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.
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.
This sunchoke soup with mushrooms, has a lovely earthy taste. The nut-like taste of the sunchokes goes very well with the earthy taste of button mushrooms. A tasty, warming soup with plenty of umami.
If you’re curious about making your own fermented vegetables, making sauerkraut is a great place to start. It’s easy to make and doesn’t require a lot of equipment. You do however need some brawn and a couple of anger issues.
This vegan pumpkin risotto is not just tasty, it’s also very easy to make. Served with some grated vegan cheese, it’s a great plant-based dinner option.
The new year is here and with that the holiday season has come to an end. Lists with 20 ways of detoxing are popping up everywhere, accompanied with pictures of sickly green smoothies. Luckily we don’t make detox smoothies in our tiny Dutch kitchen. We simply continue making tasty food.
However, after all those days of forced togetherness with family, friends and the in-laws, you might be craving some me-time. Just a bit of privacy. Don’t worry, because we have the perfect recipe for you: garlic sauce. More precisely, a Lebanese garlic sauce called toum.