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3 in 1 bread

 This 3 in 1 bread is not only tasty, it also looks amazing! It is perfect for some celebrations, picnics, for breakfast or lunch .. it goes with everything. I don’t want to write much about it, because you have great video at the end of the post, where you can see how to make it.  Ingredients: Dough: 300ml water 1tsp sugar 1tsp yeast 350g flour…

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Lasagna

Lasagna is one of the world’s oldest pastas, originated in Italy. Traditional lasagna is made by interleaving layers of pasta with layers of sauce, made with rag├╣, bechamel, and Parmigiano – Reggiano. Today you can find a lot of amazing variations of this famous dish. You can find it in vegetarian shape, with combination of few different kinds of meat, or vegetables, and of course in…

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Ladyfingers Cake

  Ladyfingers or should I call it biscuit pudding cake? This is one of those instant recipes, where you can buy all ingredients. You need biscuits, whipping cream, milk, pudding, chocolate … all these ingredients can contain gluten, so be careful when you decide to make this cake. All products must be gluten free! When you get all ingredients, the procedure won’t be too much complicated.  Ingredients: 200g…

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Peanut Crackers

  If you like peanuts, you are going to love these crackers!  First, I would like to share some interesting facts about this amazing plant. While it has nuts in the name, peanuts are actually legumes, and like beans and peas, belong to the single plant family, Leguminosae. They grow underground, like potato, which is opposed to nuts like walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts … that grow on trees. Peanuts…

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Pasta and Brie

I must admit, sometimes I really don’t have time for some complicated meals. In those days I choose easier solutions for lunch. What can be easier than pasta? However, I am not a fan of those variants where you put just a cup of some cheap cheese cream into your pasta plate and you think you have lunch. You don’t. You will be hungry again in…

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St Valentine’s cookies

  Any cookie can be St. Valentine’s day cookie. The most important thing is to be made with love. In 18th-century England, St. Valentine’s day evolved into an occasion in which lovers expressed their love for each other. In Europe, St. Valentine’s Keys are given to lovers as a romantic symbol and an invitation to unlock their heart. Sweets are, in my opinion, much better way to express your…

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Bread Soup

Bread soup doesn’t differ much from other regular soups, it is just served differently. First of all you need to make a dough. These are steps how to make it: Ingredients: 100 ml water 1 tsp yeast 50 g butter 1 egg yolk 200 g flour Mix all the ingredients and knead the dough. Use a baking bowl as a mold. Stretch the dough and place it in a…

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Gluten free bagels in Vienna – Where to eat and how to make them

The idea for gluten free bagels occurred to me during my visit to Vienna. I spent a few days there and every morning I was going to Blue Orange Coffee & Bagel for a breakfast. That is one bright and cozy cafe/restaurant where beside the regular food, they also serve a vegetarian and gluten free sandwiches and bagels. The bagels are warm and specially packed.  My experience with…

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