Mango chutney is the perfect accompaniment for grilled chicken or curries.
This stew is made in a jiffy and is full of flavour. The combination of salmon, sugar snaps, mustard and ginger is delicious.
This salad can be eaten lukewarm as a main course with, for example, some rice and/or (cassava) prawn crackers. The salad is a combination of flavours such as sweet, sour, bitter, salty and a little spicy. The salad looks great with the pink pomelo, but if you can’t get it, it’s just as delicious with a regular (honey) pomelo.
This wok dish is full of flavour with its crunchy mangetout and Asian sauce. All the flavours come together on the plate.
A deliciously simple wok dish. By stir-frying the mangetout with lemon, garlic and ginger, a true explosion of flavour is created!
This is a crispy salad with recognisable Asian flavours. With nashi pear, you know, that apple that tastes like a floral juicy pear. The combination of flavours in this salad bowl are perfect for a party.
Try these delicious chicken thigh skewers with haricots verts ! By stir-frying the haricots verts, they retain most of their flavour and vitamins and they stay nice and crispy. Or prepare the chicken skewers on the BBQ!
These delectable muffins are made without sugar, wheat flour or butter. Instead, they contain healthy ingredients like oatmeal flour, luscious fresh figs and fresh ginger. A wholesome version of the traditional muffin: a wonderful snack, or eat them for breakfast or lunch.
Tea made with fresh ginger is amazingly healthy! You might have to get used to the taste, but it’s definitely worth it. Excellent for colds and sore throats.