It is again time to have a look at what’s been happening in my kitchen. Yes, it’s already September, but I’m actually quite excited for the autumn. I do like it a lot as a season.
I got this interesting Maskmel, spent grain, which is flour made from stuff leftover from beer brewing. This variant is from pilsner brewing, so I made these excellent pilsner rolls from it. They were very tasty and next time I might add some actual pilsner to the mix, as beer is quite nice in homemade bread.
As already seen in the photo above, I have a new cute wooden storage box. I’m not quite sure what I should store there. First I thought it would be good for keeping oil and vinegar bottles in order, but would it get stained from them?
These cans contain alcoholic flavoured water. I had a pear and orange blossom and a redcurrant and ginger one. They were quite light and refreshing drinks. I would buy them again as a beverage for a hot weather.
Here are some of my recent dishes. I made an insalata caprese with own tomatoes and basil. It’s always nice as a side or even as a lunch main.
This is oven feta pasta, where the tomatoes and feta are first roasted in the oven and then mixed with spaghetti. There is also a hint of chilli in the recipe to add some warmth.
I managed to find a yellow watermelon, so I made a salad from it.
Here is an chickless burger with chips and salad.
This is some veggie ravioli with lovely burrata.
And finally a nacho casserole inspired by the In My Kitchen host Sherry from Sherry’sPickings. I already posted one of my versions previously and I’ve made the dish a few times since. It’s so comforting and tasty!
Have a nice Sunday everyone!