Laura

Foodblogger Globetrotter sharing recipes from around the world, using natural ingredients and only a few simple steps, cooking and baking everything in moderation.
Come with me on a culinary journey around the world!

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Indian Tomato & Coconut soup with Chapati

There is something incredibly fascinating about the Indian kitchen: all those spices, the colours, flavours, everything is so bold, intense and delicious. So, when I was looking for soup and came across this recipe on the cookbook “Red Dot Melting…

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Belma’s pull-apart Muffins

Rezept auf Deutsch auf Belma’s Blog  www.ahalnisweethome.com   Bread dough, yeast dough, brioche dough.. all kind of scary to me… They seem to be difficult to make, raise, bake. BUT, as with many things, it’s just a matter of finding the…

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Kheer – Indian rice pudding

  Who doesn’t love a bowl of rice pudding? It’s like the ultimate comfort food in winter! And it is one of those dishes you can find in so many different cultures! In Denmark in the winter months and especially…

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Pumpkin Soup – the easy and healthy way

Now that the winter festivities are over, my dear friends bloggers and I have some great recipes to start the year healthy and delicious: from chia milk rice to salads, buddha bowls, zucchini bread and even ice pops! Check out the…

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Vanillekipferl – the best Christmas cookies

  Christmas means for us Vanillekipferl: those buttery and nutty Christmas cookies are our favourites and we have to do them often as they all disappear too quickly!     With this recipe, I am opening the 22nd window of…

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Mini Pecan Pies

  A slice of Pecan Pie is a wonderful treat! Pecan nuts are crunchy, tasty, nutty and look beautiful too! But a whole pie might be too much, so I decided to make single portions using silicon muffin forms and…

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Jeera – Indian Cumin Cookies

  This year our Christmas cookies selection is going international! I am adding to all the well known and traditional Austrian sweets an Indian recipe, that my dear friend Priyanka shared with me: Jeera – Indian cumin cookies. They are slightly salty…

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Coconut Macaroons – Gluten-free Christmas Cookies

Quick and easy gluten free coconut macaroons, perfect as Christmas cookies

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Bloody vampire cookie bites

Whether you are a Halloween fan or not, you must agree, that there are a lot of fun and yummy foods out there for this spooky night! If you are looking for a quick fix with MINIMAL effort and MAXIMUM…

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Blueberry & coconut granola

What is your favorite Granola? I do find some to be good, but I am always not 100 % satisfied, as I would like more nuts, less sugar, more crunch and so on… Well, the best way to have the…

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Exotic Banana Bread

  Since I first saw a picture of a beautifully stapled banana bread, I have been looking for a recipe to try. The thing is, I don’t like my banana bread to be too banana! I mean, I want nuts…

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