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06:00AM May 23, 2020 - by: atasneem

Raclette

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Raclette is a semi-hard cheese that is usually fashioned into a wheel of about 6 kg (13 lb). The Alpine cow milk-based dairy product is most commonly used for melting but is also consumed as a slice. Raclette also is a Swiss dish, also very …

05:52AM May 23, 2020 - by: atasneem

Papet Vaudois

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Papet Vaudois is best described as a mash of leeks and potatoes that are stewed for hours. The result is an earthy, onion-tinged mixture that makes the perfect root bed for fat sausage, unique to the canton of Vaud (saucisson Vaudois). With deep roots in …

04:54AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Marie Biscuit

María, Mariebon, Мария, Marietta

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A Marie biscuit is a type of biscuit similar to a rich tea biscuit. It is also known as María, Mariebon, Мария, and Marietta, amongst other names. The biscuit is round and usually, has the name embossed upon its top surface, the edges of which …

04:51AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Maple Leaf Cream Cookies

Maple Leaf Creme Cookies, Maple Leaf Cook…

(Canadian) (0 )

Maple leaf cream cookies (also called "maple leaf creme cookies", "maple leaf cookies", "maple creme cookies", "maple leaf cremes", and "maple cremes") are a Canadian sandwich cookie.

04:42AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Mole Manchamantel

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Mole Manchamantel literally translates to tablecloth-stainer. This is a sweet and spicy mole made from chipotle chiles, pineapple, peanuts, and plantain. It is commonly made more like a stew where thick pieces of pork or chicken or chorizo are cooked as part of the sauce …

04:37AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Mole Chichilo

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Mole Chichilo gets its traditional color from the combination of the dark chiles used in this recipe, and the burned tortillas. Making this Mole is quite involved and one must be very careful with their preparation. In Oaxaca Chichilo is prepared mainly for special occasions.

04:32AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Mole Verde

Green Mole

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Mole Verde adds a bright green color to the dish, which easily makes it one of the most beautiful moles. Its wonderful mix of flavors will make you feel that all that time you spent preparing it was definitely worthwhile!

04:27AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Mole Amarillo

Yellow Mole

(Mexican) (0 )

Mole Amarillo is a specialty of the Central Valleys region of this southern Mexico state. Although usually made with chicken, it is one of the few moles that are excellent with beef. It can be served in a bowl with cooked vegetables, such as chayote, …

04:02AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Mole Rojo

Red Mole

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Mole Rojo, is similar to black mole, using many of the same spices and base ingredients and also contains chocolate, but less. Instead, this sweeter, spicier, and more versatile version is amped up with several kinds of dried red chile like pasilla, guajillo, and ancho …

03:49AM May 22, 2020 - by: atasneem

Mole Negro

Black mole

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Negro Mole is a dark smoky, slightly bitter, and incredibly rich sauce is paired with cauliflower in the vegan version. It is the combination of ingredients such as chile chilhuacle rojo and negro, chile mulato, chile pasilla, burnt tortilla, peanuts, raisins, pumpkin seeds, and chocolate …

06:35AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Icelandic Pepper Cookies

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Icelandic Pepper Cookies are popular in Iceland. these delicious cookies are made with butter, white sugar, corn syrup, eggs, flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, ground cinnamon, ground cloves, ground ginger, ground black pepper.

06:03AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Klenat

Klenät, Klena, Klejne, Kleina, Kleyna, Fa…

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Klenät, klena, klejne, kleina, kleyna, and fattigmann are all names for a fried pastry common in the Nordic countries. t is made from flattened dough cut into small trapezoids.

05:57AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Icelandic Kleinur

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Icelandic Kleinur is compared to a twisted donut: maybe crullers, minus the sugar coating. They are easy to make and fun to shape. The slightly crunchy outside yields to a lovely soft cardamom-scented interior.

05:52AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Icelandic Skyr Cake

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Icelandic Skyr Cake is inspired by Skyr, a traditional food eaten with cream and fresh fruit. It's a very simple cake made with biscuits, butter, skyr, heavy cream.

05:45AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Icelandic Chocolate Porridge

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Icelandic Chocolate Porridge is an Icelandic dessert eating during Choctoberfest. This comfort food is very popular in Iceland.

05:37AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Ponnukokur

Pönnukökur

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Pönnukökur is a traditional Pancake in Iceland. These thin crepe-like pancakes make an excellent addition to afternoon tea, or spread with jam and folded up with whipped cream, they are a delicacy fit for festive occasions.

05:28AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Hjonabandsela

Hjónabandsæla

(Icelandic) (0 )

Hjónabandssæla means Blissful Marriage Cake, which comes from that you would have a happy marriage if you could make this cake. This is one of the traditional Icelandic cakes. Traditionally rhubarb jam is used in Iceland for this cake.

05:07AM May 21, 2020 - by: atasneem

Leaf Bread

Laufabrauð, Snowflake Bread

(Icelandic) (0 )

Leaf brad or Laufabrauð sometimes also called "snowflake bread" in English, is a traditional kind of Icelandic bread that is most often eaten in the Christmas season. Originating from northern Iceland but now eaten throughout the country, it consists of round, very thin flat cakes …

08:54AM May 20, 2020 - by: anika854

Linga

Longa

(Filipino) (0 )

Linga, also known as a longa, is Filipino cookies originating from Davao del Sur in the Philippines. The name comes from sesame seeds, which are known locally as linga in the Visayan languages or longa in the Davaoeño language. They are made from flour, sugar, …

08:51AM May 20, 2020 - by: anika854

Lengua De Gato

(Filipino) (0 )

Lenguas de Gato is Filipino butter cookies. They are made from butter, flours, sugar, eggs, and milk. Their name means "cat's tongue" in Spanish, after their characteristic oval shape. They are very thin and crunchy.