Here are some things that I recently made but don’t really deserve a post on their own:
Kaya (Coconut Jam)
The first and only time I had Kaya was when I was in Singapore when I was 16. According to Wikipedia it is mostly popular in Singapore and Malaysia. It’s very tasty but a little weird at first. I made mine using equal portions of canned coconut milk, eggs and sugar. Cooking it slowly over lowest heat and mixing constantly until it thickens. Usually it is flavored with Pandan leaves, but I don’t know if I can even get them over here.
This year we were four people at Passover’s dinner, and I was responsible for most of the cooking. I made: asparagus soup, sourdough bread, blinis with smoked salmon, chopped liver, leek fritters, roasted pork chops and cream spinach. The soup turned out great, the rest was fine, but nothing special. I was stupid enough to forget taking pictures.
I baked a chocolate shortbread logo for the blog. It actually turned out very cool but not too tasty.
Fresh Pasta with Fava Beans and Broccoli Leaves
Not much to say here.
Regular post coming soon…
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