Goan Neureos (Nevris) Recipe by Eva Braganca’s Recipes

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Ingredients — For dough: 2 Cups – All-purpose flour (260 grams), 1/4 Cup – Melted Clarified butter (65 grams), 1/2 Cup – Water, 1/2 tsp – Salt ; For filling: 1 tbsp – Poppy seeds, 2 tbsp – Clarified butter, 10 – Almonds Whole, 15 – Cashew nuts whole, 10 – Pistachio whole, 1/2 – Cup – Desiccated coconut, 1/2 – Cup – Semolina, 15 – Raisins, 1/2 tsp – Cardamom powder, 3/4 cup – Powdered sugar, Salt to taste


Whole Wheat Cinnamon Raisin Muffins

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The Busy Bee

Whole Wheat Cinnamon Raisin Muffins

Today I am going to share my recipe for my Whole Wheat Cinnamon Raisin Muffins. I love baking with whole wheat flour and have previously shared several whole wheat recipes on the blog (Whole Wheat Banana Muffins and Whole Wheat Cinnamon Raisin Scones).  I also love baking and eating things with “real food” ingredients, that I feel good about my family eating. These muffins turned out very moist and we ate them both for breakfast and snacks. I hope you enjoy this recipe!


  1. 1 ½ c. whole wheat flour
  2. 2 tsp. baking powder
  3. ½ tsp. salt
  4. 8 tbsp. melted butter
  5. ½ c. syrup
  6. 2 eggs
  7. 1 tsp. cinnamon
  8. ¾ c. raisins
  9. 1 tsp. vanilla
  10. ½ c. milk


1. Preheat the oven to 350 º F and spray 12 muffin tins with cooking spray.

2. Mix the flour, baking bowder, and salt together in a stand mixer…

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Tips for Snacks — Made in Germany!

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Wir alle wissen, dass wir über den Tag verteilt Kohlenhydrate, Eiweiße, Fette, Vitamine, Ballaststoffe usw. zu uns nehmen müssen, um fit und gesund zu bleiben. Jedoch kommt das in der Mittagspause oftmals zu kurz, wie eine Umfrage der DAK zeigt. Der Gang zum nächsten Bäcker, Imbiss oder Schnellrestaurant ist fix erledigt und zwischendurch beruhigen wir unser Hungergefühl mit Süßigkeiten. Hier kommen ein paar Tipps, wie ihr ohne viel Aufwand und auch mit geringen Möglichkeiten einige gesunde Mittagessen zaubern könnt.


Ich glaube viele träumen davon bei Google zu arbeiten, weil die die Vorstellung, eine Karotte zu schälen oder eine Tomate zu waschen, eine einfach zu grosse Herausforderung darstellt. 😉

Ich habe Laura bei WordCamp EU 2019 in Berlin kennengelernt, und ich kann mir gut vorstellen, dass sie auch praktische Tipps zum Thema Hosting haben könnte. Bei unserem Gespräch ging es um “Linking together the WordPress community” (siehe auch die TAGSEO Homepage und / oder diese About Page). 😉

What Is the Difference Between Pho and Bun bo Hue?



what is the difference between pho and bun bo hue

When most people (outside of Asia) think of Vietnamese cuisine, a few dishes generally come to mind. Pho, a traditional peasant noodle soup with vermicelli (rice noodles) and thin fragrant broth, topped with sliced pork or beef, fresh herbs, and bean sprouts is certainly one of them. But a lesser-known cousin with a notable kick has gained favor over the years. Bun bo Hue may not be as widely known a noodle soup as Pho, but it’s earned the adoration of Vietnamese food junkies and chefs alike. So what is the difference between pho and bun bo hue?

Both of these delicious Vietnamese noodle soups can be found on most Vietnamese menus, along with spring rolls, bun cha, banh mi, and some other usual suspects, and though not without similarities and overlapping ingredients, there are some very important distinctions that greatly affect both dishes and their final flavor.

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Lemon Poppy Seed Protein Squares

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  • ¾ cup oat flour (made by pulsing about 1 cup of oats in your food processor until they form a flour)
  • ¾ cup vanilla whey protein powder
  • ½ tsp baking soda
  • 2 tsp poppy seeds
  • 1 packet stevia
  • ½ cup egg whites
  • 1 cup unsweetened applesauce
  • 2 tbsp plain fat-free yogurt
  • 1/4 cup lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp + 2 tsp lemon zest
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract


  1. Preheat oven to 350F and spray a 9×9″ baking dish with oil or cooking spray.
  2. Combine first 4 ingredients in one bowl and all remaining ingredients in another.
  3. Pour the bowl of wet ingredients into the dry bowl and stir until smooth.
  4. Pour the batter into the prepared baking dish. Bake for 40 minutes, at which point the outsides should be golden in colour.
  5. Remove the baking dish from the oven and allow it to cool completely before attempting to flip the…

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Almond Butter Cookies

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Meem's Kitchen

IMG_0594If you’ve read a few of my other recipes, you know I’m lactose sensitive. Of course, it doesn’t stop me from baking with milk and butter most of the time. However, there are times where I just don’t feel like dealing with the consequences. That’s where this next recipe fits right in.  Almond butter cookies. Simple, sweet, salty, and chewy. Yum. These cookies contain six ingredients, are flourless and gluten free.

The best part of this recipe is that you only have to refrigerate this sticky dough for 15 minutes in the fridge. You’ll need a cookie scoop too. It’ll just be super easy to scoop out onto the baking sheet. You’ll have perfectly round cookies.

The next best part of these cookies, as if it wasn’t awesome already, is the flake salt. I used Pacific Blue flake salt for this recipe, but you can use any coarse sea salt…

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2 Ingredient Alfredo Sauce!

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Belle & Mortar

Okay people, Alfredo is not a word I use often in the kitchen. I absolutely LOVE Alfredo sauce, blush sauce, anything creamy and cheesy. But, I also know it isn’t the healthiest option out there. None the less, I make it every now and then because my husband requests it so often that I have to give in!

I don’t consider myself a “great cook”, but I think I can do what it takes to get the job done. My mom on the other hand is a great cook, just that simple. I was watching her in the kitchen one day make a quick dinner for our family when I was in college, which happened to be an Alfredo sauce. I was amazed at how easy she made it look, but didn’t really pay attention to what went into it. Fast forward a few years to me now attempting to…

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