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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: Jul 23, 2019

Swiss Chocolate Cookies

Switzerland is a chocolate country, very famous for its yummy chocolates. So of course, I need to include chocolate. And as you can see, I even found the perfect cookie cutter!! So, let’s do it!

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Spicy Pizza Biancha

To make a quick pizza you need some basic ingredients. As I didn’t have any tomato sauce at home, I just used sour cream, some hot red pesto, anchovies and blue cheese. Sour cream is white, hence the name “white Pizza”. It’s easy and quick!

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Wonton Chips

Everybody knows potato chips but that is not the only thing to make chips with. I use wonton wrappers, the ones used for dumplings and Dim Sum.

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Ras-Blackberry Vanilla Syrup

Of course, you can easily make syrups and liqueurs yourself! By doing so you can avoid to drink too much sugar, artificial coloring or even preservation agents.

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Micky's Raclette Potatoes

The recipe was created through an accident; I came home after a day at UNI and my fridge contained potatoes, Raclette cheese and ground beef. So I created a quick recipe, which turned out very delicious.

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Slow roasted Pork Ribs

Ribs are soooo goood! Nicely marinated and slowly roasted they stay juicy and will be so very tasty. Everyone will love them! They are very simple to cook, but you need to be patient, they take their time.

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Ham in Aspic

Aspic is quite well known in Switzerland, it’s a tradition to serve them with cold meat platters or even for breakfast. I remember my Dad loving them for dinner, just with some fresh bread.

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Cheryl's Chocolate Cake

a delicious gluten-free cake

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Garlic Lobster Tail

I made a garlic butter and used it as seasoning. My son was finger-licking happy!!!

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Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

I love sweet potatoes. They contain a lot of vitamin E and A and even more sodium and calcium as the normal potatoes. They also have more sugar, that’s why they are sweet.

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Parmesan Tomatoes

Tomatoes are best during summer, fresh from the garden!

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Eggplants from the Clay Pot

I used lots of garlic and herbs and cooked them long until soft. It was delicious and my daughter said, you can cook them again.

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Apricot Raspberry Pie

This cake is delicious! Very fruity, slightly sour through the apricots, sweet through the raspberries and it also looks great. I can really recommend it!

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Cold pork fillet with sour cream sauce

Especially during hot summers you like to eat cold dishes. The good thing with this recipe is, you can use left-over meats of roasts or so.

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Micky's Chicken Wraps

These Chicken Wraps are wonderful! I served them to my mother, the owner of this blog, and she liked them very much! I think, that’s a compliment to me!

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My Farm Bread

We Swiss are spoiled with wonderful fresh and crusty breads. Here in Asia these are very hard to find, so I bake most of my breads myself. I try out all kinds of flours, seeds and flakes etc.

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Filipino Egg Tarte

This is a very simple egg tarte from the Philippines. It is like a custard on a pie crust! Very refreshing and not too sweet at all. It really is little work for a delicious pie!

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Gravlax

Gravlax is a cured raw fish originally from Sweden, Norway, Denmark. You season it with salt, sugar and herbs, it’s so easy.

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potato-meat Croquettes

This time I mixed the mashed potato leftovers with ground meat and boy are they good. If you serve them with some salad it’s a full meal!

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Berry Curd

Sadly Quark/Curd is hardly available in Asia. Actually, you can use it in so many dishes. It’s a pity because you can make a dessert with it in 3 minutes or less.

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Strawberry Granita with Aperol

he recipe is very easy and you will have a dessert in no time. I now always have a box of it in my fridge. You can serve it with berries, fruits or just with some mint leaves.

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Strawberry apricot Jam

This time I mixed strawberries and Apricots!

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Philippine savory Cheesecake spread

This spread has dried tomatoes in it, but you should add herbs, or garlic, or olives, to give it a different taste.

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Butter Zucchini

It’s Zucchini season and they are so good and juicy, I need to cook them again. I like to cook them in butter, they get very tasty this way. This is a very easy recipe!

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Sangria

Sangria, summer in a glass, THE drink in Spain! I serve it quite often on our roof garden parties. And yesterday I served it again and my guests didn’t drink anything else!

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Beer Chicken

Many of you know the beer-can chicken, but this dish here is chicken cooked in beer. It gets crisp and nice and wonderful and not at all dry. It’s really easy and cooks by itself, so it’s perfect for parties and big crowds.

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Zoodles with Cream Sauce and Tomatoes

Now we have gluten allergy in our family, and we need to rethink our cooking. These Zoodles are an alternative to pasta and very much as versatile as normal pasta. They taste delicious and are not only for people with gluten allergy.

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Wilma's Schoggigade

witzerland = Chocolate Country! Yes, that’s how the world sees us, and it’s not wrong! I live in Asia, am half Italian and half Swiss, have traveled the world, but I still think, Swiss Chocolate is the best!

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Bacon wrapped Pork Fillet w Hasselback Pot

This time I bring you a meal with not only good taste but also good looks and taste! And you only must be in the kitchen for a short time, the rest will be done by your oven! It’s so easy!

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Tagliatelle all'Aragonese

Pasta enters the elite kitchens in Spain of the hand of the Andalusians. Pasta recipes are variously made with flour and water and in the thirteenth century:

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Indian Salmon with spiced Cauliflower

Again I bring you a simple but delicious dish form India. The salmon is very easy spiced and cooked in the oven. The cauliflower is bursting from spices and the turmeric will give it a wonderful color.

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Giant stuffed Hamburger

I made this giant hamburger without bun, but with lots of stuffing. What you use as stuffing is up to you. I used cheese and tomatoes.

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Vietnamese Pancake with meat filling

the crepe is made with coconut milk and rice flour, which makes it very soft and light and I filled it with a meat filling, which is similar to the Thai Kai Yad Sai.

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French Dressing

I love French dressing, thin and nicely seasoned. When I make dressing, I use to make a lot more than I need. The work amount is the same as with small amounts. You can keep the dressing in the fridge for up to one week at least.

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Strawberry Kiwi Jam with Whiskey

Strawberries are back in season and I love to cook jam with them. I also added kiwis, as they have lots of vitamin C. To make the jam a little more special I also added Whiskey!

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