Chicory wrapped in ham and covered in cheesesauce, is a classic Belgian recipe. It’s not necessarily a healthy recipe, but as a comfort food it’s perfect.
This mince Wellington with cranberries and feta cheese, is just as tasty as a traditional beef Wellington. It’s a lot more economical though! It doesn’t take a lot of time to prepare, as the oven will do most of the work.
Satay is a popular dish all over southeast Asia. People prepare it differently, depending on the region. The best definition of satay is probably: “seasoned, skewered and grilled meat, served with a sauce”. The Indonesian version of pork satay, is sate babi. That is also the dish, I based this recipe on.
Lasagne comes in many different variations. Our version has a béchamel cheese sauce and a tomato sauce with mixed minced meat, carrots and celeriac. Perhaps not traditional but very tasty.
There’s nothing quite like a creamy risotto. Making it the traditional way however, is terribly time-consuming. That is not the case with this easy oven risotto. Just sit back and relax while the oven does all the hard work. The perfect recipe to make after a long busy day.
Dreary winter weather calls for hearty dishes. Food that fills your belly and leaves you with a warm, fuzzy and satisfied feeling. This dish with braised pig’s cheeks and mustard cream sauce, does exactly that. Accompanied by a carrot and potato mash, it has no frills, but lots of favour.