Tuesday, 4th December 2012

In the future I want to feature more dishes, that are made easy and quickly and are therefore perfect for an after work dinner. You can make scrumptious food in a short period of time, it’s not necessary to draw on convenience and fast food. We have a lot of quick dinner dishes in our repertoire, too. And in the future you will see them here, too!

For a lot of dishes from the stock it’s helpful to have a stock. There are groceries we always have in the fridge and others that are always stocked in the pantry. Food that can be stored over a long time. So you never stand in front of an empty fridge and you can always help yourself.

Are you interested in my pantry? What I have in stock and what is best to have at home?

Pâté von der Räuchermakrele

Today’s dish sounds more elaborate than it is. Because it is not at all. It takes 5 minutes to stir everything together, while you toast the bread. Salad serves as a nice accompaniment here. Also the salad can be varied following seasons or your mood: lamb’s lettuce, green salad, tomato & mozzarella or a beetroot salad, there are no limits to your imagination. The mackerel can also be substituted with another smoked fish, like trout (not salmon).

One year ago: orange-vanilla-sticks

Two years ago: christmas cookies

Three years ago: spiced crème brûlée

Categories: fish, gluten-free, Slider
                        

2 Responses so far.

  1. Sylvia says:

    Dann freue ich mich schon auf einen Blick auf Deine Vorräte! Nie, nie, nie fehlen darf bei mir im Vorratsschrank/TK/Kühli: selbstgemachte Tomatensauce im Glas, selbstgemachte Pizzasauce im Glas, Oliven, Sardellen, Kapern, getrocknete Tomaten, frische oder/undTrockenhefe, TK-Blattspinat, Creme Fraiche, verschiedene Käsesorten, confierter Knoblauch und natürlich Pasta. Damit lässt sich bei akutem Hunger und wenig Zeit doch ein leckeres Essen zubereiten.

  2. Christian says:

    sieht lecker aus, aber am Brotzeitbrett könnte man noch arbeiten…;-)

    Guten Appetit!

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