The Surprise- April Challenge!

This is sort of going to be different this time…

For those of you’ll who are new to these challenges, all you’ll have to do is select something from the list, make it, prepare a post by the last week of that month and publish it. A linking tool will be open during the last week and you’ll can share your recipes๐Ÿ˜Š There will be 1 or more judges to judge the challenge and I’ll be making a post with some of the best features.

You’ll have to choose numbers instead of recipes. The numbers range from 1 to 30๐Ÿ˜Š. Choose some random one to see what recipe you have got…The list is already made, so I won’t give you’ll anything random. Asย  you choose the number, your recipe will open up in the list. Don’t forget your numbers plz!!

The only clue I can give you all is that all the recipes are veg๐Ÿ˜Š and in case you want to make it non-veg, then there is absolutely no problem

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I really want to get 30 participants this time! Let’s do it! BTW IN CASE A PARTICULAR INGREDIENT IS NOT AVAILABLE IN YOUR PLACE, PLEASE BE FREE TO SUBSTITUTE:) make YOUR VARIATIONS TO THESE DELICACIES:).

SO GO AHEAD AND CHOOSE AND YOUR RECIPE WILL AND IT WILL APPEAR IN THE LIST! IF BY CHANCE You’ll AREN’T ABLE TO FIND THE RECIPES, PLEASE NOTIFY ME AND I’LL TAKE IT OFF THE LIST. BECAUSE FOR CERTAIN RECIPES I COULDN’T CHECK THE INGREDIENTS!

  1. Kapusta
  2. Vegetarian Khao Suey
  3. Tiramisu
  4. Cantaloupe pie
  5. Porkkanalaatiko
  6. Baghara Baingan
  7. Bakewell tart
  8. Bonet
  9. Empanada
  10. Briam
  11. Maultasche
  12. poutine
  13. Spinach Quiche
  14. Neenish Tart
  15. Watalappan
  16. Derby Pie
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139 thoughts on “The Surprise- April Challenge!

      1. Hi1 i hope you donยดt get too cross with me but I have checked quite a few recipes and the majority of ingredients I canยดt find here in Spain like Jicama or yam bean, for example. So sorry, but may i please change it? Sorry again!

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      2. I have never tried them…They looked like samosas so I added them to the listโ˜บ….would love to try the recipe you will be posting since you are from Spain

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      3. Oh yes! My mom used to work for some Indian people some years ago. They would invite us to eat at their house from time to time and oh my goodness…It was heavenly!!! I could barely move after such a feast but it was worth it haha

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      1. They stuff the baighgan but you could try something different. You could Cook the eggplant and make a crust with it, something similar to Kofta and stuff the stuffing I guess

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      1. No..you aren’t tiring anyone. None of us would join if we felt it was “work”. Rather than tiring us, you are inspiring us to try something new. That is a great thing! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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