Search for anything!
Found 1081 Illustrations
1- Preheat the oven to 180 ºC.
2- Leave the broken dough at room temperature.
3- Line an oven pan greased with butter with the
dough covering all over .
4- Bake for a few minutes to slightly cooked before filling it up.
5- Cut broccoli in small trees and cook it with little wather with salt .Drain when still al dente.
6- Add the broccoli and cut it a little.
7- Season to taste and add the ham cubes and half of the
8- Place broccoli well distributed over the semi-cooked dough
9- Beat the eggs as for an omelette and mix with the cream.
Season with salt and pepper and add the nutmeg.
10- pour this mixture into the broccoli.
11- Bake between 20-30 minutes at 180 ºC
12- When curdled, place the slices of goat cheese and
return to the oven
13- Let stand a few minutes before serving while still hot.
It can also be served cold.
A traditional Nordic-Baltic Carneval treat: while some eat pancakes on Shrove Tuesday, there's a sweet bun frenzy going on all through the season in Estonia (also Sweden, Finland, Latvia) Made with wheat flour and leavened with yeast, filled with whipped cream and other goodness. Veganised of course but otherwise a traditional family method:)
Want to celebrate spring and Valentine's Day in fun style? This delicious chocolate cake will do the trick. Sprinkled with freshly picked flowers from your garden, it can be the center piece for your next birthday party 🎉🌼🌸💮🏵🌹
mum makes the best chocolate cake in the whole world.. we make this chocolate cake for almost all special occasions. we share it with family and friends . this cake is delicious served warm with fresh berries or a perfect winter afternoon or serve chilled with ice cream on a hot summer day.
its a family favourite.
I hadn’t made scones for years, I remembered from school that they were a bit difficult. Well they’re not! You need a little time for some stages, like mixing the flour, butter and sugar with your fingers to look like breadcrumbs...don’t try answering the phone at this point! This recipe makes cute little scones, about 24. I like them with margarine but maybe you’re a jam and cream person or perhaps you like the cheese variety. Each to their own! Why don’t you them a go.
My most favorite cake of all Russian pastries is the honey cake we call is Medovik. It's a moist soft delight packed with sweet aromatic flavor. There are tons of variations of this beauty, some use condensed milk others like to go a healthier route by substituting with sour cream. Overall you can't go wrong with a good holiday honey cake!