Michaël Vrijmoed

VRIJMOED185Star chef Michaël Vrijmoed made a superb recipe with our Pur Natur yogurt Greek style 700g.
Dicover his pure flavours now.

Pur Natur recipes from star chef Peter Goossens

Peter Goossens kookt Pur NaturPeter Goossens cooks Pur Natur. Star chef Peter Goossens has created two superb recipes with our new Greek style yogurt
Discover the full recipes! Tasty!

Benoit Dewitte

Pur Natur recipe by Benoit DewitteBenoit Dewitte from the star restaurant Benoit & Bernard Dewitte has created 2 wonderful recipes with our Pur Natur Greek style yogurt. Let yourself be surprised by the unique and pure flavours!

Pascale Naessens

Pascale Naessens kookt Pur Natur







Pascale Naessens does 'pure' cooking with Pur Natur products. It is no secret that Pascale Naessens, author of the best-selling cookbook 'Pure Enjoyment' and one of Belgium's leading chefs, is very concerned with pure, healthy cooking. That's why we, as manufacturers of organic milk products with nature always close to our hearts, asked her to prepare a series of dishes with our products.
Try it yourself!

Comte de Flandre

Pur Natur recepten van Comte de flandre te Oudenaarde







The chef of the brasserie/restaurant Comte de Flandre on the marketplace of Audenarde has created 2 delicious recipes with several Pur Natur products.

Discover them here!

Restaurant Berto

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David Bertolozzi from the star restaurant Berto in Waregem has made 4 recipes with several Pur Natur products.

Discover these recipes with surprising combinations and flavours.

Restaurant De Hermelijn

Pur Natur recipe by restaurant de Hermelijn







In the picturesque village of Wannegem-Lede, subdivision of the municipality Kruishoutem, the charming restaurant De Hermelijn is situated. The chef Jeroen Denis made a really tasteful first course with our Pur Natur Greek style yogurt. Discover his creation!

Baked pineapple

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A recipe from Berto restaurant


A recipe by berto restaurant waregem

Baked pineapple with Hibiscus jelly, pistachio sponge cake, yoghurt & lavender sorbet


1 ripe pineapple

Hibiscus jelly
125 g water
25 g sugar
5 g Hibiscus tea
1.2 g Agar Agar
1.5 gelatine sheets

Pistachio sponge cake
50 g almond powder
50 g pistachios
100 g sugar
150 g egg white
250 g flour
100 g egg yolk
green colouring

Yoghurt sorbet
2 dl Pur Natur semi-skimmed milk
2.5 dl Pur Natur natural yoghurt
1.7 dl Pur Natur fresh cream
120 g sugar
2 tablespoons lavender blossom



Slice the pineapple into square pieces without the core. Fry it in butter until nicely golden brown.

Hibiscus jelly
Boil the water and sugar. Add the hibiscus tea and allow to draw for 4 minutes. Strain, bring back to the boil and add the Agar Agar.
Add the soaked gelatine and pour out in to a tray to a thickness of 2 mm.
Allow to cool and cut to the required shape.

Sponge cake
Mix all the ingredients together to a fine consistency and add a few drops of green colouring.
Fill a siphon bottle and spray into a plastic beakers until 1/4 full. Heat for 30 seconds in the microwave.
Allow to cool and cut to the required quantity.

Yoghurt sorbet
Heat the milk, fresh cream and natural yoghurt and allow the lavender to draw for 5 minutes and pour everything through a strainer on to the sugar.
Spin in a sorbet machine


Place the warm pineapple on a plate with the rocky cake, arrange a quenelle of sorbet between the mounds and finish with a leaf of anise cress.

Photography: Heikki Verdurme

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