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Watermelon pops covert with an ultra creamy Greek yogurt, some freshly crushed pistachios and a last minute drizzle of orange blossom honey for a tasty and healthy snack this summer! These fun bites are crunchy on the first bite with a nice sweet yet salted taste, crunchy yet creamy texture and the more you eat it, the more it gets fruity and refreshing. Plus, there is no melting like with normal popsicles, so the little ones won’t mess up the floor with this popsicle version. The watermelon effect Watermelons are enormous… generally you would want to use it before it gets bad without having to leave it for days in the fridge and monopolize all that precious space. Making a punch with it is a common solution or maybe next time try these popsicles. The famous pink fruit contains about 90% of water, making it a perfect candidate for the…

Fried Eggplant with Honey is a popular vegetarian tapa in Spain. Nice crunchy eggplants deep fried in olive oil and finished up with a sprinkle of salt and good quality honey. Ever wondered about nice authentic vegetarian tapas ? This crunchy Fried Eggplant with Honey tapa is what you are looking for! Called ‘Berenjena con miel’ in Spanish this tapa originate from the south of Spain. Nowadays, you’ll find it in about every tapas bar in Spain. It’s usually served with a nice honey or a darker cane syrup and a nice sprinkle of salt. A great sweet and salty dish! Golden rule of deep frying with olive oil Knowing the common eggplants contains lots of water which makes them often saggy once cooked, the only way to make them relatively firm and crisp is by coating them in a light coat of flour and breadcrumbs and fry them up at high…

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