Buttery, sugary and crispy puff pastry twists, are quite irresistible. At the same time, they are very quick and easy to make, and require only few ingredients. Continue reading “Spiced Sugar Puff Pastry Twists, with Spiced Whipped Cream”
Pairing chicken and lemon is one of my favorite combinations, and I’m always looking for new ways of using both together. This time, I had a creamy chicken dish in mind – one that would be cooked fairly quickly, and served over pasta.
Noticing I somehow accumulated quite a few small quantities of different dried fruit, I decided the best way to use them was in a cake. Continue reading “Dried Fruit and Ginger Heavy Cream Cake”
Reading about Posset – a lemony dessert that is prepared with only three ingredients – I got very curious, and decided to find out more about it. I’ve discovered that there were many versions for this dessert, and that it also had quite an interesting history. Continue reading “Lemon and Lavender Posset”
Over the last few years, I’ve seen quite a lot of recipes for no-churn ice cream. I got curious, but still postponed trying them.
While making a batch of my homemade Marzipan (click HERE for the recipe), I kept a bit on the side, planning to find a recipe to use it with. Then the idea of incorporating it with ice cream came to mind, and soon after I was checking these recipes again. Continue reading “No Churn Vanilla and Marzipan Ice Cream”
Tres leches (i.e. three types of milk) cake, is one of my favorite desserts to order, whenever I go to a Mexican restaurant. The spongy cake is oozing with a tasty milk syrup, and topped with whipped vanilla cream. Granted, it is sweeter than most cakes I’m usually making, but it is also very delicious and irresistible. So far, I was happy enough with only ordering it when at the restaurant, and didn’t make it at home. But with limited restaurant experiences lately, things changed, and I was looking for an authentic recipe, in order to make it at home. When I saw the detailed recipe for it on a blog I follow, Irene’s “My slice of Mexico”, I knew it was the one to try first. Continue reading “Tres Leches Cake”
The following tasty white chocolate and coffee mousse, has only three ingredients in it, and is very easy to prepare. Continue reading “White chocolate and Coffee Mousse”
Eton Mess is a simple British dessert, made with three ingredients: strawberries, whipped cream and meringue cookies. Over the years, many variations were created for this tasty dessert, all based on the same ingredients. Continue reading “Eton Mess with Spiced Red Wine Syrup”