Daily Archive for: ‘February 9th, 2012’

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    Baked turkey breast

    Delicious turkey for every celebration moments. We love it with fruity compotes. Preparation time 8 minutes .. Baking 45 minutes

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    Flemish Vol-au-vent

    This is a great dish for family holidays. Preparation time 40 minutes in case of ready-to-use ingredients/ recipes

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    Salami pinwheels

    Tasty, soft spirals that are served in Slovakia as an appetizer or snacks. Preparation time 10 minutes .. Rising 30 minutes .. Baking 20 minutes

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    Potato bread with walnuts

    Home made bread is simply the best. Preparation time 20 minutes .. Rising 30 + 3 x 20 minutes .. Baking 60 minutes

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    Filled buns

    These buns I’d prefer as an alternative snack when I was still at school. Sometimes they we have got them in the school cafeteria for lunch. Filled with jam, chocolate walnut, poppy seed or cocoa filling. Simply delicious! Preparation time 15 minutes .. Rising 30 …

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    Raspberry pralines

    In 1912, Jean Jr., the grandson of the founder of Neuhaus, take the blooming business over. There he shows his creativity and develops the first filled chocolates, which he renamed “chocolates”. Preparation time 50 minutes

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    French dacquoise

    Fantastic, elegant dough for biscuits, but also as a base for light cakes and pastries. Preparation time 10 minutes .. Baking 15 minutes

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    No-bake coconut pinwheel

    Another popular traditional recipe originating from Slovakia, which is tested and recommended by pastry Chef Roger Van Damme himself. Due this spiral look Philip calls roulade “Hippie-cookies”. Preparation time 30 minutes

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    Grillage fudge

    The name “grillage” comes from French and means grid or lattice-work. Preparation time 20 minutes .. Cooling over night .. Lasting 2-3 months (according the expiration date of the margarine)

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    Peanut Fudge

    Typical, English classic recipe. Preparation time 10 minutes .. Cooling 2 hours

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