Chili-Orange Chicken

Chili-Orange Chicken

It really is that easy in less then 30 minutes you can have this healthy version of Chili Orange Chicken on the dinner table and your family begging for second you can serve over white or brown rice or if you want an even lighter version serve in lettuce cup.

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Chocolate Frosty

Chocolate Frosty

This Chocolate Frosty only has three ingredients and make enough for a party,,,its tastes so creamy and chocolty,,,make this delicious chocolate Frosty at home and enjoy summer.

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BEGHRIR WITH HONEY BUTTER SYRUP

BEGHRIR WITH HONEY BUTTER SYRUP

Beghrir , also known as ‘thousand hole pancakes’, are a hybrid between a crumpet and an American pancake and are popular in Morocco as a breakfast on the run, or as a snack to break fasting during Ramadan. I love to eat these with fresh figs – their musky sweetness feels like a fitting match

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MELKTERT

MELKTERT

Melktert – literally ‘milk tart’ in Afrikaans – is a delicious cinnamon-topped custard pie that is hugely popular across South Africa. Not limited to street eating, it’s often baked at home, to a recipe passed down through generations, and is also served in bakeries across the land as a delicious snack. I make it in

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WAFFLES

WAFFLES

These traditional waffles are a street staple in their native Belgium. Unlike American waffles (which use baking powder), these have a little yeast in the batter. The result is a light and airy inside and a crisp outside. As to what to top your waffle with – the world is your oyster!

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GARRAPIÑADA ALMENDRAS

GARRAPIÑADA ALMENDRAS

Garrapiñada are delicious caramelised nuts made in large shallow copper pans by street vendors of Argentina and Uruguay. They are usually piled into cellophane cones to serve and make a great little edible gift. They are often made with peanuts instead of almonds – just make sure you use unsalted nuts with the skins on,

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KORVAPUUSTI

KORVAPUUSTI

Ubiquitous across Finland, often eaten as a snack with a glass of cold milk, these buns are translated literally as ‘slapped ears’ – some say because of their slightly squished shape, and others because children who tried to steal them hot from the oven were told they would get their ears slapped. Note: you will

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BEIGNETS WITH CINNAMON SUGAR

BEIGNETS WITH CINNAMON SUGAR

Brought to New Orleans by the French in the eighteenth century, Beignets are crisp little doughnuts made from a rich yeasted dough. Served hot and rolled in cinnamon sugar, these make a very moreish treat. Best of all, they freeze brilliantly, so you can pop them in the fryer and enjoy them anytime you fancy.

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Bread Gulab Jamun without Milk Powder

Bread Gulab Jamun without Milk Powder

  Bread Gulab Jamun recipe also calld instant gulab jamun with bread . an easy alternative to traditional gulab jamun recipe which is prepared by breadcrumbs or bread . Bread gulab jamun can be easily served as dessert or perhaps can be prepared for festivals like diwali and christmas.

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