6 Ingredients | Homemade Swedish Blueberry Spiced Compote Recipe
How to Make Homemade Tasty Swedish Blueberry Spiced Compote. This Recipe is super fast to make and Delicious! Compote is made with whole blueberries.
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1 1/2 cups of blueberries
pinch of cinnamon
pinch of cloves
1 teaspoon of balsamic vinegar
1 tablespoon of sugar
1 tablespoon of cornstarch in water is optional if you like it thicker
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How to Make A Scandinavian Berry Sauce. A Dessert Fruit Sauce Using Strawberries and Blackberries
How to Make A Scandinavain Berry Sauce. A Dessert Fruit Sauce Using Strawberries and Blackberries
Only a few ingredients.
Cheap and easy, this berry sauce is delicious spooned over vanilla ice cream. If you like a warm sauce it is delicious over Danish pancakes, waffles and cheesecake too! It's even great on Danish pancakes too!
With summer coming the farmers markets will have a great assortment of beautiful berries including blueberry, strawberry, blackberry and raspberry.
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Our Mother's Recipes - Fruit Compote
This is the third video in the Our Mothers Recipe series with Dorene Sager and Armin Feldman. They are demonstrating their mother's recipe for fruit compote. This a traditional Jewish recipe usually served on Rosh Hashannah, the Jewish NewYear. It represents a sweet life in the New Year. This recipe can be served as a dessert at any special dinner and is very easy to make. You can find out more about the cookbook on or purchase it on Amazon:
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How To Make Blueberry Compote | A Sweet Pea Chef
Here's a super fast, delicious, and really easy Blueberry Compote recipe for you to enjoy. Learn how to make blueberry compote with just a few simple ingredients. Blueberry Compote is great on waffles, pancakes, oatmeal, and more!
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Berry Compote Breakfast Bowl
This past Thanksgiving, my friend - and chef - Brock Lane introduced me to my favorite breakfast in the world!
He made us this breakfast bowl before the Seattle marathon and the nourishing breakfast bowl became an instant family favorite! It’s fresh, healthy, filling and great for a busy mom-on-the-go. (Plus, the kids LOVE it as much as I do!)
Brock recently came to Austin and showed me how to prep the three easy components. Check out the video to see the bowl is made, then let me know if you like it as much as we do you in the comments!
Filet mignon & blueberry sauce - Grilled on the weber kettle
Filet Mignon with blueberry sauce - Sauce a rich flavorful sauce and such amazing tender peace of meat. Try this video and I am sure you will love it.
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- Filet mignon or a whole tenderloin
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- 1/3 cup red wine
- 1/3 cup beef stock
- 1 cup blueberries
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 tablespoons blueberry jam
- Turn the tenderloin in to filet mignon
- Place a pan over the charcoal and put in the sauce ingredients
- Grill the filet mignon until you have some nice caramelisation
- Set the filet mignon over indirect heat and let it cook until the core temperature becomes 52 degrees Celsius or 125 Fahrenheit.
- When the sauce is reduced to 1/3 add the fresh blueberries
- Rest the filet mignon for 5 minutes and sprinkle with salt and pepper
- Serve on a deep plate and add something green to boost the colors.
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Belgian Breakfast - Cramique, Yoghurt Cakes, Apricot Coulis & Blackberry Jam
How to make Belgian Breakfast Bread - Cramique topped with Ham and Cheese, Little Yoghurt & Dryfruit cakes topped with Apricot Coulis and Blackberry Jam, these are the yummilicious offerings of a full Belgian Breakfast platter. Stick with Nick to know the recipes.
After a wonderful journey of covering various famous breakfast recipes of British, French, Canadian, Italian, American and Spanish it's time to learn the breakfast platter of Belgium.
Cramique / Belgian Breakfast Bread
430g flour / 3 1/2 cups
220g milk/ 1 cup
85g butter / 5 1/2 tbsp
45g sugar / 3 tbsp
5g salt / 1 tsp
25g yeast / 2 tbsp
egg and milk wash for top
butter to toast
Cold cut ham
To lukewarm milk add yeast and let it dissolve. To this mixture add sugar, butter, egg and mix the mixture properly. Take flour in a bowl and add salt, and the wet mixture to it and mix it till it comes together as a soft dough. Cover it with kling film and keep it to rest for 10 mins. After the bread had risen well enough, knead the dough with a very scarcely floured surface. Knead it till it stops sticking to your hands. Keep it again for resting for 30 mins. After the waiting period, flatten the dough out on a surface and add soaked raisins to the flour and mix it lightly, making it like a package. Roll it up forming a log and then put it in a little Teflon bread pan and leave it to rise for 20 mins. Bake it for 40 mins in a pre-heated oven at 190 degrees.
