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By Flores Hernandez Mauro
Esta receta me hizo interesarme sobre los guisos de la pasta ya que tuve un deleite con la pasta fue totalmente nuevo y donde puedo hacerme valer como alguien diferente a los chefs
By Olivers Granny
This is a swedish dish for using up leftovers from the weekend.Or you can use a tin of spam.Quite often an egg is added before serving. "Pytt I Panna" simply means "put in the pan"
I discovered this after the Starbucks nearest my home closed. I was a massive fan of their panini's and wanted to find out if I could recreate the taste at home. Much cheaper too!
Hats off to the French for this one. A fantastic breakfast or brunch treat that you can serve with most spreads: jam, syrup Nutella etc. A true hit with the kids as well.
I have always loved Avocados, using them in various dishes since I began cooking. This recipe saw me through university and gives me a genuine kick of energy and happiness!
By Yael Mer
Right after the famous Falafel, we have the Shakshuka - Leshakshek means "to shake" in Hebrew.Everyone has his or her own personal version, find yours
My best friend at uni Karuna first made this for me when we were stayin at her Halls. It was a quick fix, very tasty and filling be it at 3am or 3pm
We feed this healthy and tasty dish to our grandchildren if we collect them from school. Served with a few chips and/or a salad they wolf it down.
Fluffy, filling and fast. Serve with a colourful salad and fresh crusty wholemeal rolls for a deliciously healthy and satisfying meal.
there easy to make and very tasty, nice to put in a picnic basket, eat on its own or with a piece of cheese or cream cheese.