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Chicken Vegetable Frittata

Chicken Vegetable Frittata by Robyn Savoie

What is frittata? Frittata is an egg-based Italian dish similar to an omelette or crustless quiche, enriched with additional ingredients such as meats, cheeses, vegetables or pasta. The word frittata is Italian and translates to "fried".

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Coca-Cola Cake

Coca-Cola Cake by Navaneetham Krishnan

Yesss, my invention; caramelised and spongy texture.

2 votes
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Hard Boiled Eggs for cooks who can't boil water

Hard Boiled Eggs for cooks who can't boil water by Glenn

Forget the boiling water, colander, cracks and boil-outs. Hard "Boiled" Eggs made in the oven are easier, quicker, tastier and less prone to cracks and they are easier to peel. Who needs boiling water?

1 vote
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Chocolate Genoise

Chocolate Genoise by Navaneetham Krishnan

Light, crumbly and melt in the mouth cake.

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Pandan And Coconut Cupcakes

Pandan And Coconut Cupcakes by Navaneetham Krishnan

Made with fresh grated coconut and scented with pandan/screwpine leaves

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Spinach and cheddar quiche

Spinach and cheddar quiche by Cosmo1162

I had a leftover pie crust from a custard peach pie, and leftover heavy cream from a Russian cream dessert. I also had some spinach on hand so I decided to find a way to turn them all into something delicious. I ended up with this elegant quiche based loosely on Julia Child's recipe.

1 vote
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Creme Caramel (Custard Caramel)

Creme Caramel (Custard Caramel) by Navaneetham Krishnan

soft melt in the mouth caramel texture surrounded in caramelised sugar.

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Butter Cocoa Cake

Butter Cocoa Cake by Navaneetham Krishnan

Impressive, moist and soft like crazy.

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Pumpkin cake.

Pumpkin cake. by Navaneetham Krishnan

Super moist, crumbly and slightly sweet (oh yes, I like to keep it minimal) cake.

1 vote
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Mini Quiche

Mini Quiche by Chef Smith

Most people believe that the quiche originates from France, and it is fair to say that in its traditional form, attributing origin to the French is quite correct. However, prior to French chefs concocting quiche, German chefs made an egg custard pie called kuchen, meaning cake. The German dish was baked in brioche dough, instead of…

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