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Baked Chicken Drumsticks with Mustard and Garlic

An interesting dish from a French countryside came to us and just screams about refined late night dinners in cozy restaurants. Chicken is a  meat that allows improvisations, is easily cooked and can be found in cuisine of every country. But only French people could transform such trivial ingredient into a dish that served in […]

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Keto Cheesy Chicken Parmesan Casserole

A French dish, the word “casse” means pan, originally it was all vegetables plus many cheese gathered together in a frying pan and put in the oven. The style of the recipe didn’t changed much since its development in 1866, made, baked and eaten from the same scoop makes it more home style cooking. Only […]

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Baked Salmon with Black Olives and Capers Tapenade

This recipe is a super easy and great way to enhance a very popular fish – salmon. I used wild Atlantic Salmon and baked the entire filet altogether because it makes a really great presentation. To make everyone excited about this dish, I added a few branches of rosemary to the baking dish. The smell […]

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Tomato Basil and Cheese Savory Galette

Today we will be making low carb galette using almond flour crust. The best thing about this dish is that it doesn’t have to look beautifully made to be tasty and impress your friends and family. This basic savory galette has a crust made of almond flour, parmesan, egg white, salt, and a little bit […]

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Keto Chicken Cordon Bleu

Formerly in France, the term blue ribbon or “cordon bleu’ refers to the cooks who wear blue aprons. Nowadays it also means food prepared by outstanding cooks with a very high standard. The cordon bleu is an exquisite stuffed chicken recipe, crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. To prepare our keto version, we […]

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