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Oatmeal Scones

I’ve made scones with leftover cooked oatmeal before, but these do not require such a level of advance planning, or lack of advance planning, whichever it is that produces quantities of leftover cooked oatmeal. These don’t need the overnight soak that Oatmeal Farls require, either, although I will admit I like the Oatmeal Farls just a little better. These will …

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SUJI APPE BALLS / RAWA APPE / SEMOILINA BALLS

This is a quick, healthy and delicious recipe for those who are in hurry and on the otherwise don’t want to compromise on serving healthy food to family.   Appam also called Paniyaram is a popular south Indian breakfast recipe made with suji / rawa with veggies of your choice. These soft and melt in mouth dumplings are too delicious and my …

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Scottish Farmhouse Eggs

I first came across this recipe at Epicurious but a little research suggests that it is in fact a fairly traditional Scottish egg dish. You will note that many of the quantities are a bit vague, and there are a number of choices. It is that kind of a dish – use what you have and what you like. I …

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BESAN PANEER ROLLS / STUFFED BESAN ROLL / GRAM FLOUR ROLL

Besan is such a healthy flour with huge benefits specially for growing children. You can make both sweet and savory dishes with this amazing flour, starting from Besan halwa,   Besan ladoo,  Besan Bread,  Besan Cheese Balls, Stuffed Besan Chila, Egg-Besan Chila, Stuffed Cheese Besan Roundels, Besan Cookies and many more. This is a very innovative and very different lunch box …

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Rye Soda Bread

Rye flour does not make the lightest of baked goods and this is certainly no exception. Still, in a soda bread it rises sufficiently and it slices very nicely into thin slices. It’s lovely with butter, cheese, or summer sausage. Mr. Ferdzy cheerfully piled it with jam, about which I am not so sure, but maybe. I originally made this …

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Carrot Crepes

It took me a couple of tries to get these right, and while I keep picturing them filled with savoury goodies, like cheese, mushrooms, or spinach, I keep ending up plonking them on a plate and serving them with syrup. I’m pretty sure they would be good in a savoury setting if I can just get organized for it!  If …

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Berry Fruit Smoothie With Dates

Dates are an excellent dried fruit to add into your fruit smoothes. They are filled with natural sugar and make everything taste sweeter. When purchasing dates to eat look for ones that are moist, squishy, slightly chewy, and have that smooth texture that keeps you coming back for more. Serves 1 3/4 cup milk1/2 cup plain yogurt1 cup frozen berries …

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Teff Cashew Breakfast Bars with Cacao Nibs and Goji

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com Teff, which is grown in Ethiopia and used to make injera (the sourdough flatbread), is a super tiny grain with a long list of health benefits. Along with being gluten-free, naturally high in minerals and super tasty, teff also helps you lose weight because of rich copper and …

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Sausage Scrapple

When I lived in Pennsylvania for a year, I fell in love with scrapple. I sometimes wonder why it has not spread beyond Pennsylvania, but really, I know. Traditionally it’s made by boiling a pig’s head, picking off the meat and reboiling it with cornmeal and other cereal grains to form a loaf which then gets sliced and fried. In …

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Oatmeal Farls (Soda Bread)

Another very simple Irish soda bread. This one takes a little advance planning, as the oats must be soaked overnight in the buttermilk, but it is otherwise extremely quick. You can cut it into 8 or 12 scones if the farls seem too big for your purposes. We ate some of them with butter and cheese, and some with butter …

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