Kitchen Measurement Conversion Chart
Kitchen Tricks

Kitchen Measurement Conversion Chart

Measuring properly is the key to the success of each recipe. Today we see how to correctly measure all our ingredients. Today’s post is all about cups, grams, and ounces. These are some of the most common methods to measure ingredients in the kitchen. Measuring your ingredients correctly, ensures your baked goods to come out […]

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Chewy Double Chocolate Cherry Cookies
Dessert

Chewy Double Chocolate Cherry Cookies

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BakeBetterCookies #ChewyCookies #CollectiveBias Chocolate lovers, this one’s for you! These cookies are perfectly soft and chewy, loaded with chocolate chunks and cherries. Perfectly delicious! My boys and I have been enjoying all things cherry lately. For his birthday last […]

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Banana Cake with Dulce de Leche Frosting
Dessert

Banana Cake with Dulce de Leche Frosting

This banana cake is perfect for any celebration or get-togethers. A great crowd-pleaser. Today we are celebrating 8 years of blogging! I started this blog to share all the delicious recipes I was serving my guests because they wanted to recreate at home some of the dishes they had tried during their visit to Paraguay. […]

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4 Delicious Fall Recipes Plus #CookBlogShare #38
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4 Delicious Fall Recipes Plus #CookBlogShare #38

Today I’m sharing with you 4 amazing fall recipes. Three main dishes and one cute and delicious dessert. Welcome to #CookBlogShare #38! I’m so excited to be hosting this weekly link party where we share recipes and comment on each other’s cooking creations. If you’ve got a recipe this is the perfect place for you […]

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Buñuelos (Bolivian Donuts)
Bolivian food | Dessert

Buñuelos (Bolivian Donuts)

Bolivian Buñuelos are spongy fritters or donuts served with molasses. Welcome to the last Friday of August. This month we celebrate the independence of Bolivia, my country of origin, and I have been sharing with you some of the food that you can find in the streets of Bolivia. We have talked about Bolivian cuisine, […]

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Empanadas Fritas de Pollo (Bolivia)
Bolivian food | Breakfast

Bolivian Chicken Empanadas (Fried)

These Bolivian empanadas have a crispy crust filled with chicken, vegetables, raisins, and olives. {this recipe was first published on Curious Cuisiniere} Welcome to another Friday of Bolivian street food. Today we talk about empanadas. You can find empanadas in almost every country in South America. Sweet or savory empanadas. Made with white flour, cornmeal, […]

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Asaditos (Bolivian Beef and Cassava Burgers)
Bolivian food | Savory

Asaditos (Bolivian Beef and Cassava Burgers)

Asaditos are hamburgers that you can find in the streets of eastern Bolivia throughout the day. (This recipe was first written for Curious Cuisiniere) Welcome to another August post, where I share with you street food recipes from Bolivia, my native country. Last Friday, chef Valentina shared with us an article about Bolivian gastronomy and […]

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Gastronomía Boliviana con Chef Valentina Arteaga
Bolivian food

Bolivian Gastronomy with Chef Valentina Arteaga

Bolivian cuisine is known for its diversity of dishes that vary from region to region. Come and discover those delicious dishes. Welcome to the month of August! The month in which we celebrate another year of independence in Bolivia. In recent years I have focused on Bolivian cuisine throughout the month of August, and this […]

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How to Make Donuts from Scratch
Bread | Dessert

How to Make Donuts from Scratch

Donuts, food from heaven. These donuts are light, melt in your mouth goodness. Perfect for … hmm, all the time? I think so. {updated post from June 25, 2016} This post is going to be a bit long since I have a lot to tell you about how to make perfect donuts at home. Not […]

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Easy Tangerine Cake
Dessert

Easy Tangerine Cake

This tangerine cake is mixed in a blender. Using all the fruit to make it, you are left with a cake bursting with tangerine flavor. {recipe updated from May 17th, 2012} It is a citrus season in Paraguay. Our trees are loaded with fruits. Tangerines, lemons, and oranges are ready to be picked. And our […]

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