For many people Sunday morning is the day where you have a really scrumptious and delicious breakfast. There are many choices for delicious breakfast foods. Bacon, eggs, baked beans, cereals, yoghurt, waffles, cheese, bread, fruit, juices, cold cuts, but the best of all, in my humble opinion is the fluffy American pancake. This is my recipe for sourdough pancakes.
Pancakes are wonderful. Fluffy on the inside, brown and caramelized on the outside. They are by themselves not very sweet and pair well with something sweet, something meaty and something salty making them possibly the greatest breakfast ever invented.
You have guests coming over for coffee. What are you going to serve? You’ve already made the triple chocolate brownies and the orange and poppy seed bundt. It should be something that’s both delicious and it should be made for sharing. Here I come for the rescue. This is my recipe for sourdough pull-apart monkey bread.
Monkey bread is an American breakfast or dessert consisting of individual dough pieces covered in butter and cinnamon. Baked together so that the pieces are easy to pull off and eaten like a monkey, you know, with your hands.
Many people are intimidated by sourdough bread. They say it’s very difficult and very time consuming. While the time consuming part can only be changed a bit, it’s very easy to remove the agitation component of sourdough baking. I will show you how you can make a super easy, but still awesome sourdough bread. This is my recipe for no knead sourdough bread.
People have many different ways of making sourdough bread, and it seems that once you’ve found a way that actually gives good results, you stick with that method from there on out.
The fact is that all of them can give you awesome artisan sourdough bread. Even no knead. Read on.
Christmas is just around the corner. Every country, town and family have their own traditions. In Denmark we have many traditions and we do seem to agree on what cookies we like to eat for Christmas. Brunkager, klejner and vaniljekranse are the most popular cookies for Christmas. These are my recipes for the most popular Danish Christmas cookies.
I recently covered a German Christmas tradition, but this time the time has come to my native Denmark.
We have many different cookies we make for Christmas, but these three: brunkager, klejner and vanilljekranse are the most popular and beloved ones.
It’s the month of Christmas and it’s cold and dark outside. You sit inside in your cozy, warm house with the lights on and the candles lit. The kettle is on for your favorite cup of tea or a nice fragrant cup of coffee. You cut a piece of stollen and life is good. This is my recipe for sourdough stollen.
Stollen is a German Christmas treat also known as Christstollen or Weihnachtsstollen. It’s gained popularity outside of the German speaking countries over the last 30 years, especially in the United Kingdom.