It’s now a tradition for me to have a new kind of pancakes for every Sunday’s breakfast. This time was no different. Kuptermas come from Russian or to be even more precise Tatarian kitchen. They are delicate, sweet and based on semolina. You can fry them on a small pan as a one big pancake or like me split it into small ones as you would do with normal pancakes. I found the recipe here. Enjoy!
I would never suspect that I will like this tart so much. I am mostly the fruity tart type and this was a big surprise. It’s sweet and moist. Simply delicious! I was looking for the recipe using a lot of egg yolks because of left over ones from mini Pavlova’s. This was a wonderful choice. My guru was right, it’s by far one of the best tarts I’ve tried! Enjoy!
What can I say…? Crepes (or simply pancakes for Polish people) are a big part of Polish kitchen. They can be used for a dessert or a dinner. For me the best ones were the ones made with cream cheese and sour cream. My mom used to serve them during fasting time before Easter or as a dessert on Saturday. I like to try the new crepes’ recipes and this is one of them. Enjoy!
I am a big fan of a ginger bread and all kinds of Christmas cookies because of the smell they have. This is another proposition for Christmas baking – Lebkuchen. They are of German origin and are really aromatic. What’s even more important is that they don’t need to be stored in a sealed container for long to get soft. The recipe comes from here. Enjoy!