dutch babies

Breakfast. Lunch. Dinner. Supper.
Sweet and a little bit fluffy.
This is always an option.
May I present you dutch baby.

90 g butter
110 ml milk
120 g flour
2 eggs
pinch of salt

Heat the oven to 220 C degrees, put in it metal skillet or baking form with butter. Mix flour, eggs, milk and salt in a bowl. (You can beat eggs first to make dutch baby more fluffy.) When the butter is melted, pour the dough in skillet/form.
Bake for about 12 minutes.
Decorate with everything you like.
Like cherries.


"Knedle" means super-duper dumplings

It's all about fall. Rainy or sunny, full of golden-red leaves. It's all about pumpkin too.

But there's this meal. One of the greatest comford food in the world, which makes your stomach warm and happy. Polish knedle.

Yep, they're probably high caloric, but who cares? You can fill them with spinach and pretend they're healthy. Or with ham and parmesan or... whatever you want. Really whatever - sour or sweet.

I chose spinach and feta cheese. It's classic and delicious. The addition tomato puree makes them super special. Because who doesn't like the mix of tomato, spinach and feta?

So here you go. Tomato knedle with spinach and feta cheese. Aka super-duper dumplings.

500 g boiled potatoes
2 tablespoons tomato puree
1 cup flour
1 egg
300 g spinach
20 g feta cheese
2 garlic cloves
1 onion
olive oil, salt and pepper

 Garlic and onion cut into small pieces, add in a pan with heated olive oil. Add spinach, fry for a while, season with salt and pepper. Add feta cheese cutted into cubes.
Squash boiled potatoes, combine with egg, tomato puree and flour - it should look and feel almost like a cake dough. If necessary, add some flour.
 Knead the dough. Form a little balls from it. Flatten the ball, add a teaspoon od spinach filling, bind the edges and form a ball again.
Put in boiling (salted) water until they emerge from it.

You can serve them with butter or some meat, or salad. Just as you wish.