One of my favorite desserts from my childhood. Very often, after school, on the way home, me and my friends would definitely stop in a café and buy these delicate horns with custard, whipped cream, or whipped egg whites (egg whites, sugar, lemon juice) cream,...
After trying blini (crepes) with custard cream and crispy top layer, my kids said, ‘omg it’s so good!’, and I nailed it again! My daughter named it "cremebrulini", because the taste is kinda like creme brulee but with blini (crepes).
Such an easy recipe and quick to make, but so delicious! They are scrumptious when hot, but also good cold too. Perfect for breakfast with your tea, lunch with your soup or salad, and dinner like appetizer. Reminds me of khachapuri, but easier and more simple. Also perfect idea when you...Read more
Golubtsi is popular dish in many Eastern European countries and the Middle East made of cabbage leaves stuffed with a variety of ingredients. Very similar to dolma, which uses grape leaves. In Serbia, Slovenia, Hungary and Croatia, cabbage rolls with smoked pork are very popular at Christmas. They are cooked in a skillet or baked in the oven. In Romania,...Read more
Soft dough with a delicious sweet and sour cherry filling. Pirozhki are a Russian-Ukrainian dish of dough with filling that is baked or fried. There are many recipes for making dough for pirozhki and a variety of toppings as well. It can be meat, fish, eggs, mushrooms, cheese, jam, vegetable or fruit toppings. Savory pirozhki make great accompaniments to soups,...Read more
Have a 1:1 ratio of strawberries and sugar in a pot and leave it for a couple hours. Next, boil for 5 min, then cool it for 8-10 hours. Boil it again for another 5 min, covering it with a lid and let it cool again. The next day, after boiling for another 5 min, put the jam into...Read more
Another spring-summer healthy salad from my childhood. Fresh, delicious and easy to prepare. Instead of sour cream you can use plain yogurt. You can add lettuce to this salad as well if you like....Read more
Usually I cook khachapuri a different way, for example "Adjarian khachapuri". This time I decided to simplify the recipe a bit and it still turned out great. Instead of using a special cheese called "suluguni" or "imeretian" cheese, I used "bryndza" (a sheep milk cheese made in Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine). It's sort...Read more