I have a phase for blueberries so decided to prepare some yeast buns filled with them and top it off with vanilla crumble. The result was delicious. This kind of buns it a traditional sweet roll Polish people buy in the summer. I am glad they came out as the original ones I know from my country. I used two recipes to make them which come from here. Enjoy!
Yum, yum… Had some leftover full cream and wanted to use it on something tasty and lunch-appropriate. I found this recipe on my guru’s website and said to myself “hmm… crepes with full cream? how will they taste?” Believe me, it is worth making them. I enjoyed my crepes with apple mousse (how else? ;)) but you can serve them with all the sweet fillings one likes. Enjoy!
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!
It’s time for something Polish. After finding a nice pancake’s recipe and having some mince meat in the freezer I decided that it is the time to make some croquettes. It is a special dish served pretty much on every party in my parent’s house, very often with a beet root soup.