Apricot sauce (coulis d'abricot)
sugar: to taste
butter: 25 gms / 2 tbsp
Salt : to taste
Method: Blend some apricots in a bowl, add some water, sugar, butter and salt, blend it till it forms a puree.
1 cup Blackberries / 120 gms
1 cup sugar / 120 gms
In a sauce pan, cook blackberries and castor sugar on a high flame. Crsuh the blackerries lightly. Once the mixture reaches 105 degress, your jam is ready.
Gâteau minute au yoghurt / Yoghurt Cake
150g yoghurt : 1/2 cup
300g sugar / 1 cup sugar
450g flour / 1 1/2 cup
110ml oil / 7 tbsp
1 1/2tsp baking powder / 7 gms
dried fruits to discretion
Take for egg yolks in a bowl add yoghurt, sugar and blend them well. Add flour and baking powder and mix it with hand mixture, while mixing add vegetable oil to the mixture, after mixing incorporate dried fruits int he mixture with a spatula.
Take 4 egg whites and whisk it till they reach firm peaks. Add 1/3 of the meringue and mix it into the batter and aerate the mixture with the hand mixer, now fold in the rest of the meringue in the mixture gently. Take cupcake moulds and fill it with mixtures and bake them in a preheated oven at 240 degrees for 20 mins.
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How to make Fruit Compote! Stump Kitchen 26
This compote tastes amazing on EVERYTHING!
Recipe for vegan gluten free fruit compote:
About 1.5 cups of fresh or frozen fruit
splash of lemon juice or a tablespoon of jam
1 tablespoon vegan butter
Simmer on medium heat until it thickens
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With an herb and vegetable garden right at the hotel doorsteps, Chef Cédric Coulaut of Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire captures the essence of seasonal ingredients in his dishes. Watch the chef delicately piece together the Hampshire Garden Timbale, before finally topping it off with a Flowery Earl Grey Emulsion for a taste inspired by the picturesque surroundings.
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Were making homemade Magic Shell, the ingenious chocolate sauce that hardens into a crunchy chocolate shell on your ice cream.
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Self-hardening Chocolate Sauce
250 g (~1/2 lb) chocolate, finely chopped
200 g (~1 C) refined coconut oil
125 g (~6T) light corn syrup
Combine all ingredients in a microwave-safe bowl. Heat at 50% powet 15-30 second intervals until chocolate is melted. Store in a tightly sealed container at room temperature. Makes ~2 C.
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Partridge Berry Sauce Recipe (Lingonberry)
Just 2 Ingredients! Very much like cranberry sauce, cranberries can be used in place of the partridge berries to make this sweet tart sauce suitable as a side dish to rice or meats or even tastes great on cheesecake, bread, pancakes or waffles.
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Swedish Apple Cake with Linda Lomelino
Hey guys! We are launching a new mini series here on youtube today. In the next few episodes we will be traveling around Sweden, exploring local food and cooking with friends. We are obsessed with crispy, seasonal apples so in this first episode we are traveling down to Halmstad to pick apples at a farm together with Linda Lomelino and then she bakes a classic Swedish apple cake for us. Hope you enjoy! Please leave us a comment letting us know what you think.
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Äppelgården: B&B, café and cider production run by an older couple. Located in Falkenberg, close to Halmstad.
Rosenhill: Organic fruit farm just outside of Stockholm where you can pick apples and make your own cider (season July – October). Enjoy a nice fika and pick beautiful flowers to take home. Stockholm.
Rudenstam: Large Apple farm in Småland, the café only serves food made of local produce and their apple pie is well known and off course made out of apples from the farm. They have a farm shop, café and own production of cider. It’s beautifully located right by one of Swedens largest lakes, Vättern.
Glorias Äppelgård: Apple farm in Skåne in the south of Sweden. Here you can pick your own apples and eat an apple pie or lunch in the café, the food is almost entirely made out of produce from the farm. They don’t use nuts, gluten or lactose in the café. There is also a B&B on the farm.
Kiviks Musteri: Sweden’s first commercial fruit farm, also located in Skåne in south of Sweden. ECO friendly and only Swedish apples. Guided tours, restaurant and farm shop.
