Chipa 4 Quesos (Paraguayan Gluten-Free Bread)
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Chipa 4 Quesos (Paraguayan Gluten-Free Bread)

Chipa cuatro quesos (four cheese chipa) is a Paraguayan bread made with cassava starch which is naturally gluten-free. {this recipe was first posted on Curious Cuisiniere} Easter is just around the corner. People are starting to make plans for the long holiday coming up. The ones in the big cities plan to visit relatives in […]

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how to make chipa - ingredients
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How to Make Chipa – Ingredients

Learn about the main ingredients for making Paraguayan chipa. Ingredients that you can use whether you’re in Paraguay or in another country and get the same delicious chipa you can find in any Paraguayan street. {updated post} We are just a few weeks away from Easter. Here in Paraguay, it is very common for people […]

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Chipa almidón (Paraguayan gluten-free bread)
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Chipa Almidón (Paraguayan Gluten-Free Bread)

Chipa almidón. The most popular chipa in Paraguay. They are found in the streets, most commonly in the shape of a donut. Fourth and last recipe for chipas! I hope you have enjoyed these Paraguayan recipes. Chipa almidón is what you find in the streets. The one you buy after school, when you travel by […]

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Orange chipa (gluten-free cheesy bread)
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Orange Chipa (Gluten-Free Cheesy Bread)

Cheesy orange chipa. Made with cassava flour, this gluten-free bread has a crispy crust and a hint of orange. Welcome to our third chipa recipe! Chipa is a bread made with cassava flour, cheese, eggs and a pinch of anise seeds. Generally made in the form of a donut. With a firm crust and a […]

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Chipa pirú (sin gluten) chipa paraguaya
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Chipa Pirú (Crunchy Gluten-Free Bread)

Chipa pirú, or thin chipa, it’s a crunchy – cheesy Paraguayan bread/cracker. These Paraguayan donut shaped crackers or chipa pirú are very easily found in supermarkets. They come packaged in a way that is comfortable to carry in your suitcase to take to those who miss Paraguay. Something I make sure to bring when I […]

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Chipa licuadora - easy gluten free bread
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Chipa Licuadora – Easy Gluten-Free Bread

{updated post from 2014} Welcome back! today I´m sharing with you our first chipa recipe. I know is not a new recipe for the blog. It’s an update from 2014. But when I started thinking about chipa recipes, I thought I should start with this one, chipa licuadora. It’s so easy to make; you add […]

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Chewy Double Chocolate Cherry Cookies
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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
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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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