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Oven baked celeriac with garlic butter and parmesan..!
 

If you haven't tested this then you have to do it now!

How a root vegetable such as celeriac that when not cooked can smell a little bit off, be rock hard and, if we are to be honest, doesn't look so incredibly appetizing, after cooking can turn into something absolutely wonderful!
It is a fantastic discovery for me.

I absolutely love this recipe and have done it several hundred times at everything from events to food gatherings and dinners at home with friends.
And completely vegetarian as well for those who like that! So amazing! :)

Try this super easy recipe! You won’t regret it!

PURCHASE LIST for approx. 4 people:

  • 1 Celeriac

  • 3 Garlic cloves

  • 1 Heavy knob of butter (approx. 100 grams)

  • 1 Pot of fresh dragon

  • 1 "Cake slice" parmesan

RECIPE:

  • Set your oven to 180°C (Convection oven! Add 20°C if conventional oven).

  • Cut off the skin of the celeriac and wrap it in an aluminum foil package together with a spoon of the butter (about 2 tablespoons)

  • Put the package in the oven and bake for approx. 60 - 90 minutes or until the inner temperature of the celeriac reaches 98°C.

  • While that is in the oven, melt the butter in a saucepan and add finely chopped garlic and leave to simmer for approx. 5 minutes on low heat.

  • Pick the leaves from the tarragon and chop it, then add to the butter.

  • Remove the celeriac from the oven and carefully open the package, allow to steam for approx. 2 minutes.

  • Lift up the celeriac from the package and cut it into optional shape on a cutting board and serve with your butter and lots of grated parmesan!

  • Bon appétit!


Har ni inte testat detta så måste ni göra det nu!

Hur en rotfrukt såsom rotselleri som när den inte är tillagad kan lukta lite fränt, vara stenhård och, om vi ska vara ärliga, inte ser så otroligt aptitlig ut, efter tillagning kan förvandlas till något helt underbart! Det är för mig en fantastisk upptäckt.

Jag absolut älskar detta receptet och har gjort det flera hundra gånger på allt från events till plockmat och middagar hemma med vänner.
Och helt vegetarisk dessutom för de som gillar sånt! Hur bra som helst! :)

Testa detta enkla receptet! Ni kommer inte ångra er!

INKÖPSLISTA för ca. 4 personer:

  • 1 Rotselleri

  • 3 Vitlöksklyftor

  • 1 Rejäl klick smör (ca. 100 gram)

  • 1 Kruka färsk dragon

  • 1 “Tårtbit“ parmesan

RECEPT:

  • Sätt ugnen på 180°C (Varmluft! Lägg till 20°C om konventionell ugn).

  • Skär bort skalet på rotsellerin och svep in den i ett aluminiumfolie-paket tillsammans med en sked av smöret (ca. 2 matskedar)

  • Ställ in paketet i ugnen och baka i ca. 60 - 90 minuter eller tills innertemperaturen av rotsellerin nått 98°C.

  • Medan det står i ugnen smälter du smör i en kastrull och tillsätter finhackad vitlök och låt stå för att sjuda i ca. 5 minuter på låg värme.

  • Plocka bladen från dragonen och hacka ner, tillsätt till smöret.

  • Ta ut rotsellerin ur ugnen och öppna försiktigt paketet, låt ånga av i ca. 2 minuter.

  • Luft upp rotsellerin ur paketet och skär upp i valfri form på en skärbräda och servera med ditt smör samt massor med riven parmesan!

  • Bon appétit!

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Grandma Lilly's recipes - Pancakes

Baking pancakes

Basic recipe: Pancakes/Small pancakes (In Swedish, "plättar") For approx. 4 people 3 eggs 6 dl milk 2 & 1/2 dl flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons liquid margarine

  • Whisk together the eggs with half of the milk
  • Add the flour and mix to a lump-free batter
  • Beat in the remaining milk and salt
  • Beat the margarine in to the batter (By doing this you do not need to use extra fat in the pan when frying)
  • Pour a little at a time when the roasting iron is hot
Sigdal Bakeri

Actually, I'm not such a huge fan of crispbread, or rather, I'm quite picky when it comes to this. We only have one kind of crisp bread at our home. This after trying through virtually every single kind found at the grocery store, haha.

But suddenly it happens! I recently got the chance to try two different crispbreads from the Norwegian bakery Sigdal Bakeri located in the small town of Prestfoss in Norway. And their crispbreads was great!

 

 

 

 

 

Herbs & Sea Salt: Clear taste from herbs such as rosemary and thyme as well as just a lot of sea salt that only accompanies and enhances the flavors and the whole.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oats: Sweet in the taste with tones of hot honey and hay. Just as crunchy as you want it. Incredibly good together with avocado and a glass of pomegranate juice

 

 

 

 

 

Which was the best then?

- Clearly Oats, these would be good to have everything from a cheese tray to a musical soup a bill Swedish summer day!

They sell their stuff here in Sweden as well, so swing by your nearest grocery store and try them out for yourself!

Sigdal

 

This was sent to me from P. PR & Communications as they wanted me to try these and give my review of them. And I can promise you that if I hadn't liked one of them or even neither of them, I would have said that. I am so incredibly thankful that I get to do these things that I just can't find words for it. Thank you to everybody who are making this possible for me. 

I will forever be genuine and true in my statements and reviews.

World Meat Free Day

Most of you who know me know that I could never ever become a vegetarian, even less a vegan. But! Nor am I not the one who does not respect those who chose to live that way, and neither am I unwise to not think that it would be much better if many people reduced their meat consumption. There are also many places on earth where the animals are even treated extremly badly in connection with the process of making food, which is really not okay. Everything related to meat production should be done in a humane and correct manner. Everything else is totally unacceptable.

That's why it's good to have these kinds of days! Because today it is World Meat Free Day.

On this one day the whole world's population is encouraged to not eat any meat at all throughout the whole day. And this I think that we all can stand behind right?

Follow the link below to read more and get involved! www.worldmeatfreeday.com

 

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