This recipe qualifies as gluten-free, its very easy to make and serve as a perfect snack.
For 8 pancakes:
400 grams corn seeds (fresh, defrosted or canned)
3 tbsp. rice flour (can be substituted by a “regular” flour)
1 tbsp. yellow curry paste
1 egg *
1 medium sized red onion, finely chopped
1 tbsp Fish Souce (Nam Pla) or Soy Sauce
1/2 glass of finely-chopped cilantro (coriander) leaves
Corn Flour (optional)
Believe it or not, but this was the first jam I’ve ever made. I spent some time home with a nasty cold/flu, and I thought of making a jam for more medicinal reasons than culinary. I’ve been curious about quince jams before, especially being impressed by their color. Somehow, I was avoiding making jams because of an assumption that it would be complicated. I couldn’t have been more wrong! It is very easy and the attractive color just occurs by itself (some sort of mystical transformation). So, if someone wants to try, I definitely recommend this method.
2 large quince fruits (in my case their combined weight was 1kg and they yielded 920 grams of fruit)
700 gr. sugar
Juice of half a lemon
Zest of 1 orange
1/4 tsp. of Cinnamon
A pinch of nutmeg powder
‘T was the day after XMAS and all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse…
Seriously, it was a morning after some holidays (and holiday meals) and all I’ve had left in the refrigerator was leftovers – some cheese and sheet of ready-made puff pastry dough. Apparently, this was enough to prepare a very quick (less than 5 minutes) and very tasty salty pie for breakfast.
- ~70 gr of hard cheese (Kashkaval, Parmesan or Grana Padano)
- 100 gr of soft Goat Feta cheese
- 100 gr of Sour Cream (9%)
- Small sheet of ready-made puff pastry dough
- 1 garlic clove
- 1 branch of rosemary
- 1 egg
One of the advantages of this variant of the classic dish is that its lighting fast. For example, while baking it one can prepare a salad and serve it to the table. (In my case, this was a quick breakfast idea)
(For two personal “pies” illustrated above)
75 gr. dry short pasta (do not cook it beforehand)
75 gr. / ml. milk
75 gr. low-fat sour cream*
75. grated cheddar**
Some salt, a pinch of nutmeg (or red/chilli pepper), pepper
The salad is very simple and very tasty, It is just what you need for breakfast when you have no time to prepare it, but you would still like to get something nice. The color combination is very bright and lively projecting the exact energetic state of mind you are looking for in the morning. All the ingredients except the eggs and salsa are in the photo.
For the salad:
30 cherry tomatoes of different colors (red, yellow and chocolate)
1/2 glass small mozzarella “balls”
Leaves from 3 basil branches
6 anchovy fillets
1 boiled egg
For the salsa:
2-3 tbsp. olive oil
Juice of 1/3 lemon
2 anchovy fillets
*No need to add salt, the anchovies and the capers are very salty
Cut cherry tomatoes in halves and tear basil leaves into small pieces. Cut the egg into 6 parts. Mix all the salad ingredients into a salad bowl. Mix all the salsa ingredients in the blender, pour over the salad and serve.
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