Author: Mr Lindh

Corn pancakes

I have always loved corn. I like it with just butter and salt. I remember when I was visiting Munnar in India and we walked on a road there in Himalayas and these old woman were selling roasted corn next to the road. They had a small fire where they […]

Karelian pies (Karjalanpirakka)

Karelian pies or Karjalanpiirakka as we call it here is probably the most traditional and typical Finnish food you can find. They are eaten in some parts of Russia and Estonia also, but they originate from Finland. They are very easy to make. If you have some leftover rice porridge […]

Hummingbird Bundt Cake

Today when I walked in the store I suddenly got a big craving for cake, well….it’s not the first time 😀 I never say no to cake. And when I get these cravings I want it to go fast. So no complicated baking. I started remembering a Cake I used […]

Chicken Plov – Ukrainian style

One of the countries that lies close to my heart is Ukraine. I have a very close friend in Lviv that I always visit when I can. So far I think I have 9 Ukrainian stamps in my passport. When I visit Ukraine then I love going to restaurants that […]

Crumpets

When I visited England for the first time last, I got to taste crumpets. I had heard of it before, but never tasted them. You heat them in the toaster and eat them with butter. They also go very well with jams or nutella. The story behind the crumpets is […]

Szarlotka – Polish applecake

5 egg yolks6 dl wheat flower3 tabelspoon sugar1,5 teaspoon bakpulver250 g butter Filling: 1 kg apples2 tsk cinnamon 5 egg whitesa pinch of salt2 dl sugar1 tablespoon lemon juice1 bag of vanilla custard powder Preperation: Preheat the oven to 175 degrees celcius. Prepare the crust by cutting refrigerator-cold butter into […]