Japanese knotweed ( Polygonum cuspidatum ) is an invasive plant mostly along the waterfront. Wan likes this plant a lot because the young leaves are very tasty. The taste is a bit sour like rhubarb and it is from the same family. It is hard to describe the exact ingredients because Wan follows her intuition and there is a lot of tasting while she is cooking. So try it out yourself, use your intuition en find the balance between, sweet, salt and sour. This red curry is a fresh taste sensation!
Rotti is a flat pancake, made from oil, flour and water. And there are patatoes, green beens and chicken. The taste is great because of the Surinamese spices. You pick a piece of rotti by hand and then grab some of the other food. This is how they eat rotti in Suriname. Yvonne her Surinamese rotti is the best, enjoy!
Rhubarb and spinach fresh picked from The World Garden . Aziza from Afghanistan prepared this dish in her way. The secret is not the garlic and onions but the curry , cinnamon and fresh herbs. Delicious!
Baklava is a Turkish or Greek sweet pastry made of layers of filo pastry filled with chopped nuts and sweetened with sugar syrup and held together or honey.
Brazilian Frittata is a handy recipe. You can always cut some fresh seasonal vegetables and herbs from your garden and make a healthy and delicious frittata.
Tom Yam soup is a delicious and most famous soup from Thailand.
A lot of ingredients can be found in your garden. Nan and Oi made this soup in 'The World Garden' . We picked fresh coriander and tomatoes from 'The World Garden'. Oi and Nan made this soup, enjoy!
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About the World Garden
'The World Garden'.
Women from all over the world meet each other in this garden. They are gardening, cooking and eating together. But most of all the get to know each other and learn from eachother
All the 'World recipe' and 'Garden's gifts' come from these women and from the garden.