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I have been making this bread for almost 20 years and it’s part of my best recipes collection. Parmesan cheese and Italian seasoning add a little “hum” to Italian bread. Serve it hot with your favourite Italian dish, cut into slices or toasted, with butter, dips and/or cheese.

There’s just something about a loaf of homemade bread that you don’t get with normal store-bought bread. Maybe the warm, delicate smell of bread baking, or maybe the soft, fluffy roundness of it.

 

If you’re looking for a simple homemade bread with wholesome ingredients, this Whole Wheat Oatmeal Honey Bread is it. It uses a combination of whole wheat, oats and white flour, and it’s sweetened with honey. With this combination, you’ll end up with a soft honey wheat bread recipe.

Reap the rewards of making homemade bread. This loaf adds a touch of warmth to any meal. This bread is fluffy, slightly sweet and utterly delicious. Everybody loves this never fail recipe! I’ve done to the New Year’s Eve party and it’s quickly gone.

 

I love to bake homemade bread from scratch using a bread machine! Couldn’t be easier and it makes some fantastic bread!

This 100% whole wheat bread is an absolutely a perfect loaf, it’s the softest, moistest, fluffiest, freshest-staying, homemade, healthy 100% whole wheat bread you’ve ever had.

 

This is an easy, crusty, Classic French Bread recipe for your bread machine. I have been making this bread for almost 20 years and it’s part of my best recipes collection.

A few simple ingredients combine to form a homemade treat that’s a little fluffy, a little crunchy, and a whole lot of delicious.

Crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Exactly as it should be!

 

Yuca bread is made from the Yuca purée (or mash). A yuca mash is mixed into the dough, giving it a silky texture. This results in very soft, light and smooth tasting bread. Although the yuca root is starchy and sticky, the bread isn’t. It’s fluffy on the outside and light on the inside.

Yuca (a.k.a. Cassava, Manioc or Mandioca) is a versatile root (a tuber) that is found in both the fresh or frozen sections of large grocery stores. It is a white tuber with a thick, waxy skin. The plant is native to Brazil but has been adopted by cultures around the globe from Thailand to Costa Rica.

Yuca when dried to a powdery (or pearly) extract, is called tapioca. Also try those recipes here using tapioca flour (or starch).

 

A very traditional Brazilian recipe for a deliciously dense and moist cake made from fresh Yuca (Cassava/Manioc) and coconut.

This recipe came from my mom. I love this cake since I was a child. This is the only sweet I compulsively eat, yes; I cannot control myself to stop eating it.

This cake is weighty as a brownie. It is completely gluten-free, very easy to make and an incredibly delightful alternative to accompany your mid-afternoon coffee.

 

Escondidinho in Brazil, cottage pie or Shepherd’s pie in North America, Pastelón in Mexico or Caribe… This pie is a casserole that combines yuca (cassava/ manioc) and a savoury filling – meat (ground beef – my family favourite), shrimp (my favourite), diced chicken, turkey, fish, dried codfish (bacalhau), pork, Sun-dried Beef/jerked beef (The famous Escondidinho de Carne Seca in Brazil) and also soy or veggies could be added or used without meat for a vegetarian version… The fillings are limited only by your imagination.

A true one casserole dish that can also be made from leftovers. You already know that I absolutely love casseroles, not only because they are delicious but also because they are easy and ideal for busy days. You can make it ahead and leave it in your fridge and bake it at the end of the day when you come home from work! It can be served by itself or accompanied by a fresh salad or steamed vegetables. It’s really up to you!

It is one of the most versatile pies that can be assembled. And if you don’t like or find the yuca (cassava/manioc) you can also make it using different types of mashed roots, like potatoes or sweet potatoes or instant mashed potatoes, as a substitute.

It’s gluten-free, the dough is perfect for the gluten intolerant. This is pure fabulousness! One of my favourites dishes.

 

Chopped salads are my life. I crave them 95% of the time and I have a salad every single week day for lunch, but just on the weekends or special occasions I make richer salads like this one.

This salad, which is very similar to my favourite one from Outback Steakhouse, is a blend of fresh flavours (mixed greens with shredded carrots, red cabbage, green onions, sweet candied pecans, tossed with Blue Cheese vinaigrette and topped with Blue Cheese crumbles). You will absolutely fall in love with this recipe.

 

Did you know you don’t have to spend time peeling and cutting potatoes to enjoy a delicious hot bowl of creamy Kale potato soup (AKA Caldo Verde)?

Caldo Verde, a potato and kale soup from Portugal, is a go-to recipe when the weather gets cold outside or for lazy rainy days, when you want something hearty and comforting but don’t feel like putting in a ton of effort.

It’s made with a few simple ingredients, it takes all of maybe 10 minutes of prep work, and it’s ready to eat just less half an hour later. Oh, and it’s all made in a single pot, too. And did I mention delicious? It’s really delicious.

 

 
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