Vegetarian 49 results
  • Forest fruit burger

    We named a dessert of red forest fruit served on a specially baked bun a forest fruit burger.  As burgers are usually more associated with meat, this burger is a delicious, yet filling, dessert that is fully vegetarian.  The meat versions are more ...
  • Pasta with grated truffle

    Pasta with grated truffle is a delicious dish for when time is scarce.  Some of us love to spend time in the kitchen to make all those lovely dishes. But this delicious pasta dish is great for a cook with little time on hand. It also makes use of ...
  • Naan (butter naan and garlic naan)

    Naan is an Indian flatbread made of wheat flour. We make it by mixing in yoghurt with the flour to create softness. And we prefer to ferment it slowly overnight to create more taste.  In the absence of a tandoor in the home we bake it on a hot flat ...
  • Hummus

    Hummus is a fully vegetarian, lovely tasting dip. In the Middle-East they love it!  It contains a paste of cooked chickpeas, sesame seeds, lemon juice and garlic, often with some water added. And spices or herbs  such as cumin, chili powder or ...
  • Lavash style crispy crackers

    Lavash style crispy crackers recently helped me to address a shortage of store bought crackers. Because these are so nice with home made hummus, but also with cheese and even peanut butter! The lavash style crackers - with an Armenian root-  have a ...
  • Béarnaise sauce (original)

    Béarnaise sauce (original) is an egg-clarified butter sauce, rich in butterfat. It only differs from hollandaise sauce by replacing lemon juice by tarragon vinegar  in the gastrique. Béarnaise sauce goes very well with steak, with salmon and with ...
  • Béarnaise sauce with a heart healthy streak

    Béarnaise sauce (original) is an egg-clarified butter sauce, which is rich in butterfat. It only differs from hollandaise sauce by the use of tarragon and vinegar instead of lemon juice in the gastrique. Béarnaise sauce goes very well with steak, ...
  • Apple pie – Dutch style

    Apple pie - Dutch style -as opposed to the American style- has a more sweet and buttery dough. Also 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 ...
  • Mushroom cheese quiche

    Mushroom cheese quiche is an easy dish, not much work and always a way to delight your guests. The dough making is simple and quick. This dish can be made with either bacon or salt cured anchovies to your liking. And if you prefer, you can leave ...
  • Celeriac with mushroom and leek

    Celeriac is a fantastic vegetable. You can eat it raw (in salads), bake it, steam, boil or fry it. And while displaying a wonderful flavor, it also contains lots of vitamines. Celeriac is a great source of Vitamin K, C and B6. It is also a good ...