Linda Lomelino’s Swedish Apple Cake
100 g softened butter
175 g sugar
1 large egg
75 g grated almond paste
1/2 tbsp lemon zest
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground cardamom
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
180 g all purpose flour
pinch of salt
125 ml milk of choice, at room temp
3-4 small apples, cored and thinly sliced
1 tbsp sugar, to sprinkle
1 tbsp butter
In a large bowl, beat butter and sugar until pale and fluffy with an electric mixer, about 3 minutes. Mix in the egg, milk, grated almond paste and lemon zest, using a spoon, until just combined.
In another bowl combine all dry ingredients and add the dry ingredients gradually, mixing until just smooth. Pour into a prepared pan.
Arrange the thinly sliced apples on top of the batter, as showed in the video. Sprinkle with sugar and dot with butter on each apple halves.
Place in the oven and bake at 175°C / 350°F for 35-40 minutes or until golden and a cake tester comes out clean. Serve with vanilla sauce.
150 ml (2/3 cup) milk
150 ml (2/3 cup) heavy cream
1/2 vanilla bean
3 large egg yolks
3 tbsp sugar
Pour milk and cream into a saucepan. Scrape the seeds out of the vanilla bean and add seeds and bean to the saucepan. Cook over medium high heat until mixture comes to a boil. Remove from heat, put a lid on the pan and let stand for 5 minutes.
Discard the vanilla bean.
Prepare a bowl with a strainer on top. Put the bowl with the strainer inside in an ice bath if you want to speed up the cooling process. Keep this close by during the next steps.
In a medium bowl, whisk together yolks and sugar until mixture lightens slightly in color. Slowly pour about half of the hot milk mixture over the yolks while whisking. Pour everything back into the pan with the rest of the milk mixture. Put the pan over medium and while constantly stirring, heat until mixture thickens.
When the sauce has thickened, pour it through the strainer down into the bowl. Let cool, then cover with plastic wrap and put in the fridge until completely cold.
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Warm Blueberry Compote! Perfect for Pancakes or Waffles!
Greetings! Breakfast this morning was amazing! Homemade Malted Buttermilk Waffles topped with this warm blueberry compote.
If you think this was hard, think again! You can do this with blueberries, strawberries, apples, bananas, or any fruit you can think of.
I have used a tapioca starch or flour in this recipe to help make it thicken to the right consistency, however if you don't have that you can use corn starch or just leave it out altogether and just simmer for a bit longer. You will end up with an equal result.
I have added a bit of golden syrup to the pan as well to help reduce the chance of crystallization. If you don't have the golden syrup you can use regular corn syrup.
This was wonderful on my waffles this morning and it would be amazing on top of some ice cream or even in a fruit parfait once cooled down. No matter what you do with this you are going to love it.
I considered this a kitchen basic because everyone should know how to make a simple compote. It can be used for so many things, from breakfast to dessert!
I hope you will give this a try and I hope you love it!
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Organic Strawberry Rhubarb Compote Recipe
This Organic Strawberry Rhubarb Compote with Streusel Topping is great for entertaining. It is easy to make and can be made ahead. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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80g non-sugar yogurt
30g peach syrup
200ml heavy cream
100g peach syrup
200g peach syrup
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How to make Summer Fruits Red Wine Jelly
Jelly (or jello) has a bit of a bad rap, but its reputation is undeserved. It's light, cool, refreshing and easy to eat. Perfect for a summer's evening, and this version has the kid's favourite coming of age.
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How to Make Decadent Swedish Meatballs that Put IKEA’s to Shame
Chef Danny at The Arthur J in Manhattan Beach, Calif., shows Playboy senior editor Jeremy Repanich how to make decadent Swedish meatballs. It all begins with the right combination of ground beef, pork and veal mixed with the spices that give the balls their very distinct flavor: freshly grated nutmeg, allspice, and finely ground black pepper. Chef Danny uses the pan with all the leftover fat and juices to make the gravy, which requires anchovies, butter, Mycella blue cheese, toasted flour and veal stock. He rounds out the plate with yukon gold mashed potatoes and a cranberry kumquat compote.
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Coconut Rice Pudding with Berry Sauce
Incredibly delicious coconut rice pudding with berry sauce. Go to jocooks.com for complete recipe.
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Sanna picks the season's last rowan berries and makes a good jelly.