Belgian

Belgian

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Cooking recipes with the tag "Belgian"


Tagliatelle with chicken, zucchini and buffalo mozzarella

Tagliatelle with chicken, zucchini and buffalo mozzarella

This tagliatelle with chicken, zucchini and buffalo mozzarella is based on a recipe of the well known Belgian television cook Jeroen Meus.

Belgian endives with meatballs

Belgian endives with meatballs

This is one of my favorite dishes in autumn: belgian endives (chicory) with meatballs. Ingredients (4 servings): 8 belgian endives 800 gr minced beef brea

Minced chicken balls with celeriac celery and Belgian endives

Minced chicken balls with celeriac celery and Belgian endives

This is an ideal recipe to recover from and between all the heavy meals these days.  I have the inspiration from a Belgian cook (Pascale Naessens) who is a

Asparagus with chorizo oil

Asparagus with chorizo oil

  The asparagus season is there again. On a pub in the belgian television I saw this recipe. Again an interesting combination worth trying. The dutch version

Mini cherry pies – Marshmallows & Margaritas

Mini cherry pies – Marshmallows & Margaritas

Because it’s cherry blossom time in DC, because I had been wanting to try this for a while, because I opened a jar of cherry pie filling for Belgian waffles on Sunday and because cherry pie is amazing… I made mini pies the other day. I did it the easy way — using refrigerated pie [...]

Beer S’Mores: Stout Chocolate Bar and Belgian Ale Marshmallows - The Beeroness

Beer S’Mores: Stout Chocolate Bar and Belgian Ale Marshmallows - The Beeroness

Beer S’Mores: Stout Chocolate Bar and Belgian Ale Marshmallows There are foods I only like for nostalgic reasons. Fritos and bean dip, Jello-cake with whipped cream frosting, Taco Bell. It reminds me of growing up, in a house with ten people, and meal time was more of a defrost-and-feed triage. S’mores has one foot in…

Orange Lime Belgian Wit Cream Tart - The Beeroness

Orange Lime Belgian Wit Cream Tart - The Beeroness

Orange Lime Belgian Wit Cream Tart I know you’ve done this, I know you can relate. My phone rang Tuesday morning, 4th of July, at 6:30 am. Seriously? Who died? Why would anyone call me (late sleeper, night person that I am) at 6:30 am? The area code triggers a memory in the fog of…

Brown Sugar Barley and Belgian Ale Peach Skillet Crisp + What Does Barley DO for Beer? - The Beeroness

Brown Sugar Barley and Belgian Ale Peach Skillet Crisp + What Does Barley DO for Beer? - The Beeroness

Let’s say beer is a rock band. Hops are the loud front man that gets all the attention. The ingredient that everyone talks about and no one can ignore. Yeast is the rowdy, wily, drummer who’s hard to control but sets the tone for what’s going on, without him you have nothing. Barley is the…

Ale Steamed Salmon With Belgian Wheat Beer Bearnaise - The Beeroness

Ale Steamed Salmon With Belgian Wheat Beer Bearnaise - The Beeroness

There are always exception to even the most powerful rules. This leaves a movement and an honestly to the lives we live, without the guilt of hypocrisy. The rule I am adding an addendum to is my strong allegiance to West Coast beers. Although great beer can be found nearly everywhere in the world these…

Liege Waffles (Traditional Belgian Waffle Recipe) - a Day Trip to Bruges!

Liege Waffles (Traditional Belgian Waffle Recipe) - a Day Trip to Bruges!

Authentic Liege waffles are made with dough and include heavenly bits of caramelized Belgian pearl sugar! Try them and be delighted!

Food Review: Avenue - New Gastrobar on the Block (Closed)

Food Review: Avenue - New Gastrobar on the Block (Closed)

Tags: Lemon, Irish, CBD

Newly opened since October this year, Avenue is taking our very own Archipelago Singapore’s craft beers out of the hands of the hipsters and placing them in the more casual context of a CBD community gastrobar. Located at Suntec City Tower 2, You could find four types of craft beers – Belgian Wit, Bohemian Lager, Singapore Blonde Ale and Irish Ale. Spoiled for choice, I went for a Singapore Blonde Ale. It turns out to be a lemon-colored blonde ale with strong citrusy notes of calamansi and pandan with a clean finish. It’s fresh and unusual...

Belgian Waffles

Belgian Waffles

How to make Belgian Waffles. INGREDIENTS: 6 Waffles 2 cups flour4 teaspoons baking powder1⁄2 teaspoon salt1⁄4 cup sugar2 eggs1⁄2 cup vegetable oil2 cups milk1 teaspoon vanilla DIRECTIONS: Oil the waffle maker.Sift the dry ingredients together in a large bowl.In separate bowl, separate egg whites and

Belgian Rabbit Stew

Belgian Rabbit Stew

How to make a Belgian Rabbit Stew. INGREDIENTS: Serves 4 1 rabbit, about 2 to 2 1/2 pounds, cut into 6 to 7 pieces3 tbsp flour1/2 tsp pepper (or to taste)1 tsp salt1/2 cup pitted prunes1 cup warm water1 tbsp butter1 1/2 tbsp olive oil3-4 slices thick-cut bacon2 onions, large12 oz dark ale1 tbsp whit

Steamed Belgian Mussels

Steamed Belgian Mussels

How to make Steamed Belgian Mussels. Ingredients: Serves 4 2 kilograms black mussels2 teaspoons olive oil2 cloves garlic, crushed3 shallots (75g), sliced thinly2 trimmed celery stalks (200g), sliced thinly2 large tomatoes (180g), chopped finely1/2 cup (125ml) dry white wine200 grams curly endive1/2

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