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Sandwich Tunisien

  Easy lunch : the Tunisian sandwich is quite popular in North Africa and France. A great idea for a lunch. It’s yummy, healthy, easy and quick. It can served as a salad or as sandwich in Tunisian bread, a French baguette or a pita bread. Ingredients: potatoe, egg, tuna, cucumber, tomato, onion, pepper, red …

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Persian sweet Masghati

Between one of the finest cuisine in the world is the Persian cuisine. Full of green herbs and vegetables. Today, I tried this very easy recipe I wanted to share. Masghati – Persian Rose Water, Cardamom Pudding with Almonds and Pistachios Ingredients: Makes about 30 diamond-shaped masghati 1 cup corn starch or wheat starch (I …

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Spinach soup to keep the winter warm

Autumn has started tough in coughing and sneezing. As we did not had a proper cold freezing winter, germs can be stronger. In my family, we always cure cold with a warm soup, lots of tea with honey, ginger and lemon. I do believe on the virtue of natural therapy, especially if you start at …

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Asparagus soup

Asparagus has many medicinal virtues. It is used in irrigation therapy, urine infection, joint pain, lang cancer and more. It’s delicious served cold with chopped chalots and vinaigrette of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Easy to wash, just needs a rince, take the bottoms off, keep the heads for adding at 5′ before then end, …

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Carrott soup maison

A quick and healthy lunch. 4 carrotts, half an onion chopped, 750ml hot water, a chicken cube. Let it cook slowly for 30′. Mix it in the blender, add shopped coriander or parsley. served with fresh toasted bread with sea salt butter, shopped coriander and fresh garlic. an absolute delice, easy, fast and healthy. Bon …

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The International Vegetarian Day

Today, is the International Vegetarian Day so I will be sharing some of the great recipes appearing online. I love veggies. Never eat enough. Starting by this Turkish egg dish. Reminds me of the Chakshouka dishes my Friend Andre Nataf, father of JP Nataf of Les Innocents Rock band, that I have no news, used …

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Mexican Quesadillas

  As I have now one child at Uni who loves cooking and needs ideas for simple quick recipes, I will post few here so she can get inspired. I had a meal with a lovely Malaysian lady who like many of my friends has travelled the world and enriched her culture, including her culinary …

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Moroccan Chicken Tagine from Eassaouira

A delicious Lemon tagine we tried at the beautiful Essaouira. Here are the ingredients: Onions, 3 1/2 White pepper Ginger Green olives Parsley Salt Lemon preserved 2 lemon Cucurma Garlic 5 cloves Instructions by the chef: Add Olive oil, chopped onions, chicken in small pieces, chopped ginger, Green olives, a coffee spoon of white pepper, …

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An authentic Delhi Chicken Curry

A new recipe tried with friends cooking class by Tanuja Chicken curry 1 kg chicken 3 medium size onions 1 pod small garlic 1 inch ginger 4 large tomatoes A bunch of Fresh coriander 1 Lemon Turmeric 1/2 tea spoon Red chilli powder 1 tea spoon Pink Hymalayan Salt to taste Whole spices for roasting …

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Risotto chicken, leek and mushroom

A simple and quick dinner. Get two chicken breast, my favourites are from M&S . Cut the chicken in tin slice. Shop one leek and cook in hot water for 10-12′. While the leek is cooking, fry the chicken on both sides, while frying, chop one pack of mushroom. Add the mushrooms onto the chicken …

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