Friday 27 August 2010

Walnut schnecken

I found recipe for schnecken in "How to be a domestic goddess" by Nigella Lawson. I have changed ingredients for filling. I love eat schnecken for the evening snack with hot chocolate.

Tuesday 24 August 2010

"Ewunia Torte" (Torte with chocolate, halva and meringue filling)

This is expensive and hard cake to make. You will need to be patient and reserve half a day in kitchen. But trust me...taste of this torte is worth every money!

Pierogi with blueberries (Polish dumplings)

My best Summer dinner! There is nothing better than fresh pierogi with blueberries. Sweet temptation!

Sunday 15 August 2010

Vanilla sugar

Why not to make your own vanilla sugar. Perfect for desserts, milk, cakes, It is absolutely easy recipe.

1 Vanilla Pod (cut it little bit)
Caster sugar (amount depends from size of jar)

Put vanilla and sugar to jar. Keep it close for one week. Shake it once a day.

Oil full of herbs and chillies flavour.

This is my second idea for different oil. Beautiful herbs flavour with spicy taste. If you are looking for garlic oil, you will find it here

3 Bird Eye Chillies (red will look so pretty)
extra virgin olive oil (my favourite is Flippo Berio)
fresh sweet basil leafs
fresh coriander 

1. Prepare bottle.
2. Clean chillies (use gloves!!!). Each chilly cut little bit (it will helps get better flavour).
3. Wash herbs.
4. Put herbs and chillies to bottle and pour oil to it.
5. Keep oil in the dark place (for example cupboard). Everyday shake bottle.
6. After one week oil will be ready.

Garlic oil

I love olive oil. I am using it very often in my kitchen. Today I would like to present my garlic taste oil. It is so simple to do it. It will give you lovely garlic aroma in your pastas or salads.

1 garlic
extra virgin olive oil (my favourite is Flippo Berio)

1. Prepare bottle.
2. Clean garlic. Each cloves cut little bit (it will helps get better flavour).
3. Put garlic to bottle and pour oil to it.
4. Keep oil in the dark place (for example cupboard). Everyday shake bottle.
5. After one week oil will be ready.

Saturday 3 July 2010

Simple smoothie

It is so hot outside. My favourite cold drink is smoothie :). Yummy!


500 gram Frozen fruits
0.5 liter Milk
Ice cubes

Blend all ingredients. You can decorate with mint :). 

Thursday 24 June 2010

Monday 21 June 2010


I love vegetables. Green beans are great source of vitamins: K, C, A and manganese. This dinner is quite common in Poland. You can serve it with potatoes and roast meat.  

500G of green beans
3 tablespoons of bread crumbs
Grease (for example: butter, oil or margarine)

1. Wash green beans. Cook vegetables with smaller 1 tablespoon of salt (you can use it less or more salt)

2. Cook beans for about 30 minutes. Ready ones are soft. 
3. Strain water.
4. Move beans to fry pan. 
5. Add bread crumbs and butter. Mix ingredients. 

6. Fry until bread crumbs will be golden-brown. 
7. Serve hot. 

Bon Apetite!

Wednesday 9 June 2010

Brutti ma buoni

I have got idea to make brutti ma buoni from Emilio Cugnetto. I have little bit changed his recipe.
Brutti ma buoni means "Ugly but good". In my opinion those cookies are adorable! I love their taste. Very good to eat them with cafe latte or cappucino.


250 gram. of walnuts
200 gram. of any of your favourite nuts (for example hazelnuts, pistachios)
1 cup of icing sugar
5 eggs whites (room temperature)
4 tablespoons of sifted flour
1 teaspoon of vanilla esence.

1. Preheat oven to 170 Celsius degrees
2. Whisk egg whites for about few minutes. When you see they are start look like foam add sugar.
3. Whisk for about 6 minutes on medium speed.
4. When eggs whites change consistency to silky, smooth they are ready.

5. Use spoon and gently mix nuts, flour and vanilla extract with batter.

6. Grease baking pan and sprinkle it with flour or bread crumbs.
7. Drop batter from a rounded teaspoon. Live space between cookies.

8. Bake for about 25 minutes until golden colour.
9. They crush easily so be very careful with brutti ma buoni.

Bon Apetite!

Tuesday 1 June 2010

Fast and easy cinnamon-chocolate muffins

I love muffins! My offer for today are cinnamon-chocolate so simple to make muffins. 
Enjoy this great taste! 

Monday 31 May 2010

Walnut cake

My most delicious cake. Adored by everyone who tries it at least once.

Interesting fact: in this cake there is not even a gram of flour!

This cake I am making for Christmas. Aroma of nuts is so lovely!

Sunday 30 May 2010

Korean pancake with brown sugar and walnut syrup

I love Korea! I have been looking for easy recipe for korean sweets. Hoddeok is one of them. You might eat it with nutella, chesse filings or you can make it in traditional way. 
This recipe is for 8 hoddeoks.

What you need:

1 cup warm milk or water 
2 teaspoons of dry yeast 
pinch of salt 
1 tablespoon of oil
2 tablespoons of sugar
2 cups of flour

For filling:

Half cup of brown sugar 
3 tablespoons of ground walnuts 
1 teaspoon of cinnamon


1. Mix together: milk (or water), yeast, sugar, salt and oil 
2. Add the flour. Combine the ingredients with spoon. 
3. Cover bowl with foil and leave for about an hour to rise.

4. After one hour knead the dough to remove air bubbles. Again, cover the bowl with foil and leave it for another 10-20 minutes 
5. Mix all the syrup ingredients.

6. On pastry board sprinkle flour (about a half cup of flour). Lightly knead the dough. Divide the dough into 8 parts.

7. From every part create a ball. Flattened it and put syrup in the middle. Yeast dough dries quickly, so it is a good idea to cover those parts of the dough with foil, which are waiting for their turn.

8. Stick dough edges like the dumpling or doughnut. 
9. Warm up the oil in the pan. Put the ball at its center.

10. Fry in medium heat for about 30 seconds. Then turn ball to the other side and spread it to has size as CD. Fry in this position about 1 minute.

11. Again turn over pancake and fry for about 1 minute.

12. Again turn over a pancake and fry, but now at a very low heat. You can cover the pan lid 
13. After about a minute hoddeok will be ready. 
14. Serve hot!

Bon Appetit

Sponge cake with whipped cream and strawberries.

Tuesday 9 February 2010

Sunday 24 January 2010

Polish style croquettes with ham (or chicken), cheese and parsley

photo taken in 2013

This is traditional meal in my family. We absolutely love it! It takes long time to prepare it, but trust me - it's worth your time!