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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Grandma’s Marble Cake

What is your favorite simple cake? Ours, no doubt, is a fluffy marble cake, made following my Grandmother’s recipe. She used to bake it for us every time we visited. So it is a very special cake. And she had…

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Thai Prawns & Asparagus Stir-Fry

After exploring indian cooking, I have started adventuring in the Thai Cuisine. I find some dishes to be quite complex, but why don’t we start with a quick stir fry using in season asparagus? This dish, served with plain steamed…

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Brownies with Cashews (and chocolate bunnies)

  Who doesn’t love a chewy chocolaty crunchy brownie?? I still have a bunch of swiss chocolate Easter bunnies and so I tried a new recipe for brownies, adapting it a bit to the tropics: I used cashew nuts instead…

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Spring Risotto with asparagus and prawns

Before you start, make sure you are going to be able to stay with your risotto the whole time, because it needs dedication – but it will reward you! To make a risotto for 4 persons you will need: *…

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Cantucci – italian biscotti

  Cantucci are crunchy (actually they are hard!) almond biscuits that you are supposed to dip in vin santo (a sweet liquor). They originate from Tuscany. My grandfather used to buy them at a bakery in Tuscany and they were…

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Naan – indian flat bread

After having shared with you the recipes for two amazing indian curries (chicken tikka masala and butter chicken), let me also show you how to prepare the yummy indian flat breads, that you can dip in those nice sauces! Naan…

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Kaiserschmarren – Austrian emperor shredded pancakes with apple sauce

Breakfast for dinner. I love the idea! And the austrian have a couple of easy and quick dishes made out of very common ingredients that are just perfect. They are often served for lunch or dinner instead of as a…

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Butter Chicken – the perfect indian dish for the whole family

Butter chicken is probably the most common and well known indian dish. Did you know that it is quite easy to make at home? This way you will be able to adjust how spicy and creamy it is going to…

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Unexpected beautiful Cambodia

Have you ever heard about Angkor Wat? If you are in Singapore or in Asia, you most likely have, but if you are based in Europe, you are probably like “ang .. he.. WHAT??” Well, let’s try with a picture:…

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Chicken Tikka Masala – roasted chicken in creamy tomato coconut sauce

I love indian food! And in Singapore there are plenty of authentic restaurants everywhere, serving all kinds of indian dishes. Which was great as my attempts to cook indian myself, weren’t too successful.. it never tasted quite right and I…

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Lemon tagliatelle with prawns

I noticed, that I was lacking of a pasta dish on my blog. And been italian, I really need to catch up, don’t you think?? So let me share with you a fancy version, that is still terribly easy and…

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