Cooking

Eton Mess

Eton mess is one of my favorite deserts and really easy to make. Although the original recipes are mainly cream based, our variant uses half cream and half mascarpone and is really extremely simple to make. Preperation time: 15 mins The ingredients (6-8 persons): 500 ml cream 500 g mascarpone 500 g strawberries 200 gContinue reading “Eton Mess”

Chocolate Mousse

Preperation time: 15 minutesCooking time: 1 hour (includes 30 mins cooling time) The ingredients: 300 g chocolate 2 eggs 3 tbsp. rum 0,5 l wipping cream What you need: Normally I don’t make a habit of listing how many pots and pans you need to make a recipe, but since you really need a lotContinue reading “Chocolate Mousse”

Rhubarb Pie

Preparation time: 15 minutesCooking time: 45 minutes The ingredients: for 6 persons 110 g sugar 150 g self-raising flour 6 tbsp. oil 250 ml milk 2 eggs 2 packets of vanilla sugar 2-3 rhubarb stalks 100 g butter The work: Preheat the oven at 180 °C.Mix 4 tablespoons of the sugar with 1 egg andContinue reading “Rhubarb Pie”

Pumpkin-Paprika Soup

Preparation time: 15 minutesCooking time: 45 minutes The ingredients: for 6 persons 1 butternut pumpkin 2 red paprika 2 onions 1 or 2 cloves of garlic 2 cubes low fat chicken bouillon 1 bouquet garni (garnished bouquet) 1 tbsp. paprika powder (soft taste) 1 tsp. sharp paprika (spicy) olive oil or other light fat saltContinue reading “Pumpkin-Paprika Soup”

Red fruit and yoghurt surprise

Preparation time: 10 minutesCooking time: 10 minutes The ingredients for the coulis: 0,5 bag of mixed red fruit (from the freezer) 3-4 tbsp. of sugar The ingredients for the surprise: greek yoghurt strawberries raspberriess blackberries mint leafs pepper The work: You should make the red coulis beforehand so that it can cool down before serving.Continue reading “Red fruit and yoghurt surprise”

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My husband is a great cook and likes to experiment. Because we both have been traveling a lot for business, our ‘Flemish’ kitchen has been ‘influenced’ by many other travelers and cultures. This is why we call this place BelgianFusion. It’s true Belgian cooking infused by foreign culture.

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