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 […]
This pumpkin and mushroom risotto is extra delicious with autumn herbs and fried sage. This gives the risotto a crispy and savory addition.
An easy dessert with oven roasted pineapple, warm the very best! Serve with some vanilla ice cream to complete this amazing dessert.
An easy way to store quinces, so you can enjoy them all year round. This quince chutney is sweet and sour at the same time, a perfect side dish!
A spiced apple pie with refreshing apples, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and more. Surprising flavours, a lovely variation on the classic pie!
You’ve probably never heard of watalappan, a wata.. what? Yes, a cardamom coconut custard from Sri Lanka. Filled with autumn spices!
This classic Dutch spice mix, speculaaskruiden, are used for a lot of Sinterklaas recipes. You know, the traditional holiday for children at the end of the year. Yes, the one with ‘zwarte piet’ (black pete) but we’re not going to talk about that. There are a lot of Dutch recipes using this spice mix, such […]
One-pot whole roasted chicken with fennel perfect for spring or summer. Using fresh vegetables and herbs, your whole house will smell amazing!
Earlier we wrote about nasi goreng spice mix, how easy it is to make your own. There isn’t an enormous difference between the two spice mixes, so you can use them for nasi and/or bami. We tried to figure out the theoretical difference, but without success. So this difference is more an opinion than a fact. Ingredients […]
Serve a warm side dish this Christmas, a venison (deer steak) with fresh figs and cinnamon foam is a great example of this!
A sweet and sour kaki chutney with diced apple and lot’s of herbs. Amazing sauce for turkey or chicken. Ready in about half an hour.
Making your own Indonesian rendang isn’t as hard as it may seem! It’s a delicious beef stew with lime, coocnut and a lot of herbs.