoons light mayonnaise…

Asian tuna steak salad – fast food at it’s best


For me tuna been very much associated with tins, and I’m not a vert big fan of tuna in tins. And fresh tuna in restaurants been very often over cooked and became a vert dry meaty piece of fish. But one day we was invited to a friends and had fantastic grilled tuna! And I…

Vikings food. Scandinavian lamb stew – Får i kål


This old dish is very common in all of the Scandinavian countries. Just small differences between the countries. Like Denmark often have syrup in it. This is the Swedish way and of course you can, like I do, carrots and onions. Får i kål – Lamb in cabbage 750 g diced lamb meat 500 ml…

Bryan’s sausage casserole


This is one of the best casseroles I have eaten. Happy that Bryan wanted to share the recipe with us. Bryan’s sausage casserole 8 sausages medium size 1 chopped onion 1 chopped garlic clove 1 can of chopped tomatoes 0,5 bottle of red wine Salt and pepper Oil Fry the sausages so the take some…

This is one of the most popular recipes in 8 years at Dinner Bank


Didn’t realised that Dinner Bank been online for such a long time… More then 8 years… Wow time has really been flying. Share you one of the most popular recipes through the years. Charmola, the Moroccan sauce Absolutely something everyone need in there fridges. Trust me, you will love it❣️

Torrijas


Torrijas is very similar to french toasts or Swedish Fattiga riddare. I prefer this once as I love the flavours from the zest and spices. As the Easter getting closer, it’s time for me to share my favourite Spanish dessert Torrijas. A very famous dessert you find every where in Spain under the Easter time….

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…