usually this includes a lot of additional eggs, sugar and butter but no flour - which makes it good as well but somewhat richer. i changed the recipe as i could not be bothered to whip the egg whites and care for the batter to cool down in order to add the yolks. so i went for a little four instead and gave it a try. what a treat! i love it! it is just too easy to be good :-) enjoy with vanilla icecream. note: you can use any chocolate you like but i recomend good quality chocolate with at leat 60% cacao.
#15-minutes-or-less #Time-to-make #Course #Cuisine #Preparation #For-1-or-2 #5-ingredients-or-less #Cupcakes #Desserts #Scandinavian #Easy #European #Beginner-cook #Cakes #Swedish #Dietary #Low-sodium #Inexpensive #Low-in-something #Number-of-servings #3-steps-or-less
a very traditional and extremely delicious austro-hungarian dessert, that goes back quite some time. as i couldn't find it on food.com i decided to post my version in here. i hope you'll enjoy it! if you can't get hold of curd you might as well use ric
i know there are a lot of baked spaghetti recipes on zaar, but this is one my sister and i came up with for our group study, and it was so good, i wanted to keep the recipe here. it makes a lot, but freezes well. you can also make it the night before an
in traditional bread bakeries in rural italy, bread for a new day is started with a bit of unsalted starter taken from yesterday's bread making. the starter is known as "biga", pronounced bee-ga. no new dry, cake or wild yeast is added, just a cup or so o
Follow the food story Find cooking methods, recipes, tastings and everything about food here.