Saturday, December 11, 2010

Recipes on Enjoy Food & Travel 2010

To make it easier for you, I have compiled all the recipes on Enjoy Food &Travel for the year 2010 on this page. Enjoy!!

  • Asparagus with Spanish Serrano ham and Hollandaise sauce (May 24th 2010)
    I certainly did, what I had said I would last week. I prepared white asparagus as a special treat for supper for my sister and brother-in-law a week ago. I had forgotten how much work it was, but it was certainly worth my trouble.
  • Aubergine and garlic dip (January 4th 2010)
    The aubergine and garlic dip is a healthy and tasty alternative to mayonnaise or sour cream based dipping sauces. It is surprisingly easy to make, as well.
  • Baby mozzarella in ruccola pesto (August 3rd 2010)
    Estimate 2-3 baby mozzarella per person.

  • Baked lobster in Mornay Sauce (October 24th 2010)
    Having bought three frozen Canadian lobsters "chicks" for NOK 99, I planned a treat for my guests when we arrived for a short weekend at our summer home. Baked lobster in Mornay Sauce was an awesome starter!!

  • Baked puff pastry shells with fish (ball) stew (December 11th 2010)
    Tired and not in the mood to make advanced food, I tried to be innovative the other day. Baked puff pastry shells with fish(ball) stew was nearly a success. By preparing it a little different it will most certainly become one of my favourites.

  • Benito's Italian meatballs as Spanish albondigas (February 21st 2010)
    The best meat balls are definitely the ones you are making yourself, but Benito Navas meat balls are some of the better ones I have tasted.

  • Bird eats bird - boneless filled chicken (March 26th 2010)
    The process of preparing a boneless chicken is tricky and time consuming, but is getting easier by practice. I made a stuffed bird the other day, and has called the dish "Bird eats bird" as it is chicken filled with chicken.

  • Breakfast sandwich à la Egg Benedict (May 8th 2010)
    My friend and Enjoy Food & Travel co-writer Susanne proudly announced that she had prepared a proper poached egg the other day. Sadly I have not succeeded in this art. Until I manage to do so, this breakfast sandwich is the closest I get to Eggs Benedict.

  • Butter bean stew with merguez sausages (March 13th 2010)
    I suddenly craved for butter beans the other day, and decided to create an improvised stew containing a wide range of ingredients from my kitchen.
  • Gluten-free cornbread (February 1st 2010)
    More and more people are tested to discover the they either suffer from Coeliac disease or gluten intolerance. Erica E. Brady, my American cousin sent these two gluten-free recipes that she'd got from Rita Evans, a friend.

  • Greek Style leg of lamb (April 10th 2010)
    I prepared a Greek style, stuffed leg of lamb this Easter. Preparing it took time, but when left in the oven I could relax, and the end result was succulent and aromatic.
  • King crab on toast (June 14th 2010)
    Making a King crab sandwich is neither cooking nor preparation, rather an assembling job, but the end result is both easy, esthetically pleasing, and wickedly good.
  • Lamb Methi Malai (October 17th 2010) I discovered the the Kohinoor sauces in my local Turkish supermarket, and I use them regularly in my cooking. This Methi Malai cook-in sauce is one of my favourites. A rich creamy North Indian sauce flavoured with fenugreek leaves. Perfect for a hot lamb dish during fall.

  • Lemon and garlic chicken with ratatouille (July 27th 2010)
    Last week I made another long-roast chicken dish with a twist. Convenient summer food, as all is prepared in one operation and takes care of itself. This dish consisted of ingredients I had available in my kitchen. So this recipe may be varied after what you have, fresh or canned, but remember to use enough garlic!!

  • Meatloaf Italian style (March 6th 2010)
    Meatloaf is a seriously filling dish, packed with proteins, and very easy to vary with whatever you may have in your refrigerator. As I visited my friends at Løten last weekend I made an Italian style meatloaf filled with tasty Mediterranean ingredients.
  • Open sandwich with pork rib (January 4th 2010)
    I made the most perfect long roast pork rib for my colleagues before Christmas. We did not manage to eat it all, so I split the leftovers into three serving portions to be enjoyed later.

  • Open sandwich with prawns and spicy mayonnaise (January 4th 2010)
    I prepared open sandwich with prawns and spicy mayonnaise. I tried to make my own mayonnaise, but failed, so I had to run out and buy a can of Hellmann's mayo.
  • Pickled purslane stalks (July 23rd 2010)
    Remove leaves and thin stalks. Thick are washed and tied. Place in boiling water until slightly tender. Pour off water and dry them in a kitchen towel.

  • Pizza à la Pillsbury (June 7th 2010)
    I love food à la americana, and a few weeks ago, I found that the Norwegian pizza brand Peppes had been inspired by the American Pillsbury brand and introduced fresh pizza dough into a tube. Marvellous!!

  • Pizza Swirls (August 3rd 2010)
    An easy and interesting way to prepare pizza.

  • Pork chops with mushroom and onion stew (August 20th 2010)
    Pork is great to prepare with sweet and savory flavours. I have seen Ainsley Harriot prepare pork tenderloin with onion and apple stew. I prepared pork chops with a sweetened onion and mushroom stew. Serious yummie!!

  • Purslane in sugar (July 23rd 2010)
    Cut thick stalks in small chunks. Bring equal quantities vinegar and water to boiling temperature. Add stalks. Dry them in a colander and then in a kitchen towel.

  • Purslane in vinegar (July 23rd 2010)
    Cut thick purslane stalks in finger long pieces. Place in brine for 12 hours. Remove brine and dry in a colander and dry them in a cloth.
  • Quinoa Veggie Burger (February 1st 2010)
    More and more people are tested to discover the they either suffer from Coeliac disease or gluten intolerance. Erica E. Brady, my American cousin sent these two gluten-free recipes that she'd got from Rita Evans, a friend.
  • Tiger prawns in garlic butter and Noilly Prat (August 3rd 2010)
    Mix butter, garlic and parsley well. Allow to rest in refrigerator 2-3 hours before you assemble the dish.

  • Tiramisu Mousse (January 25th 2010)
    I am no good at preparing desserts and pastries. I therefore gladly use a packed, if good. At New Years Eve, I used a package of Tiramisu mousse from Freia. With a little extra brandy, it turned out a delicious treat

  • Toasts with rouille Sétoise (August 3rd 2010)
    ouille is a sauce made from olive oil, breadcrumbs, garlic, saffron and chili peppers from southern France.

  • Tomatoes Margherita (August 3rd 2010)
    Easy and pleasing for the eye, green, white and red as the Italian flag. Take tray, cover bottom with pesto.

  • Tortellini with nuts and gorgonzola in creamed mushroom sauce (May 1st 2010)
    This is one of these recipes where I just do what I do, not making notes, and end up with an exquisite result. My recommendation is that you regard my quantifications with a pinch of salt. Use my ingredients and experiment in order to give this recipe you particular character.

  • Truffle risotto (May 31st 2010)
    Here is another treat for dinner. Risotto with real truffles, an exclusive and seductive choice for a romantic dinner.
  • Ultimate Sunday breakfast sandwich (March 30th 2010)
    I love eggs for breakfast, but is getting increasingly skeptic to bacon and eggs floating in fat. I have been conducting a few experiments to make an all-in-one solution, and one result is the ultimate Sunday breakfast sandwich.
  • White and dark chocolate mousse (April 17th 2010)
    Chocolate mousse is one of the most sexy desserts I know. Rich, sweet and seductive - what more can you want from an end of a meal. During Easter I made a treat from white and dark chocolate, served in an edible cup of pure dark Belgian chocolate.
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