Obviously tapas is great to cook with a coffee maker so I’ve made lots of different dishes these past years. All of today’s tapas are delicious and very easy to cook with a coffee maker. This is how you do it.
- Bacon wrapped date plums
- Date plums
- Cheese filled peppers
- Red onion
- Cayenne Pepper
- Balsamic vinegar
- Serrano Wrapped halloumi
- Camembert with tomato stuff
- Camembert in a size that fits the heater
- Mini tomatoes
- Olive oil
Start the coffee maker and prep the different tapas.
Bacon wrapped date plums
Cut the bacon slices in half and wrap the dates. Fry them on the heater until the bacon gets crispy and golden. Twist and turn occasionally.
Cheese filled peppers
Mix the cheese with chopped onion, a little garlic and season. Cut the top off the peppers and fill it with the delicious goo. Fry them on the heater until they get golden. Twist and turn occasionally.
Drizzle balsamic vinegar over the finished tapas.
Serrano Wrapped Halloumi
Cut halloumi into small pieces and wrap it with slices of serrano. Twist and turn occasionally until it seems finished.
Drizzle some honey over the finished tapas.
Camembert with tomato stuff
Heat a dash of oil in the carafe and add chopped mini tomatoes, parsley and a pinch of salt. Carafe-fry until it has become thoroughly heated.
Grease the heater and place the cheese on it. Fry it approximately 15 minutes on each side. Add the tomato stuff on top on the cheese when finished.
Turn off the coffee maker and serve the different tapas on a fresh bed of arugula.
Prepping of the coffee maker cooked tapas!
Sous chef Zappa helped out as always.
Everything gets better with bacon? I’ve actually tried that and will post the results in another post (it’s not true).
Can-frying of the tomato stuff.
How to cook tapas with your coffee maker.
(approx. 6 sandwiches)
- 12 eggs (6 eggs for decoration)
- 1 dl mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp sour cream
- 1 red onion
- 1 carrot
- Some ham
- A dash of lemon juice
- 1 avocado
- A couple of radishes
- 1 tsp of Scanian mustard (or some other kind if you’re not from Skåne and have a scanian mustard addiction like I do)
- Cayenne pepper
- Beetroot salad
Place eggs in coffee maker can, water into the brewer and start your coffee maker. Cook until the eggs are very hard boiled – at least for a good hour. Meanwhile peel, grate, chop and slice all of the other ingredients. Drain water and put the eggs in cold water for a short while. Turn off coffee maker. Crack egg shells and carefully peel the eggs. Mix eggs with the other ingredients (except for salad, bread, butter and beetroot salad).
Butter a slice of bread, add egg/ham salad, place a couple of lettuce leaves and finish with the egg decor. I made a little egg baby bunny and a chick. The ears of the bunny is a sliced carrot, the nose a piece of radish, the eyes are caprices and chives for whiskers. For the chick I cut a jagged line around the top of the egg. Be sure just to cut the white part of the egg so that it will look like it’s hatching. For eyes I used red onion and the beak and feet are pieces of carrots.
Make sure the hot water cover all of the eggs…
…just like this!
This is my favorite decoration. A cutesie little baby bunny that just got her head blown off by a hunter. The brain substance is beet root salad. Yum!
Photo: Dan Sörensen.
- 2 eggs
- 3 sausages
- Olive oil
Start your coffee maker and heat some oil in the carafe. Crack the eggs into the carafe and carafe-fry for 20 minutes or so. Stir occasionally. Remove when finished.
Pour a dash of oil directly on the heater. Slice the sausages on the ends and put them on the heater. Fry, and turn every now and then, for 20 minutes. Turn off the coffeemaker.
Serve the eggs and and the sausages with a couple of tomato slices. Add salt, pepper and grated parmesan properly so it tastes something.
How to cook scrambled eggs with your coffee maker.
How to fry sausages with your coffee maker