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Nutella Brownie

This recipe of brownie with Nutella is quite popular, but on the Internet you can of course find many versions with more or fewer ingredients. However, the version that I present here is extremely simple and suitable for those who have problems with gluten. Can you believe that only 3 ingredients are needed to prepare []

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Banana marbled muffins

These banana marbled muffins are surprisingly tasty. An easy recipe, ideal for children and for those with an allergy to eggs. Because yes, you read that right, this recipe does not include eggs. The dough you’ll get is fluffy and with a perfect moisture. For those who are not very familiar with the word “marbled”, []

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Carolina cake

This recipe is of my own creation, and because of this is why I put my name on it. The fillings can be varied to your liking, but the mix I present in this recipe is by far the most liked among all my friends. In regards to the cakes on the second and third []

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Barros Luco sandwich

I don’t even know where to start on all the memories this Barros Luco sandwich brings back to me. How can something so simple cause so much pleasure on the palate? The thing is that if you choose a good bread, a good cheese, and a good steak, you’ll simply get a delicious and traditional []

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Carrot cake

This delicious carrot cake is ideal for Easter time, in case you want to finish your lunch in a brilliant way, then this may be the perfect dessert. Now, if what you’re looking for is something appropriate for the afternoon tea or coffee, then this is also an excellent choice. The taste of the cake []

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Zucchini stuffed with pasta

I would like to start this post by saying that I would have loved to have taken better photos for this recipe, but I had so little time that instead of postponing it or having all the contents sitting there in order to sharing this recipe later on, I preferred to just post it, because []

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Base dough for pizza

I can’t remember exactly when was the last time I actually bought a pizza. I’ve been making this dough at home for a while, and in many occasions I’ve used whatever I could find in the refrigerator to make the toppings. Sometimes I make half of the pizza with other toppings, for variety. This dough []

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Carrots and zucchini croquettes

Because we not only can make large croquette or omelet dishes, but we can also make these little croquettes as a side for our main course meals. The portions are perfect for children, plus the zucchini is so versatile. And along with the carrots, which provide a fairly sweet taste, they achieve a flavor that []

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3 artichoke dressings

If there is a vegetable that fascinates me, it is the artichoke.  Unfortunately here in Atlanta is usually quite expensive compared to Chile. I have memories of my childhood when my mother used to prepare the traditional dressing of lemon that I explain below.  I also take this opportunity to share two more dressing options []

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Bavarois with strawberry

The truth is that this dessert came out because I had a few strawberries that were about to get sour in the refrigerator. I usually like to taste them just like that, but on this occasion it was worth making something with them, and what better than a Bavarois! (Bavarian Cream). Bavarois with strawberry   []

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Cauliflower soup

This is a simple but delicious cauliflower soup, it doesn’t need many ingredients in order to get a very enjoyable soup that can be used as a starter dish, or for those days when you need to warm up the cold days. In my opinion it is quite filling, so if you are planning to []

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Alfajores from Mar del Plata

I was very much pending to publish this recipe, so I finally bring it to you today, because I know that the sugar-lovers will enjoy it. I remember several years ago myself making alfajores very similar to these, but I couldn’t find the recipe, until I saw it a couple of years ago on the []

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Beans soup, with onions and sausage

Here in Atlanta we are currently in the middle of the winter, and to be honest it hasn’t been that cold, compared to previous years. I’ve been able to take my kids to outdoors locations more frequently, and enjoy the fresh air during the warmest hours on the day. However, there are days when it []

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Almond quinoa with cranberries

A while back I got this book entitled “THE 4-INGREDIENT DIABETES COOKBOOK”, by NANCY S. HUGHES. Even though I have no diabetes, I know that many of my followers do, and many of them also have relatives or friends that unfortunately have to deal with this disease. That is why I accepted that I would []

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Beets with goat cheese, arugula and almonds

I find it incredible that I keep adding ingredients that I didn’t like when I was little, in this case I’m talking about beets. I have learned to discover its taste and to combine it with other flavors. In this case, the mixture of these two main ingredients (beets and goat cheese) seems fascinating. Unlike []

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