This dish is easy and delicious. Apart from the time in the marinade, it is quick to cook as well. Dare to try something new 😊 Continue reading “Chikcen satay”
Sausages can be incredibly tasty! Here is a recipe for a wonderful stew with two kinds of sausages that warms the soul! Feel free to visit my blog for a complete list and amount of ingredients. Can easily be made vegetarian. Continue reading “Sausage stew”
This dish is a highlight in Persian cuisine. The aroma and taste are almost seductive! Continue reading “Khoreshte Gheimeh – Veal stew”
All vegetarian delicious dish, easy and quick dish.
There are at least 15 different Dahl in India, I have watched countless YouTube clips and read countless recipes, this is my version of Indian Dahl with lentils. In normal cases you use red or yellow lentils, here I have chosen to do it with green lentils that I happened to have at home. Continue reading “My version of Indian Dahl”
These Persian meatballs are the tastiest meatballs in the world. You will never make it any other way. Continue reading “Persian curry meatballs (Kofteh Kari)”
One of the absolute favorites here at home is curry chicken. I make it a little different from time to time but this particular recipe is both quick and delicious. Continue reading “Chicken Curry”
Swedish home cooking at its best!
Most households in Sweden make Kalops once in a while, I dare say! Here at home, Grandma Bojan made the best Kalops and it is from her that I learned how to make this wonderful dish in an old-fashioned way. It is also incredibly easy to make, a little preparation and then low and slow cooking. Continue reading “Kalops – Swedish Beef Stew”
When our children were younger, like their mother, they were just “picky” with their food. With ”picky” children you have to become creative in the kitchen, it is that simple. Had and still always have ready to go meat sauce in the freezer, usually, I cook it with turkey meat but you can use the meat of your choice, the procedure is the same.
In our household, we most certainly make a lot of Persian food, but also real old-fashioned Swedish food. My mother-in-law used to make this dish that is both simple and delicious. For me, this is a winter dish. Our children love farmers gravy and the eldest son has developed his own recipe for it. I just wanted to commemorate my mother-in-law by making the dish today.
Some also call it onion gravy, some use thick bacon but we prefer thinly sliced bacon instead. Continue reading “Farmers gravy – as Swedish as it can be!”
Delightful goulash! Hungary’s national dish that goes as far back as the 9th century. If you translate the name of the dish (Gulyás) to English it literally means shepherd or herdsmen. Continue reading “Goulash my way!”