Vanilla omelet with Ricotta and Blackberries


Omelets are really easy to make for breakfast, it only takes about 10 minutes and it’s healthy and make you feel full until lunch. So you should, of course enjoy this sweet omelet for breakfast as it’s a wonderful blend of protein, the good fat, and carbohydrates. So go get the best ricotta you can find and get your farm fresh eggs on the pan.


2 organic eggs

2 tsp. vanilla

3 tbs. ricotta

A handful of blackberries

1 tsp. acacia honey


Whisk the eggs with one teaspoon of the vanilla powder and pour it on a frying pan.

Mix one teaspoon vanilla with the ricotta.

When the omelet is done, top it with ricotta, blackberries and honey.


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Rhubarb Clafoutis – it tastes like summer


Rhubarb is the perfect summer food and you can use it for so many things, you can juice, make a crumble, make a trifle, and it will just be delicious, because of the amazing flavor there is in the rhubarbs. This time, I decided to use some of the last rhubarbs for a Clafoutis, a really easy cake/dessert that is also really good with plums or cherries. This is really easy, so if your now very experienced with baking, this is perfect.


450-gram rhubarb

5 tablespoon sugar

3-deciliter milk

1 vanilla pod

3-deciliter flour

2 tablespoon of melted butter

A little icing sugar



Wash the rhubarbs and cut a little from the top and the bottom. Cut them out in little cubes and pour 2 table spoon of sugar on them, let it sit for about 15 minutes while you do the rest.

Stir eggs, milk, vanilla, the rest of the sugar and flour in a bowl, and half of the melted butter. Stir until the dough doesn’t have any lumps. Grease a dish and pour in a little of the dough. Bake it in the oven for 5 minutes on 180 degrees C for 5 minutes.

Take out the dish and pour first the rhubarbs in it and then the rest of the dough. Bake the Clafoutis for another 25-30 minutes until it’s golden. Add a little icing sugar on the top and serve it with some sour cream or vanilla ice.

You can make this the day before and heath it up in the oven.

Happy baking!

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Grilled Nectarine Salat


I loooove summer, and all the amazing food that comes with it, especially all the delicious salad-combos. Do you know that grilled food is divine? It is absolutely the most flavorful side you can get with you grilled meat. I have posted a grilled peach salad before on the blog, and this time I wanted to do a grilled nectarine salad, and it is just as amazing, and the nectarines are in season a bit earlier than peaches, so you can start grillin’ you fruits in June already, winning!


2 handfuls of rocket salad

4 nectarines

1 buffalo mozzarella cheese

3 tablespoons of roasted pine nuts

1 tablespoon of dark balsamic

1 tablespoon of acacia honey

2 tablespoon of olive oil



Remove the nectarine pits

Grill the on each side

Mix balsamic, olive oil, salt and pepper and honey

Place the rocket on a platter with the rest of the ingredients and pour over the marinade, voila you have delicious summer salad.


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Pappardelle with salsiccia, asparagus and mozzarella


There is nothing like a good pasta dish, and if you make sure to buy good quality ingredients, even the most simple pasta dish can end up and be the best meal you had all week. This is also fast food, meaning that you can make it in 20 minutes, so it’s perfect for those evenings when you come home tired and just want easy and delicious comfort food.

Ingredients for two persons:

250 pappardelle pasta (I buy it fresh, it tastes amazing)

200-gram salsiccia (get it at you butcher or at some of the really good supermarkets)

300-gram asparagus, remember to trim the ends.

1 fresh mozzarella (Buffalo Mozzarella is the best)

3 tbs. roasted pine nuts

A handful grated parmesan cheese

2 spring onion

2 garlic cloves

1 tbs. cooking oil

Dried chili flakes

Salt and pepper


Get the pasta water boiling.

Chop the garlic and spring onion, heat some oil on a sauté pan and throw on the garlic, spring onion and salsiccia. Add salt, pepper and chili flakes.

Set the pasta to cook (if its fresh pasta, it should only be about 3 minutes)

Pour the asparagus on the sauté pan.

When the pasta is done mix it with the rest of the ingredients in the sauté pan. Add the pine nuts, parmesan and mozzarella.

