I suggest the option of cookies when you do not want to mess with the oven. Baking in the oven is very good, but it is not always possible. For example, in a small dacha you do not have an oven, but there is a stove. It is not difficult to prepare such a simple cookie, even a young hostess can cope with the work. Cookies are prepared very easily and quickly, and it turns out very tasty.
A simple, affordable cake for an afternoon tea party. Of course, in the season we take fresh plums and rhubarb, I took it from the freeze. The shape is 24 cm in diameter, the height of the pie in the center is 5 cm
Why Devonshire? The name comes from the county of Devonshire, in the south-west of England. These places are famous for their beautiful landscapes, seaside resorts and traditional tea drinking. Tea is served here with skins, strawberry jam and melted thick cream. By the way, the British are divided into those who first spread jam on the scones, and then put cream on those who do exactly the opposite: first cream, then jam. And I found the recipe for these scones from the British culinary writer and TV presenter Mary Barry.
Cake without flour! It’s the most tender I’ve ever met. Easy to prepare. The taste will surprise you!
This recipe is interesting, especially for children who are trying their hand at cooking. Only 3 ingredients go to the cake. The cake is prepared without the use of an oven. It tastes delicious! I think when my granddaughter grows up, we will prepare this recipe together again! Here she will be surprised that you can make a cake out of cookies!
Very simple and insanely delicious! I recommend it from the bottom of my heart.
A popular street food in Korea is egg bread. It’s a cross between our pie and a sandwich. Unusual, but delicious and simple. Prepare such Korean bread, and thus you will have a little Korean cuisine at home.
A simple and quick recipe for very chocolate, fragrant cupcakes for home tea drinking.
I am very partial to Turkish pastries, so I periodically follow new recipes, I subscribe to several Turkish channels. About a year ago, the presented recipe got into my cookbook. It won me over with its simplicity of preparation, unusual appearance and, of course, taste. The cookie is called Dondurma kurabiye, which translates as ice cream cookies. It turns out that the cookies are very tasty, fragrant and crumbly. It can be prepared with chocolate, cocoa, nuts, mint, etc. Help yourself!
Continuing the theme of Italian baking, I can not stop at the fragrant orange cookies. Inside-a tender and crumbly shortbread dough, outside-a crisp crust. And the combination of “orange-chocolate” makes it even tastier. If you have never had a chance to try such cookies – be sure to fix it!)