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Singlemade: mango lassi

Mango lassi and mango popsicles

Whenever I go to an Indian restaurant, mango lassi’s the first thing I order! It’s by far my favourite way to consume mango! The best mango lassi I’ve ever had was in Antwerp at Ahaar. And that’s because they finish the lassi with freshly ground cardamom. I’ve been trying different Indian restaurants, but none of …

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Irish lamb stew

Saint Patrick’s Day, the Irish National Holiday. It’s amazing to see how this little island turns the whole world green! Singlemade is doing its part to honour Irish heritage, so this week we’ll be posting 2 traditional Irish dishes. While I was doing my research, one thing jumped out at me: potatoes, potatoes, potatoes. The …

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Singlemade: oats risotto

Rolled oats risotto

Risotto’s delicious and actually not that hard to make. But if you’re making it according to the traditional recipe, you’ll have to stay by the stove to stir constantly and to add little drops of stock and wine to the rice, until it’s done, which can take up to 40 minutes. That’s just too much …

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Singlemade: anti flu remedy

Anti-flu remedy

Having a cold is awful. You’re not ill enough to stay home, but you’re hardly able to put in a decent day’s work because of all the snot. Mounds of wet handkerchiefs, teary eyes, sneeze attacks, a scratched up nose, a hoarse (sexy) voice, annoying coughs. Amongst all this dreariness, there is one silver lining: …

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Singlemade: lemon granita

Christmas vibes: lemon granita

Ice cream stollen are such a Christmas cliché! Time to feature a different kind of frozen dessert! To (easily) make ice cream, you need an ice cream maker. I don’t have one, so granita is the perfect icy alternative. You can compare it to sherbet: it’s made from water, sugar and fruit juice, but sherbet …

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Singlemade: Tips & Tricks canned pumpkin/ pumkin puree

Tips & Tricks: pumpkin puree (as an alternative to ‘canned pumpkin’)

You need to go Stateside if you’re looking for pumpkin-spiration :-). Pumpkin pie, pumpkin hummus, (scary) pumpkin soup, pumpkin chili, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin pasta… There’s no end to it. But when you look at the ingredient lists, you’ll almost always find canned pumpkin there. Unfortunately, we’re not in the US and canned pumpkin is nowhere …

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