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This Belgian Foodie Is A Must-Follow On Instagram
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This Belgian Foodie Is A Must-Follow On Instagram

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Updated: 28 November 2016
Finding the time to prepare delicious homemade meals may not be as tricky as you think. Through ‘Een Lepeltje Lekkers (Spoonful of Delicious)’ Belgian blogger Annelies Vermeir shares her fresh and flavorful recipes that are bound to inspire others to get in the kitchen. Her trademark dishes are simple to make, but spectacular to look at, making her Instagram feed a feast for the eye. So, what are you waiting for?
Almond tartlets with red plums | © Annelies Vermeir
Almond tartlets with red plums | © Annelies Vermeir

These almond tartlets with red plums combine a lactose-free frangipane with the zing of fresh fruit and the warming aroma of cinnamon.

Asian stir-fry with beef | © Annelies Vermeir
Asian stir-fry with beef | © Annelies Vermeir

Combining Thai flavors with Belgian beef, this Asian stir-fry offers instant comfort on a busy weekday night.

Christmas scones | © Annelies Vermeir
Christmas scones | © Annelies Vermeir

With dried cranberries and white chocolate, these Christmas scones are the perfect treat for a seasonal brunch.

Couscous with charred cauliflower and prawns | © Annelies Vermeir
Couscous with charred cauliflower and prawns | © Annelies Vermeir

In this couscous salad with prawns and pomegranate, the cauliflower is chargrilled for extra texture and taste.

Mini sliders with sugarless ketchup | © Annelies Vermeir
Mini sliders with sugarless ketchup | © Annelies Vermeir

Making maximum use of leftovers, the sugarless ketchup that goes with these mini sliders uses banana for natural sweetness.

Mussels with tomato, blood orange and olives | © Annelies Vermeir
Mussels with tomato, blood orange and olives | © Annelies Vermeir

Mussels are typically Belgian, but they are mostly served traditionally. In this dish, they are combined with tomato, blood orange and black olives.

Pumpkin bundt cake | © Annelies Vermeir
Pumpkin bundt cake | © Annelies Vermeir

Cinnamon, allspice and orange zest make this pumpkin bundt cake a typical autumn dessert.

Red curry with chicken and mango salsa | © Annelies Vermeir
Red curry with chicken and mango salsa | © Annelies Vermeir

The accompanying mango salsa cuts through the richness of this red curry with chicken.

Red mullet with pangrattatto | © Annelies Vermeir
Red mullet with pangrattatto | © Annelies Vermeir

Red mullet with pangrattatto: humble ingredients – bread, tomato, herbs – still make for a spectacular and colorful dish.

Tiramisu with frangelico | © Annelies Vermeir
Tiramisu with frangelico | © Annelies Vermeir

By serving this tiramisu with frangelico in individual portions, the classic dessert is transformed into an elegant showstopper.

For more from Annelies Vermeir, visit her Instagram page: @eenlepeltjelekkers