My American husband loves it so much, that he calls it “This is one of my favorites!”
I am sharing with you my family recipe. My gradma Julia uset to make it all the time and seems like it tastes just like hers.
Argentinian blood sausage tastes just the same as Lithuanian blood sausage. So if you want to try some Lithuanian cusine flavors, this is the one.
Each summer we would be waiting impatiently for 1st vegetables to ripe so we would be able to make this delicious, refreshing salad.
This is absolutely delicious twisted recipe of roasted chicken legs. My grandma used to make stuffed whole chicken and this is a small version of it. Maybe one day I will show you how to debone whole chicken and stuff it.
This salad was very popular 10-15 years ago and still is in Lithuanian parties. My dear friend Rasele taught me maybe 20 years ago how to make it and Today I would like to share it with you. It requires just a few ingredients, quick chopping, mix and that’s it.
This time I am sharing my daughter’s favorite autumn soup recipe. When kids are small and you want them to eat more vegetables, you come up with some fun names so they would like it. I am not sure if it was the name, or she actually liked the soup, but it is her favorite. Now she is a few days before her 19th birthday and she still asks for this soup every year. It freezes very well. Let me show you how I make it.
Quick, romantic brunch in 15-20 min! How cool is that!? High-fat foods help produce sex hormones, caviar is one of them and known as an aphrodisiac.
This is the way Lithuanians would fry fish. Very simple, crispy fish. Usually in our house we would use carp, but you can choose any other fresh water fish and use the same method. It’s very tasty served hot or at room temperature.
This soup is very popular in Easter Europe. Every country adjust it by it’s own taste. I grew up in Žemaitija (Samogitija, the region in Lithuania, close to Latvia border), so my Cold Summer Soup is influenced by Latvia. It is very refreshing dish, light and super easy to make. Let me share with you my version of Šaltibarščiai.