Savoy cabbage stew © Reka Csulak

Savoy cabbage stew

Magyarul  

 Savoy cabbage stew

I had a small savoy cabbage at home so I asked my mom to send me her recipe. I modified it a little bit, but the well known taste from my childhood is the same. This dish was not my favourite, but few days ago I totally wanted to eat it again, and this made me feel so happy, because it means: I added another vegetable from the ‘no way!’ list to my favourites. Continue reading “Savoy cabbage stew”

Chanterelle soup © Reka Csulak

Chanterelle soup

It was already late November in Sweden when I had the chance to taste this yummy dish for the first time. One day in lunchtime this creamy, warming soup was the best thing what happened to us after we spent the half day with some autumnal work at the garden of Timjan Cafè and Restaurant. This recipe is from the owner, Christina. She was so … Continue reading Chanterelle soup

Yellow split pea stew

Magyarul  ⇣ Yellow split pea stew After Christmas I was thinking about a bit more light but warming menu idea when I found a pack of yellow split peas in the larder. INGREDIENTS Yellow split pea stew 250 g yellow split peas 1 onion 1 clove of garlic 1 bay leaf Salt 200 ml doubble cream Quick pork stew 400 g pork fillet chopped 1 … Continue reading Yellow split pea stew

Lentil stew

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