Vegetarian and meat Börek – Graduation Picnic

Excellent börek “rolls” with Turkish yufka dough. Incredibly useful to have as a snack or on a picnic. Fill it with what you like – here I give recipes for two different fillings – let your imagination run wild! One is vegetarian with feta cheese and herbs; the other is a meat filling. I have also done it with fajitas filling with equally good results. Continue reading “Vegetarian and meat Börek – Graduation Picnic”

Vegetarian/Vegan Swedish Cabbage Pudding

This dish is a beautiful, delicious, and classical dish in Swedish cuisine. Very easy to make and a practical meal when you have to feed many people. I have now created a vegetarian/vegan recipe with no meat, and the result is just perfect; as a matter of fact, I like the vegetarian more than the one with meat! Continue reading “Vegetarian/Vegan Swedish Cabbage Pudding”

Persian Saffron Rice Pudding – Shole Zard

Shole Zard (Persian: Yellow pudding) or Persian Saffron Rice pudding is a wonderful snack or dessert made with rice, and the holy trinity of Persian flavors: the aromatic rosewater, cardamom and last but not the least Saffron. Even thinking about it makes me smile! 😊 Continue reading “Persian Saffron Rice Pudding – Shole Zard”

Tikka Masala – my way

I love Tikka Masala and I usually order it when we visit an Indian restaurant. I decided to do it myself as the Corona-virus restricts us all right now. The food itself does not take that long to cook, but it is advantageous if you marinate the chicken overnight or at least for 3-4 hours. I let it marinate in the fridge overnight. And just by changing a few things you can actually make this dish all vegetarian! Continue reading “Tikka Masala – my way”

My version of Indian Dahl

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.
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Pickled beetroot

Beetroot is one of my favorites in all forms. We use to boil them until soft, then we grate them coarsely and mix it with plain yogurt.  Or eat it as a hot snack after boiling it soft.In Sweden however, the most common way is to pickle them and have it together with stews. Nowadays beetroot is a very common ingredient in salads, etc. Beetroot has been given a renaissance! Continue reading “Pickled beetroot”