the daily nom nom.
some velvet morning. with pancakes.
one of those rare mornings when you can sleep as long as you wish or as long as you may possibly sleep needs to be celebrated. with fresh pancakes. nom nom!
i used:
2 eggs
milk
spelt flour
salt
sparkling mineral water
grated almonds
honey
nectarines and
2 pieces of chocolate
together with coffee and freshly made grapefruit juice a perfect start in the day!
ps: don’t put a plate on a previously used, hot (VERY HOT INDEED!!!) hob and forget about it, till you try to take the plate without an oven cloth. and it burns burns burns…

some velvet morning. with pancakes.

one of those rare mornings when you can sleep as long as you wish or as long as you may possibly sleep needs to be celebrated. with fresh pancakes. nom nom!

i used:

  • 2 eggs
  • milk
  • spelt flour
  • salt
  • sparkling mineral water
  • grated almonds
  • honey
  • nectarines and
  • 2 pieces of chocolate

together with coffee and freshly made grapefruit juice a perfect start in the day!

ps: don’t put a plate on a previously used, hot (VERY HOT INDEED!!!) hob and forget about it, till you try to take the plate without an oven cloth. and it burns burns burns…

home-made curry & almond sauce.
just in time for BBQ season, i made a curry sauce that’s friggin’ delicious.
my mother came up with the recipe as fondue sauce (she uses home-made mayonnaise in it), but since i didn’t had the recipe when i was invited to a BBQ at a friends place, i just improvised with a quite good result i dare say.
green onions (about 2 pieces),
grounded almonds,
curry powder,
olive oil,
joghurt,
sour cream,
salt & pepper,
3 halfs of canned peaches and a little bit of peach juice.
i sliced the green onions and  lightly sautéed it in a drop of olive oil. i added the grounded almonds, roasted them together and but a bit of curry powder on it. put this mix aside from the oven, preferably in a bowl, then blend the peaches and put it in the bowl as well. add the joghurt and the sour cream, salt & pepper and stir it well. if you prefer a sweeter taste you can add a few teespoons of peach juice. put the sauce in the fridge over night. even tough you can eat it right away, the flavour will get more intense as the different aromas add up.
it will complete your BBQ meatfeast in a perfect way!

home-made curry & almond sauce.

just in time for BBQ season, i made a curry sauce that’s friggin’ delicious.

my mother came up with the recipe as fondue sauce (she uses home-made mayonnaise in it), but since i didn’t had the recipe when i was invited to a BBQ at a friends place, i just improvised with a quite good result i dare say.

  • green onions (about 2 pieces),
  • grounded almonds,
  • curry powder,
  • olive oil,
  • joghurt,
  • sour cream,
  • salt & pepper,
  • 3 halfs of canned peaches and a little bit of peach juice.

i sliced the green onions and  lightly sautéed it in a drop of olive oil. i added the grounded almonds, roasted them together and but a bit of curry powder on it. put this mix aside from the oven, preferably in a bowl, then blend the peaches and put it in the bowl as well. add the joghurt and the sour cream, salt & pepper and stir it well. if you prefer a sweeter taste you can add a few teespoons of peach juice. put the sauce in the fridge over night. even tough you can eat it right away, the flavour will get more intense as the different aromas add up.

it will complete your BBQ meatfeast in a perfect way!