Singlemade

Course: Lunch

Singlemade: Savoury fig strudel

Savoury fig strudel

The amazing summer has caused Sofie’s garden to bulk with figs. Hungry for inspiration, Sofie sent me an email, asking for original fig recipes. Nothing’s too much trouble when it comes to my loyal fans, so as soon as I was able to get my hands on some figs (I don’t have my own garden, …

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Singlemade: sheet cake with green asparagus

Sheet cake with green asparagus

There’s no denying it’s asparagus season! Every food blogger has posted at least one asparagus recipe so Singlemade had to keep up! White or green asparagus? A no-brainer if you ask me. I prefer the green ones because they don’t require peeling. I’ll always be a lazy chef, so if I can get away with …

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Singlemade: carrot burger

Carrot-curry burger

A little while ago, Magda Dobbelaere shared her oat-burger recipe with me. I loved it! I eat oats by the pound, but it never occurred to me to turn it into a hamburger! I just knew I had to make a Singlemade-version! 🙂 I always let the moment and the contents of my fridge inspire …

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Singlemade: melanzane

Easy melanzane

Melanzane is an Italian classic: lots of tomato and cheese, no wonder it’s so popular. The melanzane’s base is aubergine. It’s cut into thin slices, precooked and dressed with fresh tomato sauce, mozzarella and Parmesan cheese. If you follow tradition, it’ll take you about 1,5 hours to cook. Singlemade doesn’t follow tradition, so I’ve developed …

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Singlemade: shakshuka

Shakshuka

In the beginnings of my being active on Instagram, one of my single followers posted Shakshuka. I had never heard of it before and my interest was instantly peaked. Shame on me, because I soon discovered that it’s a hugely popular dish. The origins of the dish aren’t very clear (Tunisia, Yemen,…?), but what I …

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Singlemade: cod and leek papillote

Cod and leek papillote

In case you didn’t know, I’m a West-Flemish girl and in my native tongue, ‘leek’ translates into ‘fun’. We used to live in the countryside and we used to guess the crops in the fields as we drove by: potatoes, sprouts, cauliflower, beets,… One day we were driving past a field with small green stems …

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