Perfect Yorkshire Pudding and Popovers

Barbara Deraas

Barbara Deraas

As a bread lover and advocate of healthy living, join me in creating delicious, nutritious bread that energizes and fortifies you.
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Popovers are a consistent winner in our home. Yorkshire pudding and popovers are the same batters used in slightly different ways. Both are delicious easy, easy, easy! Here are the standard recipe and tips to guarantee successful puffing. Ingredients 1 Cup of flour 2 eggs ½ Tsp. salt 1 Cup of milk, I used 2% […]

Lefse Your Favorite Potato Bread

Barbara Deraas

Barbara Deraas

As a bread lover and advocate of healthy living, join me in creating delicious, nutritious bread that energizes and fortifies you.
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Who doesn’t love potato bread? Lefse is a delicious potato bread that began as a crispy, dry easy to store cracker in Scandinavian countries. Potatoes were incorporated many years ago, which brings us to the lefse we know and love today. It is very simple to make, though when you look at the equipment available […]

Qistibi Recipe

Marina Berezhna
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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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The Qistibi is an ancient flour product in the Tatar cuisine (The Turkish-speaking people living in the central regions of the European part of Russia). But it is also cooked by the Bashkir people – the people in Russia, the indigenous population of Bashkiria (Bashkortostan). The recipe of the qistibi is very popular among housewives-beginners. It is […]

Borodinsky Bread Recipe

Marina Berezhna
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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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The bread was named after one of the greatest battles of the world history. The most fragrant bread I have ever tasted is the Borodinsky bread. It is the most popular kind of bread in the Soviet Union. The history of the Borodino bread remains a mystery. There are a lot of legends on how the Borodinsky […]

Pampushka Recipe

Marina Berezhna
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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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Every woman has her own recipe of these delicious buns. There are lot of types of Pampushka, such as buns with buckwheat flour, with gray and wheat flour mixture or only with wheat flour. The type of Pampushka you bake depends on the event for which you want to have this bread. Today I want to share […]

Grey Bread Recipe Ukrainian Style

Marina Berezhna
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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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Bread is an essential part for any meal for the Slavic people. There are a lot of kinds of bread. The main difference is in the type of flour. Normally, grey flour is used for every day meal. The white wheat flour is used for weekends and holidays. I want to share with you the recipe […]

Ukrainian Bread Recipe with Cherries

Marina Berezhna
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I am project manager and writer. I am open-minded person and can't imagine my life without cooking. I like to travel, discover new places and find new friends. My life credo: nothing is impossible. Life is short so I don't want to waste even minute to be bored.
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Summer is the season of berries in Ukraine. All my childhood I spent at Poltava Region in the central part of Ukraine. Here, the older people never bought sweet buns, but they tried to make sweet breads with different fillings, using their own recipes. Today I will share with you one of my favorite recipes, the […]

CESNICA Serbian Bread Recipe

Jovana Milosavljevic

Jovana Milosavljevic

I am creative and sensitive soul, interested in art, and aesthetics in general, including the art of cooking. I enjoy spending my time in nature surrounded by water and writing about my feelings and almost everything that makes me who I am. I also express myself by playing piano,which sound brings me to past, to Chopin, Mozart and all the other geniuses of art and life.
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This is a traditional Serbian Christmas morning bread that families eat for breakfast and make good wishes to each other. The lady of the house symbolically puts small piece of dogwood into Cesnica, for good health, grain of corn and wheat for fertility and one coin for fortune. The father of the house gathers his family […]

Proja Serbian Recipe

Jovana Milosavljevic

Jovana Milosavljevic

I am creative and sensitive soul, interested in art, and aesthetics in general, including the art of cooking. I enjoy spending my time in nature surrounded by water and writing about my feelings and almost everything that makes me who I am. I also express myself by playing piano,which sound brings me to past, to Chopin, Mozart and all the other geniuses of art and life.
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One of the oldest types of bread in Serbia is definitely the Proja. It has beene in every Serbian home for centuries. Our great-grandmothers used to bake Proja for their families and relatives in various occasions such as Patron Saint, Christmas, and ’’litije’’. My grandma taught me how to make Proja using our family’s recipe, […]