A classic cookie that’s served during Sinterklaas, a holiday for children in the Netherlands. Gevulde speculaas is a lovely spiced cookie with almond paste.
brown caster sugar
This yuzu marinated chicken with garlic and ginger is great all year round. This Japanese citrus can also be substituted with lime or lemon.
This oriental salad with yuzu dressing is a delicious and refreshing side dish. With lots of veggies, peanuts and a dressing made of citrus.
This homemade seroendeng is a delicious side dish from Indonesia. The spices and coconut fills your house with the most A-MA-ZING smells.
This easy barbecue sauce is ready within 5 minutes. A delicious addition for your burger or quesadilla, with just 5 ingredients.
These spicy meatballs are seasoned with chorizo and ready in less than half an hour. Perfect as a snack or at you next party.
This no-bake pumpkin cheesecake is a delicious fall pie. Perfect if you haven’t got an oven. But can you wait until the pie is firm?
This pad thai is made with rice noodles, chicken, lime, peanuts and more. Ready within half an hour. Classic Thai streetfood, made in a wok.
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.
When I was little my mom already used this classic Dutch speculaas recipe to create cookies with us during Sinterklaas.
Sinterklaas is a Dutch holiday, which can’t happen without a large bag of kruidnoten. Homemade they’re even better and it’s also very easy.
You’ve probably never heard of watalappan, a wata.. what? Yes, a cardamom coconut custard from Sri Lanka. Filled with autumn spices!