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Easy Minced Meat and Poached Eggs Recipe – Čimbur

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This one-skillet recipe for spiced minced meat and eggs poached on top is the Bosnian version of shakshuka, and it’s a quick and simple specialty dish eaten for breakfast, lunch or supper.     This classic Balkan dish is quick and easy to prepare and will make you clean your plate in a flash! It’s a very popular specialty food found on restaurant menus across Bosnia and Herzegovina.   It has a wonderful aroma, and it is especially suitable for…

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Easy Creamy Stinging Nettle Recipe

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You will love this simple creamy side dish of stinging nettle. It is a delicious and quick way to add vitamins, minerals, and protein to your diet. Cooked then sautéed in butter with garlic, nutmeg, and sour cream/milk mixture, this Balkan-style dish is easy and quick. Best of all, it is nutritious and delicious! …

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Easy Mediterranean Rolled Baklava

Pieces of Mediterranean rolled baklava served on a copper plate with Turkish coffee.

This easy Mediterranean baklava uses buttery fillo sheets that are rolled up with a lemony walnut filling and sweetened with syrup.  It is easier and quicker to make than the traditional layered baklava, so if you're new to working with fillo pastry, this recipe is for you!…

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Easy Instant Pot and Stove Top Bosnian Bey’s Soup

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Traditionally served on holidays and festivities, this Bosnian Bey's soup aka Begova corba is easy to cook on the stove top or Instant Pot and makes a nutritious dish any ordinary day. Slow cooked chicken, carrots, celery, potato, and okra boil into a creamy bisque, often served as a warm first course.…

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5 Ingredient Mediterranean Feta Mac and Cheese

5 Ingredient Mediterranean Feta Mac and Cheese | All that's Jas

This 5 ingredient Mediterranean feta mac and cheese is the perfect solution for when you crave a fresh twist on the old classic. It’s simple, light, delicious and satisfying on its own, but it is also great served with chicken, pork or steak for a meal your whole family will love!…

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Nut-Free Raspberry Baklava with Chocolate

NUT-FREE Raspberry Baklava | All that's Jas

Even with nut allergies, you can still enjoy baklava with this nut-free twist on the traditional Mediterranean treat - raspberry baklava. Fruity and easy to make,  baklava with raspberries is a favorite summer treat. Succulent, light, and perfect to bring to potlucks and parties or enjoy with a cup of hot coffee in the afternoon out on your deck or patio. …

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No-Bake Eggless Chocolate Salami

No-bake eggless chocolate salami | All that's Jas

This easy and fun treat made with chocolate, nuts, broken biscotti, and dried figs resembles salami and when sliced, it yields delectable cookies. No-bake eggless chocolate salami recipe is European's favorite Christmas and year-round snack. …

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Indiana Hoosier Sugar Cream Pie – Reinvented

Indiana Hoosier Sugar Cream Pie - Reinvented | All that's Jas

This sugar cream pie has a rich custard filling, mild flavor, and it can be enjoyed warm or cold. The ruffled fillo crust gives the perfect crunch and a great look. It’s like the ballerina of pies. 🙂     Did you know that each State has a national pie? Check out all 50 State pies. I just recently found out about it over at The Kittchen. Guys, I’ve been living in the Hoosier State for almost 20 years and I’m just…

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Easy Cauliflower Frittata

easy cauliflower fritatta - All that's Jas

Is plural for frittata still frittata or frittatas? I’m afraid my site would be searched for a different reason, ha! To get me to eat vegetables my mom would often hide them in the most unexpected ways. It wasn’t that I hated them but I wouldn’t even try them to begin with, and probably just thought I’d hate them. I mean duh, they’re vegetables…Gross! But once she tricked me into having a bite, I was hooked. So it was with…

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How to make the best mashed potatoes from scratch

how to make the best mashed potatoes from scratch - All that's Jas

How to make the best mashed potatoes from scratch For my first work-related potluck here in the States, I worked my fingers to the bone making a complex dish from my home country wanting to leave a good impression. Just as I was entering the break room my colleagues shouted in excitement. No, they weren’t happy to see me. The excitement was about another dish. Someone brought a bowl of mashed potatoes! What’s the big deal, I asked. They aren’t…

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Simple Egg Pie

Simple Egg Pie - All that's Jas

Layers of filo pastry soaked in egg mixture then baked to golden perfection make this simple egg pie. Simple Egg Pie This egg pie (jajara – /yaya-ra/) recipe has been handed down through generations. It is so simple that I doubt it is my home country’s heirloom, but ask any grandmother and she’ll beg to differ. Funny, when I say ‘grandmother’ I think of someone who is close to a century-old and not me who also has grandkids. Those grandmothers…

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