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All posts tagged Nut-free

A basic recipe for gluten-free pizza dough that is soft and has just the right amount of chewiness, and when par-baked, it bakes up crispy on the bottom. And it is so easy to make. Making your own gluten-free pizza crust is so worth it! No more frozen gluten-free pizzas or overpriced pizzas from restaurants. Read more
Focaccia is a wonderful thing to have on hand. Crispy outside and light and fluffy inside. It is really quite delicious! Try it warm with a glass of deep red wine and a wedge of cheese on the side. Read more
I've made up this version of stroganoff with crab stick, and bocconcini and my family loved it. And as usual in Brazil, Stroganoff is best served with potato sticks. Read more
Arracacha bun is soft like a cloud. A fluffy golden bread full of flavour! Make this recipe for breakfast, brunch or afternoon snacks or for the school lunchbox! Read more
Cheaper than going out to a restaurant and just as good as the chef made scallops, you will love these mouthwatering sea scallops with spinach cream! They are a luxury, and a feeling of fine dining washes over you when you have it with a glass of your favourite wine in hand. Read more
Pumpkin compote (Brazilian doce de abóbora) is so easy to make!!! In this recipe, pumpkin and sugar are slowly cooked on the stovetop. Yes, this is a simple 2-ingredient recipe. Read more
Rösti is one of Switzerland's iconic national dishes. The potatoes are shredded and then formed into a "pancake," stuffed with cheese and then finished with another layer of potatoes. Both sides are fried until crispy and golden, while the inside remains soft, buttery, creamy, cheesy and gooey. You'll love them for brunch, lunch or dinner. Read more
A whole filet mignon (or beef tenderloin) is a lean cut of premium beef and one of the most tender cuts of beef you can cook and is ideal for roast beef. The Roquefort (blue cheese) creamy sauce is simple to prepare and delicious to serve with the roast beef. Read more
Have dinner on the table in under half an hour with this pan-fried Yellowfin tuna fillets topped with a creamy Dijon sauce with hints of herb and garlic. Read more
Yakisoba is a Japanese noodle dish that literally translates to grilled (yaki) noodles (soba). It is incredibly versatile, making it a perfect weeknight meal for using up whatever meat and vegetables you have on hand. Once the vegetables and meat have cooked and the cooked noodles have been added and sauteed briefly, a sweet and slightly salty sauce is added to the pan. It’s that simple. Read more
 
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