Salmon en papillote with spring vegetables (with a super trick how to take off the skin perfectly)

I believe most of you know by now that I prefer fussfree recipes which captivate through the intensity of their flavour. En papillote is basically a very posh way to say that the fish is steamed in foil. Only we don't use foil but baking parchment. This way of preparing a meal is not only … Continue reading Salmon en papillote with spring vegetables (with a super trick how to take off the skin perfectly)

The best Wild Garlic Soup! (Traditional & Thermomix Version)

It is almost the end of the wild garlic season! Those lucky enough to live in the countryside can still enjoy the walks through the woods looking at these marvelous plants growing as far as the eye can see. There is a very light garlicky smell in the air, but not to worry, this garlic … Continue reading The best Wild Garlic Soup! (Traditional & Thermomix Version)

The perfect fresh salmon quiche with dill crust (traditional method & Thermomix)

I think I have mentioned in the past that my youngest simply adores fish and that he loves it served with broccoli. That is why I am constantly on the hunt for ideas of how to put these two together, creating delicious combinations without fuss that the whole family enjoys. As the warm days start … Continue reading The perfect fresh salmon quiche with dill crust (traditional method & Thermomix)

Homemade Panini-Bread (traditional method & Thermomix)

Paninis!!! Now honnestly who doesn't love a good Panini? Again a speciality from Italy that has conquererd the world! A delicious bread, most commonly a Panini Bread, but perfect also with Ciabatta for example. Some people even use toast bread but it doesn't have the same taste. The Panini is filled with wonderful ingredients like … Continue reading Homemade Panini-Bread (traditional method & Thermomix)

Sweet Quark pastry (Traditional version & Thermomix)

The Easter weekend is almost here! A time to rejoice! That's why I'm sharing with you a recipe that is extremely popular in Germany and Austria. Quark biscuits are a great little treat for young and old And of course they can be totally varied! At Easter they are cut out as bunnies, lambs, chicks … Continue reading Sweet Quark pastry (Traditional version & Thermomix)

Homemade Mayonnaise (traditional method & Thermomix)

Since I was a child Homemade Mayonayse is a staple in our fridge. In a sandwich or as base for many sauces and salads, it is easy to make and much more delicious than storebought mayo. Recipe Feel free to follow me on Instagram @auxdelicesdecaroline (click) or Facebook (click) Ingredients 1 egg1 tbsp Dijon mustard1 … Continue reading Homemade Mayonnaise (traditional method & Thermomix)

Meringue Nest with Lemon Curd and Berries

I know, I know, again this Lemon Curd .... but I promise you will love this recipe!!! When I made it for friends, they were exstatic! I was told that the meringue itself was to die for! Just a little bit crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside without it being the same … Continue reading Meringue Nest with Lemon Curd and Berries

English Lemon Curd (traditional method and Thermomix)

One of the staples I always have in my fridge: English Lemon Curd. This is a smooth and silky cream with a tart flavor that makes your tastebuds zing! Living in the UK this is an item that you can find in almost every store but frankly, homemade is best! It's quick and easily done … Continue reading English Lemon Curd (traditional method and Thermomix)