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Transcarpathian Mushroom Soup (Yushka) with dried porcini mushrooms

Transcarpathian mushroom yushka from dried porcini mushrooms is a rich and flavorful dish that warms and satiates.Transcarpathian Mushrooms have always played an important role in the diet of the local population, in particular porcini mushrooms, which are valued for their unsurpassed taste and aroma. Drying mushrooms allowed them to be stored for long periods of …

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Chopped Chicken Fritters with Mozarella Cheese

Chopped chicken breast with cheese combine the tenderness of chicken meat, the creaminess of cheese and a golden crust. You don’t need a meat grinder for these cutlets, and you have all the ingredients on hand. Using chicken fillet instead of red meat makes these cutlets practically diet-friendly, while still turning out juicy and melt-in-your-mouth. …

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Tarator (Lebanese tahini sauce)

Tarator, or Lebanese tahini sauce, is the epitome of eastern gastronomic art, combining simplicity of preparation and delicacy of flavor. Created from natural ingredients, this sauce is the perfect accompaniment to many dishes, from vegetable salads to meat and fish appetizers. The secret of its uniqueness lies in the combination of aromatic tahini with garlic …

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Spinach and Sunflower seed pesto

Sunflower Seed & Spinach Pesto is the rich flavor of sunflower seeds, the freshness of spinach, and a hint of garlic. This sauce will be the perfect addition to your pasta or other dishes, like chicken wrap with pesto! The nutty flavor of sunflower seeds combined with fresh spinach leaves creates a unique flavor profile …

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Purple Pesto in a Mortar

Pesto is native to the Italian region of Liguria. The very name “pesto” comes from the Italian verb “pestare”, which means “to crush” – a reference to the traditional method of preparation with a mortar and pestle. The main difference in this pesto, of course, is its base – purple basil. Compared to green basil, …

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Classic Authentic Pesto Genovese or Pesto Verde

Delicate and t the same time rich, simple but with multi-layered flavors – this is Pesto Genovese. A juicy green sauce from the heart of Italy, a timeless classic that knows no bounds. To begin with, I suggest to understand the definitions. Pesto, translated from Italian, means “to grind” or “crush”, such a name was …

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Mutabal – Eggplant-based Middle Eastern dip with Tahini

Mutabal is a popular dish native to the Middle East in which eggplant is the base. This is a simple but very tasty dip or appetizer, perfect with warm lavash or pita bread, fresh vegetables such as carrots, cucumbers and sweet peppers. It also makes a great addition to grilled or kebabs, and can be …

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Turkish Hummus with yogurt

Traditional hummus is made primarily from chickpeas, tahini, olive oil and lemon juice. The Turkish version of hummus, on the other hand, often incorporates a wider range of ingredients and flavors. Unlike other variants, which are often served cold, Turkish hummus can be served warm, often topped with toppings such as pastrami (basturma, beef jerky) …

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Eggplant Hummus With Roasted Garlic

Eggplant hummus is a rich and flavorful dip native to the Middle East. A variation of traditional hummus, this dish combines the creamy taste of chickpeas with the smoky, slightly sweet and unique flavor of roasted eggplant. This recipe is something in between traditional hummus and baba ghanoush (an appetizer of mashed eggplant mixed with …

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Baked Chicken Schnitzel

Baked Chicken Schnitzel is a harmonious combination of German culinary traditions, modernly transformed and adapted for healthy eating. The classic version of schnitzel is usually made from breaded pork, but in various corners of the world, other types of meat, including chicken, veal, and turkey, are also widely used. The origins of the schnitzel date …

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