Microwave Rømmegrøt ~ Norwegian Pudding

Microwave Rommegrot

Rømmegrøt, also known as rømmegraut, is a Norwegian porridge made with sour cream, milk, flour, butter, and salt with butter and cinnamon sugar sprinkled on top. Traditionally, rømmegrøt is a delicacy prepared for special occasions. Since Rømmegrøt is thick and sweet, it is served in small portions. Since I was only making one serving, I […]

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Caramelized Potatoes ~ How to make Karamelliseret Kartofler

Danish Karamelliseret Kartofler

Caramelized Potatoes, a typical Danish Christmas classic, is a wonderful twist to the regular potato wedges made by cooking potato wedges in caramelized sugar and butter sauce. The salty sweet wedges with the caramel taste so heavenly. This week, its all about Scandinavian Cuisines, where the focus is on Denmark, Norway and Sweden. I have […]

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Yeasted Chocolate Babka from Poland

Chocolate Babka from Poland is my choice for Y. I have been wanting to bake chocolate babka for a long time now and since picking up bread as my theme, I had this on the list. However the theme got changed so many times and when I thought of Y, I made it Yeasted Chocolate […]

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Weihnachtsstollen from Germany | Dresden Christmas Loaf

Stollen is a traditional German fruit bread, usually eaten during the Christmas season, when it is called as Weihnachtsstollen (after “Weihnachten”, the German word for Christmas) or Christstollen (after Christ)- Wiki. When I picked up this dish, it didn’t strike me the incident I had with this Stollen many years ago! The main identifying factor […]

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Russian Rose Bread | Cinnamon Wreath from Russia

Russian Rose Bread ended up being my bread for R when I had originally baked it for K as in Kringle. It was only when I was working on the pictures and trying to write the intro, I realized that the Kringle is more famously referred as Estonian Kringle. So I decided I could keep […]

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Ischler Cookies are from Austria

Ischler Cookies are from Austria that originally consisted of two Linzer cookies stuffed with an apricot glaze and chocolate ganache. The Hungarian version has the same but fully covered with melted chocolate. Since these cookies have chocolate ganache and covered with it, they have a sourish jam added. These are also referred as The Emperor […]

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How to make Cheeslings ~ Easy Festival Recipe

For the second day of BM#46, under Festival Dishes, I decided to make Cheesling. I read that these Cheeslings are made during Christmas time. If you must ask me, I would say these can be made anytime, they are so addictive and melt in the mouth types. Of course I was doing a quick batch […]

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Dark Chocolate Walnut Fudge 2 ~ Christmas Special Recipes

Can’t believe we are starting the final week of the BM# 46, but then we are here already! I will be making Christmas special dishes. Festival season is not complete without chocolates, so it was Chocolate fudge that I made. Yea I know you must be wondering how many versions I will be making. I […]

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