Remember Tessa Kiros?

I have a few cookbooks of Tessa Kiros in my kitchen. Traveling and cooking and eating…many ways to explore a country. The following recipe is simple, tasty, cheap and for sure loved by everyone. Although you can mix ( courgettes, tomatoes or bell pepper) I have chosen 7 beautiful tomatoes. Slice off the top of … More Remember Tessa Kiros?

A vegetable stew from every country

French ratatouille and sauce provençale, italian caponata, and for today a Persian version of a vegetable stew by Sabrina Ghayour. Tomorrow I’ll have my online master course. So this stew prepared today, will be ideal for tomorrow evening. Those stews are always better the following day. Chop 2 smaller sized eggplants in cubes of approximately … More A vegetable stew from every country

Cheese croquettes

If we can’t prepare North Sea shrimp croquettes, we’ll have some cheesy ones. For 24 croquettes, melt 100 grams of butter. Add 100 grams of flour. Bake and stir. Once you smell the typical smell of cookies, add 700 ml of full milk while stirring constantly. Allow to cook for a few minutes. Stop the … More Cheese croquettes

Iran’s traditional recipes with a twist

The October delicious.nl is awesome. Sabrina Ghayour is an expert in Middle Eastern and Iranian cooking. Spicy rice with green beans and tomato, or the classical combination with meat ‘loobia polow’ is delicious. Our loobia polow has grilled sardines as protein supplier. For 2-3p, cook 150 grams of basmati rice for 5 mins. Rinse and … More Iran’s traditional recipes with a twist

Time for a stew

Nostalgic slow cooking is extra cosy on cold winter days. The taste of most of those dishes is better the following day. Cut a good quality chicken in pieces. The legs, wings and breasts are perfect for a stew for 3-4p. The leftover can be used for a stock, or can be baked in the … More Time for a stew