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Honduran Baleadas With Eggs

Baleadas are one of the most iconic Honduran street foods. They are full of flavor, easy to make, and highly customizable.  What are baleadas made of?  Baleadas are warm flour tortillas filled with creamy bean paste cheese and egg. That is the basic and traditional recipe of baleadas. Only those three ingredients a filling.  They […]

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Traditional Natillas (Spanish Custard)

These Spanish Natillas are one of the easiest desserts that require absolutely no baking skills. This is the traditional recipe of the “Abuela” and it’s a delicious, creamy, and almost silky vanilla flan with a touch of cinnamon.  This recipe is similar to a crema Catalana but it is simpler and doesn’t have a caramel […]

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Traditional Brazilian Brigadeiros

Brazilian Brigadeiros is an easy dessert recipe that every “avó” in Brazil knows with their eyes closed. A great no-bake recipe that everybody — even kids — can make. These are like chocolate truffles but way more chewy and soft. They are covered with sprinkles and they are so cute and good for serving in […]

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Breaded Mushrooms

Crunchy and crispy breaded mushrooms made with a fail-proof batter that gives you perfect results every single time!  I already published my all-time favorite Chinese fried oyster mushrooms that are an exotic twist to regular fried mushrooms.  So, today I bring you the classic recipe of crispy deep-fried mushrooms. This is a delicious side dish […]

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Shrimp Oreganata

This shrimp oreganata is a simple way to use leftover breadcrumbs and create a fine-dining quality dish. Tender shrimps in a breadcrumb and parmesan bread… Delish! What is shrimp oreganata?  Shrimp oreganata is an American-Italian dish that is basically herb-seasoned breadcrumbs moistened with butter and olive oil topped with jumbo shrimps.  There are many variations […]

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Papelón con limón / Aguapanela

Today I bring you the ultimate summer refreshing drink: Venezuelan Papelón con limón. Only three ingredients + lots of ice.  Another Venezuelan/Colombian recipe here in the blog — what a surprise! This recipe is the same in both countries just with different names.  As a Venezuelan myself, I know this drink as papelón con limón […]

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