Poppy seed bread pudding
Recipe source: Lila Füge 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.
This is a traditional Hungarian dessert called ‘mákos guba’, but it’s well known in the eastern part of Germany (‘Mohnpielen’) and in Poland (‘makówki’) as well.
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The cake batter what this recipe based on was the very first recipe I’ve learned in Sweden as a volunteer at the organic farm of Madeleine and Martin, in Brunnstorp. This dough is a joker, you can use any fruits, it will be perfect!
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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
I’ve tried some baklava recipes… the assembly is quite simple and does not make much difference for one recipe to another. The most important bits are the syrup and the filling and I think I finally found the flavor combination I like the most. Make sure that you will have enough syrup to cover the top of the filo sheets as well and you can treat … Continue reading Baklava
Magyarul ⇣ Kladdkaka – the Swedish brownie When I was a volunteer in Sweden this was one of my favourite desserts, then later I modified it according to my taste. It’s a quick and easy recipe: you don’t need your scale or hand mixer just a measuring jug and a fork to prepare this sticky chocolate cake. INGREDIENTS 100 ml flour 100 ml sugar 100 … Continue reading Kladdkaka – the Swedish brownie