Orange baked ham is the centerpiece of your dinner table. Add a red pepper if you like a hint of hotness, and some honey for the perfect balance.
A positive side effect of creating a stew is that the whole house smells absolutely amazing! This time of the year is great for a wild boar stew, mmm!
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.
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.
Autumn is coming! If we think about autumn, we think about a season filled with great food. Make a large pan with lovely tasting and smelling mushroom stock to store in your freezer. Mushroom stock is a great starter for a soup, stew, risotto, croquettes filling, sauce and so much more.
Next time you’re having chicken, try something different with oven-baked coconut chicken thighs. It will amaze you how easy and flavorful it is!
Oh my.. we’ve just discovered this delicious snack from Suriname. A phulauri with sweet tomato chutney is fried goodness suitable for vegetarians.
Home-made chicken shoarma (shawarma) made from chicken thighs. With an easy dried herbs marinate for an amazing flavor and smell! Ready in about 20 minutes.
Crunchy and light rice paper rolls, filled with fresh vegetables and served with a soy dipping sauce. Full of flavors and gorgeous to look at!
Always wanted to make your own falafel? It’s full of flavors, vegetarian and it only takes a little love and time to make them.
Chili con carne is one of those dishes that everyone loves. It’s great for dinner parties, or is it just too good to share? Serves up to 4 people.
Aren’t these gnocchi just fluffy little pillows of love? You can make these gnocchi in about an hour, every bite is so good!