The latest recipes
The imminent joy of Christmas makes us get creative in the kitchen! I experimented in my kitchen and conjured up a dreamy \Nutella Christmas tree\. This sweet treat is not only a hit with the little ones, but also with the grown-ups. It's easy to make, looks fantastic and tastes heavenly!
Graved salmon is one of my absolute favorite dishes and I have prepared it many times for friends and family. This recipe of mine is the result of much experimentation and adaptation. The amazing thing is that it is so incredibly easy to make, yet so tasty and impressive. A piece of fresh salmon fillet is marinated in a spicy pickle and is ready to serve after two days.
This recipe for pork fillet in puff pastry is one of my all-time favorites. The combination of succulent meat wrapped in crispy puff pastry brings palate-tingling flavor to the table. It takes a little time, but the end result more than makes up for the effort. Trust me, I've made it dozens of times and it's always been a hit!
I love this recipe for goose legs in the oven, especially in the cold season. In this case, the goose legs are slowly and gently roasted in the oven, making them particularly tender and juicy. A real treat for the palate and always a highlight on my menu.
All our guests always ask me how I make my dark sauce for duck breast. The combination of cooked red wine, juicy, tender shallots, fresh thyme and a pinch of sugar gives the sauce a balanced, deep and sweet note. The addition of a good duck stock enhances the festive flavor of this sauce.
This recipe for "Tiramisu with speculoos and raspberries" takes the traditional Italian dessert to a new level. It's ideal for the holidays when fresh raspberries are hard to come by. Replacing the ladyfingers with speculoos cookies brings a unique flavor and texture, while the raspberries make the dessert light and refreshing. I've made this recipe many times for friends and family and it's always been a big hit!
One of my absolute favorite winter desserts is gingerbread tiramisu in a glass. It combines the hearty taste of Christmas gingerbread with the creamy sweetness of Italian tiramisu. I have made this recipe countless times and it has always been a huge hit, especially as a dessert for a festive Christmas dinner.
I love the time from October to December, not just because of the beautiful fall and winter scenery, but also because it's cranberry season! When it comes to baking and cooking this time of year, this berry side dish is at the top of my list. I've made this simple recipe several times and each time it gets my family in the Christmas spirit. The sweet and sour sauce is the perfect accompaniment to turkey, duck or cheese.
This cookie recipe is my favorite during the winter vacations. Despite the lack of butter, the cookies have a lovely texture and irresistible flavor thanks to the combination of almonds and vanilla. The use of coconut oil instead of butter brings a wonderful lightness to the cookies without sacrificing flavor. This recipe has been tried and tested several times at home and found to be excellent!
I've always been a big fan of jam and have done a few experiments with different fruits. But tangerine marmalade really stands out. It has that bright, citrusy flavor that just pops in any toast, pastry or yogurt you add it to. With this recipe, you could enjoy winter freshness even in the coldest season.