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Almost paella

Cooked almost paella

Time to cook: 40 minutes

Total Servings: 2

Paella is the national Spanish dish made of rice, tinted with saffron and flavored with olive oil. My dish "almost" Paella, because there is no saffron or olive oil. However, this does not prevent it from being delicious, nourishing and flavorful!!!

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Spicy, Red onion, Sausage, Hot, Water, Smoked, Meat Dish, Bulgarian pepper, Salted, Hot Dish, Hot Dish Sausage

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Cooked spetzofay

Time to cook: 30 minutes

Total Servings: 4

I suggest you try this Greek dish Spetzofai. The main feature of its preparation - the ingredients should be cut coarsely so that the vegetables retain as much of their own flavor as possible. And the products used are really ordinary, which makes this dish affordable for everyone!

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Tomato, Sausage, White Onion, Meat Dish, Vegetable, Soy, Hot Dish, Tomato puree, Sausage Sauce, Hot Dish with Sausage

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Frying with blood sausage

Cooked Sausage Roast with Blood Sausage

Total Servings: 6

"Blunzngrostl" - fried with blood sausage. Blood sausage is one of the oldest sausages known today, it dates back to the antiquity. "Blunzngrostl" (instead of "о" it should be "o umlaut", but there is no such sign on the keyboard) - fried blood sausage with potatoes - has become the national dish of Upper Austria.

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Spicy, Potatoes, Horseradish, Sausage, Onions, Parsley, Meat Dish, Potato, Celery, Marjoram, Hot Dish, Sweet Red Peppers, Hot Dish with Sausage

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Cooked Franchesinia

Time to cook: 60 minutes

Total Servings: 2

Francesinha is a Portuguese dish. Main habitat is in the region of Porto. Francesinya could be conventionally called a big sandwich consisting of different kinds of sausages and meat, covered with cheese and lavishly covered with unique sauce. But it's not that easy. The Portuguese themselves consider their "francesinha" not as a sandwich, but as a full, hearty main course. And it's quite difficult to find it anywhere in the south or in Lisbon. But in Porto it is on the contrary - on every corner, in every restaurant, or even in narrowly-specialized franchise restaurants. The dish itself is quite young. It was invented in 1953 by a chef returning from France, who tried to adapt to local tastes his favorite croque-monsieur. Francesinha, which translates to "little Frenchwoman". But Francesinha became famous a little later. At the moment, the restaurant where the first franchise was made still exists and feels great. But at the same time there are many other places, each with their own unique sauce recipe. The sauce itself is the most important thing in this dish. The bread, the meat, it's all there. But that's what the restaurant makes its sauce from - that's the secret. So from restaurant to restaurant, the flavors of the francaisee can vary greatly. And many residents often have their favorite places with the only correct francesin.

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Dry White Wine, Garlic, Soy Sauce, Spicy, Tomato, Sausage, Beer, Olive Oil, Pork, Water, Meat Dish, Vegetable, Light Beer, Soft Cheese, Chili Pepper, Bouillon Cube, Cornstarch, Hot Dish, Whiskey, Toast, Hot Dish with Sausage

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Frittata with rice and vegetables

Cooked frittata with rice and vegetables

Time to cook: 25 minutes

Total Servings: 10

Frittata is an Italian omelette which is cooked with fillings of rice, cheese, vegetables, sausage or meat. The frittata is usually made on the stovetop and then cooked in the oven. It makes a very tasty and colorful dish.

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Ingredients and taste: Meat, Yummy, Greens, Sausage, Seasoning, Olive Oil, Rice, Carrots, Milk, Meat Dish, Vegetable, Green Beans, Cherry tomatoes, Green Peas, Corn, Saffron, Hot Dish, Hot Dish with Sausage

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