Day: January 20, 2018

  • Dulce de leche – homemade HaPå in pressure cooker

     Dulce de leche is the milk soup like home here probably most known as HaPå. Although the Hamar order (yes, it’s the full name) was a childhood favorite, both the wording and the taste of homemade dulce de leche are chopped more sophisticated than Mjøsa’s grandchildren. All you need to recreate the South American descent is a […]

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  • Grilled chicken thigh with light grilled salad and passion fruit dressing

    The main course in my signature menu on the grill was chicken loaf of delicious farm rink. I kept the accessories simple, but equally sophisticated, so I think barbecues in the beach zone should be. The chicken is marinated with a dry spice mixture with delicious Caribbean flavors. Basically I thought to grind the chicken. However, on my small portable […]

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  • Pressurized Moroccan beef pot with chickpeas, plums and apricots

    Inviting six girlfriends to dinner after work, demands efficiency and optimism. Especially when you love to experiment, but hate to fail. The pressure cooker was thus put on his biggest test. Would it do the job of grinding meat in just ONE hour? Generating flavors like the pot usually requires it triple with time? The answer is yes and yes. Hurray! […]

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  • Broccoli salad with cranberries

    Brokkolislaw or broccoli salad is a spin-off from the more famous coleslaw. Very good as an accompaniment to beef, burger or salmon. Adding crispy bacon or chickpeas can make it your own meal. Alone or in affection. This green dish is well worth introducing into the salad portfolio. The recipe I found in the fine cookbook to Ina from […]

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  • Life with Adam’s Food Box

    What if someone had placed a box of food for a week at your doorstep? Anyone who does not know who you are or what you like, other than that you most likely want to make dinner but dislike planning and action? Anyone who wants to take responsibility for eating varied, healthy and tasteful? Would you pay for […]

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  • Fast beef with eggplant and chiliam

    A piece of tenderloin, an eggplant and a little quick from the kitchen trays were what I had at your disposal. I was the great result after a long and delicious stroll-Saturday in Oslo. The result made more than staggering hungry. This was light gourmet! The steak I received from a friend, fled from Tromsø (both he and […]

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  • Grønkålsjuice with taste of mojito

    Today I started the day with this green juice. Stuffed random ingredients in my slow juicer and ended up with the mojito of time. Admittedly without room, but the taste was both fresh and sweet. You should try this one. Cauliflower stalks are usually removed before use, but are excellent in juice. The same goes for broccoli paints. The goals […]

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  • Pressurized caramelized banana puree

    Banana Pure, Banana Jam, Banana Butter, Banana Curd. Same that – these are good stuff! After I got the idea from the book “Modernist Cuisine at Home”, I always make sure I have a glass in the fridge. The uses for this delicious marsh are numerous and raise the law; A spoon of cottage cheeses, a dough with ice […]

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  • Baked oatmeal with pumpkin, blueberries and banana

    Baked oatmeal can be varied indefinitely, and here is another favorite. Pumpkin seeds give a delicious crown, while blueberry, pumpkin purée and banana contribute to sweetness almost cake to rain. Just good at breakfast like tonight. To a form (2 large portions) you need: 2.5 decilitre large oatmeal 1 deciliter water 1.5 deciliters of milk (cow’s milk […]

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  • coffee Shake

    Even though the Norwegian summer may not promote acute cooling needs, it is always refreshing with an icecream. I like to run coffee, milk and ice cubes in the blender so it’s really shining. A trick to make the coffee flavor more intense is to make ice cubes of coffee. Add some extra espresso and freeze the […]

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