Wow, my 250th post already! To celebrate, here is a recipe for an awesome dish of comfort food: Fettuccine, chicken and fresh spinach covered with a glossy, creamy, and (very) garlicky alfredo sauce. Continue reading “Fettuccine Alfredo with Chicken and Spinach”
This one actually goes back to one of the first posts I made on arcisfoodblog. It’s a delicious dish with succulent fried chicken and a smooth, mild Japanese curry sauce that has become a family favorite over the years.
Having successfully dodged the task of accompanying the kids to a Katy Perry concert a couple of weeks ago, Koen and I decided to grab some 🍔 and 🍺. Continue reading “Rotisserie – Amsterdam (May 2018)”
With the spring in full swing, it’s time to enjoy some light and easy dinners. Continue reading “Baby Potato, Carrot and Chicken Ovenbake (+Frittata)”
Further to my Ramen Bowl with Beef Sirloin post some time ago, I remembered that I should also post my recipe for the best home-made broth for Pho Ga, the Vietnamese chicken noodle soup. Continue reading “Pho Ga (Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup)”
Recently, I have been cooking from Marcus Wareing’s cookbook, Marcus at Home, which was released in the fall of 2016.
This recipe is based on Bill Granger’s, Rice noodle pho with rare beef and star anise, which can be found here.
I also got George Calombaris’ new cookbook Greek for my birthday. 😀
Oven bakes are so convenient, especially for large groups, and due to the long oven-time, they are usually bursting with flavor.
Chantal actually came up with this one, and it’s based on Dutch TV-chef Rudolph van Veen’s recipe she found on 24Kitchen. Its Dutch title can be loosely translated as ‘Velvety Kecap Chicken with Noodles.’
A classic American-Italian dish.
A quick and super tasty weekday stir-fry!