I have no exact quantities, but your experienced chef's minds can figure it out, I suspect For dinner, I baked something that I suspect would be called a casserole. There were 3 layers; bottom layer: sauteed onion, to which I added Surinamese garam masala, fried ti for ti few minutes, then I added ground beef . Cooked it until brown and crumbled. Cooled it, then added soaked raisins. 2nd layer: sauerkraut straight from the packet top layer: mash of potatoes and turnips Wanted to use bread crumbs + butter on top, but had neither. Baked it for about half an hour at 180 C. I really liked it - this weekend has been cold and this was good winter food, that didn't taste too heavy. Next time, I'll try it with lentils instead of beef, and I think I'll add some carrots to the lentils as well. Or walnuts.