Hej dear readers!
Currently we are pretty busy since we have a lot of people visiting us. Anouk’s and my family came right after another and we wanted to show them the best sides and sights of Stockholm! Södermalm, Gamla Stan, Monteliusvägen, Hermans, Botanical Garden, and so on. It seemed like it would be a never ending list with spots we want to share but time is always running. Even we still have to see some places, café’s and restaurants here in Stockholm. But we still have a bit more than two months ahead of us…
Lets switch to this weeks post theme: Zucchini patty recipe! The second recipe which got featured in the THRIVE Magazin in the US. Still proud to have a four site long article written about me in a printed magazine which is available in stores all over the US.
The recipe is originally from my mother because she made the meal quite often when I was a kid. Back then I didn’t like it at all because there were too much vegetables inside 🙂 Times change… A few weeks ago I somehow wanted to recreate this dish from my childhood and it turned out great! You should also give it a try…
- 3 tbsp rye flour
- 2 tbsp wheat flour
- 1 mid to large sized zucchini
- 2 small carrots
- 1 onion
- 1 small garlic clove
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- 2 tsp curry powder
- 1 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- 1/2 tsp nutmeg
- Wash and peel the veggies if they are not organic.
- Grate the zucchini and the carrots in a big bowl.
- Slice the onion and the garlic in very small pieces and add them into the bowl.
- Add the spices and the olive oil.
- Mix everything with a tablespoon or with your hands.
- Add the half of the flour and mix everything again. If you think the patty dough is already sticky enough you don’t need to add the rest of the flour. Otherwise keep adding until the consistency is great.
- Take a tablespoon full of the dough into your hand. Form it to a ball first and then flatten it out. Put it into a pre heated non sticky pan to fry. If it keeps sticking to the ground add a little bit of olive oil. Fry the patties on low heat for 4 minutes on both sides until they are golden brown.
- Enjoy them on a burger, as a side dish or simply with a dip. They are also great together with apple sauce.
You can eat it as a savory dish on a burger or to some side dishes or as a sweet dish with apple sauce. Both is delicious and worth a try!
See you next week and enjoy the food!
PS: We would love to see your creations! #westrayandstayfood