Recipes

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30.05.14
Rope in your cute-as-a-button family member to make these adorable treats. String ribbon or liquorice strips through the middle loops to pass them off as thread.
02.05.14
Every country blessed with a rich coastline has its version of a seafood stew. In Brazil, it’s moqueca, made with firm white fish swimming in a piquant gravy of tomatoes, coriander and peppers.
30.04.14
A delicicious pasta dish where the gamey flavors of wild boar is beautifully balanced by the bright, tangy notes of the tomatoes.
03.04.14
Soak up the seafood flavours with thick slices of rustic bread.
02.04.14
These traditional mini pancakes make a perfect ending to any Dutch meal when sprinkled with icing sugar and served with vanilla ice cream coated with crumbled speculaas cookies.
05.03.14
Couscous is to Moroccans what rice is to Asians. Use this versatile ingredient as a stuffing for a unique twist to your roast chicken.
05.03.14
This amazing salad of stuffed tomatoes with couscous makes a delicious appetiser and is easy to prepare.
05.03.14
We know couscous can be an acquired taste for some so try this alternative. The basmati rice grains are fluffier plus it’s hard to find fault with fresh sea bream baked in olive oil.
05.03.14
The spice-rich salad holds well on its own, but if you don’t like your carrots raw, try cooking it with raisins or baking it together with your Sunday roast chicken.
28.02.14
You want to cook something that a large group will enjoy, but that doesn’t mean you have to play it safe with crudités and dip. Big, bold and bang-on in flavour, these recipes (which feed eight to 10) will have guests remembering your dishes long after the party is over.
30 May 2014

Sugar dough cookies

Rope in your cute-as-a-button family member to make these adorable treats. String ribbon or liquorice strips through the middle loops to pass them off as thread.
02 May 2014

Moqueca (brazilian fish stew)

Every country blessed with a rich coastline has its version of a seafood stew. In Brazil, it’s moqueca, made with firm white fish swimming in a piquant gravy of tomatoes, coriander and peppers.
30 Apr 2014

Pappardelle with wild boar sauce by al borgo

A delicicious pasta dish where the gamey flavors of wild boar is beautifully balanced by the bright, tangy notes of the tomatoes.
03 Apr 2014

Gambas al ajillo by My Little Spanish Place

Soak up the seafood flavours with thick slices of rustic bread.
02 Apr 2014

Poffertjes with speculaas and vanilla ice-cream

These traditional mini pancakes make a perfect ending to any Dutch meal when sprinkled with icing sugar and served with vanilla ice cream coated with crumbled speculaas cookies.
05 Mar 2014

Roasted chicken stuffed with couscous, apricots and dates

Couscous is to Moroccans what rice is to Asians. Use this versatile ingredient as a stuffing for a unique twist to your roast chicken.
05 Mar 2014

Casablanca stuffed tomatoes

This amazing salad of stuffed tomatoes with couscous makes a delicious appetiser and is easy to prepare.
05 Mar 2014

Stuffed red sea bream with olives and rice

We know couscous can be an acquired taste for some so try this alternative. The basmati rice grains are fluffier plus it’s hard to find fault with fresh sea bream baked in olive oil.
05 Mar 2014

Cumin carrot salad

The spice-rich salad holds well on its own, but if you don’t like your carrots raw, try cooking it with raisins or baking it together with your Sunday roast chicken.
28 Feb 2014

Saltwater tiger prawns with yuzu dressing

You want to cook something that a large group will enjoy, but that doesn’t mean you have to play it safe with crudités and dip. Big, bold and bang-on in flavour, these recipes (which feed eight to 10) will have guests remembering your dishes long after the party is over.