Vegetable stock, it’s so easy and gives every risotto, stew, pasta sauce and any vegetarian dish that extra flavor. It’s a great way to empty your crisper drawer of your fridge. Leftover vegetables, like fennel, leek, carrot and parsley stems can be used in this stock or any other stock for that matter.
Easy and flavorful courgette spaghetti with shrimp and coconut. Also known as healthy noodles but loved by everyone. Ready in about 15 minutes.
Vegetarian stuffed pointed pepper with couscous, black olives and chestnut mushrooms. Perfect as a starter or side dish, ready in 20 minutes.
One of our favorite French baked goods is puff pastry with strawberries. Best known as strawberry eclairs, old school goodness!
Velouté sauce is one of the 5 mother sauces, that’s why we think it is important for you guys to know how it’s made!
Are you ready for summer? We definitely are with these wodka watermelon popsicles! So good we almost didn’t had the patience to wait until they were frozen.
White asparagus and hollandaise sauce is a classic combination, served with a boiled egg, cooked ham and potatoes. Absolutely divine!
Making your own stock is easy, delicious and it’s a good way to empty your fridge. Basically, you can make any kind of stock you want. But now, we’re going to show you how to make a chicken stock full of flavors. Exactly like you’d get in restaurants, which you love, right?
Sausage rolls can be made with flaky dough, but this typical Dutch kind of sausage rolls are healthier using a less fatty home-made dough.
In for a salad that’s ready in less than 10 minutes? Go for this spiral cucumber mini mozzarella salad. Refreshing and delicious!
Chicken enchiladas are a great meal for every occasion. Damn good cheesy tortillas the whole family won’t get enough of.
Only 3 ingredients needed to create an amazing raspberry frozen yogurt. Store in the freezer for your next frozen yogurt craving!