As every year, we start the new year with an overview of the previous year. During 2019 a lot has changed and been innovated on surprising.recipes.
Belgian endives (chicory) are typical autumn vegetables. There are many ways to make them, but this filled Belgian endives in prosciutto is a new recipe.
This easy Thai pumpkin curry with chicken is delicious and ready in no time. Ideal to use the remainder of a big pumpkin in the form of mashed pumpkin.
Pure mashed pumpkin is very easy to make and to store for later usage. You can use it in savoury soups and curries, but also in sweet tarts and muffins.
This juicy hamburger nest with cubed potatoes is a surprising alternative for the classic dry burger in a dry bread. It is delicious.
This sweet&sour fried Chinese chicken with pineapple and red bell pepper is easy to make and delicious. Faster and more healthy than the delivery service.
Jambalaya La Gomera is an instant pot recipe based on rice. Its origins lie in Louisiana, where it was made by colonists as variant of paella.
This super savoury coq au vin is the ideal recipe to change from summer season to autumn. This French slow cooking one pot recipe is really delicious.
Mussels and beer are two typical ingredients of the Belgian cuisine. You probably cannot get any more Belgian than with Belgian beer steamed mussels.
This easy vegetarian Greek pasta salad is with olives, cucumber, feta and cherry tomatoes is delicious and can be made in less than 30 minutes.
This sweet&sour Thai chicken with peaches is easy to make and has so many different tastes in it: sweet, sour, bitter, salty and it is crunchy too.
Is it a tortellini recipe, or a lasagne? It is up to you to decide, but this vegetarian yellow-green tortellini lasagne is really great and surprising.