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Grøn Thai-karry – verdensretter for to


Jeg har haft fornøjelsen af at teste nogle af Knorrs verdensretter og min favorit er helt sikkert grøn karry. Faste læsere af bloggen vil også vide at jeg er ret glad for det asiatiske køkken, især det Thailandske står mit hjerte meget nært. Og det var jo super nemt, for der var både ris og en dejlig karrypaste med i pakken, samt eksta krydderi og tørrede chilier, hvis man gerne vil have det sådan lidt spicy, som jeg jo gerne vil, og hvis man ikke er så vild med spicy mad, så undlader man bare chilierne. Så jeg skulle bare købe en dåse kokosmælk og nogle grøntsager. Skal det være helt rigtigt, så skal der de der små helt runde Thailandske auberginer i en grøn karry, men dem kunne jeg ikke opstøve, så jeg improviserede bare lidt. Jeg lavede min vegetar med tofu, men kylling, svinekød eller stor lækre tigerrejer havde også gået. En anden helt fantastisk ting ud over det var super nemt at lave, er at det er uden kunstige farvestoffer og smagsforstærkere, og det er alttså meget rart at det man putter i munden ikke er er fyldt med mærklige tilsætningstoffer.

Nu rejser jeg jo meget og når man først har prøvet alle de fantastiske smage i Thailand vil man jo gerne tage det hele med hjem, så dem man kender også kan smage. Og her er Knorrs verdensretter for to, altså rigtig fine for man kan nemt lige invitere sin veninde over og så servere hende en lækker Thai-Curry.


1 pakke Knorr Thai Green Curry

1  blok fast tofu

1 rød peberfrugt

1 bakke slikærter

2 fed hvidløg

Saften fra en halv lime

1 bund koriander

1 dåske kokosmæk

1 lidt chiliolie


  1. Sæt risen over og kog den efter pakkens anvising
  2. Steg tofuen hårdt af i en wok med chiliolie med med nogle hakkede hvidløg.
  3. Skær peberfrugten ud og smid den i wokken.
  4. Tilsæt karrypasta og derefter kokosmælk.
  5. Tilsæt det tørrede thaikrydderi, og de tørrede chilier, samt lidt lime saft og frisk koriander.
  6. Lad det simre et 5-10 minutter og drys masser af frisk koriander over til sidst.
  7. Server retten sammen med risene.

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What i ate in Japan


I have just been on holiday in Japan, I was only there for a week, since it was part of a trip where I also attended a wedding in Thailand, so a lot of flying back and forth and a lot of eating amazing food. We were mostly in the Tokyo area, so a lot of the different food featured in this blog post is from Tokyo. Japan has as most people know, a very different food culture and they really make amazing food, it’s impossible to try everything in a week, but here are some of my highlights…well and there also was a few low points for example octopus balls, little round octopus dough balls called Tokoyaki, read all about in this post, and all about what to eat when you are in Japan.


Cake!!!!! I wanna start with cake because even though it maybe looks more like something you would find in Paris, it right there in Tokyo, and the Japanese appreciate these little pieces of art, just as much as the french people does. So we went to Isetan, an amazing department store, in the basement they have som many different kinds of cakes, that you could ever dream of, this one was a raspberry and chocolate cake, that i wolfed down in about 30 seconds or less, yummy. You can also get bento boxes there, where you mix your own, my recommendation is to bring it all to the beautiful Goyen national park and eat it there, we were so lucky that the cherry blossom was peaking at that time, so we had an amazing experience.



And now for something a bit more Japanese: Tempura. Tempura is mostly vegetables and seafood I batter, deep fried, do I need to say more? It tasted so great, and was something I ate a lot on this trip, but be aware, after visiting one of these tempura places, you will smell of deep fried food until you shower and wash your clothes, but it’s worth it of course.


No way you are going to Japan without visiting a Yakitori bar, this one was right in the middle of Shinjuku, just before we went to see the famous Robot Show. This place only served Yakitori, wich is skewered and grilled meat and vegetables, this one was three kinds of chicken: Skin (oh so good), chicken thigh and chicken breast. For me it was kind of weird that this is the only thing they had, but it’s mostly like that in Japan, they have one thing on the menu and then they are damn good at it. And these Yakitori bars are amazing, filled with Japanese businessmen, drinking sake, smoking cigarettes and yelling all over the place, whats not to like? 🙂


Now you probably think what the f…utch is this? Wel it was my snacks before going to see the Robot Show, the most insane experience ever, a MUST try if you ever find yourself in Tokyo. The menu was green candy floss, sparkling canned chardonnay and tequila jello shots, I also ate caramel popcorn, but it didn’t made it to the picture. So you can say that the menu was just as tacky as the show, it couldn’t be better 🙂



The purple ice cream is made of taro, wich is a root used a lot in the Asian kitchen, the lovely glazed pieces with sesame seeds are actual taro, both was delicious and can be found on the street corners in Tokyo.


Wagyu beef, excellent meat, in our case we went to one of these places where you grill your food at your own table, and consume it with lot’s of beer and sake. This was really a great evening, and the whole idea of cooking you food at the table is very popular in Tokyo, so make sure to make a reservation, it was really hard for us to get a table. As side orders for the meat, we got differents kinds of omelet (more Korean, than Japanese), with all kinds of vegetables, cheese and kimchi, so delicious.



