Recipe for rosehip ketchup


Rosehip ketchup is really good! Pick in the garden or orchards or gather in the natural pantry. Chef John Julius Berggren at Villa Talliden shows how easy it is to cook it.

Rosehip puree (ground fresh rosehips)

White wine vinegar

Honey

Icing sugar

Worchestershire sauce

Season with celery salt

Mix to taste. Use immediately. For longer shelf life, first boil the sauce and pour directly into a bottle or jar, then it stays in the fridge for a while.

Tip: You can clean and freeze the rosehips, to refine them later if you do not have time immediately.


This year we have further developed and refined the recipe. Now our rosehip ketchup is completely free of refined sugar!

Ingredients

5 dl unsweetened rosehip puree
1 yellow onion
1 clove of garlic
1 cm ginger
3 tablespoons olive oil
0.75 dl apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoon soy
1 teaspoon tamarind pasta
1/2 teaspoon cayenne powder
1/2 teaspoon ground white pepper
1/2 cinnamon
2 dl coarsely chopped dates
1/2 dl raisins
1/2 cup coarsely chopped dried apricots
1 cream white stevia powder
5 dl water

Do this:

Heat 2 tablespoons oil in a large saucepan, chop the onion and let it fry in the oil for a while. Chop garlic, ginger and dried fruits and place in saucepan. Lower the heat and fry everything for a few minutes. Pour over vinegar, soy, tamarind paste and stir in all the spices. Stir in some of the rosehip puree and some of the water. Mix to a smooth batter and then stir in the rest of the puree and as much water as you think will be good. Taste with a little salt if you think it is needed. Let the ketchup simmer on low heat for a while. Meanwhile, clean jars and sterilize with boiling water. Pour the ketchup and seal well. Unopened, it stays in the fridge for several months.

Emilia Blom


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If you like home cooking, root mash is a given favorite. Here you get recipes for real root mash from the Turnip Academy.

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By Redaktionen, Published 2021-03-30 11:02, updated 2021-04-01 10:53

Photo: Erik Karlsson

After the Easter meal, it can be extra tasty with a healthy and fresh dessert. For example, treat to crispy lemon meringues or a white chocolate mousse with berries. For those who are craving something more decadent, we suggest a roll cake with a taste of coffee or a delicious chocolate cake with fudge blanket. Here is something for everyone!

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Chocolate cake

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Meringue bowls with lemon curd

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Garden on prescription?

Most of the times I have been out in my or other people's gardens, I have gained new energy and feel both more alert and happier. Anyone who recognize themselves?

I believe that gardening on prescription could change many people's lives and recovery - we can well call it A Green Recipe.

A few weeks ago I was at Ryhov County Hospital in Jönköping. When you sit there as a relative and wait and maybe do not feel like running into a noisy shopping center but you want to get strength and energy and maybe calm your nervousness a bit, I was so happy when I saw some signs in the foyer - a map showed that one could walk a loop around the area. One short, one a little longer.

The sun was shining and I needed to get some air and think of something else. Followed the signs and took a walk. Out in the autumn, out in the sun and all of a sudden I meet a new sign - "Training Garden".

Here grew sunflowers, perennials, edibles, herbs, etc. and in the middle of it all I hear a rippling water. I feel such calm when I hear water.

Nearby I also found some benches where I could sit down and enjoy beautiful flowers.

When I came back to the hospital again, I had fresh air and a little more energy and energy. How important it is with green areas and small oases in the middle of buildings and concrete. It is becoming a softer and more welcoming environment. A place to breathe.

Some who added to my energy were Pop-Ulla & the clown Plopp who I ran on in the corridors. What sunflowers!

Many years ago, I worked in elderly care and in the courtyard, a gazebo had been built where, among other things, grapes grew. Several times I took the residents who wanted to go out in the greenhouse heat and picked grapes. As they tasted and so happy they were and enjoyed. A little excursion, to the heat, to the green - it made their day.

I hope for more green recipes in the future. It is one of the ways I think to better health.


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With a well-stocked freezer and dried mushrooms, you have the luxury of extending the season. So take a toll on the autumn and summer freezers.

The recipe comes from master chef Tommy Myllymäkis Myllymäki's menus, a fun-filled cookbook for anyone who likes well-cooked food according to the season.

Myllymäki's menus, Tommy Myllymäki's seventh cookbook, contain his own favorite recipes with ingredients after the season. PHOTO: Björn Ceder


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