A simple and light vegetable soup, great for lunch or as an appetizer. The fennel is complemented nicely with tomatoes, potatoes and a bit of garlic; even people who are usually not very fond of the anise-like taste of fennel might enjoy this soup. This recipe comes from a classic Belgian cookbook and I make it pretty often.
This delicious, creamy chicken fricassee is a classic Belgian recipe. My father used to make this regularly for Sundays and other festive occasions. Often served as a starter, but it is great as a main course as well, accompanied by plain rice or potato puree, for example. Freezes well. Its Flemish name is "Koninginnenhapje", which could be translated as "Queen's Nibble"... nice, isn't it?
I know, I know. This moussaka recipe will make food purist shudder in horror because it is full of preprocessed ingredients and definitely not like the Real Stuff you'd eat in Greece. But I like it because it's quick and very, very tasty. Politically incorrect indeed... Lots of calories, not for the faint of heart! A healthy salad as side dish is recommended... :-)
A simple and quick salad, and a good recipe with fennel as a main ingredient. The mild anise flavor goes well together with the dressing and cheese. A nice side salad for simple baked or grilled fish, for example.
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