Method: 1 Filling 1.1 Wash spinach and pre-cook it for 15 minutes, then drain extra water 1.2 Chop salmon and pre-cook it for 5-10 minutes in water, drain extra water 1.3 Whisk sour cream and eggs together in a separate bowl 1.4 Grate cheese in a separate bowl 2 Dough 2.1 Mix flour, grater butter, salt and water: knead the dough 2.2 Pre-heat the oven to 200C 2.3 Roll out dough to 32cm round 2.4 Put rolled out dough into 32cm buttered baking form 2.5 Make in the dough small holes for airing 2.6 Pre-bake for 10 minutes at 200C 3 Quiche 3.1 Spread the pre-cooked salmon & spinach onto the pre-baked dough base 3.2 Pour sour-cream-eggs mixture over the salmon & spinach 3.3 Sprinkle uniformly the grated cheese and black pepper over the filling 3.4 Bake the quiche for 25-30 minutes at 200C until golden 3.5 Enjoy and have a great Sunday!
Serving ingredients: – fresh parsley Method: 1 Mustard sauce: combine sauce ingredients and mix 2 Asparagus with salmon 2.1 Wash and peel white asparagus 2.2 Boil asparagus in the pan with salmon for 14 minutes in salted water 3 Serve boiled asparagus and salmon with mustard sauce and chopped fresh parsley !
Filling ingredients: – 200g sour cream – 1 small red onion – 1 small zucchini – 200g smoked salmon – chopped dill for serving Directions: 1 Preheat the oven to 220C 2 Mix dough ingredients and knead the dough for 5 minutes 3 Roll out the dough into an oval 3-4mm height 4 Put the dough on the baking paper and bake at 220C for 8 min without a filling 5 Meanwhile chop onion, slice zucchini into rounds and slice salmon into stripes 6 Remove the baking tray from the oven, spread the sour cream over the dough, then add chopped onion, zucchini and salmon slices 7 Bake Tarte Flambée for another 10 minutes at 220C 8 Serve with chopped dill! 🙂
Method: 1 Grate Parmesan into a bowl and put in the fridge 2 Wash and cut scallion into thin rings, put in a separate bowl 3 Boil rice in salted water until ready and keep it warm while cooking salmon 4 Wash salmon and cut into 1-1.5cm cubes 5 Fry salmon for 5 min in olive oil at middle heat, add 33% cream and stew for another 5 min 6 Transfer the rice into the serving bowls and put the salmon over the rice 7 Sprinkle the dish with grated Parmesan, chopped scallion and black pepper 8 Serve !
Serving ingredients: – 30ml acacia honey – 100g smoked salmon – a few raspberries Method: 1 Wash spinach and squeeze it in a colander to get rid of extra water 2 Mash spinach in a puree with an immersive blender or in a food processor 3 Combine spinach puree, flour, Kefir, eggs, olive oil, sugar & salt: mix well until smooth 4 Pre-heat a non-sticking skillet with a small amount of olive oil (we need extra oil only for the first pancake!) 5 Fry pancakes until golden at medium heat 1-2 minutes each side 6 Serve the pancakes with smoked salmon, acacia honey and raspberries 7 Enjoy and have a great sunny Saturday !
Side note: These beautiful guys might be capricious as many beautiful creates are… That is why it is important to choose the right heat level when cooking them, but after a couple of failures you will be on the right road to their hearts 🙂
See, see how the sun has moved onward while we talked. Nothing can stop it in its course.
Ingredients (2 servings): – 180g salmon – 2 fresh quinces – 120g white rice mixed with wild rice – 3 garlic cloves – 2 tbsp butter for cooking quinces – 1tbsp olive oil for cooking salmon – a few sprigs of parsley for serving – 1/4 tsp salt – 1/4 tsp black pepper Method: 1 Salmon: 1.1 Wash salmon and absorb extra water with paper towels 1.2 Chop garlic cloves 1.3 Cook it for 4-5 minutes each side until golden in olive oil 1.4 Add chopped garlic cloves to the skillet 2 minutes before salmon is ready 2 Quinces: 2.1 Wash quinces and de-seed them 2.2 Slice quinces into 0.3-0.5 cm width pieces 2.3 Melt butter in the skillet 2.4 Stew quince slices for 15 minutes in butter at medium heat 3 Rice: boil it per instruction in salty water 4 Serve cooked salmon and quinces over the boiled rice: season with salt & pepper and decorate with chopped parsley 5 Enjoy!
Method: 1 Cook pancakes with you favourite recipe! I like the following one: 1.1 Whisk 2 eggs with salt & sugar 1.2 Pour Kefir in the whisked eggs 1.3 Gradually add wheat and buckwheat flour continuously mixing 1.4 Mix in 1 tablespoon sunflower oil 1.5 Preheat the skillet with 1/2 tablespoon sunflower oil (no more oil will be needed!) 1.6 Pour 1 soup ladle of batter into the skillet for one pancake 1.7 Cook pancakes until golden ~2 minutes on each side 1.8 Keep the cooked pancakes warm covered with a lid on a separate plate 2 Mix blue cheese sauce ingredients in bowl 🙂 3 Serve pancakes with smoked salmon slices & the blue cheese sauce & chopped green onions 4 Enjoy ! … and let the black coffee flavour enter you room and inspire you for great doings 😉
Show not what has been done, but what can be. How beautiful the world would be if there were a procedure for moving through labyrinths.
Ingredients (for 2 servings): – 180g salmon – 100ml 33% cream – 300g durum wheat semolina pasta (ideally, Italian Pasta Superior Semola) – 3 garlic clothes – 80g Parmesan – 1/2 teaspoon salt – 1/2 teaspoon pepper – 1/2 tablespoon olive oil for frying
Method: 1 Grate Parmesan into a bowl and put in the fridge for now 2 Cut salmon into 1.5cm cubes 3 Chop garlic into 0.5cm cubes 4 Simultaneously start boiling pasta (5) and cooking salmon (6) 5 Boil pasta in the salty water until ready and drain the water 6 Cook salmon for 5 minutes in olive oil with garlic, then add 33% cream and stew for another 5 minutes 7 Put the pasta in the frying pan with salmon for 1 minute, carefully mix and transfer to the serving plates 8 Sprinkle pasta with grated Parmesan, add black pepper and serve immediately !