Ropa vieja, a delicious Cuban stew with spices, peppers and olives. Can be made in a slow cooker or Dutch oven. Serve with rice, beans and banana.
Garam masala, an Indian spice mix you can buy almost everywhere. You can also make your own mix, if you run out of garam masala but you still have all the spices separately in your cupboard. Or maybe you live abroad and you can’t find the mixture in the supermarket. This spice mix doesn’t have […]
These slow cooker chicken thighs with tomato sauce are extra delicious with soy sauce, ginger and bit of spiciness. Serve with rice and cashew nuts.
This patty pan squash and coconut soup resembles the flavors of a curry. Also delicious with extra chicken, the fried coconut gives the soup extra texture.
This tomato-tamarind chutney is a bit sweet, but also extra delicious with juicy tomatoes and ginger. Goes perfect with Indian samosas.
Lapis Daging is a delicious Indonesian stew with lots of spices, lime and ketjap. With an easy and amazing homemade spice paste.
A lovely heart warming dish made with fresh ingredients. This black pepper and lime beef stir-fry is ready in less than half an hour.
A coconut-curry chicken soup is filled with spices and a homemade mild curry paste. Ready in about 40 minutes, a perfect filling soup for lunch.
An explosion of flavours can be expected from this black pepper chicken. A bit of spiciness and saltiness, perfectly balanced. Served with rice and naan bread.
Making your own gyros spice mix is easy and so much tastier than store-bought spice mixes. An extra positive thing is creating them exactly to your own taste and they’re less salty. 2 teaspoons dried oregano 2 teaspoons dried thyme 1 teaspoon dried parsley large pinch of (black) pepper 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon […]
Dip a piece of bread in olive oil and then into this delicious dukkah (-dugga, -dukka). Great as a appetizer, origins in Egypt.
Make your own Turkish pizza from scratch! Delicious thin crust, minced meat filling and fresh vegetables with garlic sauce on top. Enjoy!