This Mexican sweet potato and black bean casserole is extra delicious because of the marinated chicken, lots of veggies and of course cheese.
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.
These stewed vegetables are a classic and well known side dish from France. Ratatouille is made with zucchini, eggplant, peppers and more.
Caponata is bit similar to the well known ratatouille. It’s a classic Sicilian recipe, delicious to serve on bread but can also be served as a side dish.
A summer squash chili con carne is a delicious summer version of this classic one-pot dish. Filled with veggies, spices and beans.
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!
This sesame chicken and vegetable stir fry is done withing half an hour. Perfect after a busy day at work and you’re in for a healthy and delicious meal.
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! […]
This chorizo and pepper risotto is gluten free, and also lactose free! An easy and delicious one pan meal with lots of flavors and even red wine.
A refreshing pasta salad with cucumber and basil pesto is a lovely barbecue side dish, or a main course during hot summer days.
On markets they have these big bags filled with lots of veggies, such as beautiful peppers. You can easily preserve them as canned roasted peppers.
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 […]