This year we had soooo many tomatoes on out balcony, we really needed to find ways (next to snacking and eating) to use them! And what better to make than chutney out of your own harvest?
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We were invited to a BBQ at friends and were served this delicious dip. Of course I needed the recipe right away and it’s a delight! A definite must-try and ideal for a BBQ or dip for bread.
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Oh my do I just love this super simple and absolutely delicious dip. Whether for a BBQ as a sauce for the meat, as dip for bread or for roasted potatoes. I adore it, plus the simplicity of preparation.
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I can’t believe I haven’t been preparing this so much earlier. One of the most simple yet delicious appetizers that are prepared in no time! You only need a square sheet of puff pastry and a spread of your choice (I happened to have Funghi Porcini & truffles spread in the house). And you are just about done. Will definitely repeat with a artichoke spread or just a pesto with cheese sprinkled on top…
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With the warm temperatures I always enjoy eating a cool and light dinner (or starter). I had a similar dish at an invitation of friends and recreated it with a little twist! This fruity, nutty mixture with the creaminess of the Burrata is a delight for your taste buds. Hope you like it as much as I did! Hmmmm….
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The BBQ Season has finally started and our BBQ space is mostly occupied with meat in some sort. So I actually like preparing the sides in the oven. And these beautiful potato & bacon roses make a great side dish – not only tasty, but they beautify the table too. They are quite simple to make, so give them a try!
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One of my absolute favorite vegetarian dishes. Ideal as a side dish for a BBQ meat or as a starter. Both works perefectly well. Simple to make and due to the fact, that Halloumi has such a long shelf-life, you can have a pack in the fridge for any unexpected guests! And you can leave out the coriander, if you should not be a fan (or if you don’t have any at home). The first time I made this was with my mom and we instantly fell in love with this recipe!
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