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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: Jan 17, 2019

Green Mango Smoothie

I made immediately this wonderful fresh green mango smoothie, I love them so much! You can use fresh milk or condensed milk, both is good. In the Philippines condensed milk is used more often, as it can be kept in the hot climate.

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Tuna Fish Tartar w Cracker Spoon

We eat in stile! First you eat the fish with the spoon and then you can chew the spoon itself!

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Laugen Bread Rolls

The Laugen bread rolls count to the favorite breads in our family, but it’s hard to find them in Asia. That’s why I made them myself.

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Potato Gorgonzola Soup

n Winter one likes to eat soups! Such a hot soup is a delicious meal and very filling.

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Potato Pot au Gratin

I have a special Paella pan and use it for far more dishes than just Paella. I made a potato gratin in it and it was so easy!

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Spaghetti Carbonara

If you are in a hurry, Spaghetti are the solution! No matter if you use a frozen sauce and quickly defrost it or if you create a quick sauce, it’s a fast process. The same with Carbonara!

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Three Kings Cake

This Sunday the three kings day. That’s the day when Balthazar, Caspar and Melchior arrived in Bethlehem to bring their gifts to baby Jesus. In the German speaking countries in Europe we bake a Three King Cake for this occasion.

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Stuffed Mini-Capsicum

Stuffed vegetables are always something tasty. You can actually fill any vegetable with anything or even use up leftovers. So you have a new meal every-time!

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Chinese Shrimp Toast with Sesame

I have eaten these small triangular shrimp toasts at our Chinese restaurants very often. Now I wanted to do my own version of them. They are so very easy and quickly done

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Curry Soup with Chicken Skewer

This is a very quick, but really unusual soup recipe. I cook it very often, as my family loves it! It’s perfect, as it just needs a few minutes to make!

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Limoncello-Prosecco Cocktail w Cointreau

Just a few days to New Years Eve and you might be looking for the perfect drink? Look no further, here is a beautiful and delicious cocktail!

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Hamburger stuffed Mushrooms

They are easy to fill with whatever you like. I made them in all kind of variations before and everybody loved them. This time I filled them with a hamburger and put them into the oven. They were delicious!

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Filled Pimentos

I have been inspired by a recipe and so I filled pimentos. They are perfect as finger-food for a party.

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Crispy Eggplant Dices

Quick and easy is this light eggplant recipe. As the eggplant is not deep-fried it has a lot less calories.

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Engadin Cookies

Engadiner Cookies, from the beautiful Engadin in the Canton of Grison in Switzerland. They are made with almond pieces in the dough and are really easy to bake.

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Almond-Chocolate Rolls

This is a quick pastry everybody will love! All you need is almond paste and simple chocolate bars, not the filled ones. As you can make the pastry as small as you like, they are perfect sweet bites.

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Pasta with Pork Belly

My Mama used to cook pork belly and pork knuckles in tomato sauce. It gives the sauce a wonderful taste. It’s easy but it needs some time, as the pork belly must cook longish to get soft.

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Swiss Cheese Pie with Spinach

Cheese and spinach go very well together, that’s what I think. So I baked a hearty pie with a lot of cheese and spinach.

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Lamb Stew on Polenta

Especially in Winter one likes to eat a hearty meal. Lamb is perfect for this and served with Polenta, corn grits, it is absolutely delicious.

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Parsley Knoedel

There are several possibilities to recycle bread. I used dark bread for my Knoedel/Dumplings and mixed them with lots of parsley. They tasted very good!

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Simple Pralines

I chose the title “simple pralines” because these pralines are fool-proof! Nothing can go wrong by using the silicone praline-cups!

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Banana Flower and Glass Noodle Salad

It’s a delicious starter, you can also add some fried beef or chicken, or a very good side dish to grilled meats.

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Gnocchi with Eggplant Zucchini Sauce

You can actually serve this sauce also with any pasta or store bought Gnocchi. My sauce is made with eggplants and zucchini.

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Gruyere Broccoli Souffle

A lot of dishes are being cooked with the addition of cheese, just like this souffle. Gruyere is one of the famous cheeses from Switzerland, with a wonderful taste, perfect for cooking. I added broccoli and the result was a very creamy souffle. Typical Swiss.

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Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

I love Brussels Sprouts and could eat them everyday. This time I cooked them with bacon bits and au gratin them with some cheese. It was so yummy!

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Roasted Pecan Nuts

Soon it’s Christmas and this time of the year is also the time for nuts. I got a box full of pecan nuts and needed to peel them, then I roasted them.

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Risotto con Zucchini e Melanzane

Here in Asia I like to serve Risotto as a starter to my Asian guests. They don’t know this style of creamy rice. They are amazed every time, they can’t believe the rice can get so creamy and not sticky, soft and not falling apart. Until now all of them were always delighted.

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Mocha Snowballs

These cookies are just divine! Light and fluffy and not too sweet. My son gave his seal of approval, so they will be taken into our list of every-year-cookies.

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Homemade Pasties with Shrimp Curry

First I show you how to make the traditional Swiss pasties, then you can find the recipe for the shrimp curry.

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Egg Liqueur Matchsticks

You have two choices; you can dip one end of the cookies into melted chocolate, then they look like matchsticks. Or you can leave them plain. The cookies are really nice and crumbly.

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Chicken Liver Pate with Port Wine Jelly

I looooooooove Pate! That’s why I made some again.

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Port Wine Jelly

This port wine jelly is not a jam, but actually, I am sure it taste wonderful on a slice of bread. It is meant to be served with some cheese; believe me, you will love it!

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Hazelnut Macaroons

It’s the time of the year again to become festive! And we Swiss start with our traditional cookie bakery.

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Berenjena con Vinagreta ~ Spanish Tapa

This is a typical Spanish eggplant salad. It’s fresh and with a taste of summer, it fits perfectly to grilled meats or fish, or you can just eat it as a main meal with some nice and fresh crusty bread!

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Almond-Amaretto Stollen

Stollen is a very traditional German Christmas Cake. The very famous one is the Dresdner Christstollen. Usually it is made with raisins and orange peel etc, but my son doesn’t like this. That’s why I tried a different taste with almonds and Amaretto, an Italian liqueur.

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Crab-Fish Cakes

I mixed these crab sticks with some white fish and made small cakes with them. They tasted wonderful!!

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