Chive pannacotta with salmon roses

This dish is beautiful yet simple, and perfect as a dinner starter on a special occasion. 4-6 portions: 4 dl heavy whipping cream 4 gelatine leaves or 2 tsp gelatine powder 1-1,5 dl finely chopped chives pinch of salt pinch of black pepper thinly sliced smoked salmon Put the gelatine leaves (or powder) in cold … Read more

Slow Cooked Salmon

4 people: 600-800 grams of salmon 1 liter water 2 tbsp white wine vinegar 2 tsp salt 6 white peppercorns 3 allspice grains 1 onion 1 carrot – can be excluded 3 bayleaves 4 dill sprigs Peel and divide the vegetables into chunky bits. Put all ingredients except the salmon into the water and let … Read more


Eggmilk has nothing to do with milk – but with eggs. It is a quick and filling meal that you can prepare in advance and bring to work or on a picnic, either hot or cold. It is also great as liquid food when you’re ill or after an operation, as base for a smoothie, … Read more

Cold Herb Sauce

Fried fish is best with simple accessories, I think. A salad and a cold sauce is really all you need. I usually make variations with this as my base: Equal parts mayonnaise and crème fraiche salt and pepper chives, dill or some other finely chopped green stuff Done!

Raspberry Smoothie

Raspberry smoothie A fresh and quick breakfast if you’re not very hungry, can be prepared the evening before. If so, the chia seeds will swell and you will have a thicker smoothie. Vary with blueberries.4 tbsp coconut cream 4 tbsp heavy whipping cream 4 tbsp water ½ dl raspberries 1 tsp chia seeds 1 pinch … Read more

Zucchini Lasagna

6 servings meat sauce made from 500 gr minced meat 2 small or 1 large zucchini 250 g ricotta 100 g grated parmesan, plus some more for sprinkling on top 250 g shredded mozzarella 2 eggs salt and pepper Start by making your favourite simple meat sauce. I used 500 gr of organic minced beef, … Read more

Feta Cheese Pie

A pie is a perfect way to use leftovers. Raid your fridge and toss in whatever you find! Well, almost. Crust: 3 dl almond flour 0,5 dl peeled sesame seeds 1 tablespoon psyllium husk 1 tsp salt 40 g butter 1 egg Put all ingredients in a bowl and make a dough. Use a mixer … Read more

Smoked Mackerel

When I grew up on a tiny island, fish and seafood were staples. My dad used to lay nets and lobster traps on his way to and from work, he was a teacher on the “next” island and went by his own boat every day. Fresh fish was a luxury we just took for granted. … Read more

Café de Paris Butter

Savoury butter, Café de Paris style Keep rolls of your own home made savoury butter in your freezer, take out and cut as many slices as you need while you are cooking. It will elevate any piece of meat, both visually and taste wise, and it is an easy way to up your fats. There … Read more

Cauliflower Soup

This must be one of the easiest and quickest soups ever. And filling too! 4 servings 1 large cauliflower head 1 onion 25 grams / .875 ounces butter 3-4 dl / 21-28 tbsp heavy whipping cream bacon salt, pepper Chop one onion and let it sweat in the butter. Cut a cauliflower head into chunks, … Read more