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Pane-Bistecca

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Mother, wife, passionate cook and baker, hobby photographer. Living in Asia, being half Italian, half Swiss makes me very international, and so are my recipes.

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Member Since: Mar 25, 2013


Last Posted Recipe: Nov 19, 2019

spinach Noodles with chicken and herb chee

I have found some spinach noodles at the Chinese noodle maker and I wanted to pair them with some chicken and a herb-cream cheese. Quick and easy!

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Pili Nut Pesto

Pesto can be done with any nuts!

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Cheesy Shortbread

Shortbread is a typical Scottish cookie made with a crumbly short bread dough. I like to serve savory cookies or chips to soups or salads and starters, and so I thought, maybe I can make savory shortbread cookies with cheese.

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Filled baked Pasta Roll

For this Pasta roll I made a filling with meat and cheese and I baked it in the oven, simmering in broth. The broth will reduce completely and the roll will get nice and crisp.

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Bakewell Tart

One tart I really love, and I had to have on my travel in October, is the Bakwell tart! I love the taste of almond, marzipan and frangipane!

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Small Tuna Fish-Cream Cheese Vol-au-Vents

This is a very quickly prepared finger-food for parties. Nowadays you can get small Vol-au Vents almost in every supermarket. I found some in a fish formed Vol-au-Vents, perfect for a fish filling!

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South African Broccoli Salad

On one of our travels to South Africa we got served a very tasty and refreshing broccoli salad. It was a meal with many small dishes, all traditional South African.

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Chocolate Madeleines

They are soft, with a light crunch, not too sweet and with a wonderful chocolate taste. I can really recommend them, they are fit for any coffee break!!!

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Semi dried Tomatoes in Olive Oil

I only dried mine halfway through, so to preserve the wonderful sweetish taste of the tomato. They are wonderful with bread, cold meats, cheese or even on the pizza.

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Red Wine Tomato Sauce

I found ripe tomatoes in the market and for once they were not expensive. I thought, I make a tomato sauce with them and add some red wine.

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Risotto alle Carotte

There are some people who don’t like saffron, Yes, it’s true! But you can still cook a nice yellow risotto!

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Coq a l'Orange

Yesterday I made this Chicken a l’Orange! The sauce was super-duper delicious! We loved this dish!

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Blue-Cheese filled Chicory Leaves

And another quick finger-food which tastes extremely good! Chicory is in season during winter and you can actually do more with it than just use it for salad or bake in the oven.

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Tagliatelle with Capsicum-Meat Sauce

So I could serve my pasta with a different sauce, I used capsicum and pureed them. The sauce gets a more intensive taste and if you add a chili, it’s perfect!

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Guacamole - Mexican Dip

We love Avocados and for Guacamole there’s always space on our table! But what is more beautiful than serving it on a handmade plate? Yes, my daughter kidnapped me on my last visit in Switzerland and brought me to a pottery workshop.

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Gluten-free filled Pasta Shells

Actually, I wanted to make gluten-free wrappers for our Chinese dinner. To make them was no problem, they turned out well. But… when I wanted to fill and fold them, they broke. That’s because the gluten are missing. Gluten make the dough elastic.

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Swiss Apple Sauce

There is probably nothing more traditional in Switzerland than Apple Puree/Apple Sauce! It’s been cooked for centuries! In Switzerland Apple Puree is not only being served as dessert, but also with the main dish.

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Grape Jelly

What do you do, if you get 2 kg of grapes, which you need to use immediately? You make grape jelly with them!

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Vegetable-Flower Pie

Vegetable pies are always good! But I get bored of just dice the vegetables and throw them onto the pastry. So I decided to do it differently this time. I arranged the vegetables like a flower and used the color of the skin to make a colorful and nice pie. We say, you eat also with your eyes! And I am sure this pie is a highlight on the table!

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Roesti with raw Potatoes

I love potatoes, probably because I am half Swiss!

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Pumpkin Cake

For our Halloween Party there had to be a cake on the table. I thought, I could make one in the shape of a pumpkin. Funnily, when you bake two bundt cakes and turn one over, put them on top of each other, you get a pumpkin shaped cake. I had to try this!

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Red Onion Frittata

I love Frittatas, they are simple to make and whatever you add, they taste wonderful. Normally Frittatas are cooked in a heavy pan and then finished in the oven.

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Swiss Apple Fritters

Oepfelchuechli, as the apple fritters are called in Switzerland, are very famous!!! They are sold at all the funfairs all over the country. Especially in Autumn, when this special cooking apple, the Boskop, is ripe they are being served everywhere. I love them!!

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Swiss traditional Sausage and Prune Compot

As a Swiss I’d like to introduce you to the traditional dishes of my country. This is one of them!

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Patatas Bravas y Salsa Brava

Roasted or fried potatoes are available in almost every country, and each country has its own style how to cook them. And here I bring you the Spanish variation called Patatas Bravas.

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Berenjena Gratinadas

I love quick recipes and this is one of them. And if it is with eggplants … I cannot resist!

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Spanish Lemon Chicken Tapa

It’s cooked quickly and it tastes so very good!! Actually, I would like to serve it with a plate of rice as a full meal, not just as a Tapa.

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Warm Beef Salad

Here in Asia we love meat salads. It doesn’t matter what meat it is, chicken, beef or even seafood, we love it! I love these salads too, because they are light and very easy to make.

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Zwaetschge Waehie

On our summer holidays visiting the family in Switzerland, I can hardly wait for their prune tartes. I cannot wait until the prunes are ripe and I can finally bake!!!

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Chinese crispy-soft Coconut Tofu

This time I marinated it and then fried it in a crust of coconut. It turned out wonderfully crisp at the outside and silky soft at the inside.

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Autumn Flammkuchen w Pumpkin and Figs

A Flammkuchen would be used to test the heat of their wood-fired ovens. At the peak of its temperature, the oven would also have the ideal conditions in which to bake a Flammkuchen. The embers would be pushed aside to make room for the cake in the middle of the oven, and the intense heat would be able to bake it in 1 or 2 minutes.

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Spaghetti Squash

How and with what you serve it, is up to you. I used a lot of cheese and some chili!

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Potato Herb Waffles

Easy and quick way to use up leftover mashed Potatoes!

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Bacon Jam

Bacon Jam? That really does exist? YAP!!!! Bacon jam has many uses. Of course, as a jam it belongs onto a fresh slice of bread; but it also belongs into a bread, or better into pastry.

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Very easy Pancit Canton

Pancit is a dish that is served very often when there are some festivities. It’s perfect for big crowds and can be served cold or warm.

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Sweet roasted nuts

we simply roasted them with sugar, similar to roasted almonds. Yummy, they were incredibly good!

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