Ep. 100 – Claudia cake :)

After exactly 10 years since I got the recipe and 99 episodes of #disasterinthekitchen, I set out to make the only cake that, for unexplained reasons, is called Claudia. 🙂 Although, originally, it is also known as Albina or Albinița cake, more than likely due to the bee honey sheets. 🙂 Hungarians have their own

Special [fromHongKong] ep. – mango pancakes (yum cha)

Yum cha (to go to dim sum) – this is the name of Cantonese brunch in the native language (includes Hong Kong and Macau). This late breakfast consists of Chinese tea with appetizers and cakes. Among which I found mango pancakes. 🙂 Well, these wonderful pancakes are made quite quickly and are eaten disastrously fast.

Ep. 99 – 3 variants of pancakes/ crepes batter

If you arrive in the area this weekend, you can join the famous pancake festival in Prejmer, the reason for the carnival before Mardi Gras. Fashing – how is called locally, which begins on 11:11 at 11:11 a.m., includes all sorts of parties and festivities, including a carnival with a parade of masks and street

Cookingbookclub 7 | Lidl’s recipes

As you can remember, this year we are cooking from #321sourcesofinspiration, the first being Lidl Kitchen. Check below some of the recipes tried by our gang. 🙂 Focaccia with cherry tomatoes – the recipe here – I replaced a quarter of the amount of flour with wholemeal flour. Banana and yogurt muffins – recipe here

Ep. 98 – Black Forest gâteau 

Out of love for you (and especially for me: P), Chef made us the Black Forest cake today, the famous German cake also known as the Black Forest gâteau or Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte. The cake, in its original version, contains four main ingredients: a chocolate top, cherries, whipped cream and cherry liqueur (sour cherry). In our

Special [ipsebrexit] ep. – winter slaw

I wanted to make this salad last year, for the December bookclub, I even bought radishes, but in vain, I didn’t have time. 🙂 Oana, on the other hand, did not give up, so today we have the remaining recipe. A fancy one. 😀 — Good thing I read Jamie Oliver’s book of Christmas recipes

Ep. 97 – maneesh

Manakish, manaeesh, man’ousheh comes from the Middle East (originally from Lebanon) and is a flat bread similar to pizza. The dough can be covered with thyme, cheese or minced meat. Thyme topping and other spices are called Za’atar. I used Paul Hollywood’s recipe, which says that for one serving (3 large pieces) you need 500g