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Erasmus recipes

  • Moroccan Mint Tea Recipe

    In this article, I will explain to you how to make the famous Moroccan tea that is sold in the most luxurious markets of Turkey. Moroccans make tea quite sweet. It's as sweet as the Turkish sweets and candies. In a small teapot, they usually insert 4 pieces of sugar...

    0 by Karam, one month ago
  • Papanasi recipe

    This recipe is a typical desert from Romania and I really liked the taste of it. It's like a kind of ball which tastes like fartura (Portuguese style donuts), without sugar all over it, and instead, it is accompanied with a raspberry sauce, which can be a different...

    1 by Ben, 2 months ago
  • Chilean pebre

    ***A Pebre is a type of Chilean condiment*** A Chilean couple served us this condiment one dinner time. It is easy, quick, easy to make and is really good. Ingredients - One large tomato; - One onion; - 3 tablespoons of coriander; - 3 tablespoons of chopped parsley; -...

    0 by Ben, 2 months ago
  • Banana Pancakes

    One rainy Erasmus day I was just craving pancakes. I’m not one for cravings, but when I get one, I get it strong, and I need to eat it no matter what. The problem is that when I started to make my pancakes, it seemed that all the planets aligned against me to make...

    1 by Leah, 4 months ago
  • Cantonese Fried Rice

    Today I'm recommending a dish to you which you'll have already tasted in any Chinese restaurant and it might’ve even become one of those dishes that you order every time you go there: Cantonese Fried Rice. In all Asian countries rice is a king. It's not possible to...

    0 by Amy, 5 months ago
  • Quinoa and mango salad

    Hi everyone! Today I'm doing a salad dressed in vinegar and chia seeds. I hope you like it. Ingredients Defrosted green beans. (Source) 200 grams of quinoa. 400 millilitres of water to cook the quinoa in. 150 grams of frozen green beans (you can use them as they are or...

    0 by Holly, 7 months ago
  • A simple baked cheesecake

    I think this is the third cheesecake recipe I've posted. At this point, no one can deny that I'm a "cheese lover". When I was only two years old, I loved eating cured cheese... and even my mother was always offering me cheese from the laughing cow! I like to try all the...

    0 by Holly, 7 months ago
  • Fruit with Nutella!

    In this post I would like to share with you is a typical and healthy Italian pairing of Fruit and Nutella! It is one of my favourite ways of eating it, because compared to the normal "Nutella on bread", it reduces the number of calories so I feel a lot less guilty! The...

    0 by Emily, 8 months ago
  • The typical dishes of Cosenza

    What are the typical dishes of the city of Cosenza? The first one to spring to mind has got to be pasta alla Giancaleone - pasta in a creamy tomato sauce with pancetta. You can find the recipe on my blog. Source Second, I think of cuddrurialli - a type of fried...

    0 by Emily, 8 months ago
  • Pan con tomate: a Spanish speciality

    What is "pan con tomate"? The typical 'bread with tomato' found in Barcelona may also be known as "Italian bruschetta". In fact, it it made from a slice of crusty bread, straight from the oven, which crushed tomatoes spread over the top, exactly like in...

    0 by Emily, 8 months ago
  • Students in the Kitchen: Gnocchi (Ep. 3)

    Gnocchi Thursdays! This is a very famous Italian saying. Gnocchi are a type of homemade pasta which we often eat on Thursdays in Italy (although in my house we also occasionally have them on a Sunday). When I was on my year abroad I would make them almost every week for...

    0 by Emily, 8 months ago
  • Students in the Kitchen: Pizza Napoletana (Ep.1)

    Every student who goes on a year abroad with Erasmus, will sooner or later have to make a crucial decision: order takeaways or stop buying fast food. But standing in the kitchen, a thousand questions and doubts plague students the world over: how much salt do I have to...

    0 by Emily, 9 months ago
  • 5 international recipes

    Hello everyone! This time I am going to share 5 typical recipes from different countries so that you can try and share them with whoever you want. I have already mentioned in several blog entries that one of the things that I most liked to make (because I love to eat)...

    0 by Olivia, 10 months ago
  • Check List

    Guidlines for Internship in Spain We are fully emerged in work with the new wave of students experiencing their internship in the Canary Islands. We have also welcomed our two new interns, who will be joining the TJT team until June. Inspired by all the new comers, we...

    0 by Marivi, 10 months ago
  • The Student's Coffee

    Summer is coming, but before we can enjoy ourselves and relax on the beach, we have to get through the fateful exam period. For us designers, and I don't think we are the only ones, the time is approaching when the nights are waaaaaay too short, and we students can...

    0 by Emily, 11 months ago
  • Student friendly recipe: Vegan chocolate cake with vanilla pudding (no heating required!)

    Student friendly recipe: Vegan chocolate cake with vanilla pudding (no heating required!) Back in the kitcken with my mother!  My mother is back in the kitchen teaching me the recipe of a vegan delicious cake that I have to share with you because is simply so tasty...

    0 by Șchiopu, 11 months ago
  • Vegan snickers: how to?

    Vegan snickers: how to? Who doesn’t like snickers, a sweet and crunchy bomb that gives you energy, but how about a plant based version of it which can be enjoyed by vegan fellows too? Well, my mother found the best recipe that tastes the same as a normal snicker or...

    0 by Șchiopu, 11 months ago
  • Mochi Making

    A good part of the memories I made in Japan is connected to the food of course. I came to appreciate not only the taste but also the preparation and presentation of various dishes. But never have I thought that I would come in contact with such wholesome food...

    0 by Teodora, 11 months ago
  • Homemade cake with blueberries

    Who doesn’t like cakes?! I don’t think that there is a person on this planet that does not like cakes. That is why I will share the secret recipe of my mum’s homemade cake that has been passed to her from my grandmother. The cake is medium sweet and puffy. It is...

    0 by Alexandrina, 11 months ago
  • Regions of Istanbul, Turkey

    Istanbul is an enchanting mixture of oriental and western cultures, a modern and dynamic city with a unique identity. Its rich past coexists alongside its youthful exuberance. As though no longer the capital of Turkey, Istanbul remains the cultural and business center...

    0 by Isobel, 11 months ago

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