Natalia Żurowska

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Przepisy na lunchbox

Przepisy na lunchbox

Here's what you need: bread flour, all-purpose flour, kosher salt, baking soda, unsalted butter, water, dark brown sugar, white sugar, vanilla extract, espresso powder, large egg, large egg yolk, semi-sweet chocolate chips, dark chocolate

Here's what you need: bread flour, all-purpose flour, kosher salt, baking soda, unsalted butter, water, dark brown sugar, white sugar, vanilla extract, espresso powder, large egg, large egg yolk, semi-sweet chocolate chips, dark chocolate

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brown-butter-chocolate-chip-cookies

Musaka grecka - poznaj najlepszy przepis. ⭐ Sprawdź składniki i instrukcje na KuchniaLidla.pl!

Musaka grecka - poznaj najlepszy przepis. ⭐ Sprawdź składniki i instrukcje na KuchniaLidla.pl!

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Lebanese Falafel Recipe From Scratch

Falafel is a very delicious Middle-Eastern gourmet appetizer that has become popular in the West over the past several years. It’s made from a deep fried paste of chick peas, fava beans, and a mix of onions and different herbs and spices

Hannibal Lecter loved them. Pythagoras hated them. Fava beans. Although siding with fictional serial killer characters isn't really my thing, I'm with Dr. Lecter on this one. These beans are fantastic, rich and buttery. They can be served fresh and sauteed, are convenient when dried and even taste delicious in their canned form. I scored a few cups of dried fava at Whole Foods the other week and decided to make falafel out of them with great success. Similar to a chickpea-based falafel…

Hannibal Lecter loved them. Pythagoras hated them. Fava beans. Although siding with fictional serial killer characters isn't really my thing, I'm with Dr. Lecter on this one. These beans are fantastic, rich and buttery. They can be served fresh and sauteed, are convenient when dried and even taste delicious in their canned form. I scored a few cups of dried fava at Whole Foods the other week and decided to make falafel out of them with great success. Similar to a chickpea-based falafel…