Steamed Lemon and Thyme Cake

This steamed lemon and thyme cake, is sweet with a hint of sour lemon. It’s also pretty much impossible to overcook. How good is that?

Carrot and Chili Pickle

This carrot and chili pickle looks a little bit like molten lava. And admittedly, it also tastes like it. If you like spicy condiments however, you should definitely give this recipe a try.

Pickled Ginger

  I don’t use ginger that often, so I found myself throwing away half-used ginger roots far too often. Turning this ginger into pickled ginger and storing it in the fridge has proved to be way more effective. You can simply use pickled ginger instead of fresh ginger. But it can also be a tasty accompaniment… Continue reading Pickled Ginger

Classic Chocolate Mousse

    This recipe for classic chocolate mousse is super simple and you only need 4 ingredients. The taste of it is rich but it has a very light texture. It doesn’t contain a lot of sugar and isn’t overly sweet. Which gives the taste of the chocolate a real chance to shine.

Amaretto Sour Poached Pears

  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.

Nutty Polenta Cake

  This nutty polenta cake is lovely and crumbly. The various nuts in this cake add taste and texture. While autumn is the perfect time of year to use hazelnuts and walnuts, you don’t have to limit yourself to just those. You can use any nuts you like. Just go with what you like best.

Chunky Apple Cake

  This chunky apple cake is super easy to make. You hardly need any skills at all. You just need to cut some apples, stir some ingredients and operate an oven. Piece of cake, right?

Easy To Make Rhubarb Liqueur

  Making your own liqueur is both simple and rewarding. It tastes great on its own but you can also use it in cocktails. This rhubarb liqueur is sweet, pink and alcoholic: everything it needs to be.

Savoury cheese cruffins

  If pastries are a fixture of your Easter brunch and dinner tables, then these flaky, cheesy cruffins will fit right in. You can make them with either goat cheese or Parmesan. Both are a tasty savoury treat and go especially well with a bowl of soup.