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o Grilled marinated flank steak
o Crispy tofu stir-fry
o a shot of the market in Barcelona - wish I could shop there for my recipes!
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Ossobuco, ready in an hour:
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

I love curry, this is a potato curry.
I hate waiting for spuds, so I improvised.

Must say, I loved it. Others were less than impressed.

Next time I might just tip a larger in there as well



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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Ah, autumn, how I love thee.

Fresh (finally!) Brussels sprouts and spicy sausage, served with pumpkin sauteed with butter and maple syrup. Lots of freshly ground black pepper, and a nice Sicilian (wine, not guy... though I might accept applications from the well qualified )
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Old 05.10.2010, 21:13
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Today I did my first Chicken Pie ever!

Chicken cut in small cube cooked in chicken bouillon. Steam cooked veggies: Carrots, celeri, brocoli and cauliflower. Rucola and chive.

Chicken cream soup with flour to make a thick texture.

Mixed all

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Received my food processor finally in the post, so I figured time to test it out with making my own red peppercini & ricotta pesto

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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Sarma,

Uncooked ground meat mixed with uncooked rice, onions and spices: salt, pepper, mint, basilico, oregano. Tomato and pepper paste.

Mix in a bowl and roll in Wine leaves. When ready to cook, put in a wok, cover of water with a bit of olive oil and slice of lemon, covert and let cook.

Miam miam... Takes time to prepared and takes no time to eat!

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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

What's the white sauce on top, Nil? How do you make it?


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Uncooked ground meat mixed with uncooked rice, onions and spices: salt, pepper, mint, basilico, oregano. Tomato and pepper paste.

Mix in a bowl and roll in Wine leaves. When ready to cook, put in a wok, cover of water with a bit of olive oil and slice of lemon, covert and let cook.

Miam miam... Takes time to prepared and takes no time to eat!

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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Since I couldn't find pumpkin purée in the shops, I made a pumpkin pie from scratch using a small orange sugar pumpkin from Coop!

This is unbaked


This is done!

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And this is what was left two minutes after that last picture

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What's the white sauce on top, Nil? How do you make it?
The white sauce is yogourt! In Turkish cuisine you have a lot of dishes mixed with Yogourt! This one is a turkish yogourt you can find in small turkish shop, the name is Gazi. It is incredibly delicious and much thicker then normal yogourt!

Here is an other recipe you can do with the yogourt.

You take Feldsalat like on this picture,



You mix it with yogourt and garlic, a tad of olive oil!

Very very good!

Here is the result!

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Stir fried spicy squid and stir fried potatoes with union.
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Bread pudding with dried fruits, pecans and maple syrup.
*Love* lazy weekend breakfasts.
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

looks so professional.. would you mind sharing the recipe ? I have never ever made it from scratch
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Bread pudding with dried fruits, pecans and maple syrup.
No bacon, Bacon?

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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Something I was trying before Halloween: creepy witch's fingers and today's dinner: baked pierogi
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Something I was trying before Halloween: creepy witch's fingers and today's dinner: baked pierogi
your witch's fingers look brilliant. Never saw such things before
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Yeah, I was having brunch with a vegetarian. Takes all kinds, dunnit?
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your witch's fingers look brilliant. Never saw such things before
Had a lot of fun making them. Will be more creative when I will prepare them for my work colleagues. Thinking about changing almonds into pumpkin seeds and setting them in the fingers with red jam, they will look more creepy

Oh and they look rather awful but are delicious, their taste reminds of a shortbread
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Re: Post photos of what you cook and bake in Switzerland

Hello Little Polka,

are your pierogi the same as piroshcki, only baked rather than deep fried?
While trying to find a recipe for them (piroschki), I am sure I saw the word pierogi several times in my search. They look very good, would love to have some more info (recipe that is)

Your Halloween fingers are just awful ! as they should be. I know a young girl in my house that would absolutely love to have that recipe as well, would you mind sharing it with us?
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