Butter chicken

indian butter chicken with rice and naan bread on a plate with fork a cilantro

Classic curries from India are simply the best! Homemade butter chicken or murgh makhani as it is called in India, is one of my favorites. Delicious and tender chicken in a creamy sauce with plenty of the right Indian flavor. Served with refreshing raita, delicious homemade naan bread, and rice, you’re in heaven (or India). … Read more

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Plum trifle

two glasses with plum trifle with crumble and vanilla cream

We love late summer and autumn with all the wonderful ingredients. Plums are one of those things that are super delicious for desserts, and fortunately also something that many people have in their gardens right now. Read along here and get our recipe for a delicious plum trifle with oatmeal crunch and vanilla cream. Plum … Read more

Danish turkey stew

Danish turkey stew with red bell peppers and mushrooms

Turkey stew is just one of the recipes that you should know how to cook. It tastes really good and it’s easy to make. You can advantageously make a large portion and freeze the leftovers down, so there is always something easy to eat on a busy day. If you want to see how easy … Read more

Parmesan scalloped potatoes

parmesan scalloped potatoes with cheese

Delicious creamy scalloped potatoes are just the best. Flødekartofler as we call them here in Denmark literally means “Cream potatoes”, and with parmesan added it doesn’t get much better than that. The cheesy, salty parmesan flavor just complements the creamy potatoes very well. Serve them as a side dish to a good steak, or a … Read more

Danish beef patties with caramelized onions

danish beef patties with soft onions, potatoes, grawy and danish cucumber salad

We love the classic Danish dishes, one of our favorites is Danish beef patties with caramelized onions, gravy, and potatoes. Fortunately, it is easy to make, and good everyday food for the whole family, but also does well if you have to treat the family with a little extra one day. Read along here and … Read more

Danish chicken and asparagus tartlets

danish chicken and asparagus tartlets on plate

A classic Danish dish is chicken and asparagus tartlets. Everybody loves tartlets with creamy chicken and asparagus filling. In Denmark, we eat them for Christmas or easter lunch, for dinner, or as a starter when having a nice meal with friends and family. Read along here and get our recipe for the best filling for … Read more

Danish caramel potatoes

Danish caramel potatoes in white bowl

Danish caramel potatoes are traditionally served with danish pork roast with crackling or with duck or turkey for Christmas. They are delicious small potatoes with a perfectly caramelized coating, and both kids and adults love them. Read along here and get the best recipe for Danish caramel potatoes or “Browned potatoes” as we Danes call … Read more

Semlor – Swedish lenten buns

semlor swedish lenten buns with cream and icing sugar on top

Have you heard of the Swedish lenten buns called Semlor? It is buns that are eaten from January up until the lent or fat Tuesday. So before the fasting starts we eat a lot of these delicious Swedish buns. They are soft cardamom buns with a layer of marzipan and almond cream and a lot … Read more

Danish burning love (brændende kærlighed)

recipe for danish burning love with mashed potatoes, sweet caramelized onions and cripsy bacon

Who does not love traditional Danish burning love? Delicious homemade mashed potatoes, soft sweet onions, and crispy bacon, it does not get much better than that. Burning love is a classic Danish dish that should be enjoyed in good company, and with an ice-cold beer. If you want to see the recipe for the best … Read more

Danish fastelavnsboller with cream (shrovetide buns)

danish fastelavnsboller with cream and jam

In the Danish bakeries, you can get the biggest and most amazing fastelavnsboller or shrovetide buns, starting after new years and until fastelavn which is usually mid or late February. They are quite expensive, and if you don’t live in Denmark, you probably can’t get them. But luckily you can make them yourself. Read along … Read more