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        11-12-2008, 08:49 PM
      #11
    Green Broke
    How dare you list dessert recipies!!!

    Now i'm going to have to make sweets!!

    Mmm... I love barbecued chicken - we dress ours with half barbecue sauce and half orange marmalade ***mmmm***
         
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        11-13-2008, 03:52 AM
      #12
    Super Moderator
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Joshie    
    What are surly berries? Do you know how many cups are in a deciliter (??2/3 cup)? Do you know if the temp would be better at 375 F or 400 F?
    Surly berries = sour berries e.g lingonberry or anything which isn't sweet but sour (sorry the dictionary that I tend to use give me a translation surly when I asked the translation for sour).

    I'm not sure but the transformer which I found on the web says that 1 deciliter is something around 3.3814 oz if that helps you. I've never used a gauge called cup so I can't estimate it. If that doesn't help you I've a deciliter batcher at home. I can take a picture about it and post it here because it can help you perceive the thing.

    200 C is something around 392 F so maybe 400 would be better.

    (btw, if you know e.g. How many oz a cup is I would appropriate it if you could tell it me too. Or can you even compare these gauges?)
         
        11-13-2008, 08:55 AM
      #13
    Green Broke
    Tamma, there are 8 ounces in one cup
         
        11-13-2008, 01:36 PM
      #14
    Super Moderator
    Ok thanks .
         
        11-13-2008, 03:24 PM
      #15
    Yearling
    Hahah! I think TaMMa was allowing you to try it and taste it and then see how it tastes like...8 or 10 ounce as long as it tastes good .

    Regards
         
        11-19-2008, 04:50 AM
      #16
    Super Moderator
    Here's some recipes I found on the web. Them are very common recipes over our country but maybe not so well-known all around the world. So if you're interested in other cultures and their food you can check this. I paste some recipes I recommend here but because the text I'll write isn't my I want tell the source of the recipes at first.

    The source is Recipes — Virtual Finland. You also find a conversion table of different measures over this site.

    At first I recommend Karelian hot pot to carnivores. I've never cooked it myself but my grandma cooks best Karelian hot pot ever:

    Karelian hot pot:
    Karjalanpaisti

    (for four - five persons)


    - 300 g chuck steak
    - 300 g pork shoulder
    - 300 g stewing lamb or mutton (my note: you can also replace lamb with beef)
    - 2-3 onions
    - 1 1/2 tsp salt
    - 8 allspice
    - water


    Cut the meat into cubes (4x4 cm). There is no need to remove small bones. Put the meat and coarsely chopped onion in layers in a casserole, seasoning each layer with salt and allspice. Add enough water to almost cover the meat.
    Bake without a cover at a moderate temperature, c. 175 °C, for 2 1/2-3 hours. Cover the casserole towards the end of the cooking time. Serve with mashed potato, boiled swedes and lingonberry purée.

    And then pastries which are usually baked for a Pancake Day:

    Runeberg's muffins
    Runebergin tortut

    (for four - five persons)


    Ingredients: - 200 g margarine or butter
    - 2 dl sugar
    - 2 eggs
    - 2 dl wheat flour
    - 1 tsp baking powder
    - 1 tsp ground cardamom
    - 2 dl sweet bread crumbs (e.g. Crumbled biscuits)
    - 2 dl ground almonds (appr. 80 g)
    - 1 dl single cream
    - solid raspberry jam

    To moisten:
    - 2 dl water
    - 1 dl sugar
    - 2-3 tbsp arrack liqueur or rum
    Topping:
    Solid raspberry jam or marmelade
    Icing:
    - 1 dl icing sugar
    - 2 tsp water or lemon juice Preheat the oven to 200°C.
    Grind the almonds and combine them with the bread crumbs. Cream the butter or margarine and sugar together. Add one egg at a time, beating the mixture well after each egg. Combine the flour and baking powder and stir into the mixture.
    Add the cardemom, bread crumbs and almonds and finally the cream. Mix lightly but do not unnecessarily stir the mixture. Grease a muffin mould and put a equal amount of the mixture into the hollows. Leave room for the mixture to raise in the hollows. Using a floured fingertip, press a hole in the middle of each muffin. Place about half a teaspoonful of jam or marmelade on each muffin. Bake in the middle of the oven for about 15 minutes.
    Boil the water and melt the sugar in it. Flavour with the alcohol. Moisten the baked muffins with the liquid. When the muffins are still hot, add another half a teaspoonful of jam in the middle. Let the muffins cool.
    Combine the icing sugar and water or lemon juice in a small bowl. Pour the liquid icing around the jam.

    There's also one more recipe I recommend, you'll find it Cookbook:Karjalanpiirakat - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks (because of the lack of the time I can't paste it just now).
         
        11-19-2008, 06:18 AM
      #17
    Green Broke
    Thanks TaMMa I added it to my favorites.
    The receipes look delieous and I am going to try
    The ones you posted.
         
        11-19-2008, 07:14 AM
      #18
    Super Moderator
    You're welcome
         
        09-26-2009, 08:28 AM
      #19
    Super Moderator
    Ok... Here's a recipe I found recently on the web and think I could try it today. It's called 'a cake for broken hearts' (perhaps it has been meant to put you so high on sugar that you forgot your broken heart? )

    Here's the recipe:

    Part1:

    5 dl flour
    4 dl sugar
    3/4 dl of cocoa
    1 tsp salt
    1 tsp vanilla sugar
    1 tsp soda

    Mix up.

    Part2:

    2 eggs
    250 g quark
    1/2 dl milk
    150 g margarine

    Mix up.

    Mix part 1 and part 2 up and put the batter into a cake tin and bake in 175 C (347 F) around 60 to 70 minutes.

    (Source (in Finnish): SYDÄNSURUJEN KAKKU - Voimahalifoorumi)
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    I'll come back alter and report what kind of cake I managed to bake.
         
        09-26-2009, 09:01 AM
      #20
    Yearling
    Here is my favorite recipe..

    1 cup of Ramen Noodles (flavor of your choice).

    Fill to the dotted line with water.

    Place in microwave for 3minutes.

    Remove from microwave.

    Eat.
         

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