Sriracha sauce, Thailand’s number 1 sauce! Recipe 1, thanks to my youngest and dear brother in law, Dennis.

For 2p, chop 1 medium sized cauliflower in roses, and don’t forget to chop the stem. Mix the cauliflower with 4 chopped garlic cloves, 1 chopped red onion, 2 table spoons of sriracha, the juice of 1 lemon, 3 table spoons of bread crumb, 3 table spoons of grated parmigiano and 2 table spoons of … More Sriracha sauce, Thailand’s number 1 sauce! Recipe 1, thanks to my youngest and dear brother in law, Dennis.

Gremolata

Gremolata is a mixture of fresh parsley, lemon zeste and garlic and is a wonderful way to give a fresh flavor to a lot of dishes. Mix 1 finely chopped garlic clove with  a handful of finely chopped parsley and the zeste of 1 lemon. Boil  a portion of pasta in salted water. Add 450 … More Gremolata

One huge pumpkin gnocco (singular of gnocchi) or better ‘polenta pumpkin gratin’

Gnocchi alla romana are prepared in the oven and therefore my prefered gnocchi. The recent magazine of the supermarket Coop inspires for a version with pumpkin. Remember the pumpkin of last week? This recipe is ideal for the 400 grams of ovenbaked pumpkin meat stored in the freezer. Defrost the pumpkin (or prepare fresh pumpkin) … More One huge pumpkin gnocco (singular of gnocchi) or better ‘polenta pumpkin gratin’

The real carpaccio

Jef and Tim, our guests, love to eat. The original carpaccio is one of their requests. We prefer a version with tuna. Thinly sliced beef of good quality is easy to find in our region. The dressing is a combination of lemon juice/balsamic vinegar (old balsamic with its intense flavor and sweetness), good olive oil, … More The real carpaccio

A successful trio

1000 grams of frozen spinach leaves for 2p seems a lot for many people, but not for me ;-). I could eat it pure, just with some pepper, salt, good olive oil and preferably a few garlic cloves, but then I’m pretty sure my audience would not agree. Another way to prepare? Defrost the spinach … More A successful trio