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    Our easy nettle pesto recipe

    By Hyggestyle on April 25, 2017
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    Fresh nettle pesto Nettle is a superfood, fun to forage and best of all, free! Bang full of vitamins and minerals, once prepared they are great in any recipe where you would use spinach. We love them stirred through fresh pasta with a little butter and salt, or in a quiche with cheese and bacon. This easy nettle pesto recipe

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    How to make traditional Hokey Pokey Honeycomb

    By Hyggestyle on March 31, 2017
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    I tried making honeycomb a couple of times before and on both occasions it resulted in a sticky nightmare and the throwing-away of a hitherto perfectly acceptable saucepan. However the use of a thermometer has transformed the cooking process and now it never fails; I use slightly less bicarbonate of soda than other recipes as I find it can make

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    Bex’s grandmother’s Danish rødkål red cabbage recipe

    By Hyggestyle on March 22, 2017
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    Red cabbage is traditionally served on Christmas Eve with roast goose or duck, as its sweet/sour flavour cuts through the richness of the meat beautifully. It is traditional in our house to make it the day before Christmas Eve, as the smell fills the house and gets everyone excited about the party to come. I love it served hot with

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    Our top ten great Danish sayings

    By Hyggestyle on March 3, 2017
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    Ah, idiom is a wonderful thing. Here are our favourite Danish sayings; here in the office we are particularly fond of commenting on the thickness of other people’s sandwiches, so the idea of a horse having a birthday lunch makes us very happy indeed. Det blæser en halv pelican This literally translates as it’s blowing half a pelican and means

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    Danish Agurkesalat Pickled Cucumber Salad

    By Hyggestyle on March 3, 2017
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      This easy pickled cucumber salad recipe adds a lovely fresh taste to any open sandwiches or pork dish; serve with hot dogs, roast pork or even prawn salad. My grandmother always said that you should cut the cucumber as thin as possible, so it is floppy! Ingredients 1 cucumber, sliced 1 cup of white vinegar (although I often use