Muhammara is a red pepper and walnut spread from the Middle East. (Not to be confused with muhammar, which is a rice dish from Bahrein!) It’s a dip that’s very easy and quick to make. It tastes especially great with some fresh pita bread.[Read more…]
Fritters are a great way to make kids eat their vegetables. Because when you eat these you almost forget that you’re eating veggies at all. We usually eat them as a side dish but they work great as appetizers as well.
Fritters are a great dish for using up any left-over vegetables. They’re quick and easy to make. The recipe is also easy to adjust, so you can make your fritters completely to your liking.
If you’ve never eaten Jerusalem artichokes before, this purée will be a perfect introduction. It’s an easy-to-make side dish, that goes great with many things. It goes especially well with smokey flavors.
These poached pears have the sweet yet spicy taste of an amaretto sour cocktail. You can eat them cold, as a sweet dessert. But they’re even better warm, as part of a savoury dish. They go especially well with red meats or game.
This potato soufflé with spinach and roquefort cheese, is light and fluffy in texture but rich in taste. It’s a luxurious side dish, fit for any dinner party. A great recipe for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas season.
This creamy beetroot risotto has a gorgeous red hue and is very easy to make. It works great as a quick dish for weekdays but it can also be a beautiful side dish for your next dinner party.
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.
Why buy a jar of sugary applesauce, when you can easily make your own? This applesauce is delicious and simple to make. Because it has no added sugar, it’s actually healthy as well.
This pickled fennel is tasty and super easy to make. It’s crisp, crunchy and perfect for giving a fresh anise touch to any of your dishes. It works great with fish, as a side dish or to garnish a sandwich.