Today's offer is a one-pot dish, satisfying and delicious, which will bring pleasure to the fussiest eaters. I prepare it when I want something warm during a long autumn afternoon or when I am too lazy to make a second dish. After this dish it isn't necessary. It is also perfect on a camping trip. You need only a portable stove, one big pot and of course the ingredients. Less mess means less washing up. And it is nice little change when cooking in makeshift conditions.

500g of mincemeat
1 leek
3 cheese spreads
1l of vegetable bouillon
1 tin of sweetcorn
1 bunch of asparagus spears
1 small onion
2 cloves of garlic
1 chili pepper
1 tin of coconut milk
1 bay leaf
2 allspices
2 tablespoons of oil
salt and pepper
2 tablespoons of chopped chives


This is not the first time I've said that I like to give culinary pleasure to my relatives. My daughter says that her sides are becoming dangerously round, but she can't say no to my delicacies. Round sides are a joke, because she trains so intensively there is no danger of this. The easiest way to give my son pleasure is make any type of pancakes. So I don't make always the same kind, I play and experiment with the ingredients, adding new bonuses and fruit. It pleases me all the more that my son eats them in industrial quantities.

Today I made delicious lemon-poppy seed pancakes. They were perfect with maple syrup and fresh fruit. I recommend them.

200g of kefir
2 eggs
150g of flour
1 teaspoon of baking powder
half a teaspoon of baking soda
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
2-3 tablespoons of lemon juice
2 tablespoons of poppy seeds
1 tablespoon of lemon zest
2 tablespoons of oil


Lately I asked my children which fish dish they like the most. In first place outside the home is always fried zander in Pomorski Kamień. At home in first place was fried salmon with lemon sauce. Depending on the season I serve it with potatoes, purée, rice, cauliflower or broccoli. Usually I serve it with fresh salad. Cooked vegetables are a good way to eat the rest of the lemon sauce. Today I chose new potatoes and steamed asparagus spears. The potatoes were of course cooked in their skins and served with butter and dill. I don't marvel at my children's choice. I also love this dish.

Ingredients (for 2 people)
300g of salmon
1 teaspoon of lemon pepper
2 twigs of thyme
lemon zest from one lemon
1 tablespoon of clarified butter
1 bunch of green asparagus spears
4-6 new potatoes
1 teaspoon of butter
2 teaspoons of chopped dill
3 tablespoons of butter
2 tablespoons of flour
200ml of bouillon
50ml of 30% sweet cream
3 tablespoons of lemon juice
1 tablespoon of lemon zest
1 tablespoon of chopped dill
a pinch of curcuma


On hot days I don't want to stay in the kitchen preparing meals for the whole family. However, I know that whatever the weather, my family and I like to eat something sweet for dessert. So as not to stand in a hot kitchen at the hottest time of the day, I try to prepare as much as I can the evening before, when the aura is kinder for home cooks.

My proposition for today – three-ply strawberry cheesecake served cold – is amazing in this regard. The whole dessert can be prepared the day before, and after dinner you can make aromatic coffee and just take the dessert out of the fridge. My cheesecake contains three layers, but each one is different. The dessert has another advantage. I didn't add a single teaspoon of sugar. It is light, refreshing and full of strawberries. So if it isn't sweet enough for you, you can use vanilla fromage frais instead of yogurt.

Ingredients (20-cm cake tin)
1st layer
350ml of natural yoghurt
150ml of blended strawberries
2-3 teaspoons of gelatine
a couple of tablespoons of hot water
Dissolve the gelatine in the hot water. Cool it down but don't let it set. Mix the yoghurt with the blended strawberries. Add the gelatine and mix it in thoroughly. Pour the first layer into the cake tin and leave in the fridge until it has set.


I think that new potatoes are already everywhere. We really like them, especially prepared in their skins and served traditionally with butter and dill. Add cold kefir or natural yogurt plus fried eggs, and you have a dinner for a hot day.

Today I want to offer you a simple Polish dish, which is also perfect for a quick lunch or snack on a summer day. Pyry z gzikiem (potatoes with spicy cottage cheese) are potatoes cooked in their skin (they don't have to be new – but now they are the best) served with a spicy version of curd cheese. It's enough to add chives, dill, salt and pepper, but I also added a lot of radish, which I really like and goes perfectly with curd cheese and potatoes. Golden fried bacon was the finishing touch. You can leave it out, but if there is a carnivore in your house, the dinner won't be complete without it Mrugnięcie

Ingredients (for 2 people)
4 new potatoes
200g of cottage cheese
100ml of natural yoghurt
6-8 radishes
3 tablespoons of chopped dill
3 tablespoons of chopped chives
chopped chili pepper
100g of smoked bacon
salt and pepper

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