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Gochujang Mussels w/ Linguine

A traditional preparation of mussels cannot be missed, but this one also gets a twist in The Spiced Chickpea! The mussels from Zeeland are cooked with white wine and the Korean flavour maker: Gochujang, a slightly sweet red chili paste made from fermented beans. When the mussels are cooked, you can add linguine or serve it with bread or fries. It’s perfect for a Summer meal and great with a glass of vino!

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Dynamite Mussles w/ Panko Crust

These mussels are something different on your dinner table or on a serving board. The spicy Sriracha gives these mussels a real kick and the mayo + Panko makes them extra crunchy! Wanna make it less spicy for yourself or your kids, then vary with Ketchup or BBQ sauce.

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Onion & Mussels Bhaji's

Onion Bhajis are spicy Indian snacks that are sold on the street. You can compare them with fritters or savory fritters. This street food snack gets a twist with Mosselen. zo uit Zeeland. In combination with the creamy yogurt sauce (and sweet ketchup) this is a perfect addition to the snack board and delicious with a cold beer!

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King Crab Legs w/ Garlic Butter Sauce

At home we love eating crab. We always get Surinamese or blue crab and then my mom prepares it in a curry or makes a crab pastry. I love eating crab like this! The last time I wanted to get my parents some fresh crab, the fishmonger also had these King Crab Legs lingering around. I was so excited about these and wanted to share them with my parents. So, in this recipe, I’ll show you the best way of eating them!

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Creamy Shrimp Salad w/ Bread (Shrimp Rolls)

With these warm temperatures, I can imagine that you don’t feel like slaving in the kitchen. This creamy shrimp salad or shrimp rolls are easy to make and in no time on the table! Eat it as a quick meal with a crispy baguette/brioche bun, in a (pasta) salad or serve it with a refreshing drink!

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Shrimp Burger

This chunky, moist and yummy Shrimp Burger is definitely not what you call date food. It’s messy, there will be chunks in between your teeth but boy oh boy it’s worth it! Head over to the recipe and get your shrimp on!

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Yellow Curry Risotto w/ Chili Shrimp

My obsession for Thai food is quite notorious. I looove the authentic Thai flavors, because they’re complex, very aromatic and well balanced. There are three main curries used in Thailand: red, green and yellow and I’ll share three fusion recipes with the famous Thai curries. Am kicking it off with a Yellow Curry Risotto w/ Chili Shrimp! Are you in a for a fusion trip to Italy and Thailand?

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Gambas al Ajillo (Shrimp in Garlic Oil)

Gambas al Ajillo is a classic Spanish tapas dish and I could eat this at every corner of Spain and not be bored with it. These irresistible tender shrimp are cooked in a garlic buttery olive oil and topped with fresh parsley – just waiting for some crusty bread to dip in and soak up all that lush infused oil. What more could a person want?

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