His recipe column in The Guardian recently had some experimental fusion dishes under the moniker “Yotam Ottolenghi’s fusion feast”, so what did I do: I combined elements of two of these dishes… Continue reading “‘Caponata’ with Silken Tofu by Yotam Ottolenghi”
Yotam Ottolenghi never ceases to amaze with recipes whereby just 1 ingredient makes a total difference. Continue reading “Soba noodle salad with Lime, Cardamom and Avocado by Ottolenghi”
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)”
The perfect weekday comfort food: Potato gnocchi in a creamy Mexican spiced sauce! Continue reading “Mexican Gnocchi and Guacamole”
Carrots and oranges, as well as pumpkin and ginger, are well-known and delicious combinations.
When I make Baba Ganoush (roasted aubergine dip), I always use the recipe from French chef Franck Dangereux – of The Foodbarn in Noordhoek, South-Africa – as a basis.
It is so incredibly tasty, I think that we have a new favorite way to prepare our tuna steaks! Continue reading “Tuna and Coconut Ceviche”
Halfway Burger Week at Arcisfoodblog! Keeping it international with a Mexican Cemita burger that I made some time ago. Continue reading “Burger Week: #4: Mexican Cemita Burger”
Believe it or not, but the inspiration for this dish actually comes from a vegetarian cookbook from IKEA that we got over 15 years ago.
Continue reading “Edamame and Soba Noodle Salad”
As mentioned before, this is my go-to preparation for tuna steaks. It never disappoints!
Not all recipes from the “River Cottage Veg” cookbook by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall were a huge success though…