Rotolo is the Italian word for a roll. It’s a bit more fussy than a lasagna but it looks great. Blanch 300 grams of chopped leek. Drain and cool down. Chop and fry 4 garlic cloves and 1 chopped shallot in a little drizzle of olive oil for a few minutes. Mix with the leek, … More More spectacular than a lasagna
Strolling through a whole year of Libelle lekker’magazine, I find some elegant recipes to try. For 2p, clean 800 grams of mixed fresh shellfish (vongole and mussels). Heat a pan with a drizzle of olive oil. Add the shellfish and 100 ml of white wine. Once most of them are opening, stop the fire and … More I’m pretty sure you’ll also love this recipe.
I need an overdose vegetables tonight. Cut a small pumpkin of approximately 1.5 kilo in quarters. Remove the seeds. Put the quarters in an oven dish. Spread some olive oil. Cover with aluminium foil. Bake in the oven at 200° until soft. Boil 1 peeled sweet potato of 400 grams in salted water seasoned with … More Veggie veggie
Cooking for 4p or 6p is often easier than for 2p. That’s why all in one dishes are a perfect solution. One of the other possibilities is preparing a side dish( with a little correction) for 4-6p as main coarse, as long as you have enough vegetables and some proteins (and/or carbs).Clean a small sized … More Side dish becomes main dish
Jerusalem artichokes is one of those ingredients which gradually are re introduced in recipes. Again Yotam Ottolenghi gives me a few delicious ideas. In the beautiful book Nopi, by Scully and Ottolenghi, I found this awesome soup. Knowing that Jerusalem artichokes can cause intestinal problems ( often an impressive flatulence 😉), don’t exaggerate in amounts. … More Jerusalem artichokes in a velvety soup
Certain vegetables are so attached to traditions that it’s hardly impossible to imagine them in other creations. Red cabbage is one of them until now😉. 1 cabbage is too much for 2p. Use 1/2 and cover the other 1/2 with cling film. It remains fresh for more than a week ( just chop of the … More Red cabbage out of its comfort zone
In the Christmas edition of delicious.nl I find a lot of inspiration for the future visit of Emilie, one of my lovely nieces. There is a lot that I don’t really understand of the vegan philosophy, but the recipes are usually really creative. Grilled chicory with roasted nuts and a romesco sauce is awesome. Most … More What a great starter!