Turkey fillet with pumpkin and wild mushrooms.

  1. One turkey fillet per two servings
  2. A handful of dried wild mushrooms or few frozen ones
  3. A small bowl of diced pumpkin
  4. Olive oil, butter, salt and black pepper

Dried mushrooms soak in little amount of hot water for 10 minutes. Frozen ones cut in thick slices. Fry the pumpkin on butter (medium heat) and simmer till it gets almost soft. Add mushrooms and fry for 5 minutes sprinkle with salt and pepper. Grill the sliced turkey seasoned with salt and pepper. Serve promptly with eg. thick barley groats and some rocket salad leaves and wine.

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photo by Stella Grzela

Pasta with porcini mushrooms in a cream sauce. A piece of heaven.

  1. Italian pasta,
  2. A handful of dried porcini mushrooms per person,
  3. One onion,
  4. 1/3 cup of white wine,
  5. 2 tablespoons of butter,
  6. A cup of sweet cream 18%,
  7. Salt, pepper,

Soak dried mushrooms for 10 minutes in warm water. Chopped onions lightly fry in butter, add white wine and porcini mushrooms, boil about 3 minutes. Add cream, stir and reduce 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve with pasta, sprinkle with Parma cheese and parsley. I like it with the glass of white wine. Enjoy!

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Curry with shrimps and mango. It was… Sorry.

  1. A few king prawns per person,
  2. Mango fruit,
  3. A small cup of coconut milk,
  4. One spoon of red Thai curry paste,
  5. Two teaspoons of fish sauce,
  6. A Spring onion,
  7. One teaspoon of lime juice,

Put a spoon of coconut fat from the milk into a frying pan and fry chopped onion and curry paste on it. Add fish sauce and the rest of the coconut milk. Put the peeled shrimps and mango cut into a thick cubes. Add lime juice and boil for 5 minutes. Serve with rice sprinkled with parsley. And with beer, of course. It always tastes delicious!

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Chicken thighs with soya beans and cherry tomatoes. It is delicious!

  1. Four chicken thighs,
  2. A cup of boiled soya beans,
  3. A few cherry tomatoes,
  4. Sweet pepper, salt, pepper, chili pepper, a pinch of savory and rosemary,
  5. Olive oil,
  6. A teaspoon of tomato paste,
  7. Two shallots, two cloves of chopped garlic,

Rub the chicken with spices and tomato paste, fry in a hot pan with olive oil on both sides, add halves of shallots and garlic at the end. Add the soy beans and tomatoes to the fried chicken, add a little water and stew under cover for 15-20 minutes. Sprinkle with salt to taste and chopped parsley before serving. /Two persons/.

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Ready for an exciting journey? Japanese Yaki-tori, literally fried chicken.

It is a simple dish, but it must be prepared. Recipe for two portions made from one chicken breast and a green section of a leek. And now the sauce:

  1. Five tablespoons of soy sauce
  2. Three tablespoons of sugar
  3. Two tablespoons of mirin /it is a type of sweet rice wine/
  4. One spoon of sake /optional/
  5. One clove of garlic
  6. A slice of fresh ginger
  7. Lemon peel bar

Mix the ingredients for the sauce in a saucepan and cook for 5-10 minutes until it thickens. Leave to cool. Cut the chicken and leek into similar pieces about 5cm in length. Dip them in a sauce and stick them on the double sticks. Fry or grill for about 3 minutes on each side on strong fire, smearing them with the sauce. Glaze should be created on the surface. Sprinkle with roasted sesame seeds. Yakitori is popular in Japan as a beer snack.

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Pork baked with red pepper, onion, tomato and rosemary for feast with your friends.

Something really undemanding and ingeniously simple, but what en effect!

  1. A few pieces of pork shoulder or turkey shin
  2. Red pepper thickly sliced
  3. Two halved shallots
  4. A few cocktail tomatoes
  5. Olive oil, pepper, salt and two pinches of rosemary

Mix all ingredients and place in a casserole. Put into a preheated oven and bake about 40 minutes, i.e. insert when guests arrive. We can serve it with a baguette or any other addition and of course red wine. Bon Appetit!

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Photo by Stella Grzela