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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Moist Cinnamon Swirl Coffee Cake
Bread | Breakfast

Moist Cinnamon Swirl Coffee Cake

{edited post from May, 2014} This vanilla coffee cake is tender and moist, with a delicious gooey cinnamon swirl in the middle. I have been making this cinnamon coffee cake for more than 10 years now, and every time I serve it, everybody asks for the recipe. So, get ready to share the recipe before […]

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Cheese Waffles (Gluten-Free)
Bread | Breakfast

Cheese Waffles (Gluten-Free)

Crispy, chewy, cheesy waffles made with cassava flour which is naturally gluten-free. If you’ve been browsing around this blog, you’ve seen lots of recipes made with cassava root, or cassava flour. Cassava is a root with a thick, brown skin. Inside has a white fibrous white flesh. Cassava is grown all over South America and […]

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Ghreyba (Coconut Moroccan Cookies)
Dessert

Ghreyba (Coconut Moroccan Cookies)

These coconut Moroccan cookies are made with semolina flour. Covered in powder sugar and with a hint of orange. Traveling the world through cooking and baking is the way to go. Of course, being there would be amazing, you can still travel and enjoy other cultures right in your kitchen. With some bloggers friends, we […]

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Homemade Dulce de Leche Pudding
Dessert

Homemade Dulce de Leche Pudding

Homemade dulce de leche pudding with a hint of coffee. Creamy and so easy to make. Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. And some of us are getting ready to make something special for our loved ones. So what’s your plan? Do you make a whole meal? maybe a gift? I just focus on […]

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Suspiro Limeño (Peruvian Custard)
Dessert

Suspiro Limeño (Peruvian Custard)

Suspiro limeño is a Peruvian custard-like dessert. Topped with a light meringue infused with Port. This article for “Suspiro Limeño” was originally published on Curious Cuisiniere. Suspiro Limeño or suspiro de Limeña is a creamy, custard-like Peruvian dessert very popular in Lima and the cities around it. Amparo Ayarza, a Peruvian lady from the city […]

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Kitchen Measurement Conversion Chart
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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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Dulce de Leche Banana Popsicles
Dessert

Dulce de Leche Banana Popsicles

{recipe updated from November, 2016} Dulce de leche and banana is the perfect combination for this refreshing popsicle. With a few blackberries, this dessert will be a favorite for both adults and kids. End of October and hot days are here to stay for a few months. And when it’s this hot, the only thing […]

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Easy Cinnamon Rolls (No Yeast)
Bread | Breakfast

Easy Cinnamon Rolls (No Yeast)

These cinnamon rolls are ready in less than 40 minutes! No, they are not like cinnamon rolls made with yeast. But they are delicious nonetheless! A few years ago while visiting a friend who lived in the countryside, she served us these easy cinnamon rolls. She said that because they lived far from supermarkets, and […]

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Fluffy Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
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Fluffy Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls

{updated recipe. May, 2016} These pumpkin cinnamon rolls are super fluffy and they just melt in your mouth. Hard to stop at one. Cinnamon rolls are made with a yeast dough, which is rolled out and smeared with a good amount of butter. A mixture of sugar and cinnamon is spread over it. The dough […]

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