At the moment I am doing an internship at a local hospital. For breakfast I had semolina pudding with mixed berries and a banana. At lunch time i had the leftovers from last evening. It included a slice of beef, potato gratin, krouts and carottes. I was really enjoyable which may also be due to the fact that I love beef.
Well, no recipe today because I bought this Maultaschen. They are some kind of swabian ravioli stuffed with meat and veggies. Buerger is the producer. I cooked them, sliced and fried them with some butter. One of my favourite dishes !(Well, actually I like many kinds of food :))
I was on vacation over the weekend. In order to that I didn't manage to post some of photos of the delicious pasta meal I made for wednesday. It was hungarian gulasch with homemade pasta. My first pasta ever which turned out well. But the meat was way better.
For the gulasch(four people): - 600g beef - 350g onions - oil - pepperspice - 1/4 - 1/8 l of red wine - 300g canned tomatoes - 2 garlic cloves
Cut the beef into small cubes and slice the onions. Roast the meat with some oil for about 5 minutes under high heat. Start to roast the onions with some butter gently in another pan. When the beef gets brown mix with the onions. Deglaze it with most of the red wine. Add shreddderd garlic, the pepperspice and the canned tomatoes. Let it stew under a lit for about one hour. Season with salt, pepper and the rest of the red wine.
Tagliatelle: - 300g flour - 3 eggs - a little salt
Put the flour on the kitchen table. Make a corrie into it and fill in the eggs + salt. First you mix it together with a fork and continue with your hands. When the dough turns out to be elastic let it rest for a quarter of an hour. Roll out the dough as thin as possible. Now roll the dough together ( in the form of a coil). Cut off stripes with a width of about 1 cm. Cook in boiling water until the tagliatelle rise to the top.
In the past time I felt urged to bake some muffins again. The recipe I chose was with almond and I decided to add some cherries which turned out well. The fresh muffins were really yummie but not too sweet and quite filling .
240 g flour 2 TL stoving powder 1/2 TL salt 100g almonds, grounded 2 eggs 100g sugar 125ml oel 100ml milk 1 glass of cherries, dripped off
In one bowl you mix together all dry ingredients and in another all liquid ones. Now you scramble everything together and place the dough in 12 muffin forms. Let it bake in the oven at ca. 200° for about 20 minutes.
I don't think I will wright about breakfast frequently. I have a daily routine which is mainly based on oats/muesli, fruits and milk. Today I had chocolate oats from Koelln, banana and milk which I really enjoyed .