Vegan ‘Boerenkoolstamppot’: Dutch Winter Dish with Kale

Vegan ‘Boerenkoolstamppot’: Dutch Winter Dish with Kale

I was chatting with a fellow food blogger this week when the topic came to our national cuisines. She asked me about the Netherlands – which dishes are traditional, and how suitable are they for vegans? This got me thinking, and I decided I’ve never 

Red Lentil Dal with Turnip, or How To Eat More Legumes If You’re A (Somewhat) Picky Eater

Red Lentil Dal with Turnip, or How To Eat More Legumes If You’re A (Somewhat) Picky Eater

I really love lentils. Some might even say I love lentils a little bit too much, considering I’ve had them for breakfast and lunch for the last three days. But I wasn’t always the legume-lover I am now. When I was little, I had a 

Vegan Harira (Moroccan Chickpea Soup)

Vegan Harira (Moroccan Chickpea Soup)

Last week Ramadan started, which means that Muslims around the world are fasting from sunrise until sunset. When the fast is broken in the evening, every country and perhaps every family has its own traditional dishes and snacks, which are cooked specifically in this period. 

Vegan Asparagus Risotto: How To Cook An Amazing Vegan Risotto

Vegan Asparagus Risotto: How To Cook An Amazing Vegan Risotto

It has been about 7 years since my first attempt at making risotto. I remember it well: I was home alone on a Friday or Saturday night, invited a friend over for dinner and started cooking. I followed the recipe closely, but after cooking and 

Marinated Mushroom and Green Pea Rice Noodle Salad

Marinated Mushroom and Green Pea Rice Noodle Salad

This filling salad with green peas, walnuts, mushrooms and rice noodles makes for a perfect lunch on a hot day. The mushrooms are marinated in vinegar and lemon juice, which makes them not-quite-raw but as far from mushy as can be! When the weather outside