surprising recipes

english version


June 2014

grilled goat cheese with bacon

IMG_7793I wanted to do this on a grill party last Friday. Unfortunately I couldn’t go, but here is this easy starter.


– goat cheese

– bacon

– rosemary leaves

– pepper, salt, olive oil


– chop the rosemary leaves fine.

– season the bacon with pepper, salt and some rosemary.

– wrap the bacon crosswise around the goat cheese.

– Bake the cheese for about 7 minutes in the oven or on the grill, until it gets smooth.

– Finish with some olive oil and the remaining rosemary leaves.

– You can also eat it with a salad as a starter.


paprika egg-land

IMG_7773I need some energy before I jump into the weekend.



– 3 paprika’s

– 3 eggs

– pepper

– olive oil

– some butter


– cut slices of 1 – 1,5 cm of the paprika

– Put some butter on the bottom of them, and put them in a pan.  The butter will prevent the egg to flow away at the bottom (as you can see on the picture i didn’t do this, but that’s a lesson learned for the future 😉

– Put the eggs in the paprika and heat the pan on a low fire.

– Cook the egg and then add some pepper and olive oil.

– Enjoy it with a slice of bread.

smoked chicken with avocado

smoked chicken with avocado

I stumbled over this one yesterday on my dutch site.  I figured this would be a nice one to translate in english.  Originally it comes from a cookbook where all recipes have a max of 6 ingredients.  Something I can handle.

Ingredients for 6 portions:

– one smoked chicken

– 2 dl lemon mayonnaise

– 3 ripe avocados

– 1,25 dl hazelnut oil

– 1 tablespoon of white vinegar

– 125 grams mixed lettuce


– Remove the chicken from the bones and cut it into small cubes.

– Mix the cubes with the mayonnaise until smooth.

– Add salt and pepper according to your taste.

– Cut the avocados lengthwise in two, remove the kern and peel them.

– slice the avocados.

– Mix the oil with the vinegar, season it with pepper and salt and mix it with the lettuce.

– Serve the avocados, the smoked chicken and the lettuce on a nice dish and season with pepper.

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