The scent of freshly baked cinnamon rolls must be one of the best and most homely scents in the world.
This soup is something I call “Sirkku’s mishmash-soup”, made of all kinds of leftover vegetables and root vegetables in my fridge.
These chicken rolls are stuffed with red mold cheese, but if you are not partial to the taste of the mold cheeses any kind of flavoured creamy cheese will work as a substitute.
Sorrel tastes lovely and I quite often make this nice looking salad to serve on the side of various dishes.
Before getting to work on the prawns it is hard to believe that they will turn into such a delicacy when cooked.
A risotto made with gypsy mushrooms tastes heavenly and is the perfect side dish to go with any kind of fish, meat or poultry.
Karelian and Russian people have always used mushrooms as a part of their diet, and the evacuees brought this delicacy to the Finnish kitchens – although they were met with quite a lot of prejudice.
Lambkin roast beefs are quite chubby pieces of meat, so you should season them beforehand, preferably overnight.
Lemon gremolata adds a delicious flavour to a number of different dishes. Sprinkled over fish, lamb, chicken, even pasta as well as vegetables and root vegetables will enhance their taste.
These potatoes are something I make when the meal contains some “wet” parts like tzatziki, mushroom salad, vegetables cooked in cream etc.