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[NEW] These Mexican Wedding Cookies are buttery, crumbly, and nutty. Topped with whole almonds, they are perfect for any occasion! Enjoy with a mug of hot cocoa or a cup of milk, tea, or coffee! Made in partnership w/ +UncommonGoods

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/mexican-wedding-cookies/
PIN FOR LATER: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/504403227001378645/

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[NEW] One more Hungarian recipe, guys. This time it's Shlishkes, or Hungarian Potato Dumplings! Made with mashed potatoes and rolled in buttered bread crumbs, they make a perfect side dish! Quite similar to Gnocchi but still have some fundamental differences :)

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/shlishkes-hungarian-potato-dumplings/
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[NEW] It was about time to make the famous Moroccan Preserved Lemons. Many call them the greatest Morocco’s contribution to the food world. These salt pickled lemons can be added not only to Moroccan dishes but to your everyday meals!

They are really easy and quick to make BUT you have to wait for about a month before using them. It's the first time when I posted a recipe without even trying it. I'll post an update after a month, though, and the recipe is from a very reputable source so I am pretty sure that they will be awesome!

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/moroccan-preserved-lemons-recipe/
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[NEW] Guys, I am not vegetarian nor vegan but today's dish has won my heart. I'm talking about the famous Egyptian street food Koshari, which is lentil and rice pasta. The ingredient list also contains chickpeas, fried onions, and a simple yet delicious homemade tomato sauce. Filling, nutritious, healthy! What else do you need?

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/koshari-recipe-lentils-rice/
PIN FOR LATER: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/504403227000874308/

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[NEW] Not your ordinary Christmas table dish - Swedish potato and sprat casserole called Janssons Frestelse or Jansson’s Temptation in English. For those of you who don't know - sprats are little pickled fish similar to anchovies but much much milder. You can find them in Ikea. This dish is super popular in Sweden and is always served at Christmas but can be eaten any time of the year. Filling enough to be served as a main meal but also works great a side to roasted meats!

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/janssons-frestelse-temptation/
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[NEW] The very first condiment on the blog but such a goodie! Some of you may know such a thing as Mostarda di Frutta (Italian mustard fruits) sold in small cans in some gourmet shops. The thing is, it is hella expensive. I made my own homemade version and it's really really awesome. Yup, you heard me right. Fruits + mustard + some red wine = heaven in your mouth. Serve with grilled meats, cheese, cold cuts, anything you want!

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/italian-mostarda-di-frutta/
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[NEW] Today I published the very first Turkish recipe on the blog. It's a creamy, rich, and melting-in-your-mouth rice pudding, called Sütlaç. I love that it's not only crazy delicious but it also looks amazing with a lightly browned surface. Check it out!

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/sutlac-turkish-rice-pudding/
PIN FOR LATER: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/504403227001304909/

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Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had great holidays with your family and friends :)

I am really excited for 2017 and am looking forward to implementing some really awesome ideas I have for the blog. Stay tuned! More about them inside this post.

To kick off this year, I made these gorgeous Hungarian Plum Dumplings for you today. They can be served as a dessert, a side dish, or even a main dish but I loved them as a dessert most of all. Yum!

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/hungarian-plum-dumplings/
PIN FOR LATER: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/504403227001129284/

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[NEW] Holidays are almost here so I threw together a round-up of 12 Christmas recipes from all around the world posted this year on the blog. Everything from desserts and drinks to main dishes!

CHECK OUT THE POST: http://cookingtheglobe.com/12-christmas-recipes-around-world/
PIN FOR LATER: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/504403227000888657/

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[NEW] Have you ever tried making meatballs from shrimp? I haven't. Until today. And I regret it so much because it's something outstanding. Meet Mexican Shrimp Soup (Albóndigas de Camarón) featuring melt-in-your-mouth tender shrimp meatballs swimming in a spicy flavorful tomato broth! It is guaranteed to become your new favorite!

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/mexican-shrimp-soup-recipe/
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[NEW] You may know it as a Russian Potato Salad, but the Russians themselves call it Olivier Salad in honor of the Belgian chef who created it over 150 years ago. This salad, containing tons of different veggies, is a must on New Year’s Eve which is the most important Russian holiday of the year. It's hearty, filling, and really delicious!

GET THE RECIPE: http://cookingtheglobe.com/olivier-salad-recipe/
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[NEW] The English breakfast, ladies and gentlemen. One of, if not the most, famous and the most historically sacred breakfasts in the whole world. It's filling, it's hearty, it's surely not for the light hearted. It's sometimes called as a “heart attack on a plate”, ha! Check out my comprehensive guide on the English breakfast which I did for my “Breakfast around the world” post series!

CHECK OUT THE POST: http://cookingtheglobe.com/english-breakfast/
PIN FOR LATER: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/504403227000688293/

#breakfast #England #UK #UnitedKingdom #recipe
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