Cheese croquettes

If we can’t prepare North Sea shrimp croquettes, we’ll have some cheesy ones. For 24 croquettes, melt 100 grams of butter. Add 100 grams of flour. Bake and stir. Once you smell the typical smell of cookies, add 700 ml of full milk while stirring constantly. Allow to cook for a few minutes. Stop the … More Cheese croquettes

Little tuna balls

Canned tuna can be really yucky ( even worse than cat food) or incredible yummy. It helps to see that it still is tuna. The Italians eat a lot of good quality canned tuna and buy often those huge vases filled with chunks of tasty tuna commonly with olive oil. This olive oil adds to … More Little tuna balls

The tarocco is back

Remember the blogpost of 17/2( Tarocco is the most popular table orange in Italy and is a ‘half- blood’ orange)with tarocco, a delicious recipe of This time, no pomegranate, no pistachio nuts but still, yummie. Remove the skin, also the white parts, of 2 tarocco oranges (1pp). Slice thinly and put on baking paper. Spread … More The tarocco is back

Fresh artichokes on a parmigiano cookie

The first time I made this recipe (Really in love with Italian sausages 😉 I struggled making little baskets of parmigiano. Certain people prefer sophisticated recipes, I prefer the simple versions. Prepare the baby artichokes as mentioned in the blogpost. Spread 60 grams of grated parmigiano on baking paper in circles of approx 10-12 cm. … More Fresh artichokes on a parmigiano cookie