On the topping of this pie you can use sour cream instead of quark – both are good and tasty, but sour cream may feel somewhat fresher than quark.
There appears to be no exact equivalent in English for the Finnish word “graavi”, which we use here. It means something like “raw fish seasoned overnight with salt and spices”.
This was my first attempt with these little paprikas – as a matter of fact I haven’t even seen anything similar in stores before.
After all brevity is the soul of wit, so here is a recipe for a pasta to make if the only ingredients you have are some leftover halloumi and pesto, tomatoes, red paprika, olives and celeriac.
Two summerly fresh, sweet and very simply salads made of melons.
The first thing I say to myself in the morning is: “What shall I make for dinner today?” This morning the brilliant result of my thinking was “Chicken breasts and risotto with spinach and turmeric”.
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.
Sollel 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.