– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Chili con carne –
This is seriously thé MOST DELICIOUS beef chili I’ve ever made. Not that I made chilli that many times before, but still.
I made this beef chili for a new edition of Food Truck Friday, and today we grab some dinner at
– Click here for this recipe in Dutch -> Chili hotdog –
And there it is, the second Food Truck Tuesday since I came up with this section 😉
For this second edition I wanted to focus to the first Food Truck meal we had after arriving in Los Angeles a little over 9 months ago. It was on a sunny Saturday…
Wow, that sounds like the beginning of fairy tale 😉
If you browse through my recipes you see a mayority of Asian recipes. Kinda weird if you know that I’m a 100% Dutch girl, with no foreign roots. I also grew up in a small town in the east of the Netherlands, near the German border with no oriental influences at all over there.
I do have a Chinese aunt, she married my Dutch uncle almost 12 years ago when I was 20. She taught me some of her recipes and three years ago I travelled with her to her home town in China for four weeks.
Because be honest, wouldn’t this make a great holiday gift? Everybody likes food right?
This home made chili oil can be used to add some spice to dishes before serving but also for cooking.
One of the great things of living in California are jalapeños. Spicy, green, fresh and fiery jalapeños.
Believe it or not but it is impossible to find fresh jalapeños in the Netherlands. Unless you grown them yourself of course. I was about to start a jalapeño project this year, but then P found a job in Los Angeles so we moved.
And I bought a jalapeño plant in LA! So I’m harvesting like crazy now, and we have to eat a lot of spicy Mexican food.