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May 04, 2014


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I've never heard of this dish before but I have no doubt it is delicious with all the ingredients in it.


Buono! Mi piace questo mix di verdure!
Grazie per il contributo al WHB... Spero di pubblicare il raccolto il serata!

Frank @Memorie di Angelina

This sounds delightful! The Belgians have such wonderful dishes. (PS: Methinks you have a new look. Very nice!)


Non lo conoscevo questo piatto... buono!!! Un bacione, complimenti


Simona, nice colors. It is so common on our table, I am happy and a bit amazed to see it in your blog. We use any veggies we can lay hands on, even okra and yams, but ofcourse potato is the most common. This is a routine on days when the mood to cook dinner has disappeared. I usually add red onions and often mustard paste to it, and yes, boiled eggs too as side.

Rachel @ The Crispy Cook

A fantastic name for a dish. I know I will be repeating it on my tongue throughout the day. Looks delicious too!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Ivy. It was new to me too and I am glad I made it.

Grazie, Terry. E' venuto davvero buono.

Thank you, Frank. This was indeed a nice surprise. Glad you like the look :)

Grazie, Patti.

Thanks Sanhita, for your comment. This dish is quite versatile. In its country of origin it often accompanies sausages. I will certainly try using red onions when they are in season and now you got me curious about adding mustard paste.

Thank you, Rachel. I agree: the name is quite appealing and the dish matches expectations.

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