I found this recipe from blog of Olga. It sounded and seemed so interesting and I decided to try this and share with you. Please visit Olga blog, you can find more very interesting recipes.
This recipe is suitable for all people who do not like or have not time or skills to use and prepare yeast dough. Very easy to prepare.
I used turnip and horseradish filling. But you free to change it, of course. I would suggest for example carrot filling. Find recipe from my blog.
Continue reading “Yeast Free Kefir Hand Pies with Turnip and Horseradish by Olga. Olga pärmivabad kaalika ja mädarõikapirukad.”
One of the oldest grain cereals in Estonia was barley
Barley was the mundane and the ordinary food, and belonged on the table for common people. The oldest data of barley growing in Estonia dates back to the beginning of the first millennium BC.
Barley Flour Mousse is light and delicious dessert. Using cranberry juice you get pink and fluffy and using apple juice very light mousse.
If Barley Cream seems to you too exotic, cook Semolina Cream. look at for recipe
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Honey cake is known and famous in the many countries. Estonian honey cake is simple. Sweetness of honey is balanced with sour cream.
This time I did this cake in little bit different way. With vertical layers.
Trust me : It is much simpler to make than you might think. I won’t tell if you don’t 😉 It sounds and seems complicated and difficult, but in real it is simple. Read this recipe, understand what to do and this is very simple ! 🙂
Continue reading “Vertical Layer Honey Cake. Meekook”
Delicious Cottage cheese and white chocolate cranberry cake with twist.
This is cake with vertical layers.
Trust me : It is much simpler to make than you might think. I won’t tell if you don’t 😉
I made biscuit/sponge dough, because I love this. But you can replace it with butter dough. Find recipe. Butter dough is more firm and you get little bit better layers.
My cake is juicy and because of chocolate is very sweet. Usually I do not eat and like very sweet food. So, I added cranberry jam to balance sweetness. Cottage cheese gives texture and little saltness to complement all this sweet taste.
Did you know:
A common tradition on New Year’s Eve is “õnne valamine” or the ‘pouring of luck’. Lead is melted over a stove in a metal ladle and then poured quickly, or slowly into ice-cold water. What appears are interesting lead figures, which can then tell you your fortune for the upcoming year.
Continue reading “The Vertical Layer Cake with Cottage Cheese Chocolate Cream and Cranberry Filling. Kodujuustu- valge šokolaadi jõhvikakook”
Hazelnut and Chocolate Cake.
A delicious and very sweet old school real food cake
This cake from an era, when people ate sugar nad butter and flour… Very sweet, very rich. Butter cream and chocolate and lot of crunchy nuts.
This is a cake from my childhood . The cake from time when calories were burned playing in the yard. But still. This simple and rich cake was my favourite at this time and now, as well.
Well, now I just use less sugar and more cacao :)….
Continue reading “Hazelnut and Chocolate Cake. Kakaokook pähklitega”
Estonians eat too much.
Specially during Christmas time.
Look at Estonian Christmas dishes
Estonian Christmas dishes – pork, sauerkraut, mushrooms, salads… are very nourish and feeding. So, usually there are not too much space in the stomach for dessert … 🙂
Jelly is the perfect and best Christmas dessert. Light and beautiful.
Christmas colours 🙂
Notice: kefir and cherries are both little bit sour. So, taste and add as much sugar you like.
Continue reading “Kefir and Cherry Jelly. Keefiri-kirsitarretis”
Have I said that I just love gingerbread.
The real and my favourite gingerbread is very thin and crispy. Look at for recipe here.
But sometimes you want some change and something different.
Soft gingerbread cake has all best features of gingerbread: flavour, smell, aroma, seasons… but soft.
Juicy and fruity cowberry- apple sauce complements very well gingerbread flavour and reduce sweetness ( and makes it healthier dessert :))
Continue reading “Soft Gingerbread Cake. Pehme plaadipiparkook”
Halva has nothing to do with Estonia. But I love halva.
This cake is a real fusion. Mix of Estonian traditional quark and eastern halva.
A delicious sweet and sour and juicy apple filling, complemented by Eastern flavours of halva, makes together for an amazing cake.
This cake is an eggfree.
In case you have not quark, use ricotta or mascarpone or cream cheese. But to get orignal and the best result prepare quark by yourself.
You can not imagine how simple it is !
Continue reading “Apple Cake with Halva. Halvaaga õunakook”
This recipe I found on my mother-in law recipe book. I do not know Anne, She was probably friend of my mother in law.
But I can tell you, Anne can bake. And definitely Anne was lady from era, when butter, sugar and flour were allowed…:)
Most complicated part is to form pretzels.
And to be true. Pretzels look like funny and fancy. But you can just use teaspoon and make simple cookies 🙂
I drink tea without sugar and for me this was perfect combination. Little bit bitter tea and sweet cookies.
Continue reading “Tea Pretzels by Anne. Anne Teekringlid”