Rachel Khoo

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October 15th, 2018

Recipe: Falafels Swedish-Style with Red Cabbage and Dill

I found out there’s a bit of a falafel restaurant scene in Malmö, the biggest southern city in Sweden. It’s hardly a surprise when you think about it, given the deep national love for meatballs (as well as their beany counterparts). You could fry these as you would [...]

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October 8th, 2018

Recipe: Red Caviar Sandwich Cakes

Inspired by classic Swedish savouries such as smörgåstårta (a sandwich ‘cake’, with bread for the layers), this is a total, utter mash-up, but absolutely delicious. To achieve the ‘red velvet’ look in the picture, you’ll need my homemade beetroot flatbreads; otherwise use a [...]

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October 1st, 2018

Recipe: Beetroot Flatbreads

Of course flatbreads aren’t usually hot pink like these, but who says bread always has to be white or brown? These are great for filling (think packed lunches and picnics) or transformed into my Red Caviar Sandwich Cake. Beetroot Flatbreads Makes 6 flatbreads Ingredients: [...]

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September 17th, 2018

Recipe: Potato and Pea Dumplings

These tennis-ball-sized potato dumplings are the Björn Borg of the dumpling world. They are old-school champions, and can be boiled or fried, filled or unfilled (and differ in other ways, depending on which regional variety you make: Smålandska dumplings sink when they are [...]

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September 3rd, 2018

Recipe: Apple and Cheese Spelt Buns

After spending countless bus journeys and trips to Heathrow on my favourite app, DuoLingo, I picked up my firsts tidbits of conversational Swedish. One of the first words I learnt was bullar, or buns. Luckily for my language skills (and my appetite!) buns are extremely [...]

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July 26th, 2018

Recipe: Roasted Butternut Squash Waffles

My first Swedish waffle experience was at Skansen – a small, traditional zoo in Stockholm. Working my way through the food market, I could see lots of hungry zoo-goers cradling portions of waffles with a mountain of cream and jam. I knew I had to try one and, of course, I [...]

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March 2nd, 2018

Recipe: Shitake Dashi with quick cooked scallops

Photo: Laura Edwards Food styling: Frankie Unsworth Note: These are recipes inspired by my trip to Japan in 2014 (Tokyo-Kyoto-Osaka-Chibu). The trip inspired me on many levels. I’ve had a lot of lovely messages from you guys who live there asking for Japanese inspired [...]

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March 1st, 2018

Recipe: Radicchio, clementine and burrata bowls

The tail end of winter has to be celebrated and what better way to celebrate than with the last clementines and some radicchio. The colours look amazing on the plate and the flavours also work together like a treat too. Bitter radicchio + sweet acidic clementines + creamy buratta =  a simple salad packed with flavour.

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