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Fresh Spinach Quiche

Fresh Spinach Quiche by Salad Foodie

Perfect for brunch or company, and one way to use up leftover fresh spinach. Use half Swiss cheese and half mozzarella if preferred. Do not bake pie shell well ahead of time as it needs to be hot or at least very warm when filling is poured in it.

1 vote
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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.

1 vote
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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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Zucchini, Sausage & Cheese Soufflé with Garlic Croutons

Zucchini, Sausage & Cheese Soufflé with Garlic Croutons by Salad Foodie

A cookbook recipe for pumpkin soufflé was the inspiration for developing this variation incorporating two favorites: zucchini and sausage. Consider this for holiday brunches when you’d like to go beyond scrambled eggs. In a time bind you could substitute commercial buttered garlic croutons, but most are too large, and the homemade…

1 vote
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Butter Cocoa Cake

Butter Cocoa Cake by Navaneetham Krishnan

Impressive, moist and soft like crazy.

1 vote
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Apple Pie

Apple Pie by Christine

I bought almost 750gr of (non Granny Smith) sour green apples as I was craving green apples so badly. Unfortunately, I brought home really sour, thick-skinned and hard-to-bite green apples. I only ate probably three apples from the whole bag and still had lots of sour green apples leftover in the fridge - which I found pretty inedible…

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.

1 vote
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Deviled eggs with shrimp, yellow mustard and basil.

Deviled eggs with shrimp, yellow mustard and basil. by Helenscooking

This recipe is inspired by classic deviled eggs plus spiced up by the deviled eggs seen on Food network. It’s my combination of delicious deviled eggs that conquered the hearts of my family members. I would be happy to see what your favorite deviled eggs recipes are. Go to http://www.helenscooking.info to share your deviled eggs…

1 vote
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Open Face Beef & Egg Sandwich with Sauteed Onion & Tomato

Open Face Beef & Egg Sandwich with Sauteed Onion & Tomato by Wendi Taylor

This delicious meal is super simple, uses only a few ingredients, and makes a great main course for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Don't let the number of steps scare you - I tend to break it down to ridiculously detailed instructions so it's easy for anyone to understand (there are a lot of readers using translation software, and…

1 vote
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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

1 vote
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Marble Cake

Marble Cake by Navaneetham Krishnan

Attractive contrast of colors and yummilicious.

1 vote
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SIMPLE PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES

SIMPLE PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES by cortney kelly

this is a really divine taste.

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…

1 vote
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