Pie – very meditative
June 3rd, 2018 | main dishes
Blue cheese, spinach and pasta – a wonderful combination. In this case also visually a real highlight. By the way: laying macaroni in spirals has something meditative…
Granted, whenever I saw photos of such macaroni-layer pies, I thought, “Nah, I’m sure I have nothing else to do …” Besides, I was not sure if the result of this Sisyphean work was really visually appealing or if the cake falls into pieces after cutting – and you have a noodle pan on the plate, so to speak.
I can assure you, this recipe works great, not only looks good, but above all, it tastes very good! The meditative spiraling is worthwhile!
Macaroni and spinach pie
(4-6 portions – Attention: dough should be chilled for 60 minutes)
Leave me a message
Finally it’s pre-Christmas season again: Vanilla Crescents
A German classic among the Christmas cookies. Vanilla crescents is a must on every plate of Christmas goodies. The crescents taste even better with homemade vanilla sugar. And it’s easy!read more
Red cabbage as a winter stock
Red cabbage is certainly one of the classics among the autumnal-wintery vegetables in our German cuisine and I can’t imagine roast goose, game or roulades without it. In this post, I’ll tell you my recipe and how to stock up for the whole winter. Cook once, serve red cabbage six times – and that’s easy.read more
Thai Chicken with Coriander and Thai Basil
This dish is prepared in no time, but you need a meat grinder to freshly mince the chicken breast fillet. My good old Kitchen Aid always serves me well. The Thai Chicken dish is a delicious, light meal seasoned in a well-balanced way.read more