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The Moroccan cigars are delicious appetizers (to be proposed as a main course) spicy taste and crunchy. The cigars have a delicious and tasty stuffing made of flesh, cinnamon, pepper, ginger and eggs, all wrapped in phyllo dough, the latter of Middle Eastern origin. The ingredients of phyllo dough are flour, oil, water and salt, and its extremely thin, means that once cooked is extremely light and crisp.
Tigelle with "cunza" are typical of Modena and consist of scones (whose original name crescentine) prepared with flour, water, yeast and lard which are cooked in special Tigella. The "cunza" (also known as pesto Modena) is nothing but a mixture of lard, rosemary and garlic also typical of Modena, which are stuffed tigelle still hot.
Lemons stuffed with tuna cream are looking for appetizers and the presentation really original: the cream of tuna, it is served in a lemon pulp drained and sprinkled with crumbled hard-boiled egg yolk. This recipe can be a good idea to be proposed for the International Women's Day, as the sunny color of the dish and the egg yolk crumbled on lemon reminiscent of mimosa flower representative of this party.
The famous Mexican salsa and guacamole an ancient condiment made from avocado, now spread all over the world, whose recipe dates back to the time of the Aztecs. The original recipe for guacamole was made from one mashed avocado mixed with lime juice and salt, but with the passage of time and was enriched up to the present day in a much more elaborate than the original, which also includes tomatoes, chili, onion, garlic, pepper, cumin and fresh coriander.