As a food blogger and recipe developer you almost always have a well-filled refrigerator. Many recipes needs to be cooked, refined and then cooked a second or even a forth time. Today I had some nice leftovers from my cheese sauce and cherry relish waiting for magic. Together they form todays crispy toast with cheese sauce, cherry relish and sichuan pepper.
Pumpkin seeds are one of my favorites! Crispy, with lots of flavor and so versatile in the kitchen. If you happen to follow me on Instagram, you’ll see how often I tend to use it… In other words, it was just a matter of time before this pumpkin and sesame butter would appear on my kitchen table!
Summer, sun and lazy days! No, we’re not really there yet but luckily, this Spanish tortilla with caponata can be eaten all year long. However, everything seems to taste just a little bit better with sun in your eyes…
Lentil cream may not sound so fancy, maybe not even very sexy to be honest … But, oh my! It’s so good and insanely easy to make.
A quick pasta dish with courgette in a creamy sauce is a real savior when in need! Lots of flavor, easy to make and with fresh vegetables that makes you jump for joy.
Next time you want something quick, delicious and filling, do me a favor and make crisp rösti with carrots. It’s just so finger lickin’ good!
Today I make bolognese with Beluga lentils and red wine, crazy good for both pasta’s and to enjoy with tortilla and guacamole! The red wine will bring the lentils to the next level so be sure to choose a decent one for this dish!
Condiments: make your own vinegar, harissa and hot sauce was released in Sweden in 2015, but just recently it appeared here in Holland translated and today I have the pleasure to review the book. I also have chosen a super recipe. So simple yet so incredibly useful; your own homemade dehydrated veggie bouillon!
Today the final of the most important competition in professional cooking in Sweden will take place: Årets kock (The chef of the year). A competition started 1982 and initiated by Tore Wretman, the grandfather of fine dining in Sweden. What better moment then making a classic Swedish dish including the typical taste of sweet, sour and lots of dill. Let’s make a vegan remake of dillkött!
Forget everything about tasteless tofu, this is the good stuff! Super-easy to make but you need a bit of time as the onions really should be slow baked soft to blend nicely with the rest.