2 edition of Cooking Estonian style found in the catalog.
Cooking Estonian style
|Statement||Hilja Treumut, Viivi Piirisild ; edited by Viivi Piirisild ; cover and ill. by Tiiu Pessa.|
|Contributions||Piirisild, Viivi, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TX723.5.E8 T73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||78053172|
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Cooking Estonian Style Paperback – September 1, by Hilja Treumut (Author), Ciici Piirisild (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ Author: Hilja Treumut, Viivi Piirisild, Tiiu Pessa.
Excellent. The first two chapters of the book are on the history and culture of Estonia, the rest is filled with loads of interesting Estonian recipes. I wish there were photos of the finished recipes however the book is well written and cooking instructions are very clear and easy to follow/5(32).
The Food and Cooking of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania: Traditions, Ingredients, Tastes and Techniques in 60 Classic Recipes Silvena Johen. out of 5 stars Hardcover. $ Estonian Tastes & Traditions Karin Annus Kärner. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ Next.5/5(1). What an amazing book. I grew up in Latvia with some Lithuanian and Estonian influences in our kitchen and I can say the recipes in this book are spot on.
There are lots of ‘baltic’ recipes and restaurants / shops out there but they are usually mostly Russian or Polish so I /5(32). - Explore Carla Mink's board "Estonian Recipes", followed by people on Pinterest.
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The country of Estonia has been invaded by many nations throughout the centuries yet always maintaining its identity autonomously.
The Estonians adapted the foreign cultural concepts of the invaders and blended them with their own, including cooking concepts. Because many of the ingredients were found only locally, Estonian cuisine preserved its individuality.
The proud and strong people of. Estonia is such a rich place. There is no way you can call the land of four seasons poor. The seasons bring diversity in nature and food and force us to be inventive when it comes to preparing and preserving food.
These recipes use old Estonian methods of food. Estonian style biscuit cake is essentially a layered cake with creamy curd cheese and sweet square biscuits made of condensed milk. There's a variety of Italian biscuits that are very similar in their favour that can be used as a replacement for the traditional Kalev biscuits.
eBooks - Language: Estonian - Download free eBooks or read books online for free. Discover new authors and their books in our eBook community. Attempted my first Seljanka today (posted on Estonian Cooking and Cooking on March 2, ) with excellent results. First bought a large beef soup bone which I roasted in the oven at about for 30 minutes.
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It is a beautifully illustrated book. Wish the recipes were divided separately into three Baltic State categories. I am a bit disappointed with the Estonian recipes, she left out the traditional Estonian recipes of sult, kringel and roosa s:.
The only book widely available on Estonian food and cooking, 'Estonian Tastes and Traditions' completes Hippocrene's coverage of the cuisines of the Baltic region.
Estonian food is simple, based on such staples as potatoes, pork, sauerkraut, preserved fish, and dark bread. This comprehensive volume contains traditional recipes for such dishes as Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage (Magushapu 5/5(2).8x8 Square Pan I love the casual, everyday feel of Estonian Apple Cake cut into easy squares.
Over time, I use an 8x8 pan for this cake more often than other pans. 9-Inch Round Cake Pan A round pan makes for more elegant pie-shaped slices, the kind you'd put on a dessert plate to serve with vanilla cream sauce or whipped cream or even a scoop of ice cream.Ingredients 5 kg white cabbage (remove the rootstock and cut in thin slices) 2 carrots caraway seed 80 g salt 10 g brown sugar Directions Use a stainless steel bucket, a large glass pot or a glazed, lead free pot you also need a cloth mesh or thin cotton cloth, a weight for example a can filled with water or a carefully cleaned rock (boil it).
Start with a layer of cabbage, about 2 cm thick.