Chocolate Rose Dessert

Chocolate Rose Dessert

Chocolate Rose Dessert Romantic indulgence doesn’t have to be limited to Valentines Day. Treat yourself and your love with a special dessert on any day of the year with this easy recipe and our chocolate rose dessert culinary spice kit. Chocolate Rose Dessert Culinary Spice Kit Ingredients Dark intense Valrhonna cocoa powder from France  Rosebud ...
Belgian Carbonnade à la Flamande

Belgian Carbonnade à la Flamande

Dating back to the Flemish region of Belgium in the 18th century, you can find La Carbonnade à la Flamande (“Flemish roasted meat”) all over Belgium today. The Belgians take pride in this rich beef and onion stew dish's trademark taste that comes from mustard, thyme, bay leaves, and most importantly, beer. ...
Trinidadian Doubles

Trinidadian Doubles

You can find this trendy street food all over Trinidad & Tobago. The garbanzo bean dish is served on two, overlapping small flatbreads, hence its name “Doubles”. The real deal comes from the toppings. Obligatory is a fruit chow. It’s sour, sweet, salty, and hot at the same time. If you can spare the time, make also the green seasoning for the cucumbers. ...
Italian Pesto Genovese Homemade

Italian Pesto Genovese Homemade

  Are you a fan of fresh homemade pesto? The original recipe for Pesto Genovese from the region of Genoa in North Italy dates back to the 8th century. Want to try it? We made it a bit easier for you. It takes only a few minutes - Promise! ...
Spanish Paella Valenciana

Spanish Paella Valenciana

  Spaniards take the authenticity of Paella very serious. They even criticize renowned chefs for creative variations. The authentic Paella Valenciana is made with chicken and rabbit. Our variations offer chicken or the popular seafood version. Mussels, cooked in white wine and garlic, can be an additional topping. The spice kit includes saffron, the most ...
Italian Pollo con Pesto al Forno

Italian Pollo con Pesto al Forno

Pollo con Pesto al Forno is an easy baked chicken. Just perfect for a weeknight. Our spice blend includes sun-dried tomatoes and precious pine nuts. We skipped the cheese to avoid preservatives. Alternatively, you can sprinkle the blend on a margarita pizza, or pasta with tomato or cheese sauce. ...
Brazilian Vatapá

Brazilian Vatapá

Get right into the center of the Brazilian carnival with this popular street food, vatapá. Originally from Africa, it is known as a specialty from the region of Bahia which spread throughout Brazil. This recipe with a modern twist comes directly from Brazil. Ground annatto seeds add a warm, earthy flavor and natural red color. Though shrimp is a typical ingredient, vatapá is just as popular without it.
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Thailandese Pad Kee Mao

Thailandese Pad Kee Mao

Pad Kee Mao's translates to “Drunken Noodles,” though no alcohol is used in its recipe. Many stories try to explain the origin of this dish with the mystery name. One thing is sure: everybody loves the delicious invention. The recipe is so flexible. It works with any finely cut protein and vegetable. ...