– Pumpkin Coffee Cake Recipe: How to Make Pumpkin Coffee Cake Recipe – Egg Keema Masala Recipe: How to Make Egg Keema Masala Recipe – How to Cook Bacon in the Oven – Trader Joe’s New Items: They Did the Oat Milk Ice Cream Thing – French onion tart

Une tarte à l’oignon, or onion tart, quickly became my favorite dish when I first came to France. During the winter months making this tart and eating it hot from the oven with a green salad made for a most satisfying evening meal. I used to eat it a lot when I first came to – Raspberry clafoutis

Clafoutis are a French dessert, typically made with cherries. And if cherries are substituted with other fruits, we are supposed to call it a flognarde. This homely dessert originates from Limousin, a region in central France. If you enjoy raspberries, you’ll love this dessert. The juice of the raspberries seep into the flan-like dessert and – Croque Madame

Originated in France as a fast-food snack, and served in cafés and bistros, croque Monsieur is the hot ham and cheese grilled sandwich we all love.  A croque monsieur topped with a fried or poached egg, is a croque madame, or in parts of Normandy, a croque-à-cheval. I love this sandwich with french pressed coffee – Omelette roulade

Omelette is certainly the most common dish served in each household. It was one of my childhood favourite dish. Whenever I smelled my mother’s freshly cooked omelette, I would sneak into the kitchen and eat a few bites. This roulade or roll up is a stuffed omelette with cream chesse, red peppers and rocket salad; a great – Parmesan roasted potatoes

I make mashed potatoes, roasted potatoes, hasselback potatoes, and even grilled potatoes all the time! However, Parmesan roasted potatoes provide a taste that’s beats them all! With only a few simple ingredients, these potatoes are a cinch to whip up as a side dish. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, they’re so tasty!A – Molten Chocolate Cake or Coulant au Chocolat

Mmm Chocolate “Coulant”, this nice little cake with a smooth and runny center…  So if you love chocolate, especially, the ooey-gooey style, so this is for you!  This dessert has become so popular that one might think it has always existed, when in fact it was created in 1981 by Michel Bras, France’s most venerated – Chocolate & Speculoos terrine

This is probably the easiest dessert I’ve ever made. It takes no time to assemble then a few hours in the fridge and it’s done!! Sometimes you just don’t feel like standing in the kitchen for hours and sometimes you have some friends coming over for a last-minute drink or dinner and you need to – Madeleines with pine tree honey

What I love about baking is the fact that recipes are much more of a chemical formula. Exact amounts of flour, sugar, leaveners, fat and liquid involved. Adding a little more or a little less of any of these key ingredients could quite possibly throw off the formula, and result in a less than perfect – Fish kibbeh – kibbit samak

You may all be familiar with kibbeh, one of the most venerated dishes of the Levant, and sometimes considered the national dish of Lebanon, Syria, Palestine, and Iraq. Generally, kibbeh is most commonly defined as a mixture of bulgur and ground meat usually in meatball-form. However, there are a variety of dishes under the name – Chocolate mousse guaranteed

Chocolate mousse is a much-loved dessert and it’s funny that there are so many different ways to make this classic, with different textures but one only name: the chocolate mousse. This recipe is really easy, only 2 ingredients and you’re done. Since the recipe has only two ingredients, it all depends on the quality of

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