Making your own spice mixes is so easy, you don’t want to buy them in the stores anymore. You can adjust them to your own taste, which means in this Mexican spice mix that you can choose how spicy you’ll like it. It’s completely up to you!
These onion fritters are filled with lots of spices! An easy batter that’s fried to perfection. Can be served with an easy (yogurt) sauce.
These spiced duck legs are super tender, they melt on your tong! Use a slow cooker, oven or Dutch oven. Extra great with honey and balsamic vinegar.
This Mexican sweet potato and black bean casserole is extra delicious because of the marinated chicken, lots of veggies and of course cheese.
A favorite stew at our house is this amazing babi ketjap. An Indonesian sticky pork stew served with fagrant rice.
A delicious weekday meal made in just one pan. This spicy couscous with meatballs and pumpkin is real flavor explosion.
A Feijoada stew can be made in many variations. Traditionally served with oranges, rice and cooked cabbage. Our version was made in a slow cooker.
These oven-roasted grilled red pepper falafel are maybe even tastier than the classic version. And healthier, cause they aren’t fried in oil.
A summer squash chili con carne is a delicious summer version of this classic one-pot dish. Filled with veggies, spices and beans.
This egg curry is made with an easy homemade curry paste. A vegetarian curry filled with spices and a bit of spiciness. Ready within half an hour.
A chili sin carne is a chili that’s packed with flavors of lots of spices, beans, corn, peppers and more. This vegetarian version is just as great as the classic version!
A super easy and quick tomato salsa to serve as a dip or side dish. Made with fresh tomatoes, jalapeño pepper, garlic and cumin. Ready within 10 minutes.