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 pork belly curry is filled with spices and the meat is extra tender because it’s marinated overnight. Great with lentils and green beans.
This chicken tikka masala is packed with flavors because of the spices and yogurt marinade. A delicious classic Indian dish that served best with rice.
These spices savory crepes are an amazing side dish to serve a curry. Something different instead of rice. With garlic, ginger and more.
This crème fraîche and cumin salad is super easy. Ready within 10 minutes, a perfect side dish for your next barbecue gathering.
These oven-roasted grilled red pepper falafel are maybe even tastier than the classic version. And healthier, cause they aren’t fried in oil.
With these stir fried ginger-coconut pork chops your meal can’t go wrong! Recipe for 4 people, ready in less than half an hour.
Do you have an extra zucchini and got no idea what to do with it? Try a quick and easy zucchini-cheese bread. Can be served for lunch or as a side dish. Ready within half an hour.
Dip a piece of bread in olive oil and then into this delicious dukkah (-dugga, -dukka). Great as a appetizer, origins in Egypt.
A vegetarian red lentils and broccoli curry with a bit of spiciness. Made from scratch with lots of spices and coconut milk within 40 minutes.
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 […]
Slow cooker pork goulash is a filling and tasteful stew. Great as a weekday meal and it freezes well. Made with bell peppers and onions.