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A vegetarian twist on the classic French recipequiche Lorraine, this cheese and leek quiche is rich and flavourful. A fast,surprisingly good quiche “leekraine” that makes a great centrepiece at any time of year. Read more
Easily cooked collard greens, bright, garlicky, and crisp-tender. And the best part? You will only need 4-6 ingredients and less than 15 minutes to make them! It is a wonderful way to serve these healthful, somewhat bitter greens. Read more
Caldo Verde is a Portuguese creamy soup made with potatoes, collard greens (or kale), sliced smoked Portuguese sausage and olive oil. It is a hearty, nutritious and homey peasant dish with tons of wow-factor! Ready in under an hour! Simple, pleasantly satisfying, budget and friendly. Read more
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
This Bis ice cream cake appeals to kids of all ages, from 5 to 105. It is sure to be a crowd-pleaser! Read more
Tender shrimp cooked to perfection with all the flavours of your favourite Mexican restaurant dish. Now you can have the same Mexican restaurant shrimp in the comfort of your own home! 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
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
 
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