I am not a big fan of overly sweet desserts, so I’ve created this recipe that transforms the heavy classic into heavenly light, no-bake deliciousness: the indulgent Sticky Toffee Pudding Cheesecake. I am so proud that the recipe of this Sticky Toffee Pudding Cheesecake has been published in UK’s Baking Heaven Magazine too. INGREDIENTS for 6 mini cakes Cheesecake base 250 g digestive biscuits 10 … Continue reading Sticky Toffee Pudding Cheesecake
Magyarul ⇣ Frozen Rosè Prosecco cake So here we are… this is the last time of the year! How was 2017? I’m sure many things happened and I think you already have special plans for 2018 as well! Probably you have one or two bottles of Rosè Prosecco at home for the party tonight, so let’s use some and prepare this cake for your guests … Continue reading Frozen Rosè Prosecco cake
Eggnog is a rich, dairy-based drink enriched by some spirits like brandy, rum, whiskey or bourbon. It’s so popular to prepare and drink home-made eggnog around Christmas and New Years Eve and Easter too, so here is my version with warming spices, vanill, and the good, old whiskey! INGREDIENTS 600 ml whole milk 250 ml double cream 4 egg yolks 4 egg whites – it will stay … Continue reading Whiskey eggnog
My husband and I took part on a chili experience with our professional guide, Chilli Olly who showed us how they grow different chilies at Edible Ornamentals chili ranch and after our tour around the plant tunnels we had the chance to taste different fresh chilies, sauces, and dips during a little journey on Scoville scale from mild to hot. Some of them are like a bonfire in your mouth.
Magyarul ⇣ Lentil stew According to our traditions it’s recommended to eat special food for luck on New Year’s Day. First of all… any kind of pork meat. If you do this, you can expect a lot of luck during the new year, because the rotund lucky pig (symbolize wealth and prosperity) is ‘rooting forward’ (which symbolize progress) while it ‘digs the luck out’ for you. Another popular … Continue reading Lentil stew
Magyarul ⇣ Champagne cake Recipe source: Street Kitchen Blog http://streetkitchen.hu/2015/12/16/unnepi_pezsgokremes_torta Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. I’ve wanted to try this recipe for a long time. Finally, on the last day of 2016 I had the chance to taste some champagne in this magnificent way. Since I used a small (15 cm) cake tin, I cut the recipe … Continue reading Champagne cake