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    1 Reviews |  By Iceland

    This dish is wonderful as it is very nutritious, cheap on your wallet and so easy to prepare! It will be a kid pleaser as well, just omit the red pepper flakes. If you are hungry right now and want a delicious meal for your family, this is the thing you should cook tonight. But watch out! Though spider webs are easy to get you do not want to mess up with some Zombies, do you? So click here, listen to the theme song of your newest must try recipe and: Happy Cooking!

    Recipe #479433

    1 Reviews |  By Iceland

    I got this from my finish work pal Riina, we got them at work one day and they were so tasty that i requested the recipe. I came come and started baking right away. DH loved them too so they are a real winner in our family.

    Recipe #436329

    I got this from my father in law and saved it here as i think DH will like it.

    Recipe #433402

    2 Reviews |  By Iceland

    This is a great rub or marinade for trout but you can also use salmon or other fish. I personally prefer freshly catched icelandic trout or salmon. It is the best! You should actually come and try it :-) The important thing is that the fish is absolutely fresh. Some people evenrecommend to freeze fish fillets before eating them raw. Cooking time is chilling time.

    Recipe #427083

    1 Reviews |  By Iceland

    This is a very typical austrian dish, every family has their own recipe. In the early of fall we go searching for, no, finding mushrooms. Where i grow up it is quite easy to find chanterelles but as they are terrible expensive if you are not that lucky to be able to go into the woods and find food, it is possible to use other mushrooms or a combination of different kinds. Traditionally served with dumplings.

    Recipe #424552

    2 Reviews |  By Iceland

    indian meatballs. I make them in my tagine. If i want to stick to indian i serve them with basmati rice and a naan bread but if you feel for morroco, serve them with couscous and fresh salad :-)

    Recipe #424359

    3 Reviews |  By Iceland

    A simple recipe i got from an old school friend. Serve with fresh bread spread with butter and maybe some ham.

    Recipe #420848

    I was looking for an easy recipe to use up some liqueur (you can use any really) but i did not want to use a cake mix. This came out very soft and juicy. I took it to work and everybody (30 ladies) liked it.

    Recipe #419814

    1 Reviews |  By Iceland

    A friend brought this to a pot lock at work. I almost finished the whole thing! It is great with crackers or as a spread on bread. You can enjoy it alone or together with fresh vegetables such as any greens, tomatoes or even fish, chicken or ham. I love the fresh taste of it! It keeps a few days in the fridge. I also would like to try it with cottage cheese instead of the feta.

    Recipe #419812

    1 Reviews |  By Iceland

    What a twist to an all time favorite! I make cheese balls all the time as you can make them before head when you are awaiting a crowd or have hungry guests dropping in without knowing beforehand. Sometimes neither me and nor DH feel for cooking, then we just sit down, i chop up some apples, carrots and find some crackers or nice bread and we enjoy some really fast dinner which still makes you feel good. The bananas give this cheeseball a slightly sweet taste which is though not over whelming as there are lots of spices too. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. I can recommend to serve it with salted crackers or, if you like it to bee more filling, with dark, freshly baked rye bread. Note: Cooking time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #413698

    4 Reviews |  By Iceland

    A basic recipe which includes RCS#15 ingredients only (almost, but the vanilla ice cream could be optional). It is easy and quick to make and i have not yet met anyone who did not love this special treat. It works great during the inter season but i think it must be good as a desert at a bbq night too.

    Recipe #413665

    1 Reviews |  By Iceland

    Chicken gratin with bananas and nuts: Kids love this recipe which is based on a swedish traditional dish invented by Ove Jacobson, a guy working in the freight industry. I adapted it for RCS#15 but i have been making this for some time and my family loves it. I am not sure about the name but this dish will give you wings. It is super easy to prepare and comes with a side dish which you can prepare while the chicken is getting ready in the oven.

    Recipe #413661

    2 Reviews |  By Iceland

    Usually this includes a lot of additional eggs, sugar and butter but no flour - which makes it good as well but somewhat richer. I changed the recipe as i could not be bothered to whip the egg whites and care for the batter to cool down in order to add the yolks. So i went for a little four instead and gave it a try. What a treat! I love it! It is just too easy to be good :-) Enjoy with vanilla icecream. Note: You can use any chocolate you like but i recomend good quality chocolate with at leat 60% cacao.

    Recipe #394304

    This is a traditional icelandic dish served with dark ryebread spread with butter.

    Recipe #393482

    DH really come up with great stuff these days! You can add cielbasa, carrots, peppers, onion and/or cheese to make this a one dish meal.

    Recipe #393476

    Little breads which are great to make ahead and freeze to have handy for a party, lunch or to brown bag. Delicious served with soup or salad. Cooking time does not include rising time (90 minutes).

    Recipe #393007

    Sometimes i just do not feel for meat. 8 ounces chick peas is like one can and 4 ounces of mushrooms is like half a can. Like, more or less. Do not use the liquid in the can though. Serve with brown rice and some sauce, like mushroom sauce, sour cream or soy sauce. Mustard is fine as well.

    Recipe #392955

    A nice way to enjoy left over rice.The ingredients can be varied, feel free to use more rice and/or vegetables, it will work as long as the mixture has the right texture to form balls (eggs). You might want to add some water or a little bit of additional oats to get that right. Serve with mustard and salad. Cooking time does not inclued cooling time.

    Recipe #392954

    This can be a dish on its own served with good bread or a condiment served with fish cakes or meatballs. A crowed pleaser and a good way to enjoy vegetables.

    Recipe #392951

    Around september and october lambs get slaughtered here in Iceland and the fresh lambmeat tends to be quite inexpensive in the stores. You can use almost all parts of it and most is delicious, other parts i do not really like but often it is a matter of cooking them the right way. I have never been a big fan of innards but this is a great way to use up liver. you can use liver from any animal i guess but here we mainly eat lambliver. Serve with potatoes, steemed carrots and brown sauce.

    Recipe #392936

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