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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 16, 2019

Marble and filled Pralines

I made two simple pralines, one is made with black and white chocolate, the other is filled with a liqueur infused white chocolate.

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Pork Terrine with Chorizo

I wanted to cook a terrine for a long time, but never found the time for it. This one is a very simple meat terrine with Chorizo.

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Zucchini Roll

These puff pastry-zucchini rolls are very easy and taste wonderful. You can eat them warm or cold, so you can take them easily to a pick-nick.

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BBQ Lamb Leg

I have marinated the leg of lamb in two different marinades, the meat was wonderful tasty, slightly spicy and wonderfully tender!

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Swiss Carrot Cake

There are many traditional cake recipes in Switzerland, and this is one of them.

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Stuffed eggplants

The eggplants I used today are the round ones from Thailand. They are not only beautiful to look at; green and purple in color; but also have a great taste.

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Easter Eggs

Every year I color eggs for Easter. Of course, I want to have different ones every-time and this time I bring you a very quick and simple way to color eggs.

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Zopf Easter Bunnies

They are very simple and don’t just look good, they are also delicious! I used a traditional Swiss Zopf dough and made it with some yogurt. So the dough will become softer and very airy!

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Spaghetti con Gamberi e Pesce Spada

This is a recipe of my cousin in Italy. He is a typical Italian, he needs his Pasta every day at lunch time!

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Stuffed Beef Roll

I cooked this stuffed Flank Steak. I find this a very simple way to cook it and it looks very beautiful on a plate. You know the eye always eats too, as we say.

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Basil and Tomato Pesto

Everyone knows Pesto nowadays! It belongs to the modern kitchen now.

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Quick Mayonnaise

Fresh Mayonnaise is a MUST with asparagus!

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White Asparagus

We love asparagus, but sadly in Asia it is very expensive. As my hubby was in Europe lately he brought 6 kg of white asparagus with him. It was a feast!

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Veal Roast

This light and tasty veal roast​ is so easy to cook! I served it with a broccoli-potato mash.

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Spinach and Ricotta Rotoli

The Pasta Rotolo is absolutely delicious. It’s perfect to prepare ahead and can be served for big crowds. A MUST for Pasta fans!

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Vogelnaeschtli - Swiss traditional Pastry

I chose the Vogelnaeschtli (it means Birds Nest) as they are so very typical old style Swiss. You can buy them at the bakeries in Switzerland.

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English Sandwiches

Sandwiches are easy to make, and you can fill them with whatever you like.

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Chocolate Bar w Almond a Coconut

always wanted to make my own chocolate bars, it’s not hard to do. These chocolate bars are influenced by some bars we used to get in my childhood.

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Violet Sweet Potato Gnocchi

Sweet potatoes are well known for their bright orange color. But you can also find them in a beautiful violet.

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Wild Rice with Beans

I loved it because I think, the crunchy rice fits well with the softness of the beans and the tomato sauce. The addition of mushrooms gives it a wonderful taste. Next time I will add some feta cheese at the end

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Homemade Pizza Sauce

Pizza Sauce is a slightly thicker sauce, than a normal tomato sauce. You can use this sauce as a base to lots of dishes, similar to the Passata di Pomodoro. The main difference is the seasoning. Passata is normally only salted but without other seasonings.

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Green Pepper and Chili Pickles

We should start the BBQ season So, I am preparing what can be cooked or canned in advance.

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Quick Croissants

I am not calling them “Gipfeli”‘ which is the traditional name of Croissants in the German speaking part of Switzerland. Why? Because they are not made with the traditional pastry for those delicious croissants. If you do them original it takes more than 24 hours to make the pastry. Mine are made a lot quicker! These Croissants are made with a quick puff pastry, which you can also use for pies.

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Apple Charlotte

but to my surprise it was easier than I imagined and the Charlotte came well out of the little gugelhopf/Bunt cake forms.

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Ham and Cheese Bread

Under the name Ham and Cheese Bread most people understand a Sandwich. But it doesn’t have to be a Sandwich. I created my own ham and cheese bread by including ham and cheese into the dough.

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Chicken Curry w Coconut and Tamarind

This time it would be a curry, which I cooked in coconut milk and seasoned with tamarind juice.

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Crispy Perch Fillet

Perch is my favorite fish in Switzerland; whenever I am there, I have to eat it!

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Tropical Fruit Jam

wonderful jam, made with a variety of tropical fruits

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Ginisang Corned Beef

The Filipinos have wonderful dishes, they are just not known very well. Or you may have a wrong picture of their kitchen, due to prejudice.

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One-Pot black Pasta with Salmon

it was clear, with these ingredients I need to make an Italian dish. So, I threw them all into one pot and I ended up with a delicious dish of pasta with veggies and salmon.

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Breakfast egg in bread

This is the ideal breakfast when time is too short to sit down and have a long and nice breakfast.

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Boeuf Bourguignon

My Boeuf Bourguignon is also cooked a long time. Of course, you need to be in the kitchen a bit longer, but it is really worth it!

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Flammkuchen from Alsace

Frances answer to Pizza: Flammkuchen

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Grissini

Grissini are bread-sticks from Torino/Italy.

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Shrimps in Springroll Leaves

This is a quick finger-food, or even a starter if served with a salad.

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Fruit Salad with a kick

Let’s make Fruit Salad! And why not add some liqueur or schnapps?

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