X for Xtra Crunchy Pita Chips | Cinnamon Sugar Pita Chips

  In every Mega Marathon, the alphabet X is one of the hardest choice and I invariably come up with a funky name for the dish. I have come with one proper name in the past when I made the

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V for Vanillekipferl | Austrian Vanilla Crescent Cookies

  Vanillakipferl originated from Vienna in Austria and is a very famous cookie during Christmas. These cookies are very popular throughout Europe and can be found in every coffee shop. Vanillakipferl cookies are shaped in the shape of crescent moon

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T for Tijgerbrood / Tijgerbol | Tiger Bread Rolls | Dutch Crunch Rolls

  I was very excited to bake this bread the minute my husband showed me the picture of it. I have never heard of the Tiger bread until now and once again I am reminded how much this Mega marathon

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R for Rice Flour Cookies | Naan Berenji | Egg Less Persian Rice Flour Cookies

  When shortlisting recipes about what to bake for the alphabet, this Persian rice flour cookie recipe caught my eyes. I was really attracted towards its snow white color and also wanted to experience what a Gluten free cookie would

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Q for Quesitos | Pineapple Quesitos

  Quesitos, is a Puerto Rico Cheese Puff Pastry which can be found in every bakery in the region. It is a very simple recipe made with puff pastry sheets, mildly sweetened cream cheese and sometimes have fruits added in

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M For Monkey Bread | Pull-apart Sweet Buns

  Monkey bread, as the name suggests is a very naughty and fun bread to make and eat with kids and kid’s at heart. When reading about this bread, it was interesting to read, that the name of the bread

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G for Grissini | Traditional Italian Breadsticks

  When thinking about breadsticks, the first thing that comes to my mind is the soft breadsticks that they serve at the Italian restaurants. My family is greatly addicted to the breadsticks that they serve at Olive Garden that I

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F for Franzbrötchen

  Franzbrötchen, literally translated as “little French Breads”, is a German cousin of the famous French Croissant. When I first looked into the description, I had to think twice, if I was going to make something similar to the Croissant.

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E for Empanada – Argentinian Onion and Cheese Empanada

  We are on to Day 5 of our A – Z Baking around the World and I realized that I did not have that many savory bakes planned out at all. Going through my bookmarks, I came across this

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D for Danish Butter Cookies

  Danish Butter Cookies, just the name reminds me of the soft, melt in the mouth cookies. My first taste of the Danish cookies was the Royal Dansk Butter Cookies in the blue box. I would always crave for them

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