Have you ever heard of Taiyaki? The ultimate street food dessert. it’s like a waffle, shaped like a fish, filled with custard!!! I’m just gonna let it sink in… I had one with vanilla cream and one with cherry custard…best day of my life…or well you know, you get the point, it was good.


Udon noodle are thick silky noodles, and they are so so good We had the Noodle at a place called Udon Mentsu-Dan, where you order your noodle first and you go get your beer and tempura afterwards. A very low key place, with a good atmosphere.

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Next amazing thing on the menu was Okonomiyaki, it’s kind of pancake-omelette thing, we went to a place in Shibuya called Sakuratei, its a place where you have to make it yourself, most places there is a chef cooking it for you, but it thought it could be fun to make it myself, and be aware if you do, again your clothes will smell the rest of the day, fortunately, all most every place in Japan make you smell of food, so nobody really notice. But you order from the menu and then you get this bowl, mine was with cheese, ham, cabbage. pickled daikon, pickled ginger, egg and something crispy I’m not sure what really was . Then you mix it all fry it on the hot plate, grease it with the sweet syrup kind of thing there is on the table, serve it with lots of Japanese mayo on it, and try to eat it without looking like an idiot 🙂


Ahh Sushi, no Japan without sushi….or?? I only got it once on my trip, and was actually our splurge evening where we went to Keio Plaza Hotel and ate at their Sushi restaurant, and I’m just going, to be honest here, it was in my opinion not worth is, if you are going to eat Sushi in Tokyo, go to the fish market, it is much cheaper, probably the freshest in the city, and you can pick just the sushi you like, no need for eating sea urchin, like there was on my plate, if you don’t want to (if you want to, go for it).

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While we are one the Fishmarket subject, then i would like to highlight some of the other things they had out there: sesame ice cream, something everybody should try, it tastes so good. The rest of the things I ate out there I have no idea what was, but it was ehhh… well can you say squid on a stick?? It was all kinds of squid mixed with dough and vegetables, cooked and put on a stick, some of them tasted very fishy, some the ones with the corn was great, and a good little afternoon snack.


Maybe your thinking now, this does not look very delicious, but damn it was!!! Another amazing thing about Japan is that they expect everything is of really good quality, even the dessert you buy drunk in the middle of the night at 7eleven. This is a chocolate mousse with whipped cream and topped with a creme brulee and a brownie, it was like going to heaven…or you know just your own little dessert paradise. I had to buy one the next day, just to be sure it was really that good, and it was.

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And for the best Ramen and Gyoza, often sold as the only two things on the menu, but with lots of different variations. I had it several times on our trip and the quality is always amazing, and it just tastes so good. The ramen broth usually comes as a chicken broth or one with bonito, if your no too crazy about the fishy taste you find in most Japanese food, get the one with the chicken base, but you should definitely try the other one too.

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And now back to the famous squid balls. In the area around Hozomon gate sensoji temple, there are so much street food and I wanted to try it all, especially these squid balls I had read about, and they do look delicious, bu they were not for me, when I took a bite of them they were filled with chewy octopus arms and fishy liquid, maybe they were just not good at the place we bought some, if I ever go to Japan again I will try them at another place, and the teriyaki chicken and soba noodles were so good, so everything was perfect 🙂

This was all for now of my Japan food guide, hope you enjoyed reading it, and remember you are always welcome to ask questions.

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Chocolate Muffins with Zucchini


I wanted to make zucchini muffins for quite a while, and I also wanted to make them low calorie, and now I finally got around to it, and they result was just as I hoped. They completely satisfy your chocolate cravings, but they are still only around 110 calorie per muffins, so they are actually lunch box material, what’s not to like?

Ingredients for 10 muffins:

250 gram grated zucchini

70 gram Sukrin Gold (Or sweetener of your choice)

160 gram flour

65 gram dark cocoa powder

30 gram dark chocolate, chopped

2 eggs

120 gram Greek yoghurt 2%

1 vanilla pod

1 tsp. baking soda

1 tsp. baking powder

1 tsp. salt


Preheat the oven for 175 C degrees.

Whip the eggs first, and mix in the Greek yoghurt.

Add the flour and all the spices + the baking soda and baking powder and whip it thoroughly.

Add the grated zucchini and chopped chocolate.

Pour the dough in 10 silicone molds.

Bake them for around 20-22 minutes, depending on the oven.



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Shanghai Noodles


Shanghai Noodles

I kind of have a soft spot for Chinese food, actually for all kinds of Asian food, and one of the best things about this dish is that it has very few ingredients and you can have it ready on the table within 20 minutes. Another great thing is that it’s healthy and low calorie, my version of it only contains 112 calories per. 100 gram.

