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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 23, 2020

Homemade Chicken Sausages

I made sausages again, but this time I made them with chicken and I seasoned them a little bit spicy.

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Stuffed fried Mozzarella

This Mozzarella Ball is a whole meal; it’s quite heavy, so I recommend, if you serve it as a starter, just serve half for each person. It’s also quite creative if you serve it as breakfast, as full meal with a side salad or as a snack!

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Crispy Beans

crispy beans roasted in the oven served as chips

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Chicken cooked in Bacon with Parmesan Vege

I served cauliflower and capsicum, simmered and covered with some cheese with it.

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Ham and Cheese Sliders

A quick way to make lots and lots of Sandwiches!

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Cauliflower-Broccoli Patties

But this time I made the dough thicker, so I could form nicer patties.

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Mixed Flour Bread from the Bread Machine

My bread is a mixed flour bread with white flour and rye flour. It tastes wonderful!

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Gnocchi al Forno

Gnocchi are good no matter how they are cooked! This time I served them in a sausage-cheese sauce, baked in the oven.

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Cantuccini al Formaggio

Everybody knows you can bake sweet Cantuccini. But salty ones?

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Vol au vent with Salmon

I had these ready-made ones and filled them with salmon cooked in coconut milk. They were delicious!

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Pasta Crespelle

This is an old very traditional dish from the Piedmont, where my mother comes from. It has long been forgotten, but now some famous cooks started to serve it in their restaurants again.

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Crostini con Pesto di Pomodori e Olive Ver

If you’re in a hurry and want to serve something with the drinks, than Pesto is the easiest and best choice.

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Fried Rice a l-Italienne

The Chinese are ingenious with this rice, they give it a few new ingredients and fry them up, and so create a new dish. I did the same, but I did it the Italian way!

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Zuppa Toscana

Winter Soup with potatoes, sausages and spinach

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Beef Medallion with Garlic Cheese in Puff

If you don’t yet have a menu for the Holidays, here is one! If you serve it for Christmas, for a Birthday or any other festivities, it’s always fitting and elegant.

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Marron Glace

hey are a great gift, because no one expects you made them yourself! Whoever wants to try this, must be aware that it cannot be done in a hurry!

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sticky Chinese Pork Belly

Pork belly is a fatty piece of meat like bacon. If you cook it slowly it will get wonderfully soft and tasty. You can cook it in many ways, grill it, bake it or fry it.

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Apple-Cinnamon Waffle

As I am a fruit person my waffles have to be mixed with fruits. Apples are perfect for that, and if you add a little (or a lot) of cinnamon, the house will smell just wonderful!

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Vanilla Cookies with Chocolate

And of course, here is the next Christmas Cookie recipe!

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Sausage in Puff Pastry

Quick made finger-food is always welcome! No stress, the visitors can come!

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Dou Fu Pao crispy Chinese Tofu with garlic

In China tofu is cooked quite often! I am not a big fan of the soft one, but this one, crispy and golden brown, I cannot refuse!

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Sole and Prawns in a Potato flakes crust

I still find it interesting how many possibilities there are to make nice crusts; I will certainly go on searching. This one was a perfect try!

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Lotus Root Chips

When you cook for visitors you like to decorate the plates nicely. Of course, you can use chopped herbs as a decoration, but sometimes it’s good to find something new.

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Sai Mai Lou - Sago Soup

Sai Mai Lou, or Sago Soup, is a very well-known Chinese Dessert. Desserts in China are often very, very sweet, often made with a sweetened red bean paste. This one is not so sweet!

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Biberli

I always wanted to make the Biberli, but never dared. So I always bought them from the store. We love them very much and they are a staple on our Christmas table. So, now I dared to make them and it was not hard at all!

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Chinese Saltwater Shrimps

Delicious and easy shrimp dish from China

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Spitzbuben

An absolute MUST-BAKE for my Christmas cookie plate are the Spitzbuben. They are very traditional Swiss cookies, which are available all year round in our bakeries in Switzerland.

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Leche Flan

Leche Flan (milk custard) is one of my favorite desserts! I could eat it every day! It is not that much different than our own Caramelchoepfli from Switzerland!

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Chrischttoertli

Here I bring you a very old family recipe for the Chrischttoertli. They are Swiss traditional Christmas Cookies.

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Roasted Vegetable au Gratin

I love vegetables, the more the better. They are full of vitamins! And instead of putting roasted vegetables on the table, I used them in a gratin. Some cheese on top; colorful, crisp, it’s delicious!

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Calamari fritti

I had bought some really fresh ones at the fish market, they had been cleaned and cut into rings already, so it saved me this work. I didn’t bake them in a thick batter, because I wanted to taste the calamari, not the batter.

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Pecan Pie

Today is Thanksgiving in the USA and so my pecan pies are perfect for today!

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Black and white Cookies

One cookie, which is beautiful and delicious through the whole year is this black and white cookie. It’s easy to do and you can also just use the white and the black dough singularly.

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Pink-green Smoothie

The result is a vitamin bomb in pink! Not all healthy smoothies have to be green! This one tastes wonderful refreshing!

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Herb-Salt

Especially now before Christmas everybody is looking for an easy, special gift, so this herb-salt comes in perfectly! Easy and quickly done, this is a delicious homemade gift!

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Pork Neck Roast with Red Wine Sauce

This is a very old sauce recipe, it’s the way my mother already cooked it. Let the sauce reduce, then season it and that’s it! What could be easier?

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