Fish Pie

My husband loves English "Fish Pie", so I tried to find the perfect recipe for him. There are lots of different ones but I tried, knowing that he likes to have not only different pieces of fish but also prawns in his Fish Pie. Together with a delicious sauce and mashed potatoes as soft as … Continue reading Fish Pie

Tartiflette – a dish from the french alps

The tartiflette is a French dish from the Haute Savoie region in France. It is a fairly young dish among the great French classics that was first introduced in 1980 by the Syndicat interprofessionnel du Reblochon (the organization that represents the interests of the manufacturers of the main ingredient in the recipe, Reblochon cheese). Thanks … Continue reading Tartiflette – a dish from the french alps

Cheese Fondue (Traditional & Thermomix)

In winter we love to host dinner parties where we treat our guests to gorgeous food which can also be found in my beloved mountains! Fondue is one of our big favourites but you can find more winter recipes here. For years I have simply bought the packages in the supermarket until one day our … Continue reading Cheese Fondue (Traditional & Thermomix)

Boozy Rum Crescents (sweet party bites)

I'm sharing a recipe with you that I got from a very talented hobby baker in my home village in Austria. It was this woman who inspired me to bake thanks to her great cakes and cookies and it is thanks to this inspiration that my first cookbook took shape. The boozy rum crescents are … Continue reading Boozy Rum Crescents (sweet party bites)

Meatloaf (traditional & Thermomix)

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 (traditional & 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 sausage soup (Traditional & Thermomix)

One of the soups I have eaten since I was very young is sausage soup. It was my mother’s favorite way to make us eat a lot of vegetables and we love it. The soup is very easy to be made. Here is the recipe . 3 potatoes, cubes3 carrots, slices3 celery, pieces3 onions, dicedSeasoning … Continue reading Austrian sausage soup (Traditional & Thermomix)

Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie (Traditional & Thermomix)

When autumn comes with its gorgeous colours and cooler weather I start thinking of all sorts of comfort food. The one that I truly enjoy is the vegetarian shepherd’s pie with its rich ragout, covered with a deliciously soft sweet potato mash and topped with melted, golden cheese! The ultimate no guilt comfort food, full … Continue reading Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie (Traditional & Thermomix)

Hazelnut nougatine meringue cake

I'm always looking for recipes using egg whites. In all the pastry that I make regularly I use a lot of yolks and much less whites. So I have whole bags of frozen egg whites in my freezer, which must be used at all costs. This delicious cake, that is utterly gluten free to boot, … Continue reading Hazelnut nougatine meringue cake

Spanish Tortilla

My father having grown up in Spain, I obviously often ate tortillas made by him or his siblings at home. So it's obviously part of my cooking repertoire. Quick and simple Spanish dish. Tortilla for 4 people 1 kg potatoes 2 small white onions 500 ml oil (the Spanish use olive oil but any frying … Continue reading Spanish Tortilla