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Snipper de ui en verhit in een pan met dikke bodem olie. Bak de ui in 5 min. op heel laag vuur glazig. Snijd de courgette in blokjes en schep de risotto en courgette door de ui. Bak dit mee tot alle rijstkorrels glanzen. Prepareer de bouillon volgens de aanwijzing op de verpakking. Roer een kwart va...

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Na meer dan een jaar hier geleefd te hebben ben ik inmiddels wel bekend met het eten hier. Inmiddels heb ik zelf uitgevonden hoe ik hun 'typische' maaltijd kan maken: Adobo. Het is heel simpel en daarom iets wat ik nog weleens wil maken (ben vanmijzelf zeker geen chef).  Hier wordt veel rijst g...

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Holidays & religion Romania is a country where most of the population is following the orthodox-christian religion. The orthodox religion is derived from Christianity but is much stricter in some ways like fasting without any animal product (milk, eggs, butter), church service takes about 4 hour...

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This recipe is from: blog.ssekodesigns.com I didn't try to make them myself yet, but i ate lots of Samosas in Uganda and they absolutely were my favourite Ugandan food!! Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Heat the oil in a small nonstick pan. Add the mustard seeds and fry for about ten seconds,...

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Dit jaar kon ik mijn familie niet bezoeken met Kerstmis, waardoor ik de verschillende luxe gerechten mis die verschillende familieleden zouden koken. Door de kerst zonder hen door te brengen, werd ik plotseling gepromoveerd van assistent-chef tot chef-kok. Ik ben geen geweldige kok, en zeker geen&nb...

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