Desserts 5 results
  • Apple pie – Dutch style

    Apple pie - Dutch style -as opposed to the American style- has a more sweet and buttery dough and usually the cover is a lattice of shiny dough. Further, the dough does not need any external raising agent as the way the dough comes together has ...
  • Crème caramel or flan

    Crème caramel or flan has its origin in Portugal, Spain and France. Due to the vast exploration and colonization trips  this dessert is also enjoyed today in many countries: Japan, Vietnam, Philippines, Brazil, Mexico to name a few. In its most ...
  • Yoghurt, simple and more delicious

    Making yoghurt by yourself may have various drivers. Sometimes it is difficult to obtain yoghurt without sugar, artificial flavors or colorants added. Sometimes it costs a multiple of the price of milk. But mostly making yoghurt is an opportunity to ...
  • Poached pears in wine

    It is easy to make poached pears in wine.    It is a delicious light dessert or side-dish for anyone from young to old, including those on a full liquid diet. As long as the pears are cooked soft. The simmering time very much depends on the type ...
  • Briefly simmered apple chunks

    Briefly simmered apple chunks exemplify the conversion of juicy, hard fruit into a delicious fresh dish. The technique used is poaching or simmering. Do this in the presence of a piece of cinnamon bark, vanilla bean and some sugar and voila!  Or...