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.
If you’re a fan of soups that have a bit of a kick, this recipe for pinda bravoe is perfect for you. This spicy Surinamese peanut soup is not difficult to make. A bit of tropical heat to combat the cold winter weather.
Osso bucco is an Italian dish of slow-braised veal. In this recipe, it comes with a hearty tomato sauce with lots of herbs. Served with pasta, it’s a great dish for the winter season.
These original Belgian waffles are crisp and fluffy. The batter has both beaten egg whites and yeast in it, which makes these waffles almost lighter than air.
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.
These cheesy risotto balls are a tasty adaptation of the classic Italian arancini. They have a molten mozzarella centre, spicy tomato rice and a crispy outer layer. They work great as both a snack or a starter.
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 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.
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.