The soft burrata is a creamy version of the mozzarella. Traditionally served with tomato slices and basil, but even better in combination with fresh papaya, stir-fried mangetout and almond pesto.
Making a risotto is easier than you think. The pieces of butternut squash make this creamy rice dish even better. Served with al dente baked green asparagus and salmon with a crispy crust from the oven. Suggested variations: You can also replace the salmon with chicken fillet or portobello (veg).
This easy puff tart is great for lunch, as a side dish, or hors d’oeuvres with drinks. Add sweet potato star shapes and create a wonderful ambiance.
Healthy and tasty: BBQ (or grilled) roasted sweet potato.
This recipe by TV chef Mathijs Vrieze is very simple, but it’s finger-licking good! These gratinated haricots verts with mozzarella, garlic, spring onion and a pinch of cumin are easy to make and very tasty
A simple salad with an exciting mix of physalis, red cabbage, carrots and mixed salad greens.
Still looking for a great side dish to spruce up your mealtimes? Well, look no further. This casserole by food blogger PuurSuzanne with butternut squash and sweet potatoes is to die for. It pairs perfectly with turkey or game. You can turn any post-holiday meal into a party with this casserole.
A beautiful gratin with butternut squash, feta and nuts, a nice side dish with for your Christmas dinner. You can prepare this gratin in advance, which will save kitchen stress!
Our farmer Charl gave us this lovely recipe for Butternut Bake, a popular dish in South Africa. It’s often served as a side dish as part of the traditional South African barbecue known as a braai.
These little treats will be a hit at every get-together: mini-quiches made with goat cheese and fresh figs. They can be served either warm or cold. Perfect for the holidays because you can make them ahead!