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Beef steak

The tenderloin is the best and the most tender cut of beef. Moreover, tenderloin if often a synonym for the best meat in general due to its softness, low fat content and high proteins. This iron-rich red meat has often been recommended for persons with anemia.  Usually, you are able to buy the tenderloin whole not if form of a steak. It weights from 1…

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Potato lasagnas

As a great fan of lasagna, I am always looking forward to combinations that resemble them. Minced meat and bechamel sauce are lasagnas, so the whole recipe can be called a variation on the theme. The good thing is that you do not have to make original lasagne layers because the dough is made from potatoes and breadcrumbs, like a dough for dumplings. What you will…

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Ciabatta sandwiches

Sometimes, I don’t have time to make homemade bread. Not too often, but it still happens. Is it because of many obligations of badly planned time .. I don’t know. Reasons are many but none of them will change the fact that I need bread at that moment. I will always rather eat homemade bread, but when it comes to choosing between purchasing, I definitely…

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Pork fillet

fake beefsteak  Pork fillet, also known as the tenderloin, is the eye fillet that comes from within the loin. It’s a lazy muscle and as such is lean and very tender. This part of meat almost doesn’t have fat at all, therefore its preparation requires special treatment and patience. Pork fillet is very quick to cook but will soon dry out if overcooked. There are bigger…

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Avocado pizza

There are several different ways how to make a pizza dough, I personally like this one the most. You already had the opportunity to read about this principle on my blog. The only difference is that I didn’t let the dough rise this time, and the result at the end was great. Ingredients: 250ml lukewarm water 1 teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon dry yeast 50ml sunflower oil pinch of salt 210 g flour (Schar, Mix B) 100ml of tomato juice…

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Chicken Rolls

If you try to use ordinary ingredients in a little different way than usually, you can get a bunch of super tasty and very interesting food. Crispy dough filled with soft juicy meat wrapped in fresh baby spinach and cheese that melt is one of those old/new meals that is going to discover a completely new taste to your mouth. When you see how “easy to…

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Gluten Free Pizza by Tea

Is there something better than hot crispy pizza? In a country like mine, people who have problems with gluten doesn’t have the opportunity to go outside and just buy gluten free pizza. If you want to eat it, you have to make one. Every time. I was lucky to experience a home delivery gluten free pizza in the United Kingdom and to eat it in restaurants in Italy and Austria. I can’t decide which one…

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Halloween Zucchini

Halloween is getting closer, so you better be prepared. “Halloween is also known as All Saints’ Eve because it is the evening before the Christian holy days of All Hallows’ Day. Some folklorists have detected its origins in the Roman feast of Pomona, the goddess of fruits and seeds, or in the festival of the dead called Parentalia … Some have linked it to the Celtic festival of Samhain, which comes…

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Tuna Steak

This is one of those recipes where you can be 105% sure they are gluten free. All the ingredients are natural, so you don’t have to worry about anything. It is good for you to eat fish at least once a week because of its omega3 and Vitamin B complex.  First step is to make marinade. I can’t imagine sea fish without it. When you…

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Salmon Sandwich

During the hot summer days, you can’t eat heavy food. Even if you want, it is not heathy and you will feel tired and sleepy after it. My advice is to choose light food. Consume a lot of vegetables and fruit. Drink water! This time I choose to make a sandwich for lunch. Some would probably think that sandwich can’t be a lunch food, but trust me this…

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Fried Spring Onion

Fried onion is very easy to make. Beside it’s amazing taste it is also a decorative. You can eat is as a main dish, with some sauces but it can be also a great side dish. I will show you how to make it and you decide how you gonna eat it. You will need just a few ingredients. Ingredients: spring onions salt egg Schar Mix B, Bread…

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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 ragù, 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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Gorgonzola Chicken

  Have you ever try to put gorgonzola cheese and pear together in a same dish? If you are not, it is time to try something new. For this amazing new recipe from “Gluten free Tea” you will need: chicken breasts gorgonzola cheese pear bread crumbs egg white soy sauce flour water rice * If you don’t know where to buy gluten free bread crumbs, you…

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Smoked Silver Carp

  Smoked Silver Carp .. how does it sound to you? Whether it is river or sea fish, I love to prepare it on Mediterranean way. Smoked fish has taste similar to the smoked meat, just it is lighter. Ingredients for my (Mediterranean) way of preparing are olive oil, lemon peal, rosemary and pepper. If you prepare regular, not smoked fish than you have to add some sea…

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Lamb and pumpkin

Lamb and pumpkin is one of those recipes that you invent in a moment. I didn’t actually know what I was going to make, so I just enter the kitchen and start. I wanted to make something with lamb and pumpkin that day, but I wasn’t sure how it’s going to look like at the end.  I want to put the accent on the refreshing…

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Eggplant and Pistachios

Since I can remember, I was a real hater of eggplant. My mum was trying hard to convince me to taste it, but all her manipulations were in vain…until one day. I was helping her prepare our (Serbian) traditional pantry supplies for the winter. One of the dishes we were preparing was Ajvar, and her secret ingredient is eggplant! While helping and working with the…

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