Matcha, Lime and Chocolate Tiramisu

Matcha Lime and Chocolate Tiramisu is a unique and delicious twist on the classic Italian dessert. This recipe features layers of ladyfingers soaked in matcha and lime juice, and then layered with a creamy mixture of mascarpone cheese, whipped cream, and white chocolate.

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Sushi Vinegar

Sushi vinegar is a key ingredient in making sushi rice, which is a crucial component of sushi rolls and other Japanese dishes. It is made by combining rice vinegar, sugar, and salt in specific proportions to create a sweet and tangy flavor that complements the delicate flavors of raw fish and other sushi ingredients. The

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Barbecue Chicken Marinade

Barbecue chicken marinade is a sauce made from a combination of barbecue sauce, honey, soy sauce, garlic, and other spices. The origins of barbecue chicken marinade are uncertain, but it is believed to have originated in the southern United States, where barbecue sauce is a common condiment used in many dishes. The recipe has since

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Plum Sauce

Plum sauce is a thick, sweet, and tangy sauce that typically consists of plums, sugar, vinegar, ginger, and other seasonings. The plums are usually cooked down to a pulp with the other ingredients, then strained to remove any solids, resulting in a smooth and glossy sauce that is dark in color. The origins of the

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Funnel Cake

Funnel cake is a popular dessert that is typically found in fairs, carnivals, and amusement parks in the United States. The cake is made by pouring a batter made of flour, sugar, milk, and eggs through a funnel or a squeeze bottle into hot oil. The batter forms long, spiraled strands that are fried until

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Pound Cake

Pound Cake is a classic cake recipe that originated in Europe but has become popular all around the world. The name “pound cake” comes from the traditional recipe, which uses a pound each of butter, sugar, eggs, and flour, creating a dense and rich cake. However, modern recipes may vary in their ratios and ingredients.

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are a classic dessert loved by many. This recipe combines the perfect balance of crispy edges and chewy centers, with a generous amount of rich chocolate chips in every bite.

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Mint Chutney Pudine ki Chutney

This green chutney is the most popular chutney throughout India. Every household adds its own special touch and ingredients and there are hundreds of variations on this chutney. Mint chutney can be served with any Indian snacks, breads or grilled meats and poultry. This chutney can be refrigerated for up to a week or frozen

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Red French Dressing

Red French Dressing Recipe Red French dressing is a salad dressing that is characterized by its reddish color, tangy taste, and slightly sweet flavor. The origins of this dressing can be traced back to the 19th century in France. It is typically made with ingredients such as ketchup, vinegar, sugar, Worcestershire sauce, onion, and paprika.

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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

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 – 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

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 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

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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