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egg

Egg is one of the staples that I think is virtually impossible to replace in most recipes. Especially when it comes to baking. Now that I have moved from vegetarian to almost vegan, egg is the one thing I keep struggling with. When I do use egg I always use free range organic and eggs from “happy Chickens” from a farm closeby.

Easter savory bread with cheese and egg | insimoneskitchen.com
Bread, Holidays, Recipes

Easter bread with cheese and an egg

  Wow, I cannot believe we are etching very fast towards Easter. What ever happened to time? I’ve been all wrapped up in exciting new projects of which I’ll be sharing some more soon. It’s been busy with work too and while I have a ton of Easter recipes lined up, I’ll be likely posting them after Easter.. Lol… But…

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Sandwich with spicy meatloaf filled with peanut sauce | insimoneskitchen.com
lunch, Sandwiches

Minced Meat Mania: Meatball sandwich with a nutty surprise

Today I would like to give honors again to one of my favorite ingredients; minced meat. And in the Netherlands the meatball with peanutsauce is a very favorite dish. Especially when it’s served on a soft bun. Actually, Dutch people eat peanut sauce (also named satay sauce often) with practically everything. Even with fries in stead of mayonaise, or even…

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Christmas cookies | insimoneskitchen.com
Cake and cookies, Recipes

Christmas cookies

I hereby solemny swear; from next year onwards I will be posting only savory christmas dishes. And I also solemny swear that I will be doing nothing other than eating salads all year long. Just 365 days of eating greens… Seems like a brilliant plan. I might actually lose some weight in the process, even though that seems to be…

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Baked chocolate doughnuts | insimoneskitchen.com
Cake and cookies, Recipes

Baked chocolate doughnuts

When I was making the doughnuts I told you about yesterday I had some time left over, while waiting for the doughnuts to rise so I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to try out the baked doughnuts from Lara Ferroni’s book on doughnuts. I mean, they do sound at least a bit healthier don’t you think? No frying…

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Making your own doughnuts | insimoneskitchen.com
Cake and cookies, Recipes

Making your own doughnuts!

I made these yeasted doughnuts in 2010 for a Daring Bakers challenge and boy they were soo good I wanted to make sure I transferred the recipe here… Try them. You’ll love them! The October 2010 Daring Bakers challenge was hosted by Lori of Butter Me Up. Lori chose to challenge DBers to make doughnuts. She used several sources for…

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Pancakes with fresh figs and cranberries | insimoneskitchen.com
Breakfast, Desserts, Recipes

Pancakes with cranberries

One of the biggest advantages of having a stack of recipes that I still need to move from my old site to this one, is that I can safely give you some winning and delicious dishes while I am tramping through the jungle in far away places. 🙂 I made these delicious little pancakes in 2012… I can’t even believe…

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Desserts, Recipes

Rhubarb souffle for April in Paris

Probably needless to say that this post previously appeared in April of 2012 on Junglefrog Cooking, but considering the rhubarb season I thought it was fitting to repost it now.. 😉 Alors, j’taime Paris… My love affair with France dates back from when I was a little kid. My parents always went to France on holidays. When we were big…

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Cake and cookies, Recipes, Summer

Strawberry lime cheesecake

When I was growing up we virtually lived on cheesecake or as we call them here kwarktaart. Now the cheesecake that is commonly known throughout the world is very different from a regular kwarktaart as it is a non-baking version and should probably be called quark-cake rather then cheesecake as that is really what it is. It’s much lighter then…

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