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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: Dec 6, 2018

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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Sausage Wreath

This is a very beautiful idea for Christmas, but you can also serve it on a birthday, or even this coming New Year! We made it for this Christmas and it decorated our table with many other beautifully decorated plates.

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Breakfast Omelette

You can easily make them yourself and it doesn’t take longer than the wait in front of the cook at the hotel breakfast buffet. I filled mine with tomatoes, ham and cheese and it was delicious!

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Spaetzli - Swiss Pasta Dumplings

Spaetzli are small pasta dumplings, very famous in Switzerland, South Germany, Austria and even in Hungry. The origin is not clear but one knows that they existed already in the middle ages. Served with a sauce or just with cheese they are delicious!

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Cheese Crackers

My crackers are made with cheese and topped with sesame. They go very well with any starter, salad or soup. Try them, they are easy and quick.

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Roasted Cauliflower with Cheese Dip

I roasted my cauliflower and served it with a cheese dip, so you can serve it as finger-food or even as side-dish to meat or fish.

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Pumpkin Prussien Cookies

These Prussiens are a very quick and easy Finger-food, that’s perfect for any party, but even more for Halloween or Thanks-Giving. My Prussiens are not vegan, I added some ham. They taste very good and are beautiful and colorful!!

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Wedding Parcels

Filled Pastry Parcels with Pork Medallions and vegetables

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Caprese Puff pastry Slices

I think everybody knows now what Caprese is. The most well known variation is the salad one;m tomatoes, Mozzarella and basil leaves. The colors of the Italian flag!

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Fior di Zucca

That’s why I bought some of those delicate flowers and made my version of for di zucca. But I didn’t fry them in oil but baked them in the oven. The ones we had in Italy were all fried, but I made the more original version of baked for di zucca.

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Marshmallow Ghosts

I made these little ghosts with cookies and marshmallows and some melted chocolate. It’s super easy and quickly done and I think kids and adults will like those little sweets!

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Pasta Dough homemade

It’s actually no big work to make your own pasta dough!

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Chicory Soup

Chicory can be used for many more dishes then just salad and baked vegetables. I like to surprise my guests with a soup.

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Crepe Parcels

I love Omelettes, as we Swiss call the crepes and I love vegetables. Actually you can use all leftover vegetables or meats you have in your fridge. All things you cannot make a full meal with anymore!

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Apple Jelly with Booze

And again the apples of our gardens have been pressed into a lot of fresh cider. This time I added some booze to it for all the grown-ups.

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Filled Bread Rolls

I made these simple filled bread rolls and made a video. It worked well, I am amazed I could do it so easily!

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Lamb Shanks in Espresso

Lamb Shanks are like Osso Bucchi, one has to cook them for a long, long time. If you are patient the meat will fall off the bone by itself! Of course it’s also important to season the meat well and in what you will cook them. I used espresso, jap, just strong coffee.

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Rosemary-Focaccia Skillet Bread

Focaccia Bread is quickly done and can be seasoned in many ways. Use herbs, so you can season it differently every time.

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Tiramisu with Eggs

My sons favorite past time, making Tiramisu

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Salmon Macarons

A funny finger-food you can also serve on Halloween!

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Redcurrant Cake

I very seldom bake now, just for the two of us it’s just too much. We also don’t really eat and like sweets so much. But when I saw these redcurrants I could not resist!

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Yeung Chou Fried Rice

Yangzhou fried rice is one of the most well known fried rices from China. It is originally from Yangzhou, a province in Jiangsu.

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