The Kitchen Frau

Fresh garden ingredients, whole foods, alternative grains, and always room for sauerkraut! Canadian food blogger.

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German Crustless Apple Pie – Creamy & Loaded with Apples
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Love apple pie but hate making the crust? Then this creamy, fresh, loaded-with-apples pie is for you! The apples are the star of the show in this crustless apple pie; they’re tender but with just enough texture to hold their … Continue reading → The post German Crustless Apple P...
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Kung Pao Chicken: A Taste of China
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You can enjoy this favourite restaurant dish at home. Chinese Kung Pao Chicken is quick and easy to make – a real treat for a weeknight dinner. Spicy, tangy, salty, and slightly sweet, it packs an umami punch of flavour. … Continue reading → The post Kung Pao Chicken: A Taste of...
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Warm Brussels Sprout Salad
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Warm Brussels Sprout Salad is my new favourite! Sweet, bright, tender-crisp little leaves of this tiny vegetable, quickly steam-sautéed and napped in a light, tangy/creamy dressing make for a delightful side dish to any type of meal. A surprisingly tasty … Continue reading → The post ...
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Snap Pea & Radish Salad – Hints of Spring!
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This bright, crispy Snap Pea & Radish salad is a foretaste of spring. Sugar sweet peas and zippy little radishes make for a fresh and colourful salad combination, kissed with a fresh and very slightly cream dressing with tangy lemon … Continue reading → The post Snap Pea & Ra...
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Torta de Fiambre (Baked Ham & Cheese Sandwiches): Taste of Uruguay
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The Torta de Fiambre is an amazingly easy and delicious baked sandwich popular in Uruguay. It’s ready to pop into the oven in 5 minutes, and makes a wonderful portable sandwich to pack for picnics and hikes, to serve for … Continue reading → The post Torta de Fiambre (Baked Ham ...
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No-Bake Chewy Chocolate Almond Bars
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Oh, boy, do these addictive little Chocolate Almond Bars fulfill that chocolate craving! And you don’t even have to feel too guilty because they’re made with very little refined sugar and have a lot of good-for-you ingredients in them. They’ve … Continue reading → Th...
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How to Dye Eggs for Easter
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Want to know how to dye eggs for Easter with simple ingredients in your pantry? It’s quick and easy and you don’t need to buy a kit to do it. This is a fun project to do with kids, or … Continue reading → The post How to Dye Eggs for Easter appeared first on .
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Gluten Free Hot Cross Buns
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Warm and spicy, spread with melting butter or a smear of almond butter, these gluten free Hot Cross Buns are just the comforting indulgence for a springtime brunch I’ve been dreaming of. And of course, they’re a superb treat with … Continue reading → The post Gluten Free H...
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Braised Endives with Ham and Cheese Sauce (au Gratin)
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Sweet and tender braised endives, wrapped in ham and smothered in a luscious cheese sauce with crispy browned bits at the edges – this dish is a comfort food to make you feel slightly continental. It’s equally at home as … Continue reading → The post Braised Endives with H...
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Easy Peel Boiled Eggs, Perfect Every Time
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Learn this simple technique to get perfect boiled eggs that peel like a dream every time, no matter how fresh they are. (Skip to recipe.) Okay, I cheated a bit on the title; the best easy peel boiled eggs . … Continue reading → The post Easy Peel Boiled Eggs, Perfect Every Time appear...
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