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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: Oct 1, 2020

Swiss traditional Sausage and Prune Compot

As a Swiss I’d like to introduce you to the traditional dishes of my country. This is one of them!

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Berenjena Gratinadas

I love quick recipes and this is one of them. And if it is with eggplants … I cannot resist!

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Patatas Bravas y Salsa Brava

Roasted or fried potatoes are available in almost every country, and each country has its own style how to cook them. And here I bring you the Spanish variation called Patatas Bravas.

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Spanish Lemon Chicken Tapa

It’s cooked quickly and it tastes so very good!! Actually, I would like to serve it with a plate of rice as a full meal, not just as a Tapa.

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Warm Beef Salad

Here in Asia we love meat salads. It doesn’t matter what meat it is, chicken, beef or even seafood, we love it! I love these salads too, because they are light and very easy to make.

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Zwaetschge Waehie

On our summer holidays visiting the family in Switzerland, I can hardly wait for their prune tartes. I cannot wait until the prunes are ripe and I can finally bake!!!

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Chinese crispy-soft Coconut Tofu

This time I marinated it and then fried it in a crust of coconut. It turned out wonderfully crisp at the outside and silky soft at the inside.

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Autumn Flammkuchen w Pumpkin and Figs

A Flammkuchen would be used to test the heat of their wood-fired ovens. At the peak of its temperature, the oven would also have the ideal conditions in which to bake a Flammkuchen. The embers would be pushed aside to make room for the cake in the middle of the oven, and the intense heat would be able to bake it in 1 or 2 minutes.

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Spaghetti Squash

How and with what you serve it, is up to you. I used a lot of cheese and some chili!

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Potato Herb Waffles

Easy and quick way to use up leftover mashed Potatoes!

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Bacon Jam

Bacon Jam? That really does exist? YAP!!!! Bacon jam has many uses. Of course, as a jam it belongs onto a fresh slice of bread; but it also belongs into a bread, or better into pastry.

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Very easy Pancit Canton

Pancit is a dish that is served very often when there are some festivities. It’s perfect for big crowds and can be served cold or warm.

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Sweet roasted nuts

we simply roasted them with sugar, similar to roasted almonds. Yummy, they were incredibly good!

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Plaice Fillet with Coconut Crust

I fried it in a crust of breadcrumbs and coconut. The result was wonderful! Crisp, fresh, juicy and nutty, just like we love it!

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Pepperoni-Capsicum Soup

It’s a delicious soup! Now, as the days get shorter and the nights colder, a soup is perfect for dinner. This soup originates from Italy, the Piedmont, my mothers home region!

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Puff Pastry Pesto Rolls

I always have Pesto at home! I usually make at least 2-3 jars. I use Pesto for all possible recipes. For example I use it as Spread, as Marinade, as Sauce, as Filling or Topping. And sometimes I make something very new, like these little rolls.

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Italian Sausage Bolognese

Everyone has his/her own way to cook tomato sauce. Some say the best is the plain tomato sauce, some love the traditional bolognese, some prefer the amatriciana sauce with bacon and I, well, I love my sausage bolognese!

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Linzer Torte

A cake we all love very much! The Linzer Torte! The cake is deliciously soft and juicy even after 3 days (but actually, it never lasts that long at our home!)

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Onion Pakora

Some call these onion pakora, some onion bhajis; the difference is, with bhajis the dough is not seasoned; with pakora you normally add salt and cumin or chili to the dough. This dough is also nice with potatoes, eggplants or cauliflower!

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Veal stuffed Meatloaf

I think almost everyone loves Meatloaf; you can season it the way you like. So why not season it with Indian herbs, or Chinese for a change, or like me, with Italian flavors?

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Almond Pralines - gluten-free

Today I bring you a very simple but delicious recipe! Who can say no to pralines?! These pralines are made quickly and they also melt quickly in your mouth!

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Homemade Ravioli with Gorgonzola Filling

With the machine they are made in no time! If you don’t have a machine like this, just make them by hand. It takes a bit longer but they are so much better than store bought ones.

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Spinach Spaetzli

Mmmmm…. Spaetzli! We love them and they actually are not too hard to make. And you can add many different ingredients to make them different each time. I used spinach this time and they tasted wonderful!

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Zander with Potato-Onion Mash

Mashed potatoes are really good, we love it. You can mix it with so many things. But to give it a different taste for once, I added cooked onions.

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Figs with Goat Cheese and Honey

I found some nice figs and I stuffed them with goat cheese and dribbled some honey onto them. Delicious!

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Swiss Prune Pie with Baiser

What is more fun than fruit pie? Prune pie! And what is more fun than prune pie? Plucking the fruits from the tree yourself! My sister has the perfect tree for that and because she had so many prunes on her tree, I went to take some down. I just loooove prune pie!!!

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Spaghetti al Pescatore

I have been inspired by my visit in Sicily and so I used fish, eggplant and radicchio for the sauce. Oh, it tasted so much of Italy!!!

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Scottish Strawberry Shortcake

I start with a very simple recipe, a kind of cookie, made from a tasty dough. They are best served with strawberries and whipped cream. Typical English, typical Scottish, and perfect served for the traditional Afternoon Tea!

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Orange-Mango Mojito

I mixed a Mango Orange Mojito. My hubby war very happy, he loves Mojito! I tell you, this golden drink is delicious!

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Airfryer Chicken legs on Polenta

This time I fried some chicken legs in it and served them with a creamy Polenta and of course my favorite vegetable, eggplants. I am an auberginoholic!

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Paella con Chorizo

I love the Spanish kitchen. It smells of sun and sea! But I don’t like seafood or clams in the paella! That’s why I cooked mine with Chorizo and it turned out pretty good!

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XXL-Ravioli au Gratin

What do you do with fresh pasta? Noodles? Spaghetti? How boring…. I made huge Ravioli, XXL size ones! And because I didn’t want them to fall apart, when boiling, I just baked them, almost like a Lasagna.

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Pickled Vegetables

Especially during the summer month, when most vegetables are ripe at the same time, you need to find a way, to use them, before they go bad. This is not a new recipe, actually it is very very old, but also very easy to make.

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Cheese - Herb Scones

Scones are typical English pastries, normally sweet and served with strawberry jam and clotted cream during afternoon tea. I love them! My scones are not sweet, I used a lot of cheese and parsley in them.

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Cauliflower Mash or Soup

Whoever wants to avoid potatoes because of the carbs, use cauliflower! We loved it and my hubby said, it is so nice and creamy, you would think it’s potato mash. Yes, maybe if you eat it with eyes closed.

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Baked Corn Tortilla Chips

I used lots of cheese, tomatoes and eggplants. I had to empty the fridge as we are travelling again. I loved them – of course, as I am an auberginoholic – and my hubby, he went almost crazy!

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