Fall is coming! For me, the best thing about Fall is the oversized Sweater and curries. This one has the creaminess of coconut, the sweetness of peanut and a hint of spice from the curry paste. For 4-6 Portions Wie heißt das denn auf Deutsch? Cooking Converter / Umrechnungstabelle 1 onion 400 gr meat or tofu (I used chicken) 400 gr veggies (I used broccoli, paprika & zucchini) 3 tbsp of Rama Coconut Creme (I got it from Degustatbox) 50 gr red curry paste 2 tbsp peanut butter 400 ml of coconut milk Heat the pan to medium heat. Add the Rama Coconut Creme and sauté the onion until brown. Add the meat or tofu, then the veggies (those with the longest cooking time first). Sauté for 5-7 minutes. Blend in the red curry paste. Add the coconut milk and the peanut Butter. Simmer until the meat is cooked and the sauce is thickened. Serve with rice. Guten Hunger! *In cooperation with Degustabox Advertisements
I have been waiting all year long for pumpkin season. Prepare your blanket for eating on the sofa watching your favourite tv! 4 Portions Ingredients Wie heißt das denn auf Deutsch? Cooking Converter / Umrechnungstabelle olive oil 1 kg hokkaido pumpkin 2 shallots, chopped 1 small onion, chopped 75 gr ginger, grated or chopped 200 ml coconut milk 1,5 liter vegetable stocks mint leaves optional: balsamic creme Sautée the pumpkin, shallots, onion and ginger until fragrant. Add the chicken stock and coconut milk. Let it shimmer over medium low heat for 45 minutes. Puree with food processor or blender. Add mint leaves as desired and garnish with balsamic creme and some mint leaves. Guten Hunger!
I do not buy any convenience granola because I always make mine with less sugar and my own chosen ingredients to have that perfect mix. So be creative with this recipe to give it your own twist! 1 kg granola Ingredients Wie heißt das denn auf Deutsch? Cooking Converter / Umrechnungstabelle 500 gr oats 50 gr sesame seeds 100 gr almond leaves 100 gr dried cranberries 50 gr chopped walnuts 150 gr honey 50 gr olive oil pinch of salt 3 drops of vanilla extract Preheat the oven to 165 degrees C (325 degrees F ). Line a large baking sheets with parchment. Combine the dry ingredients except the cranberries in a large bowl. Stir together the salt, honey, oil and vanilla in a saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Pour over the dry ingredients, and stir to coat. Spread the mixture out evenly on the baking sheets. Bake in the preheated oven until crispy and toasted, about 25 minutes. Cool, then stir in the cranberries before storing in an airtight container. …
As I was in Milan, I ate this simple yet tasty pasta with sage and pancetta. The waiter I talked to said, that you can push the envelope a bit by using butter instead of olive oil. So here we go! 2 Portions Ingredients Wie heißt das denn auf Deutsch? Cooking Converter / Umrechnungstabelle 160 gr cappellini (or any pasta you fancy) 4 tbsp butter 10-12 sage leaves 100 gr pancetta 50 gr parmesan plus some for garnish salt (optional: pepper) Cook the cappellini, drain and save some of the water. Fry the sage leaves using the butter. Take them out then cook the pancetta using the remain butter. Turn the heat of. Add the cappellini and the sage, add some of the pasta water if needed. Fold in the parmesan and season as you fancy. Guten Hunger!
You don’t need some fancy syrup to make a satisfying summer lemonade. Any good jam will do! It is easy, cheap with guarantee to impress. 1 glas lemonade Ingredients Wie heißt das denn auf Deutsch? Cooking Converter / Umrechnungstabelle 300 ml sparkling water 1/2 – 1 tablespoon brown sugar (depends or how you like it) 1 tablespoon jam ( I used my homemade rhubarb nectarine and strawberry mint) juice of 1/2 lemon 4-5 mint leaves Cut the mint leaves. Squeeze the lemon juice into the glas. Mix in the mint leaves, jam and sugar. Pour in the water and mix the ingredients all together. Add some ice cubes or cool in the refrigerator. Prost!