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Weekend special: snack on these 5 continental recipes for a crunchy treat

Weekend special: snack on these 5 continental recipes for a crunchy treat

The start of Friday brings a certain anticipation among foodies, as it signals the beginning of a weakening filled with delicacies. It is common knowledge that weekends are meant to relax and enjoy delicious dishes that we can’t enjoy during the week. It’s the weekends when we finally have the time to experiment with new recipes and try out new and delicious dishes! If you’re looking for ways to spice up your weekend with food, we’ve found some continental snack recipes for you to enjoy. The best thing about these snacks is that they are all crunchy and delicious.

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5 continental snack recipes you can make at home:

1. Panko Crusted Cottage Cheese

This crunchy continental snack is a big hit with breading lovers. Breadcrumbs are marinated in herbs such as thyme and oregano, dipped in a batter of flour and milk, and covered in breadcrumbs to give the signature crispy outer layer.

Click here for the full Panko Crusted Cottage Cheese recipe.

2. Stuffed potatoes in their skins

Fried potatoes are filled with flavorful mushroom filling, which makes this potato snack different and even tastier than the others! The result is a snack that is crispy on the outside and soft on the inside.

Click here for the full recipe for Stuffed Baked Potatoes.

3. Scotch eggs

For those unfamiliar with Scotch eggs, Scotch eggs are a popular continental snack associated with British food. In this dish, boiled eggs are wrapped in a flavorful meat mixture. This combination is then coated with breadcrumbs to give the snack a crunchy texture.

Click here for the full recipe for Scotch Eggs

Scotch Eggs

4. Onion Rings

These batter-fried onion slices make for a crunchy treat that is sure to impress kids and adults alike. You don’t even have to be a kitchen genius to make this dish right. It is often combined with sour cream dip; you can also have it with tomato ketchup.

Click here for the full recipe for onion rings

5. Batter fish

Breaded with maida and parsley and seasoned with just salt and pepper, here’s our take on the quintessential batter fried fish that’s easy and quick to prepare. This is often served as a pairing with chips and is known as fish and chips.

Click here for the full recipe for Batter Fish

Try these recipes out and let us know which one is your favorite in the comments section below!