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Erasmus recipes

  • How to make Banitsa

    The Banitsa is a traditional Bulgarian salt pie or type of burek that we use to make a lot on Christmas or New Years. It’s a special Bulgarian tradition where on pieces of paper are written lucky wishes, then they are folded and covered with aluminium paper. These...

    0 by Alexandrina, 19 days ago
  • Traditional Estonian Food

    ‘Must Try’ In Estonia When you come to Estonia, go to the supermarket (like Rimi or Maxima) and try these foods. I would say I enjoyed all of them on this list, however, kisel is still the last on my list…                                   ...

    0 by Adriannaerys, 20 days ago
  • Last offers to explore marrakesh

    Desert tour from marrakech The Agafay desert is located about thirty kilometers south of Marrakech and stretches over several hundred hectares. This desert, however rocky can be assimilated to a desert of sand. Indeed, its white dunes stand out from the landscape and...

    0 by agadir, 27 days ago
  • Fillet of meat with balsamic vinegar of Modena

    Hey everyone! Today I want to show you how to prepare a tasty meal influenced by the place I live in Italy. The Italian influence is seen in the super tasty "aceto balsámico" that runs throughout the ingredients. Just to clarify, this "aceto" isn't a type of oil, but...

    0 by Lauren, one month ago
  • Potato Tortilla

    Hellooooo! Bearing in mind that the title of this blog is "Spanish food for dummies", surely a lot of you were hoping I would post the recipe for the principal Spanish dish: the potato tortilla. You had to wait a while, but here is the recipe for my favourite dish in...

    0 by Emma, one month ago
  • Recipe on how to make the perfect pasta carbonara

    Three months in Italy go a long way, and although it's all ice cream, pizza and pasta... It’s amazing ice cream! Incredible pizza! And fantastic pasta! I haven't ever tasted the same thing twice. And as I fancy myself as quite the little chef, I was dying to find out...

    1 by Emma, one month ago
  • Sweet desserts with a sour touch

    Today I am going to show you some delicious desserts. They are not very intricate desserts, they are simply combinations of together or sweet things that go really well together. These desserts came to me one day when I was at home and I wanted to try new things and...

    0 by Chloe, one month ago
  • Lentils with rice and potato

    Hello everyone! We all know that lentils contain a lot of iron and fiber but they also provide us with quantities of carbohydrates. I wanted to mention this because this recipe includes potatoes, even while knowing about the excessive carbohydrates... but I like it a...

    0 by Chloe, 2 months ago
  • Gazpacho: traditional, easy and quick dish

    Hello again, everyone! Today's post is going to be something different. Short and sweet, but also made with lots of effort. It is about gazpacho, a typical and traditional Spanish meal, a dish that everyone should know how to make. Introduction Now that I live in...

    0 by Olivia, 2 months ago
  • Chickpea and pea stew

    Hello everyone! Today I am bringing to you, a chickpea dish that has a little sauce that makes it very tasty and it is a different way of making this delicious and healthy legume. Whenever I can, I have it with fish. Chickpeas (Source). Ingredients for 2...

    0 by Chloe, 2 months ago
  • Rice and chicken puré with Peruvian seasoning

    Hello to all the chefs of the world and lovers of gastronomy! I hope that you are all well. On this occasion, I want to teach you to make a one second dish. Basically we are going to serve it with a delicious mashed potatoes, pieces of chicken (cooked with Peruvian...

    0 by Chloe, 2 months ago
  • Chicken Adobo (adobong manok)

    Today I want to tell you about a dish I grew up with and which has always been a favourite in our kitchen: Chicken Adobo or adobong manok in tagalog (the language of the philippines). Considering how much it is known, cooked and eaten in many and various occasions, this...

    0 by Emma, 2 months ago
  • Recipe for HOMEMADE ECOLOGICAL SOAP

    So, tonight I wanted to share with you this easy recipe to make homemade soap, using olive oil. Very easy, simple and chemical free. I learnt it a few years ago in Tabacalera de Madrid, with my travel buddy Fabio in a soap workshop, next to the bike workshop... and...

    0 by Chloe, 3 months ago
  • Bread bowl of Prawn Curry

    Ingredients for 3 people: 1 Onion. 3 tablespoons oil. 1 tablespoon of butter. 2 tablespoons of plain flour. 1 teaspoon of curry. 1 teaspoon of salt. ½ teaspoon of pepper. 2 cloves. 1 cup of water. 2 pounds of prawns. 2 lemons. 1 glass of white wine. Preparation: Wash...

    0 by Chloe, 3 months ago
  • Burgers in sauce

    Hello again! Tomorrow three of my friends are coming for dinner and I have made almost everything. I have made some veal burgers so I only have to heat them tomorrow when my guests arrive. I have made them in sauce because we are having them with white rice (see how to...

    0 by Chloe, 3 months ago
  • Homemade Toothpaste

    Hello! Here I am starting my first blog entry. First of all, I want to share with you the recipe of a very easy homemade toothpaste, that is used a lot in Mexico. You can get the ingredients very cheap and easily, in any chemist there. Now that I am back in Spain, I...

    0 by Chloe, 3 months ago
  • Peruvian Rice with Gizzard

    Hello, I hope that each and every one of you is very well! Right, so I'm going to tell you that today I went to Conad supermarket to do some shopping for the week that's just begun, and when I was in the chicken section I found something that I had never seen before....

    0 by Emma, 3 months ago
  • Black beans with vegetables

    Hello everyone! The beans or black beans get different names such as "caraotas negras" o "frijoles negros" (both meaning black beans) and although they do contain more calories than other legumes, you should not forget about all the nutritional properties that they...

    0 by Chloe, 3 months ago
  • Sponge cake made with yogurt, orange and chocolate

    This sponge cake is quick and easy to make, anyone could make it, even those that don't know much about cooking, what's more is that it is cheap and looks good for gatherings, when people come over for dinner or for tea. You will find the ingredients in any supermarket,...

    0 by Chloe, 3 months ago
  • 10 easy recipes for people like us

    I believe not all of you were born a good chef or is used to work in the kitchen for the family. In my case, before living in Europe, it was relatively easy to find any kind of food you want in Indonesia no matter how late at night or early in the morning. This is even...

    1 by Putu Putri Indira, 3 months ago

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