My grandmother was from Karelia, a part of Finland that we had to give up after WW2 . This meat stew (hot pot) is a very traditional Finnish dish. This is my version of it, with traditional Finnish spices meeting Italian herbs, red wine and tomatoes.
This dish is quite easy to do. There are many layers of juicy and spicy taste blending with each other in a fantastic way! All my recipes are for 2 servings! 3 medium sized potatoes 1 apple 4 oz (110 g) mushrooms from can/tin 1 teaspoon salt for the potatoes 1 teaspoon chili paste 3…
This is a terrific choice for a special dinner. So many layers of juicy and softly spicy taste blending with each other in a wonderful way!
This shrimp, tomato and feta salad is a wonderful choice for a side dish for chicken or steak dinner. It is as hot as you make it. 🙂
I use chili paste (by Spice Up) which is delicious but not too hot (like chipotle or cayenne).
Corn and chicken are wonderful together. Sweetness meets spices and herbs! Extra lovely flavor comes from mixing olives, orange, rosé pepper and basil leaves. This dish is healthy and very delicious. If you can find lingonberries, add them to the dish!
This dish is based on a very traditional Scandinavian dish. Toast with shrimp mayonnaise. It was created by a popular Swedish restaurateur, Tore Wretman, just after the second world war and named after a fishing port in Denmark. I wanted to create something new and decided to add cucumber, chili, mango and blueberries.
It does not take many minutes to decorate the table, for lunch or for dinner. Start with a few flowers, which you love. Add some herbs. Divide berries between a few small bowls and spread them around the table. Let your imagination flow.
It does not take a long time to decorate the table for lunch, breakfast or dinner. Choose your favorite flowers and a beautiful or elegant vase… or lay the flowers on the table. Add chili or berries in a small bowl and put them on the table. Add a few lemons around the table. Get…
It does not take many minutes to decorate the table, for lunch or for dinner. Start with a few flowers, which you love. Next time try herbs. Thyme, rosemary and basil are great, not just as flavors in the food, but also as decoration on the table. You can also use dried fruit or dried…