If you need to get up and going, müesli is great. Cereals, nuts, fruit and milk or yogurt make a well balanced breakfast. Now you can prepare your own.
All European countries.
There is no alcohol in this recipe, making it suitable for children, although not for young children as the cheese is very hot to eat and there is the risk of an accident while dipping the bread.
Saffron is used to flavor food and to color it pale golden yellow. Turmeric is often suggested as a substitute for saffron. Although turmeric adds a similar pale yellow color, the flavor is completely different.
Fondue and chocolate, this recipe matches two Swiss well known symbols. Although dessert fondues are relatively modern, wouldn't get you into regional mood dipping pieces of cake into a caquelon of melted chocolate? Wicked!
This cherry bread pudding is good for dessert or to accompany a cup of hot chocolate for an afternoon snack. Very comforting after a brisk walk in the crisp mountain air.
The cheese on top of this soup changes from canton to canton. Expect Gruyere in French cantons, Emmentaler if you are in one of the German cantons, and Parmesan in Italian ones.
Broccoli and cauliflower are included in the list of healthy food and this salad gets the best of both vegetables.
This Alpine omelet is known as cholermues. It is closer to a pancake than to a proper omelet. It is typically served with apples or pears, however, this recipe uses dried fruit in an tangy syrup as filling.
If a visit to Basel is not in your near future, you can still capture the aroma from Imbergasslein when you make these Basel style cookies at home.
Here's a recipe that supplies the perfect early treat to munch on during any holiday or special day. Call it Christmas, birthday, or that Easter egg hunt. This recipe will make six cakes.