Recipes with Beer
Preparing, pairing and cooking food with Belgian beer plus traditional and new twists on recipes from Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels.
Paling in ‘t Groen
Although some of us get a bit squeamish at the idea of eating eel, this fish isn't only adored by the Japanese. Eel used to be a main staple food in Belgium, and certainly in Flanders. For sustainability, most eels are now raised using aquaculture in (Dutch) fish farms as they are becoming rarer in the wild. Nevertheless many Flemish restaurants serve them as a true delicacy prepared in various ways. The most typical of preparations is still "in 't ’groen" (green sauce)...
Cabbage Packages with Minced Meat and Belgian Blond
Maybe not the most typical Belgian dish but this is a dish that breathes honest, rural cooking. If you are a creative and active hobby cook you will have no difficulties coming up with your own variation of this recipe. Don't be shy to experiment with different types of minced meats, seasoning and beer. When it comes to pleasing taste buds, the chef should know best. We also would like to thank our Belgian Beer-fan Rik Van Acker for sending this one in...
Beer Battered Dover Sole Strips
Every now and then most of us like having some delicious battered and fried finger food, certainly when combined with a nice beer. Rather than whipping up your regular day-to-day variety, surprise friend and foe with this Belgian beer batter. Using beer really adds body, flavour and lightness to the recipe...
ERPE-MERE - He is an author, beer guru, brewer and taster, but first and foremost an educator. Teaching is in Jef Van den Steen’s blood, he was once a maths teacher.... Jef has an explanation ... [ more ]
PIPAIX - Embark on the new visitor experience at Dubuisson. You can put your own group together for a tour of the Dubuisson brewery. Group visits require a minimum of 15 participants and are available ... [ more ]
Wild Jo marks a turning point for De Koninck: the brewers are swapping their familiar top-fermented beers for a tempestuous Belgian Wild Ale, re-fermented using wild yeasts (Bretta... [ more ]
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