Hi, it’s me again 😉
This time from a new kitchen and a new city, with a new recipe for my new favorite: puff pastry breakfast waffles!!
For a long time now I was planning to use my waffle maker for other things than just the
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Boerenkool met worst quiche –
Sometimes you have to wait a little, but then you get a great reward! In this case the recipe for an amazing kale and sausage quiche!
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Kaasbroodjes –
When you’re living abroad for a longer period of time, you are going to miss the most crazy things from your home country.
For me, this took about 1.5 to 2 years. It obviously was related to the fact that I was pregnant at the time. I had a sudden need for eating food from the ‘old days’! And all this while Dutch food at all is not
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Worstenbroodjes –
I expect this will be my last recipe before I’m going to spend my time giving birth and caring for a baby 😉
You’ve probably noticed that it’s a little quiet
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Pizza met courgette en spek –
Okay, I admit… I make this pizza every other week these last few months…
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch ->Bacon scones met maple glazuur –
Ok y’all (<- see what I’m doing here? 😉 ), I have a new brunch favorite! I still like to eat pancakes or chicken ‘n waffles on a Sunday morning, but these days I’m all about maple bacon scones! And no, it’s not the pregnancy hormones that are telling you that. P also loves them, he ate 2 maple bacon scones with scrambled eggs and extra bacon the other day!
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> ‘Chunky monkey’ sandwich –
Don’t look at me like that… I made you a peanut butter, nutella, banana and BACON (!!) sandwich. And that combination is divine! And no, that’s not
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Socca met za’atar peterselie pesto –
If you’re looking for me, I’m doing a happy dance in the kitchen next to the oven where I’m making this delicious socca. “Huh? Socca?” I hear you think!
A socca is a kind of pancake made of chickpea flour that you bake in the oven. The origin of the socca (or “farinata”) is
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Maisbrood van The Chili Philosopher –
I’ll keep this short because I don’t want to keep you from making that delicious beef chili that I just posted. And okay, I’m also writing this blog post a little last minute because I did other things
Somewhere in the near future I’m sharing a recipe for falafel. The recipe for falafel is already on my Dutch blog but the pictures are awful. So why not make new & better onces and also share the recipe here?
Yes see, that’s what I thought! So last week I made falafel in my way-too-small-to-make-falafel-in-this-tiny-two-cup-immersion-blender thingie while I was in a hurry. I already baked pita bread using a recipe from Esmee and I was supposed to go to a friend that afternoon for tea and a walk.
But ‘more haste, less speed’… The falafel turned out great though