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Mom's Surinamese Javanese Tempeh Sambal

It’s the time of the season to stock up on those spicy sambals. And ya girl is willing to help you by sharing Mom’s delicious Surinamese Javanese Tempeh Sambal. It’s worth to visit the Toko (Asian shops) first and indulge in some of the ingredients that are key in this recipe. You’d defo make Mom en me proud if you do!

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Oven-baked / Airfryer Chicken Nuggets

These crispy Oven-baked / Airfryer Chicken Nuggets are kid-friendly, a real crowd pleaser and take about 30 minutes to make! Whip them up for an easy dinner, a (kids) party or as tasty appetizer for adults. They are made with ground chicken; they stay juicy on the inside and have a good crunch on the outside!

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Korean (Cheese) Corn

This simple yet delicious gooey and cheesy dish is made in less than 15 minutes and is so darn good! You can even spice things up or add your fave cheeses to it. It’s savory, sweet and a winner side dish or snack on its own. Make it soon and enjoy!

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Bara Burger w/ Zainab Foods

These crisp, fluffy, and delicious donut-shaped lentil goodies, or Bara’s /Vada’s are a well-known treat in my household. Though nothing can beat the taste of home, Zainab Foods however, comes close to that kinda comfort. I tried out their “Bara Mix” and was surprised at how well it worked out and made fusion recipe with it! Check it out ;-)

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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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Sweet Potato Croquettes or Balls w/ Bakkeljauw & Spring Onion + Parsley Mayo (YouTube Video)

In my third cooking video I'm going to make a tasty snack with one of my favorite dried and salted fish: codfish! “Bacalhau/Bakkeljauw” is a fish that is dried and salted so that you can keep it longer. But before you use the fish, you must desalt it first, otherwise it cannot be eaten. You can do this by soaking or boiling it in water. This also makes it soft and easy to work with.

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Oven Baked Chicken Wings w/ Parmesan & Garlic

This recipe probably belongs to the category: “stop listening to the voices in your head and just keep sharing what you love.” I’ve made this recipe many times and often thought of sharing it, but I also thought it’s too easy, we have a dozen of these already or it’s not interesting enough. Well, don’t let these stupid voices kill your pleasure in sharing something that you’re passionate about. Because this recipe brought me comfort on nights where I felt a bit alone and wanted to eat something while watching a movie. It gave me a good feeling at the end of the night and to me that’s also important to share. Try it out yourself!

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Japanese Style Smoked Salmon Dip

Every chip needs a dip! And this Japanese Style Smoked Salmon fits perfectly with the Fried Seaweed Chips I also made. You can also add this “dip” on top of some Sushi rice, in a wrap of sandwich. Go crazy and whip it up!

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