Raspberry muffinsDeep leek and potato quicheStewed apricotsWindfall apple jellyCretan-style salmon Eggs with mayonnaiseOxtail ParmentierBrioche galetteChicken nemsSpinach and hard-boiled egg gratin

Welcome to cooking-ez

Are you looking for easy cooking? Simple recipes, fully explained? Then you're in the right place!

All the recipes you will find here have been devised for easy preparation: each step of each recipe is illustrated by a photo and detailed explanation, without unnecessary chefs' jargon.

The format (each recipe step = one large photo + explanation), is an important asset of cooking-ez.com, and I write the steps with great care, ensuring clear and simple to follow recipes, even for absolute beginners.

You will see that most recipes are quite straightforward, tested at home by me and presented with a maximum of detailed explanations.

To differentiate them, you will meet these small symbols:

  • : A video is included to show you a particular method or manoeuvre.
  • : This recipe entails a little more work, but nothing superhuman.
  • : This recipe has been commented on or discussed.

But this site is not just a simple list of recipes, you will also find advice, tips, tricks and many other things relevant to cooking.

Enjoy it, and "Bon appétit..."

See what you can do with it

Recipe of the week:

Hay-baked poultry

Hay-baked poultry

Cooking poultry in hay may seem strange, but it is a very simple method. The bird is just seasoned and cooked slowly for a long time with a large bunch of hay.

During the slow cooking the poultry takes on the flavour of the hay, with its mix of grassy herbal and floral notes.

This recipe is inspired by old rural ways of cooking, where meat was cooked for a long time wrapped in hay that had been freshly gathered in.

See the recipe

My EZ Cooking

Register for:
  • Get latest news in your e-mail box (Next message on 2021-10-17)
  • Have your personal recipe binder
  • Submit your own recipes
  • Compose your menus
  • And many more...

Register ConnectionTo find out more...

Calendar of seasons

In October...

Just coming into season: Walnuts, Cabbage, Pumpkins,

In season: Oranges, Grapefruit, Pears, Apple, Grapes, Pineapples, Bananas, Chestnuts, Figs, Japanese chestnut pumpkin (Potimarron), Leek, Purple artichoke, Beetroot, Celeriac, Cauliflower, Morbier, Mont-d'Or,

End of season for: Peaches, Plums, Hazelnuts, Quinces, Redcurrants, Raspberries, Butter beans, Tomato, Aubergines (eggplants), Red cabbage,
PeachesPlumsQuincesRaspberriesButter beans

Click on the pictures to watch the recipes.

Calendar of seasons

Latest comments

Sweetcrust pastry (pâte sablée)
Sweetcrust pastry (pâte sablée)
From Jh: It doesn't.
Sweetcrust pastry (pâte sablée)
Sweetcrust pastry (pâte sablée)
From Penny: How does leaving out the ground almonds affect the...
From Anonymous: Your salmon quish sounds great.. Will use our frozen salmon...
From Jh: Good ones, Label rouge, no.
From Nick johnson: Does morteau sausage contain sodium nitrite?
Pesto crackers
Pesto crackers
From Jh: Hi, you was right, the baking temperature was missing in...
Pesto crackers
Pesto crackers
From Anonymous: Hi, it seems that there is no baking temperature? Could you...
Stewed apricots
Stewed apricots
From Jh: Because it's not needed.

Blog articles

Introduction to New Nordic Buffet Delicacies
Introduction to New Nordic Buffet Delicacies: Nordic delicacies reflect culinary proficiency from Nordic...
The time of the jams
The time of the jams: We are well into summer as I write this, and this is the...
Markers in cooking
Markers in cooking: When it comes to cooking, there is only one real rule, and...
The march forward
The march forward: When professionals get to work in their kitchen, lab or...
How to break eggs properly?
How to break eggs properly?: It is a very common gesture in pastry, bakery and of course...
A few tips for effective kneading at home
A few tips for effective kneading at home: When you have to knead dough for bread or some other...
Incise some meats before cooking
Incise some meats before cooking: Have you ever had this rather unpleasant phenomenon: you...
Steam for baking bread
Steam for baking bread: What does steam have to do with bread-making? This is not...

What's news?

  • The blog posts are in a more mobile-friendly and fluid form.
  • Each printable recipe contains a QR code, readable with your mobile, which points to the original recipe.
  • With the quick search on the whole site, you also have a complete search engine in the recipes: ingredients present or not, duration, costs, or dietetic.
  • Next new recipe will be on line on the 2021-10-17

Cooking-ez.com it's:

  • 94K pages viewed per day, average last 7 days (Google Analytics data available, contact me about that)
  • 22K comments posted
  • 9,500 subscribers, with 587 recipe binders with 8,548 recipes
  • 299 visitors now
  • 279.1M page views since its creation in 2007

Back to top of page