A classic hachee is a Dutch beef stew with only a few ingredients. Seasoned with dark beer, bay leaves and cloves. Mmm!
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 […]
This type of braised pork shoulder is an old fashioned French recipe with red wine and spices. The meat is very tender and soft.
A delicious and creamy celery root soup with bacon fat and croutons. Yes really, bacon fat for an extra hearty and tasteful soup.
Slow-braised beef is an old-fashioned Dutch stewing meat, this recipe comes from my grandma. My dad stills cooks it quite often, love it!
Are you looking for a cheaper alternative as a show stopper at the Christmas dinner? We recommend oven-roasted pork loin with rosemary and potatoes!
Almost everybody knows a classic vitello tonnato, but have you ever made it yourself? Slowly cook the veal for a flavor explosion!
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.
You will definitely surprise every one with this beverage. Who will expect a Warming winter apple aperitif at a Christmas dinner?
Choucroute garnie is a French one-pot dish with sauerkraut, pork meats and white wine. Served with mustard. Ready in less than an hour.
A Dutch brown bean soup is a lovely classic winter soup. Perfect for those cold days, served with bread. Ready in 45 minutes.
A lot of people in the south of the Netherlands serve rabbit legs for Christmas. This recipe for Dutch sweet and sour rabbit goes way back in my family.