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Blue Boba Milk w/ Butterfly Pea Tea & Caramel

This fun and refreshing drink consists of soy milk, blue tea and black tea pearls with caramel syrup. It’s a colourful take on the orginal with black tea but just as amazing! Try out this colourful drink yourself!

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Salmon en Papillote

This classic French method of cooking salmon is a simple and effective way of ensuring that your fish doesn’t dry out and stays juicy. The parchment paper is filled with delicious vegetable which are seasoned with minimal spices and fish. Then it’s cooked in the oven and when it comes out, it’s like a present when you open it!

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Pearl Couscous Salad w/ Broccoli & Chickpeas (Vegetarian)

When I tell you that this salad doesn’t need a dressing, would you believe me? Well, then you’re are in a treat because this salad is packed with flavour, spices, veggies and of course chickpeas.

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Check out my first cooking video on my YouTube channel!

In my very first cooking video, I’ll show you how to make these colorful Rainbow Rolls. We're using crunchy vegetables, blue and purple noodles and a quick peanut sauce to dip these rolls in! Are you hungry yet?

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Rice Paper Rolls w/ Samosa Stuffing

Easy Indian Samosa’s anyone? Yes, it is possible! I made these easy peasy Samosa rolls with rice paper and shallow fried them in some oil. You don't have to do that too, but that crispy exterior does it for me! Check out the recipe and make this vegetarian en gluten free snack soon!

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Puff Pastry w/ Goat Cheese & Dates

I am a big fan of puff pastry, because you can really do all kinds of things with it. Use it as a base for delicious sweet and savory dishes which you can put on the table in no time! For this recipe I used creamy goat cheese, flakey puff pastry and in combination with the sweetness of the dates you get a nice contrasting flavour. Put this easy snack on the table soon and thank me later!

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Cheddar Corn Fritters w/ Buldak Mayo

Back in the 90’s these were a real hit at our family parties. The sweet corn, spiced batter and hot sauce worked really good as a little bite! But I’ve upgraded this oldy and added some cheddar cheese, garlic and a fiery Buldak mayo. Get ready for this gamechanger snack!

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Potstickers w/ Chicken Mince & Truffle Tapenade

One of the most popular foods you can find in Asian cuisine are potstickers. Delicious hearty dumplings filled with meat or veggies, wrapped in dough and then fried and steamed in a pan. I’m taking these potstickers a bit further and adding a Truffle Tapenade to it. Come join me and make this luxurious, aromatic and popular meal at home!

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