A simple luxury is to be able to offer your own homemade crispbread for breakfast or the drink. Today I make a super simple crispbread with teff and seeds!
If you are cookbook maniac just as I am, you probably have heard about the book Persiana from the author Sabrina Ghayour? This is her second book that recently was published in Dutch. From the book I have chosen a Persian stew with quince and saffron. In the book its made with lamb but I decided to make it with celeriac instead.
A few days ago, I finally got up and made my own pickled lemons but now I had to wait a whooooooole month before they are ready. Impatient as I am, I came up with an intermediate solution until I get to open my beautiful pots. Today I make a salty lemon chutney!
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!
Bread. With a hearty crust and air bubbles. Toasted, crunchy and infinitely good. Mmmm. Today there will be crunchy chia-walnut bread for breakfast, lunch and the dinner with soup.
Did anyone whisper a word about coming winter holidays? Maybe filled with outdoor activities? Did someone mentioned children (or grownups) with red cheeks and tired legs? Time to serve stacked pancakes with ginger filling and twisted apple!
Time for some inspiration for what to put on the sandwich! Today I have prepared a goat cheese* but without the goat milk or the rennet. Fantastic on a sandwich just plain or with some topping like fresh onion, apple or cucumber. It also works perfect for browning in the oven, just like the “chevre chaude”.
Beluga lentils are the king of al lentils, named after the caviar with the same name. They stay perfectly in shape when cooking, easy to prepare without any soaking as many other legumes and taste wonderful. This salad I started to make about 20 years ago and I keep coming back to it with small changes. Meet my favorite crunchy beluga lentil salad!