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!

Required: German 😯

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). 😉

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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Broccoli Fritters

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Baking Bytes

Amongst the meat packages and frozen produce I also like to stock my freezers (yes, plural) with healthy items that work for a quick meal when I’m not as prepared as I’d like to be. The best ones can be made into an entree for any meal of the day with items I typically have around anyway. These broccoli fritters have turned out to be just exactly that.

Broccoli Fritters {{Baking Bytes}}

Made up of mostly broccoli and whatever cheese you like, these serve as a healthy and neutral base for nearly anything. Breakfast? Top with sautéed bell peppers and a couple of eggs. Lunch? Serve over a warm grain salad and your favorite salad dressing. Dinner? Prepare a broccoli slider with a large grilled (or baked) bell pepper, a couple slices of bacon, and a spicy aioli. Their individually small stature also makes them great for an appetizer or potluck. The world is…

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Quick and Easy Garlic Mushrooms

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Chai With Preethi

I love mushrooms and you will always find some in my grocery cart. I can eat them sauteed, in a curry, biryani or an omelette, pasta, pizza or in a bowl of soup. Earlier, I have posted a recipe for stuffed mushrooms and mushroom curry and added mushrooms in my stir fry, fajitas, etc. (search for mushrooms and you will find all the recipes). This will not be my last.

This recipe usually calls for butter but I have used olive oil. This is a healthier version but tastes as good, actually tastes mouth watering delicious. It is quick to make and uses basic ingredients which you would have in the pantry. I could eat a bowl of this by itself but you could serve it as a side. Depending on the spices you add, you can make it Indian, Chinese or Italian. Enjoy!


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Stuffed Peppers – a plant-based recipe

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Enlightened Eater

Photo courtesy Lentils.org

In my last post, the issue of ultra-processed plant-based foods was on the table.  Somehow these foods are getting an undeserved health halo and it’s time to recognize them for what they are. While there are commercial products available in the marketplace that would measure up to a homemade plant-based dish as a healthy choice, if you’re not very familiar with meatless cooking, why not start now? Contrary to popular thinking, you don’t needs loads of prep time to prepare plant-based dishes.

Here’s one from lentils.org with a prep time of just 15 minutes. While the recipe calls for butter, feel free to use canola or olive oil as a substitute.Use gluten-free bread, if you require a gluten-free diet.

Stuffed Peppers

Makes 8 servings

½ cup red onion, small dice
½ cup leek, small dice
1 Tbsp fresh thyme, chopped
1 Tbsp butter, unsalted
1 cup…

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