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Nachos w/ Red Curry Chicken Mince

These loaded nachos are a great snack or meal for your kids, guests or yourself (for when you don’t want to slave in the kitchen)! In this epic recipe, I’m combining two of my favorite cuisines: the Mexican and Thai kitchen. I’m also using a red curry paste to flavor the meat and typical nachos ingredients to give it that Mexican flava! And it works guys, because these Nachos w/ Red Curry Chicken Mince are well seasoned, packed with flavor and spices and a real treat. Plus, they look so gorgeous when served!

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Tteokkochi w/ Chicken Sausage & Spring Onion

If there’s one cuisine that has influenced me since 2020, it’s the Korean kitchen! The food, the people, the culture - I’m in love and intrigued! I can’t wait to travel again and visit this beautiful country, eat all the delicious food and explore their culture. This Tteokkochi (Rice Sticks) w/ Chicken Sausages and Spring Onion is an homage to another Korean treasure and a new favorite of mine. It’s made with chewy and crispy rice cakes/sticks, chicken sausages and spring onions. After they are lightly fried in a pan, they get a generous coating of the spicy and sweet Korean sauce. This Tteokkochi is heaven on a stick!

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Sticky Supermalt Wings! (A Non-Alcholic Snack)

Deep-fried, baked, with or without sauce, I am a true chicken wings lover! And when Supermalt asked me to whip something up with their non-alcoholic soft drink, I knew exactly what to do. My Sticky Supermalt Wings are crispy, sweet, salty and coated with that malty goodness! Will you have these for dinner, as a snack or…? Either way, I won’t tell anybody ;-)

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Turkey Bacon & Cheese Croquettes

Deep-fried snacks will always have a special place in my heart. Anything with cheese, pieces of meat and a crispy outer layer makes my heart beat faster. And this snack, my lovely people is something you would want to make as an appetizer or “borrel hapje” (snack) at your parties. It’s easy, savory and mouth-watering. What else do you need?

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Gua Bao w/ Crispy Taiwanese Chicken

Delicious Gua Bao w/ Crispy Taiwanese Chicken anyone? I’m bringing this famous Taiwanese street food snack to your kitchen. With store-bought bao buns, a little preparation and some love you’ll have a yummy Asian snack on your dinner table!

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Korean Pancakes w/ Shrimp

These Korean Pancakes are a variation on the vegetable pancakes which are also on my blog. They are packed with green vegetables, pieces of shrimp and spices. So step up your pancake game and make these soon!

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(Fried) Rice Pudding Rolls

You may ask yourself now, who on earth comes up with Fried Rice Pudding Rolls? Well, your spiced girl was actually in the mood for a Korean rice cracker snack (which is made with day old rice and you fry in a pan until it becomes a big ol rice cracker) but unfortunately, I messed up the recipe. So, after tossing and turning the rice, I added milk, sugar and vanilla to it. Et voilà, the Rice Pudding happened. As for the fried rolls well, for that you’ll have to continue reading ;-)

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Cheddar Chive Scones

For a long time I bought my Cheddar Scones at Marks & Spencer’s in the Netherlands but ever since that store left; I had to miss them. So a while ago I decided I should make them myself and they were even better than the ones I bought at M&S. My Cheddar Chive Scones are extra cheesy, packed with oniony chives and fresh black pepper, which makes every bite sensational!

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