Pasta with Pesto Genovese is an Italian dish that we all had a million times; delicious, but always some plain pasta and pesto. Nevertheless, I was quite surprised learning that in native Liguria the dish is typically served with green beans and… potatoes!?!
Koen and I had a mini-cookout a couple of weeks ago. ‘Quick and light’ was the motto and we kicked-off with this Courgette Carpaccio starter that is bursting with flavour!
Final recipe from our week trying out Ottolenghi’s Plenty More cookbook!
Burger Week at Arcisfoodblog comes to an end. This is the last of 7 posts on some of the more remarkable burgers I “encountered” in the past couple of months. It was really my pleasure. 😇 Continue reading “Burger Week: #7: Wagyu Burger with Truffle and Egg”
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”
I also got George Calombaris’ new cookbook Greek for my birthday. 😀
I was initially a bit hesitant about the combination of ingredients and flavours for this chickpea salad, but it turned out super tasty.
Not too many changes were made to this fennel risotto recipe I posted last year. The original was already really tasty, but I decided to add a bunch of griddled green asparagus and fresh peas. Consequently, a really nice summer risotto chuck full or veggies. Continue reading “Asparagus, Pea and Fennel Risotto with Chopped Pistachios”
This is a take on peperonata, the classic mediterranean bell pepper stew. An ideal light dish for (hot) summer days.