Cheesy cauliflower soup seems complex, but it’s really easy to create. Roasting the cauliflower in the oven first gives it an extra taste explosion!
dry white wine
A french version of a delicious fish soup, but then a very easy bouillabaisse. No trouble with fish bones, but just use fish stock instead to make it easy!
Here in Holland you can eat mussels in almost every restaurant when they’re in season. Served in a pan. Try our Dutch mussels recipe, ready in 15 minutes.
Yes! It’s pumpkin season! Pumpkin risotto has so much flavor to it, it doesn’t need any other flavor to be added. Simple and delicious, just perfect!
Making your own stocks gives that extra flavor to all your soups, stews, sauces and more. Fish stock is light, but flavorful. It doesn’t need much time like other types of stock do. You only have to let it simmer for 30 minutes, otherwise the stock will taste a bit bitter.
Cozze alla tarantina, better known as Italian mussels are ready in 10 minutes. That’s why this flavorful dish is great as a weekday meal.
Spanish meatballs in spicy tomato sauce are most of the time served at parties, but you can of course also eat it as a main course. Ready in 25 minutes.
If you never heard of this French dessert, you definitely have to try lemon flan some time soon. Serve with a lovely syrupy home-made tutti frutti.
So many kinds of mushrooms are in season right now, perfect time to create a lovely and creamy mushroom risotto. Ready in half an hour.
Classic saltimbocca is made from veal cutlets, but you can easily use beef or even chicken. Serve with a silky smooth celeriac puree and Brussels sprouts.
Easy and flavorful courgette spaghetti with shrimp and coconut. Also known as healthy noodles but loved by everyone. Ready in about 15 minutes.
A Hollandaise sauce is one of the 5 mother sauces, that’s why we think it is important for you guys to know how it’s made! The following recipe comes from the big master Escoffier. Auguste Escoffier was a very important French chef.