Ich dachte nie, dass meine ersten beiden Rezepte, die ich in Island veröffentlichen werde, Süẞspeisen sein werden, da ich eher der herzhafte Typ bin. Aber so ist das eben, vor allem in Island: Man weiẞ nie, wie es kommt. Deswegen könnt ihr hier nun das Rezept zum Nachbacken für den isländischen Hjóbabandssæla finden.
Lummur is a very old Icelandic recipe, especially with the potato version. Back in the days potatoes were more common or available than flour. Lummur – Traditional Icelandic pancakes weiterlesen
I guess I have found my new favorite dish – it is called plokkfiskur and is a popular meal in Iceland after you had a lot of leftovers, especially to get rid of all the fish! Plokkfiskur weiterlesen
Say hello to winter: Today it is the official winter beginning in Iceland. And, even more important: Kjötsúpa or translated Meat Soup Day. To cook away some beginning winter blues, I recommend to prepare kjötsúpa. Kjötsúpa at Meat Soup Day weiterlesen
I never thought my first two recipes on my blog would be cakes as I am not really into sweet food. But ok, you never know. And that’s why you can find Hjónabandssæla, the so called Icelandic wedding cake right here. Icelandic Wedding cake weiterlesen
Here we go again. This time with my first Icelandic recipe. And its a sweet one. Although I am not in to desserts that much, this cake is too easy and delicious to leave it out. Skýr cake weiterlesen
You see, I take this seriously. I get prepared for my trip to Thorsmörk, Iceland. Which means, I get tipps and tricks from the best: Grandma. As one of my main tasks as a Winter Cabin warden will be to provide guests with information, guide some shorter hikes in the area and: Prepare meals, especially soups I asked her to give me some tipps. Here you will find two recipes: Pea soup and Solyanka á la Granny. Soup bootcamp weiterlesen