Shortcrust tart with pear and cheese
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Shortcrust tart with pear and cheese

Shortcrust tart with pear and cheese is a savoury pastry that combines sweet fruits with a cheese filling. The crunchiness of the tart comes from the shortcrust pastry but also from coarsely chopped walnuts. This savoury tart is perfect for parties as a cold appetizer. To prepare this shortcrust tart with pear and cheese, I…

Broad bean paste
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Broad bean paste

A simple broad bean paste that works great with bread, grilled meat, fresh and grilled vegetables. Thanks to mixing the ingredients, the consistency of this paste is creamy and delicate, and the whole thing literally melts in your mouth. I start the preparation of the vegan broad bean paste by cooking frozen broad beans. Before…

Fried mozzarella
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Fried mozzarella

Fried mozzarella coated in breadcrumbs is a quick-to-prepare dish that is perfect served as a snack. This snack can be served for supper, during the day or at parties. Preparing fried mozzarella is easy and very quick. After cutting, the cheese should be covered with tomato paste seasoned with oregano and salt. Then, each piece…

Potato gnocchi with sage and butter
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Potato gnocchi with sage and butter

Gnocchi are Italian flour, potato and egg dumplings. The gnocchi dough is almost identical to the dough for Polish dumplings. The difference between gnocchi and Polish potato dumplings lies in the shape of the dumplings, because Polish dumplings are larger and have a diamond or rectangular shape. Unlike dumplings, gnocchi are smaller and have a…

Zucchini pakora
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Zucchini pakora

A recipe for vegetable pakora, this time prepared from zucchini, red onion, spices and herbs. Pakora are crispy mini fritters originating from Indian cuisine. These fritters are made from vegetables, most often onions, potatoes or zucchini, but other vegetables such as eggplant, cabbage, peppers and many others can also be used to prepare them. The…

Labneh
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Labneh

Labneh is a dish popular in Middle Eastern cuisine. I personally had the opportunity to taste it in Jordan and in Israel and it tasted fantastic in both of these countries. It is a cold dish cold, usually for breakfast. You can serve it with bread as a spread as well as a dip in…