Savoy cabbage

Real spring outside and seasonal cooking can be tricky. Anyway, the ingredients for tonight are savoy cabbage and broccoli. I decide to combine them with coconut milk and green curry paste to create a ‘sunnier’ effect. Chop and wash 1 small savoy cabbage (600grams) in stripes. Chop and wash 500 grams of broccoli. Chop 4 … More Savoy cabbage

Almost vintage

In 1999 I bought my first ‘Jamie Oliver’ and since then he inspired me. The sweet and sour chicken is one of my favorites. I will have to wait until Iris’ godchild Egon’s visit to serve whole chicken but what do you think about a sweet and sour polpo variation? Put fresh polpo in the … More Almost vintage

Polpo, grapefruit and fennel to celebrate a lovely Saturday

Our WhatsApp contacts in Belgium are in love with the temporary snow while we had a sky-blue Saturday with 20° on our terrace ( the sunny part of course ). While enjoying my breakfast outside, a chubby polpo was boiling ( only water and some bay leaves) for approximately 1h ( it’s important that a … More Polpo, grapefruit and fennel to celebrate a lovely Saturday

Purple

Purple potatoes, red onion, sage and taleggio on a whole wheat puff pastry is not only beautiful but also delicious. It’s the first time that I discovered whole wheat puff pastry, it’s meant to be covered with warm colors 😉. Wash and slice 400 grams of purple potatoes thinly. Slice 1red onion and 4 garlic … More Purple

Juicy polpo

1 kilo of polpo seems a lot for 2p, but once cooked, the weight decreases incredibly. Cook the polpo in salted water with some bay leaves until tender (approximately 1h). Drain, chop in parts and store in the fridge. Chop 1 fennel, 3 courgettes, 4 garlic cloves, 1 red onion, 400 grams of cherry tomatoes … More Juicy polpo