Vegetable Soup. Village Soup. Külasupp
This is easy and delicious vegetable soup.
Vegetable Soup. Village Soup. Külasupp.
A tasty vegetable soup, easy to cook
Ingredients ca 0,5 glass groats. If using natural groats, let them at least 1 hour to swell 1 onion 1 carrot 2 potatoes 1 turnip smoked ribs or ham 1 tablespoon butter salt, pepper, bay leaf Continue reading
“Vegetable Soup. Village Soup. Külasupp.”
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Christmas and holidays are over, and at least I have still too much
Lets make one cake.
– ca 200 g gingerbreads
– 250 g quark
– 200 g sour cream
– 75 g butter, melted
– ca 0,5 litre berries. If frozen, mix berries with starch
– 2 eggs
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Rolled Cake. Rullbiskviit
One of my favourite cake. For better result use free range yellow eggs.
Rolled Cake. Rullbikviit
A light and delicious cake
Ingredients 5 eggs 5 tablespoon sugar 5 tablespoon flour ca 300 g jam
Directions Whip eggs in mixer with sugar ca 10 minute, while you get bright and light egg foam preheat oven to 180 C Sift flour in to egg mix and stir carefully Pour dough in to baking paper lined oven tray Bake ca 10 minute 180 C. While biscuit is baking, prepare Put on the table “baking tray sized” baking paper and sprinkle with the sugar Take biscuit from oven and turn it back, biscuit side next to the sugar. Remove carefully baking paper from biscuit and spread quickly with jam Roll cake and serve.
As You probably know, Estonians are the least religious nation.
The Estonian word (Christmas) is of ancient Scandinavian origin and comes directly from the word jõulud which means “cycle”, and has no real connection with Christianity. Jul/ Hjul
Roasted Pork with Sauerkraut. Sealiha hapukapsaga
In 22th of December the Sun rises in Estonia at 9. 17 a clock and sets at 15.22. So, we do not need any fairy tales. We have very practical reason to celebrate 🙂
Jõulud as the winter solstice , when the day is the shortest and the night the longest, is celebrated between December 21 and 25. According to folk-tradition, “the sun was laying in the nest” and the day was celebrated as the Sun’s birthday. From that day on, the Sun started to rise and move slowly to the north again.
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This is weekend food for lazy people 🙂
Duck Legs with Cranberries
A delicious slow cooking food for weekend.
Ingredients 4 duck legs 3 cloves garlic, sliced 3-4 bay leaf ca 100 g cranberries, slovenly crushed salt, pepper
Duck Legs with Cranberries
Directions Rub the duck legs with garlic, cranberries and bay leaf. And leave set for overnight ( in fridge) Preheat oven up to a maximum ( 220 C) Season duck with pepper and salt Cover oven pot with lid and reduce heat up to 165 Cook 3 hours.
Duck Legs With Cranberries
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Bubert is a strange Estonian dessert because of its name. As it starts with the letter ”B” it must be a foreign originated word.As far as I know Bubert is mostly known in Latvia and Germany.
Bubert. Semolina Dessert
A light semolina dessert Bubert
Ingredients 0,5 litre milk 2 tablespoon semolina 2 eggs sugar, vanilla Continue reading
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Pumpkin Salad is mandatory salad on Estonian Christmas table. Together with Cowberry- Apple salad, Black Pudding and Roast Pork.
My salad is not very sweet. I like more sweet and sour.
Pumpkin Salad is mandatory salad on Estonian Christmas table.
Ingredients One 0,5 litre jar 300 g pumpkin, chopped in to small cubes 1,5 glass of water 0,5 glass of sugar 2 cloves 2 spice
1,5 tablespoon 30% food vinegar
Directions Put all ingredients- excluded vinegar,in to the pot, bring to boil.
2.Decrease heat and let simmer, while pumpkin is ready. Add vinegar. Pour in to the clean jar, and close airtight.
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