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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

Gnocchi with Indian Flavors

A very quick dish with unusual ingredients and seasoning. But because of that it is very refreshing!

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Hollaender Torte

This cake is one of my favorites; it keeps fresh for several day… if the cake lasts that long.

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Crusty Pork Shoulder

I bought this wonderful pork shoulder with the skin on. Oh yes, no need to ask, of course we loved the cracklings!

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Asian Chicken Salad

Fine chicken salad with a lemongrass Dressing

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Health Bread

This is an easy and healthy bread recipe with cracked wheat, cracked rye and oats.

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Zucchini Pasta with Lemon-Parmesan Sauce

Almost everyone loves pasta. And if this pasta is mixed with fresh zucchini it’s even better!

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Indonesian Chicken Rendang Curry

Rendang is a relatively dry curry, it is cooked for so long, that the sauce is sticking to the meat and that’s why this dish is so rich in flavors.

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Mushroom Frittata

Easy and delicious Italian food!

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Italian Sesame Cookies

Soft inside with a nice crust, sesame seeds and a great buttery taste. Just Wonderful!

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Swedish Sandwich Cake

A Swedish Sandwich cake is perfect for a Party! But it’s also delicious as a snack anytime.

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Different Onion Soup

I bring you a different recipe for an onion soup, not the usual one with cheese in it.

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Tomato-Port Butter

This butter is made within 5 minutes and you can easily prepare it in advance. Freeze it in ice-cube dishes

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Charcuterie Board

My daughter is a perfectionist when it comes to arrange food beautifully. She made these stunning meat and cheese platters; one for my birthday just before Christmas.

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Chinese Spring-onion Pancakes

Of course the Chines add spring-onion as a filling to it, but you could also try to fill it with garlic or even pesto. Or spread the filling on top. That makes these Chinese Pancakes international!

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Orange Mousse

I made this delicious mousse. I guaranty it will even slip down your throat after a heavy dinner. You can actually make this mousse also with lemons or even with mandarins.

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Mixer Sauce Hollandaise

I love Sauce Hollandaise!

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Tender Duck Breasts

found – oh wonder – 2 nice duck breasts and I cooked them slowly. No need to do much, so enjoy. The duck breasts turned out beautifully tender with a nice crisp skin.

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Spaetzli Vegetable Pot

I served them with vegetables and cheese, baked in the oven and they loved it very much.

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Swiss Cheese Fondue

Fondue is best eaten with friends. If one of you drops a piece of bread in the pan, he/she must pay for a bottle of wine, or he/she has to sing a song for all others.

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Valentine's Heart with Tomato Tartar

Last year I cooked at home and as a starter I made these puff pastry hearts with a delicious tomato tartar.

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Pickled Shallots

You probably wonder, why the liquid is dark; I used brown sugar and cider vinegar, that makes it dark. But it doesn’t change the flavor or the color of the shallots.

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BrocCauli Curry with Chicken

This curry today is a mix from a few countries; seasoning from India, coconut milk from Thailand or the Philippines and crisp toasted handmade bread from Italy.

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Pizza Dough and Pizzas

Who doesn’t like it?? OK, I would not eat one every day, but from time to time… why not? Actually it’s amazing how easy it is to make your own Pizza; no need to order, save some money and do your own!

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Vegetable Cakes

I don’t like leftovers… I have to invent a new dish with them. I had some vegetable stick left from Saturday’s party and so I used them to make these vegetable cakes.

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Small Cheese Pies

As a Swiss I bring you a very typical Swiss recipe. There is not much work to do, easy and simple. You can prepare these Cheese Pies and freeze some, so you can just take some out of the freezer and you are ready to go.

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Colorful Cheese Pralines

As a starter or as finger-food, these cheese-pralines are delicious! They are done so quickly and you can play with colors!

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Caramelle di Pasta

I did not buy Ravioli, but made them with those ingredients from scratch!

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Salmon with crispy veggies

As I don’t like to serve salmon always the same way, same seasoning, same toppings, I am trying to be creative. This time I topped it with okra, capsicum and pine nuts, the salmon is soft, the topping is crispy and very colorful, just perfect!

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Filled Doughnuts from the Oven

In Switzerland we have Fastnacht/Carnival at this time of the year. This recipe is for baked doughnuts, I tried to avoid the oil and they turned out pretty good.

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Spicy Eggplants

Spicy Eggplants from the Gujarat!

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Gugelhupf with Figs

For a BBQ at a friends place I baked a Gugelhupf. As I just had found some figs in the supermarket, I used them too.

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Lamb Rack with Pistachio Crust

Lamb rack is very delicious. And if it is covered by a crust it’s even better. But the best – as my kids say – is my pistachio crust.

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Sunflower Bread

This shape was inspired by sunflowers. I believe, such beautiful breads fit on any table; for breakfast and also for a party.

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Apple Cream Cheese Mousse

This is again a very quick recipe, it’s done in just a few minutes and can be made in advance. That’s why desserts like this are perfect for parties.

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Leek Risotto

Today I bring you a Leek Risotto!

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Filled Breads

With the Zopf dough you are able to make filled breads. In Switzerland it is a traditional bread and can be filled with any filling. They are absolutely delicious!

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