An interesting drink, found in a collection of Danish recipes online. I've made it with blackberry brandy, and it was quite nice. This is pretty potent, so if you prefer a fruitier taste, you may want to try adding more pineapple juice.
I saw an episode of The Barefoot Contessa the other day and had to try this appetizer. She made hers as sandwiches, but I thought it was kind of neat to display the Salmon since it's so expensive. I scaled down the serving size as well. The recipe came from her Book Party show. I wasn't able to get the entire ingredient list as the site didn't have it posted. I believe it's close however.
The rough translation of this dish means "scrambled food" and is a great dish to use up leftovers from the night before.
We have had this for breakfast as well as supper.
Serve with ketchup, HP sauce and toast.
I LOVE these, been making them for about 15 years now. A nice change from regular meatballs. Everyone really likes them. I usually serve these as an appy or even a side dish for parties, but I wouldn't see why it couldn't be made as a main dish, too! :)
What an unusual use for this glorious summer fruit! A Danish recipe that I thoroughly enjoyed. Though the original recipe called for vanilla, I found that the lemon zest did more to perk up the flavor of the berries. Cooking time does not include cooling time.