Llapingachos | How to make Ecuadorian Potato Pancakes

For the fourth day of Tea Time Snacks, I have patties or a pancake as it is referred from Ecuadorian cuisine, Llapingachos. I looked up this dish and had a couple of references, however, I went to this source, where it is mentioned that Llapingachos (yah-peen-GAH-chos) are a traditional Ecuadorian dish.  These are potato pancakes […]

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Waffle Grilled Cheese Sandwich

For the second day of BM#67 under Breakfast recipes for Kids, I have yet another simple breakfast that my kids love, that I must have cooked and shared in as many ways as possible. This time, the same sandwich is made in the waffle maker. I was supposed to make 3 dishes in a gadget […]

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Pizza Paratha | How to make Stuffed Pizza Paratha

For the second day of thinking about Brunch Ideas for Kids for Week 1 of BM#64, I felt nothing meets the nod more than these Pizza Parathas. This is your typical fusion dish that one ends up making having kids at home. They end up demanding always for interesting dishes. Nothing of the regular ever interests them and […]

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Mexican Homemade Nacho Cheese Sauce

For the third day under Condiments, I wanted to try a dip. This dip is more like a sauce that can be poured over a dish or can be served as a dip. When I made the Mexican Tortilla platter, I had wanted to make these Cheese Nacho Dip as well. Then better judgement prevailed […]

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Easy Mexican Cheese Dip for Tortilla Chips

I wanted to make the typical Mexican Cheese Dip and had to resort to this Easy Cheese Dip as I was running short of time. These tasted so delicious as well and while it may not meet your typical cooked cheese dip, this is surely a best bet when you also have another dip to […]

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Cacio e Pepe | How to make Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe

Cacio e Pepe is a Roman pasta dish. And nothing can get more simpler than this one. It has just pepper, cheese and pasta. Cacio e pepe is typically made with long, thin spaghetti pastas. Just as most pastas, this dish too requires we add the boiled water to the pasta for the butter and […]

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Homemade Eggless Gnocchi in Creamy Tomato Sauce

For day two cooking Vegetarian Italian For Dinner, I opted to make Gnocchi (nyoh-kee). Gnocchi are soft dough dumplings made with wheat flour, semolina, egg, cheese, potato and breadcrumbs. However as expected with all dishes, there are so many variations among the different regions. One just has to check online for some ideas and you […]

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