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  • Octopus may be one of the world's most underrated types of seafood because of its appearance and texture. Despite that, it is delicious when prepared and cooked properly.

    How to Make Pugita With Upo

    How to Make Pugita With Upo

    by Dred Cuan3

  • Have you ever tried chop suey? It is a popular dish from China, usually made with meat or seafood and vegetables. I created a simple version of this meal using chicken skin.

    How to Make Chop Suey: A Chinese-Inspired Dish

    How to Make Chop Suey: A Chinese-Inspired Dish

    by Dred Cuan9

  • I grew up in Malaysia, where I enjoyed eating local dishes every day. Now that I live in the United States, I keep my kitchen stocked with these 10 essential ingredients. Whenever I want to cook my favorite Malay dishes, I'm ready.

    Top 10 Must-Have Ingredients for Malay Cooking

    Top 10 Must-Have Ingredients for Malay Cooking

    by Liza0

  • Scottish foodstuffs and recipes are often considered to be unimaginative, bland and unhealthy. The Scottish recipes featured on this page show that Scottish food can be extremely tasty and more than worth sampling in your home.

    Traditional Scottish Recipes

    Traditional Scottish Recipes

    by Gordon Hamilton14

  • The potato may be one of the most popular vegetables in the whole world. They are not only delicious, they are nutritious, too. Spicy potato curry is a quick and easy side dish that goes well with roti, chapati, poori, or any flatbread.

    How to Make Spicy Potato Curry

    How to Make Spicy Potato Curry

    by ShailaSheshadri0

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  • Adding pumpkin or butternut squash brings out a tasty flavor to the chapati.

    Pumpkin Chapati

    Pumpkin Chapati

    by Chef Sherrie0

  • Would you eat the still beating heart of a cobra? A fish head fermented for weeks underground or an alcoholic beverage with a pickled critter sitting in the middle of the bottle? This and so much more is in this absolutely disgusting article so hold your barf bags high and lets get this party started!

    14 of the World's Most Disgusting and Challenging Foods

    14 of the World's Most Disgusting and Challenging Foods

    by Theophanes Avery10

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