Looking for an amazing and unique Christmas dish? A Holiday wreath pizza looks great and is fun to serve during the Holidays.
Winter asks for a lovely stew, don’t you think? This slow cooker Antillean beef stew is a bit spicy and filled with spices and lots of flavor.
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 […]
A pumpkin and peas bruschetta is an autumn version of the well-known tomato breads.Pumpkin, peas and cheese; an amazing combination.
A lovely, delicious and creamy minced beef and zucchini casserole. With a crunchy cheese and tomatoes topping. Ready within 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.
Making your own spice mixes is so much more delicious than using store-bought mixes, only spices without all kinds of artificial additives and too much salt. With a cabinet filled with spices, you can spice up all your dishes. You can vary endless, try it yourself and you’ll never want to go for store-bought again! […]
You’ve probably seen these rolls before, but instead of wine leaves we’re making swiss chard sarma. Even better! Ready within an hour.
This Jamaican jerk chicken is absolute divine. Flavor combinations of spicy, refreshing and with lots of spices, perfectly balanced!
A super easy and versatile way to make beef or chicken even more delicious. This classic piri piri marinade is refreshing and spicy at the same time.
A quattro formaggi pizza is a vegetarian Italian pizza with 4 cheeses, because what goes best with cheese? MORE cheese! So good!
Cajun spice mix can be bought in most supermarkets, but we bet you have most or all of the ingredients already in your pantry. You can buy and store dried herbs easily, most herbs are already fine enough. In any other case you can use a mortar and pestle to grind the herbs a bit […]