Once again, I did some research on a classic recipe of my granny. This time, I wanted to know the secret of her super fluffy apricot jam roulade. As always, you will find the basic recipe at the bottom. I summarized the tips and tricks of grandma in the blog posting for you. (Directly to… Continue reading GRANNY RECIPE FOR SUPER FLUFFY JAM ROULADE
Recipe for traditional Austrian Baked Semolina Porridge (Grieß-Schmarrn) with pear compote. January is traditionally a dorky month. At least from my point of view. The holidays have left us exhausted. The weather is horrible. The christmas bonus is long gone. Our New Year resolutions already broken. The flu epidemic has arrived. Austrian Baked Semolina Porridge… Continue reading BAKED SEMOLINA PORRIDGE WITH PEAR COMPOTE
Here comes a new recipe, finally, after a long time… Mohnnudeln! (Can be translated with “poppy seed noodles”) My sister loves them very much and sometimes buys the frozen ones in the supermarket. But self-made of course tastes better. That’s why I wanted to try to make them from scratch for a long time. Like… Continue reading HOMEMADE MOHNNUDELN (“POPPY SEED NOODLES”)
A week ago, I made this rosemary peach sorbet to get rid of a few almost overripe peaches. … And I was thrilled! The rosemary gives the sorbet an additional freshness and adds a summery aroma. After the photoshooting of the sorbet I could not hold it back anymore! And so the peach sorbet turned… Continue reading QUICK AND EASY ROSEMARY PEACH SORBET
This recipe for Vanilla Cream Cheese Dessert (or “Topfen-Nockerl”) with Raspberry Sauce is strongly linked to my childhood memories of the summer holidays. Radiant blue sky, scent of wood in the barn and fresh grass that is mown, roses, lavender and suncream … In the aftermath, you can not remember the wasp stings and hay fever attacks, luckily.… Continue reading VANILLA CREAM CHEESE DESSERT WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE
How much is “a little”? Now I know! It is exactly 50 gram. At least when it comes to candied orange peels. Wasn’t that easy to find out, ya know… When you ask Grandma how much “a little” is, she would say something like “Well! It’s a bit! Not too much! Otherwise it will be too… Continue reading GRANNIES TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS GINGERBREAD COOKIES
Making apple strudel from scratch? Does it pay off? My grandmother says no. She buys the dough for the Austrian national dish in the supermarket. And probably she would not have any room in her kitchen to stretch out the dough anyway! There are always too many things around, that wait to be boiled, frozen or cut.… Continue reading HOW TO MAKE APPLE STRUDEL FROM SCRATCH – WITH VIDEO
Ever tried Austrian crepes (Palatschinken) with cream cheese and lemon filling and vanilla sauce topping?
Lovely recipe for classic Black Forest cake – with detailed step by step instructions and pictures of every step.
Every sad person on Earth should have a beloved one who makes him such fluffy apricot dumplings like the ones of my grandmother. The secret of the dumplings is that she roasts some breadcrumbs with quite a bit of sugar and butter, before the dumplings are rolled in them and are served when still fresh and… Continue reading AUSTRIAN SOULFOOD SERIES: GRANNY’S FLUFFY APRICOT DUMPLINGS