Not only is this stuff delicious, it is also super easy to make. It’s also very versatile: you can have it for breakfast with porridge, or with yoghurt and granola. Or have it with vanilla ice cream as a dessert, yummy! You can make lots of variations, depending on what fruit is in season for example (use strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, plums or cherries in summer). The recipe works best with firm apples and pears, but I also find it a great way of using up fruit that has already gone a bit wrinkly.
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This is one of our family’s favorite dinner meals. Especially the kids love it.
Cut the ham and onion into little dices and cook them in a about a tsp of butter until the onion is almost cooked through. Add cream and spices and let the sauce simmer until it starts to thicken. Cheese lovers can add freshly grated Parmesan cheese to the sauce - we sometimes do this when we’re feeling cheesy. While the sauce is simmering, take the broccoli apart, clean it and cook it for a few minutes. Drain it and set aside. It’s time to add the Tortellini to the sauce - please allow them to heat up. Now add the broccoli and stir gently. Enjoy!
Easy to make, and goes down easy! Last Christmas, I couldn't find the peppermint vodka that I like, because our local distributor stopped carrying it. So I tried making my own. This recipe is fun and a great introduction to the art of making your own liqueurs. Cheers!