Tag: Glutenvrij

Quinoaballen met pittige tomatensaus
Vegetables

Quinoa balls with spicy sauce

The best recipes are both tasty and healthy. You enjoy each bite with no guilt feeling whatsoever and go for a second serving without blinking an eye. These balls are nutritious flavour bombs. Plant-based, gluten-free, packing with proteins and flavour. I personally like the sauce nice and spicy (including the […]

Fried aubergine with roasted pepper sauce
Vegetables

Fried aubergine with roasted pepper sauce

I’m a big fan of fried aubergine. So much so, that usually eat half before they reach the table, with some Lebanese bread and a pinch of salt. Yum! So basically for this recipe, you could just skip the sauce and go straight to enjoying the fried aubergine, haha! But […]

Roasted vegetables
Vegetables

Roasted vegetables with garlic sauce and sriraccia

In the Middle-East many dishes are common to the different countries. Each country, and sometimes, region, gives the dishes its own flair and its own touch. Take shawarma for instance: it’s part of practically each middle-eastern cuisine but tastes different from one to the other. This recipe uses the same […]

Zucchini moutabbal
Vegetables

Zucchini moutabbal

‘What’s a moutabbal?’ I hear you say. Well in Lebanon (and the Middle-East in general) it literally means ‘mixed’ and usually indicates some kind of spread. In my family, when you say moutabbal you usually mean baba ganoush. Hummus has become a household item and the baba ganoush is also […]

Hummus galore
Vegetables

Hummus galore!

Hummus. I, personally, cannot live without. I would gladly have it every day, any day. And I actually do that quite often 😉 Even though you can find all different types and flavours in the shops these days, truth is, the best hummus you’ll have is one you make yourself. […]

Ceviche
Fish

Ceviche

The first time I tasted ceviche was in the land of ceviche itself, Peru, and I fell immediately in love with this dish! It is a very simple dish made with fish that has been ‘cooked’ in a sharp, zesty and spicy marinade called Leche de Tigre or tiger’s milk. […]