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22 September, 2018

Garlic dip

Garlic dip
Posted in : Amuse-bouche, Appetisers, Sauce on by : Maya
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I had this sauce at a wine tasting in Provence, served along the fantastic rosé wines. The taste is not very strong, so it’s really ok to have it in public! After the wine tasting event we bought a few bottles of wine and a small jar of the sauce and it disappeared pretty quickly.
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19 November, 2016

Pasta salad (the elegant way)

Pasta salad (the elegant way)
Posted in : Amuse-bouche, Appetisers, Use of leftovers on by : Maya
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Pasta salad is not may favorite dish. Cold pasta and some leftovers or canned vegetables does not sound exciting. This is a different take (inspired by bcommebon blog recipe), more elegant, with a more developed taste. Sweet roasted peppers with a hint of sriracha and a perfectly cooked pacceri pasta make this a wonderful start
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18 January, 2016

Baked pierogi with buckwheat groats and cumin seeds

Baked pierogi with buckwheat groats and cumin seeds
Posted in : Amuse-bouche, Appetisers on by : Maya
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Buckwheat roasted groats sounds as a very sophisticated food from some sophisticated bio-store. In Polish, ‘kasza gryczana’ is a simple and cheap dish, for me it has a taste of childhood. And then on top of this it is very healthy, full of vitamins, proteins and fibers and all the good stuff. Putting it into
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9 January, 2016

Macarons with salmon

Macarons with salmon
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I will not be shy this time (not that I usually am, ok), but I served these recently at a party and they were a real hit! The macarons are very sweet and very salty at the same time, but it works together really well. It’s a wonderful amuse-bouche, as you can only have a
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22 September, 2015

Balsamico peaches

Balsamico peaches
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An amuse-bouche that I invented during our Spanish holidays. The sweet peaches with the sour vinegar, really do not need much more… It’s surprisingly full of flavor, surprisingly good and obviously very easy to make! Print Balsamico peaches Ingredients a peach 2 tsps balsamico 2 tsps olive oil sea salt fresh ground pepper fresh basil
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