The Dutch cuisine isn’t very famous worldwide, and Dutch people aren’t very proud of their national dishes either… But I personnally love this one, and I think it deserves en entry on this blog!
“Stoofperen” can be used in different ways: I have used them here to make a dessert, but you can very well serve them as a side dish with Christmas / New Year meals, or eat them with yoghurt for breakfast or as a snack!
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After several tries that were often “too dry” for my omnivore’s taste, I managed to come up with this one! Several ingredients can be replaced if you don’t have them. Also, I don’t know a lot about this but I believe it is totally gluten free. 🙂
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This is my go-to snack when I have silken tofu to finish! The taste is quite soft, you can add more or less maple syrup if you want it more or less sweet. 🙂
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Corn salad is mostly used… Well, in salads. But with the current autumn weather, soups are more appropriate, and I prefer using corn salad to make warm soups for lunch. 🙂
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You still have some pumpkins or squashes from Halloween and don’t know what to do with them? Try this warm and slightly sweet soup! 🙂
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In my family, my mother has this little tradition to declare gray, cold, rainy weather a “perfect weather to make crêpes”. With the upcoming winter, we have got quite some of these days, and it reminded me of this. Here is a recipe for vegan crêpes, so that you can also enjoy the sad rainy days a little more! 🙂
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I love raw carrots, but when it comes to cooked carrots, I am very difficult… However, I love this recipe! That’s actually the only way I cook carrots outside of big spicy dishes like curries and couscous. I thus needed to share it!
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I don’t know in other countries, but in France, everyone knows yogurt cake and how to make it! You won’t find it in any bakery though, it’s “too basic”. This cake is basically the first thing you cook as a kid. The original recipe uses eggs, but you can actually do without, as I show you in this recipe. This version is made with banana and chocolate, but a lot of other variations are possible!
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If you like terragon, you will probably love this recipe! Also, it’s not only tasty and low in calories, but a very great source of proteins as well! Serve it with basmati rice and some greens and tell me what you think!
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Yet another easy vegetable recipe! I got this one from my mother, I believe it’s one of the most common ways to cook green beans in France. 🙂
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