Gluten Free Brazilian Cheese Bread (Pão de Queijo)

Let’s try something different. Dough, but with no flour. This recipe just came to me without looking for it and I decided to cook it – in the internet site https://nooosugar.wordpress.com/. It’s very easy – you just have to find tapioca starch, which is not that difficult. Try these interesting Brazilian little bread. Easier to prepare even than muffins and sooo delicious! 🙂 Enjoy!

Very chocolate scones

SCONES are something like small bread, cakes, muffins or sweets. Their origin is Irish, but some sources say they come from Scotland. The name comes from Danish and means “pure, fine white bread” and in Scottish it means “crush”. Maybe that’s why the pronounciation is different – “scOns” or “scOUns”. They are usually made from wheat flour, whole grain flour, or oatmeal, with baking powder…

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Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict is a traditional American breakfast or brunch dish, consisting English muffin topped with a poached egg, bacon or ham, and Hollandaise sauce. Here is our version of recipe: We replace the poached eggs with sunny side-up eggs. We also replace bacon with smoked salmon and add some healthy and delicious avocado. Skipping the salmon makes perfect vegetarian eggs Benedict. Making eggs Benedict requires…

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Greek moussaka

Like any other recipe, this one also has numerous options – it can be made with eggplants, potatoes, zucchini, where each vegetable is fried or baked slightly in advance, covered with white sauce and then baked again. This time I decided to use eggplants and bechamel sauce, leaving the other options of this dish for some other time. But I didn’t miss the scents that…

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Pork steaks with smoked cheese in a pot

On cold days, there is nothing more warming the body and soul than a dish in a clay pot. Especially if it is with pork steaks … And the addition of melted cheese further enhances the incredible aroma that is floating around the kitchen. Take 2 hours for baking and you will see it will be perfect. 😉 The recipe is by Rositsa Stoyanova, published…

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Roasted pumpkin (bark up)

The recipe for roasted pumpkin is an integral part of the Bulgarian cuisine, the Bulgarian spirit and lifestyle, as well as the Bulgarian literature (remember Dushko Dobrodushkov by Elin Pelin, the archivist at the district government, who brings for signature papers to the house of the Governor…) It’s very easy to prepare, but so delicious! And now is the pumpkin season. We at home, following…

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