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Tilslørte Bondepiker #FoodBloggerLove


I joined this annual #FoodBloggerLove exchange that the team at The PinterTest Kitchen is coordinating. Very similar to the Secret Recipe Club to which I belonged for several years, we were assigned another blog, explored, then selected one of their recipes to cook and post. What fun!

I received Cook's Hideout, written by Pavani. You can also find her on Facebook, on Pinterest, on Instagram, and on Twitter.

Though Pavani hails from Hyderabad, a bustling city in South India, she currently live in New Jersey with her family. She explains the blog's name: "When I decided to start a food blog way back in 2006 and was thinking of a name for the blog, I remembered my husband telling about his favorite food joint called “Hideout” in Davangere, Karnataka (also in Southern India). I thought that was an apt name for the kitchen where I love to hide and cook, so that’s how the name “Cook’s Hideout” came into being.

I was intrigued by the multitude of Indian recipes, such as her Hyderabadi recipes (here), Gujarati recipes (here), and Bengali recipes (here). She has a few 3-Ingredient recipes (here) and 30-Minute Meals (here). Pavani's blog is a great resource and inspiration. I look forward to coming back to her posts again and again.


Though I wanted to try some of her Indian recipes, I had a glut of apples, from a local organic farm, and decided to try the Norwegian Apple Triffle by Cook's Hideout. I actually served this for breakfast one lazy weekend in January. My boys were so excited.

"Mom," gushed R, "what did we do to deserve this for breakfast?"

Nothing. I needed to make it for a blogpost.

"Have I mentioned recently how much I love your blogposts?!" said Jake.

And the little one was silent as he was busy stuffing his mouth with this Norwegian deliciousness.

They liked it so much, I've made it two times since. I did adapt the recipe to be gluten-free so my husband could indulge, too. He was grateful.

Tilslørte Bondepiker
slightly adapted from Norwegian Apple Triffle by Cook's Hideout

Ingredients

  • 6 organic apples, peeled, cored, and thinly sliced (I used a mandolin slicer)
  • 2 to 3 T organic granulated sugar
  • 3/4 C water
  • ½ t vanilla bean paste
  • ½t ground ginger
  • 1 t ground cinnamon
  • 4 to 5 cookies (I used gluten-free cookies)
  • ½ C heavy whipping cream


Procedure
In medium skillet, combine sliced apple, sugar, water, vanilla paste, ground ginger, and ground cinnamon. Cover and cook till the apples are very soft. 

Crumble the cookies into coarse crumbs.

In the meantime, whip the cream until soft peaks form.

To assemble: Place 1 to 2 T compote in the bottom of an individual serving dish or glass. Add 1 to 2 T whipped cream. Add 1 t cookie crumbles. Repeat layers until the dish is full. Serve immediately.


Here's the rest of the #FoodBloggerLove exchange...




Comments

  1. Wow...You really did splurge letting them have this for breakfast LOL. I am thinking it would make a wonderful dessert.

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    1. I did a version of this for a the dessert course of a cooking class-dinner I led this weekend. It was a hit!

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  2. My fellas love blog recipe try-out days! (well, except for when they have to wait to start dinner after the photos are done...)
    And I would have no problem serving this to them for breakfast! Like my grandpa would always say to my grandma when she chided him for eating her date-filled oatmeal cookies for breakfast "Fruit & cereal, Florence, it's just fruit & cereal." :)

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  3. I love Pavani's blog! What a delicious sounding breakfast!

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  4. This sounds so delicious and inviting! I would have it for breakfast and a dessert! #FoodBloggerLove

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  5. what a great breakfast! you always make such creative dishes, cam!

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  6. Trifle for breakfast, the thought itself brings a smile to my face!! I think I will make this as well - may be use yogurt instead of whipped cream.

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  7. I bet your little one was excited to wake up to a breakfast like this. I would too. What a wonderful dish.

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