Ingredients for 4 persons:

For the Chicken marinade:

2 tbs. Soyasauce

2 tbs. Oister sauce

1 tbs. Shaoxing Wine

1 tsp. Sugar

For the rest of the dish:

3 tbs. Grated ginger

3 chopped garlic cloves

5 spring onion

300 gram white cabbage, sliced finely on a mandolin iron or a very sharp knife.

300 gram chicken breast

205 gram Noodles, boiled al dente


2 dl chicken broth

1 tbs. cornstarch

4 tbs. Soya

4 tbs. Hoisin

1 tbs. Shaoxing Wine

1 tsp. Sugar

1 tbs. Sesame Oil


Mix together the chicken and marinade ingredients and set aside for 30 minutes.

Prepare the other ingredients.

Mix the other marinade.

Heath up some sesame oil in the wok in a wok and stir fry the marinated chicken.

Add ginger and garlic.

Add the noodles and pour over the marinade.

Add the cabbage and only give it one more minute.

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Sweet Potato Salad with Pomegranate and Feta


This salad is a perfect winter salad, and it is so healthy and yet filling and delicious, with lots and lots of sweet potato and pomegranate. I had it with small little Greek meatballs and tzatziki, yum perfect winter food.


5 sweet potatoes, cut into cubes

1 tbs. oil

5 tbs. roasted pumpkin seeds

150 gram feta cheese

seeds from one pomegranate





Drizzle the pomegranate cubes with olive oil and salt and pepper and bake them in the oven at 200 degrees in 30-40 minutes.

When they are done you just mix the cubes in a bowl with the rest of the ingredient, voila there you have the easiest and most delicious winter salad.


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Maccheroncini with zucchini, artichoke and tomatoes

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This dish was also one of my favorites during my trip to Puglia, this one we had in Gallipoli, which is a small town by the water in southern Italy. It is super easy and fast to make and perfect if you are having a meat free day.

Ingredients for 2-3 persons:

250 gram Maccheronchini (you can substitute for good quality penne or fusilli pasta if you can’t find it)

1 zucchini

200 gram cherry tomatoes

1 jar of artichokes

1 fresh mozzarella, torn in smaller pieces

3 tbsp. roasted Pine nuts

Olive oil

3 garlic cloves

Salt and pepper

1 deciliter grated parmesan cheese


Preheat the oven on 180 degrees, when the oven is warm enough, put the tomatoes in a dish and drizzle them with some olive oil, bake them in the oven for 30 minutes.

Boil the pasta in salted water.

Heath olive oil in a sauté pan, add some chopped garlic and the zucchini and cook it for a few minutes.

When the pasta and the tomatoes are done, add it do the sauté pan with the rest of the ingredients, cook for a few more minutes and serve it with a little grated parmesan cheese.

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Pancakes with cottage cheese and bananas


OMG these were good, so I ate them all at once, but they would have been perfect as a lunch box snack. I am not sure, but I actually think that cottage cheese is a good ingredient in almost everything, it makes everything taste moist and it is low in calories and high in protein. I have a thing for pancakes, you can make them in all kinds of variations, and they don’t have to be unhealthy, so go for it:

Ingredients for four big pancakes:

1 egg

1-deciliter flour

2 tbs. cottage cheese

½ deciliter milk

Half a banana, sliced

1 tsp. baking powder

1 tbs. vanilla powder


Whisk all the ingredients together, except for the banana.

Pour the dough on a hot pan, and place slices of the banana on the pancake and turn it when it’s ready.

Eat the pancakes, with fresh banana slices, chopped nuts and acacia honey on the top.

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Pistachio Muffins – low calorie


So I have been busy lately, that I have had no time to write any recipes, it’s actually a long time ago  since I made these, they are super delicious and completely low calorie, even though I don’t focus so much on low-calorie food anymore, there will still be room for healthy alternative once in a while, and all January will be filled with low-calorie food only. These muffins are with bananas and pistachio nuts and they are great for a grab and go breakfast or the lunch box, and only 110 calories per muffin, yay 🙂


2 eggs

120 gram Greek Yoghurt

2 large bananas (or tree small)

175 gram wheat flour

3 tbs. pistachio nuts

60 gram Sukrin ( or sweetener of your choice)

25 gram almond meal (you can sub with wheat flour, but almond meal gives them a delicious texture)

1 tsp. cardamom

1 vanilla pod

1 tsp. baking powder


– Preheat the oven for 175 degrees.

– Mash the bananas and mix it with all the wet ingredients.

– Mix all the dry ingredients in a separate bowl, and then mix them with the wet ingredients.

– Pour the dough into 12 silicone molds, sprinkle with a little pistachio nuts and bake them in the oven for 18-20 minutes.

Each of these muffins contains around 110 calories, so they are perfect for a healthy snack and very easy to bring with you, so much better than these muesli bars full of sugar.

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