Vanilla Sponge Cake

A perfect cake recipe or everyone’s birthdays or an afternoon tea. Vanilla sponge cake one of the most simplest cake you will ever bake, made with very few and simple ingredients like egg sugar and flour no need to use any kind of fat like oil butter. The recipe required a bit of fineness as

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Tuna and Avocado Salad

This Tuna and Avocado Salad has a simple and surprising combination of ingredients but it is just work This tuna salad can be serve on the side with dinner or as a very satisfying lunch because it comes together quickly and is loaded with protein ….

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Mexican Fudge

This Mexican Fudge is rich creamy and has just the right kick to make your guest wounder how in the world you made this fudge This fudge is so simple to make too

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Florentine Stuffed Meatloaf

Its a fun twist on your traditional meatloaf There;s nothing wrong with old fashioned comfort food but this spin will keep your week nights interesting you can also prepare the meat mixture the night before and then just saute the spinach and assemble the next evening i hope you enjoy this recipe with your family

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Classic Almond Flour Pound Cake

Classic Almond Flour Pound Cake

This Basic Almond Flour Cake has the perfect blends flavors .The Beauty of this recipe is that is easily adaptable and you can change the flavors to suits your own tastes. The texture of this cake is very dens and rich Its taste just like a flour based pound cake.

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Baked Custard

This baked custard recipe has just 4 ingredients .what seems like a tricky  dessert to make was surprisingly easy. This old fashions custard is definitely a comfort food you can enjoy this crusted any time of the day.

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BANMIAN

This warming Chinese soup is full of slippery homemade noodles surrounded by a full-flavoured anchovy stock. If you’ve never made noodles before, never fear, they are very easy. If you have a pasta machine you can use that for rolling and cutting the noodles; if not, just roll the dough as thin as you can

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EGG TOAST

Egg toast is a ubiquitous Korean street breakfast, providing a nutritious and filling start to the day. The cheese and ham are lovely optional additions, but the brown sugar, unusual though it may seem, is pretty much essential to the egg toast experience.

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YAKISOBA NOODLES WITH PORK AND VEGETABLES

These tasty fried noodles – traditionally made using wheat and egg noodles rather than the soba (buckwheat noodles) that their name suggests – are ubiquitous all over Japan, where they are really popular for festivals, parties and just general speedy snacking. As with all stir fries, the time is in the chopping of ingredients; once

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EGG HOPPERS WITH CORIANDER COCONUT CHUTNEY

A fabulously unusual Sri Lankan brunch dish, egg hoppers are coconut and rice flour pancakes cooked with a steamed egg in the middle. Traditionally cooked in a ‘hopper pan’ – a small high-sided wok – that gives the pancakes a classic bowl shape, but a non-stick wok or frying pan is fine. Note: you will

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CHICKEN CURRY KOTTU ROTI

Kottu roti (literally ‘chopped roti’) is perhaps the defining street food of Sri Lanka, their equivalent of a burger in terms of sheer popularity. The curry recipe calls for a lot of ingredients and preparation, so I’ve made double the quantity you need, so you can freeze a batch for next time. You could also

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TURMERIC FRIED EGGS WITH CURRY SAUCE

I adore egg curries; if you’ve never made one and are a touch sceptical, I urge you to give this Sri Lankan version a go. Eggs and spices are simply made for each other, and here you have soft-boiled eggs fried until crisp on the outside, served in a generous puddle of curry sauce –

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TEA EGGS

I absolutely love these marbled hard-boiled eggs. Popular with street vendors across China, they are exquisite to look at, taste mighty fine and are a doddle to make. This recipe is very easily adapted to make as many tea eggs as you like: you don’t really need to increase the spices and soy, just make

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FUL MEDAMES WITH LEMON TAHINI AND ALEPPO PEPPER

Ful medames is a hearty fava bean purée common all over the Middle East, but especially in Egypt and Syria where it’s a regular street breakfast dish. The Egyptians favour serving it with chopped tomato and boiled egg; the Syrians with tahini, olive oil and Aleppo pepper sauce. Here I’ve gone the whole hog and

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DORO WAT

This Ethiopian chicken and egg stew is really fragrant thanks to the heady mix of berbere spices and a long, slow cooking time. You can buy ready made berbere spice blends in some supermarkets, but I’d urge you to make your own if you can. It takes no time at all if you have a

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EMPANADILLAS DE ATUN

The Spanish answer to a pasty, these little pastries are stuffed full of tuna amd sweet onions and peppers, and are heady with the scent of smoked paprika. For the very best flavour, they are great served warm, rather than hot, making them the ideal candidate for a street-food picnic.

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POLPETTE

Polpette are little flavoursome Italian meatballs, normally served as a snack or appetiser rather than with the perhaps more familiar bowl of spaghetti. The trick to a soft and tender meatball is to soak the breadcrumbs in milk before you add the rest of the ingredients. Note: you may wish to begin this recipe the

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SMAŽENÝ SÝR WITH TARTARE SAUCE

This super-easy fried cheese snack from the Czech Republic ticks all the street food satisfaction boxes – crisp outside, oozing melting middle, and a sharp, tangy sauce to go with it. The trick to getting a crunchy exterior with the cheese melting all over the pan is the double coating of egg and breadcrumbs, so

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PIEROGI

These traditional Polish dumplings are fairly easy but pretty time-consuming to make. For me, their rich woodland flavours make them the perfect street food for making on a wild, wet autumn afternoon – they really are comfort food extraordinaire .

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KARTOFFELPUFFER

A staple snack at Christmas markets across Germany, kartoffelpuffer are crisp potato pancakes served with a dollop of tart apple sauce. These make a great snack with a glass of cold beer, or try them with a warming glühwein , just as they would in Germany.

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BUTTER TARTS ( Made with Cory Syrup)

BUTTER TARTS ( Made with Cory Syrup)

These utterly delicious sweet tarts are said to be one of Canada’s only indigenous recipes and are baked on the street and in homes across the land, with several festivals and ‘food trails’ dedicated to celebrating them. They are traditionally made with corn syrup to keep the texture soft and oozing; however this can be

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Egg Fried Rice

Egg Fried Rice recipe is easy and delicious perfect fro lunch and dinner. This speedy classic egg fried rice taste just good with all your favorite Chinese dishes . The secret to the best Chinese rice is onion garlic sesame oil shredded chicken vegetables rice stir fried in a wok or frying pan.Serve with various

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Egg Halva

Egg dessert is a traditional dessert of Pakistan and India This dessert is full of protein and taste. Egg halwa is perfect sweet dish for friends and family show up at your hoe and you have nothing special to serve them. The key ingredients of this mouth watering halwa are solid milk ( khoya) sugar

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