Moussaka from Greece

By Nimade Asrini Sadri Moussaka is  a traditional Greek dish, and one of the favorite meals at Amigoss, children love it! If you want to learn how to cook Moussaka for children, just follow this recipe: Ingredients Minced beef Eggplant Potato Béchamel sauce Salt and pepper (to taste) Garlic Onion Cinnamon Cheese Nutmeg Oil Milk

Amigoss´ Recipe Book

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Amigoss is designing a Recipe Book for children! We would like to share with our families and friends our recipes. Our educators and Amigoss´s former chefs are collaborating in the development of this book, and we would like your help as well. We have very good cooks and chefs among our families, so we would

Amigoss´ Recipe Book

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Amigoss is designing a Recipe Book for children! We would like to share with our families and friends our recipes. Our educators and Amigoss´s former chefs are collaborating in the development of this book, and we would like your help as well. We have very good cooks and chefs among our families, so we would

Beef noodles from China

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By Asrini Sadri Noodles are a staple food in many cultures made from unleavened dough, which is stretched, extruded, or rolled flat and cut into one of a variety of shapes. Noodles are an essential ingredient and staple in Chinese cuisine. Chinese noodles vary widely according to the region of production, ingredients, shape or width, and manner of preparation. They are an important part of most

The benefits of making your own playdough and Amigoss Recipe

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Children like playing with playdough, they love to mold it, and create beautiful designs. Playdough helps developing fine motor skills of toddlers, and helps them to learn how to hold pens or pencils. At the same time, playdough can help developing cognitive and social skills, when educators and parents encourage children to share their thoughts

Amigoss International Recipes: Australian Damper by Jenny Wood

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Damper is a traditional Australian bread, historically made by bush travellers, and later by indigenous Australians. It is simple to make and is usually cooked on the coals of an open fire. At Amigoss, we baked ours in the oven! The children practised reading a recipe, measuring ingredients, 'rubbing' the butter into the flour and 'kneading'

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