Author Archives: Ursula
Classic Caprese SaladJuly 9, 2021
Ripe summer tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and olive oil is all you need for this Italian caprese salad, also known as insalata caprese. Living just a short car ride from the Italian border, it’s no surprise that you’ll often find Italian dishes like this tasty tomato and mozzarella salad on my plate. This salad is so simple and yet so delicious and full of fresh flavors.
Linden flower syrup – ready in 2 daysJune 25, 2021
Creamy New York CheesecakeMay 26, 2021
Fluffy Banana Pancakes (sugar-free)May 12, 2021
Creamy Asparagus Risotto (with one-pot version)April 20, 2021
Fluffy Easter Bunny RollsApril 1, 2021
Gluten-Free Poppy Seed Cake (super moist!)March 23, 2021
Vegan Potato Curry (creamy and mild)March 4, 2021
Kerala-style potato curry This easy Indian curry is based on a potato curry that I remember from a trip to South India. In Kerala, a state of the southwestern coast of India, we stayed at a family-run guesthouse with only a few huts. I will always remember it for one reason tough: They cooked the best food! Coconut milk-based curries were their specialty.
Pink Donuts (no food coloring)February 14, 2021
Toasted Ravioli from Scratch – Baked or FriedFebruary 6, 2021
Crispy, toasted ravioli dipped in warm marinara sauce, topped with parmesan cheese and fresh parsley is a St. Louis classic! I’ll show you how to make cheese ravioli from scratch. It’s the perfect party appetizer – for the Super Bowl or any other occasion. Toasted Ravioli is made using cheese filled ravioli, coating it in bread crumbs and frying until golden brown and crisp. Traditionally, in Missouri this appetizer is… continue reading »
Walnut Cinnamon Buns – with VideoJanuary 30, 2021
Fluffy buns with a super nutty and moist walnut-cinnamon filling. The easy sugar icing takes the buns to the next level. These walnut rolls are just like the ones you’ll get at Austrian bakeries. They are one of the most beloved baked treats in Austria. I dare to say, that every Austrian bakery offers them. In German, they are called ‘Nussschnecke’. Yes, that’s three s.