Food-life-hack :)

Hey lovelies!

Do you ever eat pizza? I bet you do, but sometimes, there might be leftovers, right?
At times a cold pizza is fabulous, but at other times, a cold pizza? just doesn’t do the trick.
What do you do then? heat it in the oven, even though it might get “flabby“? The same goes when you try to heat it in the micro-wave-oven.. It annoying, right?

Next time, you want to reheat a pizza-slice, use the toaster!! Brødrister-lyserød

 

 

 

 

 

Sticky drumsticks w. fried rice

Hey guys As promised the other day, here is my recipe for sticky drumsticks and fried rice. It’s super easy  and tastes good – and can easily be used as lunch the next day! IMG_0422 Drumsticks: Lower thighs of chicken – as many as you like  🙂 Ketchup (6-7 table spoons) Brown sugar (3 table spoons) Soy-sauce (a table spoon) Oyster-sauce (1-2 table spoons) Garlic (one or two cloves crushed) if you like a pinch of fresh ginger. So you mix every-thing together, and cover/soak the chicken in the mixture, and place the chicken in a ovenproof tray. If there is anything left of the mixture, pour it over the chicken in the tray. Heat up the oven, on 200c, and when hot put in the chicken for 20-25 min. depending on the size of the chicken. This will keep the drumstick moist, and it won’t go dry 🙂 For the fried-rice, I used this recipe http://www.cookingclassy.com/2014/05/chicken-fried-rice/ I just left out the chicken, since I was making drumsticks 🙂

Croque madame

Some time ago, I was craving croque madame! The ultimate breakfast – doesn’t take a whole lot of time to make, and tastes good cold and hot, can easily be served as a part of the breakfast-table, brunch or as a part of a french-inspired tapas night! 🙂
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You need:
Toast (8)
Eggs (Four fried eggs – smiling!)
Tomatoes (two, cut into fine pieces)
Mustard (2 tablespoons)
Ham
Cheese (grated)
Sour creme (250 gr)

How to:
Pre-heat the oven 200 Celsius
Mix sour creme with the mustard and 100g grated cheese, and season with salt and pepper.
place four slices of toast on a griddle, put a slice of ham on each toast, afterwards you put on the tomatoes, a tablespoon of the mixed sour creme, and some more grated cheese on top. Then you place a slice of toast on top, and bit of butter on each.
Bake in the oven until golden (this is a croque monsieur)
It becomes a croque madame, when you fry the eggs, and put on top of the bread when out of the oven.

This is of course served with either a homemade tomato-sauce, ketchup or homemade tomato-relish 🙂

If you have a day-old croissant, you could then use the croissant instead of the toast, by cutting the top of the croissant..

Enjoy!

A Danish hotdog

Hello y’all 🙂

As I came home from practice today, I was starving, and all I really wanted to eat was a hotdog, you know the good ones, with pickles, tomato sauce, roasted onions etc.
It tasted disgustingly good! & I think I’ll try to make a relish tomorrow to spice the hotdog up a bit and make it a bit more “gourmet”!

I cheated and bought the bread from the store, but if you’re up for it, a good recipe for hotdog buns is this one really good!

    http://www.jasonandshawnda.com/foodiebride/archives/2353/

What to put on the hotdog?
I like Ketchup/tomato sauce, dijon mustard, remoulade (a bit like tartar sauce, but still not exactly the same), onions, pickles, fried onions.

By all means, don’t limit yourself when it comes to creativity and what to put on your hotter or not!

Have a good one!