Meatloaf

One of our families all time favourite comfort food is without any doubt the meatloaf!!! Served with roasted vegetables, gravy and delicious mashed potatoes it is even dinner party worthy if you want to treat good friends to a homemade meal rather than to a fancy one. I have in all my life never had … Continue reading Meatloaf

Tomato-rice stuffed peppers (Tradional & Thermomix)

Ideally, I like to have 2 -3 vegetarian dinners per week in my house.Tricky to do with a bevvy of carnivores but they play along nicely if they like what they are served … obviously.Now one dish that I serve regularly are the tomato-rice stuffed peppers. As they are big fans of stuffed peppers, this is … Continue reading Tomato-rice stuffed peppers (Tradional & Thermomix)

Goulash Soup (Traditional & Thermomix)

My oldest son loves the Austrian Goulash, so I try to make it as often as possible. It is a dish from back when Austria was an Empire and came from its member state Hungaria, where the shepherds cooked the star ingredients beef, paprika, onions open air in the puszta in huge casseroles suspended on … Continue reading Goulash Soup (Traditional & Thermomix)

Austrian cucumber salad

In the cucumber season, a cucumber salad is an absolute must. This recipe here is traditional in Austria, a light and refreshing side dish for almost every main course. I especially love this cucumber salad with breaded dishes such as the Viennese Schnitzel. Here are my Viennese Schnitzel served with typical Austrian side dishes, Austrian potato salad, tomato salad … Continue reading Austrian cucumber salad

5-vegetable Pasta Sauce (Traditonal & Thermomix)

It's again Meatfree Monday and I have the perfect pasta sauce for you.If you are one of those parents who are trying to sneak vegetables into your children's diets, here is one pasta sauce that is simply delicious and covers 2 out of your 5 a day. This sauce freezes well and is really versatile, … Continue reading 5-vegetable Pasta Sauce (Traditonal & Thermomix)

French summer vegetable tian

Tian is on the one hand a traditional Provencal dish, originally a simple flat or glazed stoneware, and secondly a culinary preparation, which is typical of Avignon and is considered a specialty by a large part of Provence. This is a variation on the classic, but it is my preferred version. I found it years … Continue reading French summer vegetable tian

Stuffed peppers with tomato sauce after my fathers recipe

My sisters will be delighted! I finally managed to find out the exact recipe from our favorite stuffed peppers that our dad makes us regularly. And it was not easy !! Perfect for big as well as small dinner parties My dad is a great cook but in that intuitive "you put a little of … Continue reading Stuffed peppers with tomato sauce after my fathers recipe

Bohemien bread dumplings

What can we prepare with the leftover white bread from the previous day🤔 well there are several things like Bruschetta, vegetarian Cesar salad and french onion soup, but here I offer you something that in my opinion is almost unknown to most of you. A lovely stew with a fresh salad! A traditional dish from … Continue reading Bohemien bread dumplings

Meatlovers salad

Here's a little low-carb recipe that my family loved. I hope you like it too! Ingredients for 4 portions 2 eggszest from a lemonsalt, pepper1 bay leafsome peppercorns2 chicken breast fillets6 slices of bacon3 tomatoes2 avocados5 tbsp of olive oil1.5 tbsp red wine vinegar2 tsp honey1 large or 2 small heads of lettuce of your … Continue reading Meatlovers salad

Express crunchy fruit pie

A wonderful recipe for the super-fast preparation of a crispy and fresh cake, perfect if you have guests. Everything is prepared in advance and the assembly takes 2 minutes. As a topping, you can use any fruit of your choice or even use a compote such as cherry or rhubarb etc. 1 rectangular or round … Continue reading Express crunchy fruit pie