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Taco Seasoning Mix Recipe

Tacos are a staple of traditional Mexican food. They’re so good that you can find chain restaurants specializing in tacos with various kinds of fillings from beef to fish, or even vegetarian tacos! Tacos are surprisingly easy to make and I’m sure almost all of us have attempted in making DIY tacos at home. Large …

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Crepe Recipe

Crepe is a Latin word which means crisp and this recipe was evolved in the old 14th century. This dish is mainly made with wheat flour and is considered as a national dish in France. It can be compared with Indian dosa, tortilla, African injera, and the Mexican sope. Different regions enjoy this recipe in …

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Biscuit Recipe

Biscuit recipe was developed in middle ages and the word is derived from the Latin word ‘bis coitus’, which means twice baked. Some people get confused between biscuits and cookies. Biscuit is generally either sweet or savoury, but cookies are always sweet. A cookie is sweet, flat, baked goods and biscuit is a flour-based baked …

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Hummingbird Food Recipe

Hummingbird’s food includes nectar, pollen, tree sap, and fruit juice. They feed near about 6 to 8 hours per day. If you are interested to make hummingbird visit your house for feeding, then there are many different ways and sources for that. Nectar producing colourful flowers is the most attractive thing for these birds. Avoid spraying …

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Salsa Recipe

In Spanish, salsa means sauce and it was first encountered in early 1500 by Spaniards. The Aztecs made the sauce or salsa with a mix of chilies, tomatoes, beans, and squash with some other ingredients. The culture of making this sauce was spread in Central America and the United States. Slowly people started selling bottles …

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Margarita Recipe

Margarita is a cocktail served in several ways and prepared in various styles. Margarita is a Spanish word for daisy and is a popular Mexican and American beverage. It is said that during the prohibition period in the United States from 1920 to 1933, daisy ‘margarita’ was re-created with tequila instead of brandy. Margarita consists …

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