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Have you ever heard of muller beer (yes, beer)? No? So try this Polish recipe for a warming drink, perfect for the winter. I come from Poland and I decided to show you some original and surprising recipes from my land. It was originally inspired by my lovely friends who wanted to try some unexpected combination of flavours from my region.
Using your oven and a few items from your pantry, you can create this simple but elegant and aromatic decoration.
Biscochito (also spelled Bizcochitos), the official state cookie of New Mexico, traditionally served during holidays.
A crisp cookie originally brought to Mexico by Spanish settlers (some say invaders) and then to the Nuevo México Province. Known as ‘Mantecados’ in Spain.
“Butter, margarine or vegetable shortening can be used a substitute for lard, but the cookies will be not as crisp and moist. Apple juice or milk can be used to replace the brandy.”
This is a true South African heritage recipe! The recipe originally comes from the Dutch settlers of the Cape. It is a staple on the tea table in many South African homes. There is many variations but the almond essence(instead of vanilla) is what sets the South African version apart from the rest. Some South African recipes for "Melk Tert" also includes lemon or naartjie rind. It's so good, Jamie Oliver even has a version of the Milk Tart in his book "Jamie's Comfort Food".