Anyone can make this simple dish of fried sugar snaps. The trick is in the combination of hazelnuts, honey and parsley: you won’t believe your tastebuds!
A deliciously simple wok dish. By stir-frying the mangetout with lemon, garlic and ginger, a true explosion of flavour is created!
This creamy butternut squash soup is quick to make. The orange firm flesh of a butternut squash has a slightly sweet buttery flavour. Butternut squash tastes a little milder and nuttier than the more familiar round pumpkin. The mango chutney adds a nice dimension with its sweet/tart spicy accents. Enjoy!
Now it’s time for a tasty dessert especially for the festive season: Delicious pancakes made from sweet potatoes with cocoa. Extra festive with mascarpone, mango slices and passion fruit. Pancakes are always tasty, and these are also quite healthy. You can also eat this dish for breakfast. Leave out the mascarpone and serve with quark or yoghurt instead.
This festive main course consists of three dishes that go together perfectly: Chicken roulades, Hasselback sweet potatoes and a green asparagus salad. In this recipe, Mathijs demonstrates how to produce your own chicken roulades with garlic, lime and sage. (You could also buy them from your poulterer.) By cutting the sweet potatoes into fans, they will bake more quickly. The green asparagus is eaten raw as part of a salad. Here’s a recipe sure to delight everyone.
This sorbet is very easy to make and is truly delicious!
Simple but oh so yummy: Nashi pears with chocolate! This dessert is a true show-stopper.
An easy-to-make, scrumptious starter. A true taste sensation.
Creamy white and milk chocolate mousse with tropical fruit; a delicious dessert for an exotic Christmas dinner
A beautiful main dish, especially for the festive season! With these salmon slices made extra-special by the lime sauce and green asparagus, it’s easy to put something delicious on the table.