Salt-cured salmon (mazsālīts lasis) has been a delicacy for a while - it was served to upper classes and was highly regarded in the Late Middle Ages, while in early 20th century sugar was added to the recipe, making cured salmon a popular party treat. When I was growing up, cured salmon sandwiches was an…
Christmas in Latvia cannot be imagined without baking tray upon tray of gingerbread (piparkūkas). It is a national pastime in the days leading up to Christmas - store brought gingerbread just won't do. However, majority will be happy to use store-brought gingerbread dough and every self respecting bakery and supermarket will have it for sale.…
Yeast pancakes with mixed berry jam and sour cream used to be (and probably still are) dessert staple in Latvian schools. They are more time consuming to make, but the thick, wholesome and bread like treats are well worth it. [amd-zlrecipe-recipe:19]
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