If you love sushi, you’ll love this poké bowl! It’s simple, filled with veggies & topped with salmon. The rice makes it filling and ties the dish together.
Don’t you love having foodie friends? I know I do. Most of my friends enjoy eating but can’t imagine why they would take the time to take pictures, make their plate look pretty, or even to cook something from scratch when you can use short cuts. Luckily, Louise and I are on the same page! In the supermarket we think of ways to create more colour in our dishes, which results in this pretty plate.
Roasted pear, goats cheese, bacon and walnuts go together great in this Winter Salad! Topped with a delicious honey-thyme dressing.
Salads only for sunny days? Heck no! With this recipe you can eat salads in winter, too. Delicious roasted pear, creamy goats cheese, salty bacon and crunchy walnuts give this salad it’s flavour, and the honey-thyme dressing ties that all together. Yumm!
Chai poached pears are a delicious variety to the regular poached pears. They are comforting, sweet, and simply delicious!
I don’t know about you guys , but when it’s winter or fall the first thing I start craving are my moms poached pears. The perfect uplifting, sweet and tasty side dish! I decided to try and make some myself, but with my own twist: Chai spices.
Chilli con carne is a delicious meaty dish that can easily be made from scratch. This video shows you exactly how! Don’t forget to subscribe 🙂
It’s time to remake one of my favourite recipes into a video! Chilli con carne is such an easy and delicious dish: any beginning cook can totally impress with this simple recipe! Includes easy how-to video.
Love easy yet super delicious dinner recipes? Then this broccoli beef dinner casserole with mushrooms is the one for you! Includes easy how-to video.
Cold days and gloomy, dark nights ask for some warming comfort food. One of my favourite winter dishes is, for sure, dinner casserole! It’s super easy and very customizable, too. Have leftover mushrooms? Why not add them!
A super simple Chai sugar syrup made with spices, water and sugar. Can be used to flavour cake, pie, oatmeal, pancakes, ice cream, drinks and so much more!
If there’s anything Chai spices remind me of, it’s the weather getting colder. When I drink a cup of Chai tea (Chai latte!) I find myself dreaming of leaves turning bright yellow, orange, brown or red. My mind wanders off to the last time we had snow here in the Netherlands, and I get the sudden urge to light some candles and snuggle up with a blanket 😉 Because I don’t always have time to brew some Chai tea from scratch, I’ve decided to make a batch of Chai sugar syrup.