Category Dessert

Cinnamon Ice-cream

Cultural Background In the 16thcentury the Sicilian pulpier Ruggeri won the glorious competition of the Catharina de ‘Medici with a creation of “a frozen sweetness”. He instantly became famous for it and soon the delicacy spread over to Italy. Ice… Continue Reading →

Hangop with grilled oranges

Culturele achtergrond Hangop is an old Dutch dessert made from strained yoghurt or buttermilk. In the past when the milkman still sold fresh milk door to door, hangop was made  from milk that became sour and getting thick. Culinary information Ingredients: Full… Continue Reading →

Kalter Hund – Cold Dog Cake – No Bake Chocolate Cookie Cake

Cultural background This traditional German chocolate cake is called “Kalter Hund”. It is made by alternating layers of butter cookies and chocolate cream. Literally translated it means “cold dog”. This classic treat is sometimes also referred to as “Kalte Schnauze”… Continue Reading →

Ferni

Cultural background Ferni is a traditional dessert from Afghanistan. It consists of milk, sugar, rice noodles, rose-water and pistachios. fried eggplants, peeled tomatoes, potatoes, low-fat curd and garlic.This recipe was handed in by Jamshid, an Afghan-national, who moved to Berlin… Continue Reading →

Revani – Sweet Turkish semolina cake

I am Inci Akinci and 48 years old. I am Turkish, and lived in Finland for 18 years. I have 2 adult children and my husband owns Pizzeria. In the past, I’ve done the cleaning work, and now I want… Continue Reading →

Puto or Filipino steamed cake

Cultural background Maria Seppälä, 31 year-old, mother of two, from Philippines. Maria was born in Manila, the capital of the said country. For over 1,78 million people living in Manila, food is the main necessity. “In Philippines we eat three… Continue Reading →

Brazo de Mercedez or meringue log roll cake

Cultural background Maria Seppälä, 31 year-old, mother of two, from Philippines. Maria was born in Manila, the capital of the said country. For over 1,78 million people living in Manila, food is the main necessity. “In Philippines we eat three… Continue Reading →

Leche Flan – Crème caramel Filipino style

Cultural background Maria Seppälä, 31 year-old, mother of two, from Philippines. Maria was born in Manila, the capital of the said country. For over 1,78 million people living in Manila, food is the main necessity. “In Philippines we eat three… Continue Reading →

Berry Kissel with whipped cream

Cultural background My name is Jenna and I`m 18 years old Finnish girl. I live in Finland a small town called Eura. I study to be cook. In Finland we use a lot of, potatoes, mushrooms, fish, milk products, meat… Continue Reading →

Risengrød – Rice porridge with fried apples and toasted almonds, Denmark

Cultural background Population 5,770,000 people København (Copenhagen) is the capital of Denmark. People in Denmark speak Danish, English and German. Denmark is coastal lowland. There is a Monarchy The land is democratically ruled The main religion is Christianity. In Denmark,… Continue Reading →

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