Autumn means plums. Isn’t it beautiful how plum turns into deep purple during baking? The best way to show this gorgeous fruit is definitely the galette. This dough is so versatile, you can fill with any seasonal ingredients, it bakes quite fast and with its rustic look, it will look great on your family table. I’m so proud since this recipe has been published in … Continue reading Spicy plum galette
Magyarul ⇣ Chocolate and raspberry tart Recipe source: Rodica Godlewski About half a year ago we had our first collaboration with Rodica, and since we almost every day see mouth watering dishes on each other’s Instagram profile, it was not too difficult to find another recipe we would like to try in another recipe exchange. She is one of my first friends from the world … Continue reading Chocolate and raspberry tart
Magyarul ⇣ Torta della Nonna The Torta della Nonna (Grandma’s Pie) is a yummy pie, filled with plenty of thick custard called Crema Pasticciera, sprinkled with pine nuts and icing sugar. The recipe was originally created by Guido Samorini around the mid-twentieth century. What makes this pie so great is simplicity! I think if you have a favourite shortcut pastry and pastry cream recipe you have everything to … Continue reading Torta della Nonna
Recipe source: Salt, Wine, Friends Blog
Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need.
Couple of days ago I’ve got a message on Instagram from Évi, the blogger of Salt, Wine, Friends Blog. She invited me to do some collaboration, and since we have thousands of miles between us, we decided to do a recipe exchange: chose a recipe from each other’s blog, and prepare it on our own way or re-think the basic recipe to create something new.
Magyarul ⇣ Apple pie Recipe source: Rozé Kacsa Blog http://rozekacsa.blog.hu/2014/10/13/a_legjobb_dolog_ami_az_almaval_tortenhet_emi_neni_fele_magnas_almas_pite Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. This recipe reminds me to my great grandmother’s traditional pies and cakes. The crust itself is so simple, not too dominant, but has a special, friable texture. The cinnamon flavoured filling with the walnut foam on the … Continue reading Apple pie