Tag Archive: garlic

Kebab sauce.

In Sweden we call this kebab sauce, we have a lot of restaurants serving grilled sliced meat with Kebab sauce. This homemade is so much healthier, tastier and done just in a couple… Continue reading

Langoustines covered with tasty fillings.

A mix of: butter, crushed garlic, chives, a dash of lime, salt and pepper. Another mix of: sour cream, a strong grated cheese (Västerbotten), chopped red onion, salt and pepper. Langostine from the North… Continue reading

Chicken/bacon in curry.

Fried bacon. Left on paper towels. In butter, fried crushed garlic, curry powder and red curry paste. add heavy cream and sour cream heat through and add (leftover) cooked chicken. As side I… Continue reading

Fillet of pork with blue cheese sauce.

Yesterday I took out a piece pork of filet from the freezer. (The original recipe in swedish) In a plastic bag I poured: 2 Tbsp thyme (as we had no real winter yet… Continue reading

Fancy spiced butter on hand in the freezer.

  Soften butter in the micro. This time I spiced it with a couple of crushed garlic cloves, a dash of  pepper and salt.   Put it in a “cookie sprits”  (Is that… Continue reading

The best sauce to go with pork!

I found the recipe at Ragnarssons  in swedish . We are no fan of rose’ pepper so there was no to be found in this house…I subbed it with black pepper. To the… Continue reading

Ranch dressing.

Our daughter loved ranch dressing when we lived in the US. Hard to find in Sweden! We once tried Starbucks who have restaurants downtown, daughter ordered as she did in the US, looking… Continue reading

Grilled sirloin steak with garlic butter and a salad.

  A nearby farm, Björlanda gård, raise Highland cattle. All grass feed on the farm.         Good meat like this do not need much… I just put on salt and… Continue reading

What I keep in stock. (Post requested by a son that moved away from home!)

Natural, healthy fat! As we live in Sweden we should use mostly butter that we can produce close! Olive oil, I use in dressings. Coconut oil, super healthy but from very far away!… Continue reading

Ham and bacon gratin.

In Swedish: “Rättika” translated to english I can only find “black radish” As you can se they are white! I do not think I have ever used these before but they turned out… Continue reading

Gulash, very satisfying winter food.

For 6 servings: I fried about 2 lb (700 gr) small pieces off beef in butter in 4 batches. Salt and black pepper. Cleaned the pan with 1/2 cup of water after every… Continue reading

Creamy chicken masala soup.

Heat: 1 Tbsp each butter and coconut oil with garlic and spices (I used a chicken masala powder I had at home, another time I might use any kind of curry) Add cubes… Continue reading

Chicken Curry with cauliflower.

In a pan: 3 Tbs butter, 1 Tbs curry powder, 4 crushed cloves of garlic and just a pinch of red curry paste. About 1 1/2 lb chicken in cubes. Heat the butter… Continue reading

Egg plant curry (Baingan Bhurta) with parmesan chips.

I started with this recipe As we do not eat rice or bread I decided to make like a snack plate, used the curry as a dip. Added sour cream, celery, cucumber and… Continue reading

Chicken masala.

My husband traveled to India and brought some nice spices back home!   Melt 3 Tbsp butter, add 2 cloves of garlic and the spices. Add 1 lb chicken, until nice color, add… Continue reading

“Pizza” topped with shrimps.

Had to try this recipe again, this time with shrimps on top! 3 Tbsp olive oil, 4 crushed cloves of garlic, 2 tsp curry powder, 1/2 tsp red curry paste. Heat until garlic… Continue reading

Spinach soup with eggs and cheese.

Melt 3 Tbs butter. Add 2 cloves of crushed garlic, fry easy (burns fast) Add about 1 lb  (500 gr) frozen spinach, stir to taw. Add 1 cube (10 gr) vegetable  bullion. Diluite… Continue reading

Grilled steak with garlic butter and zucchini salad.

Zucchini salad. Garlic butter: soften butter in the micro, add crushed garlic and salt as you like.

Grilled chicken with zucchini salad.

Put chicken tenders (frozen or fresh)  in a bowl that has a lid ( like a Tupperware) I do not mesure this! You know if you like ginger and garlic or not! Grate… Continue reading