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  • Kabuli pulao is a dish from the north of Afghanistan that is also considered to be a national dish of Afghanistan. If you visit Afghanistan, Pakistan, or Saudi Arabia (where it is called roz Bukhari), you will certainly have this dish.

    How to Make Afghani Kabuli Pulao

    How to Make Afghani Kabuli Pulao

    by Amina Usman0

  • If you ask the average person about Irish food, the answer is probably going to be something about Irish stew or coddle. However, the Irish food scene has evolved over the years. It has injected new life into cooking using the best fresh ingredients available.

    Modern Irish Food in 3 Memorable Meals

    Modern Irish Food in 3 Memorable Meals

    by Paola Bassanese2

  • Fafda is a popular Gujarati street snack. It's easy to make this snack at home for teatime—or any time. The main ingredient is chickpea flour. Chickpeas are a good source of vitamins, minerals, protein, and fiber.

    Teatime Snacks: How to Make Gram Flour (Besan) Fafda

    Teatime Snacks: How to Make Gram Flour (Besan) Fafda

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Do you know about the health benefits of sprouts? Grow healthy and hygienic sprouts yourself, at home, and include them in your daily diet. It’s easy, and you can use the healthy sprouts in yummy salads, soups, and many more delicious recipes.

    How to Make Moong (Green Gram) and Kale Chane (Black Gram) Sprouts

    How to Make Moong (Green Gram) and Kale Chane (Black Gram) Sprouts

    by Chitrangada Sharan52

  • A full Welsh breakfast is similar in many respects to other British fried breakfasts. It is made truly unique, however, by the inclusion of laverbread and cockles on the plate, two things you would never find in English, Scottish or Northern Irish breakfasts.

    How to Make a Full Welsh Breakfast

    How to Make a Full Welsh Breakfast

    by Gordon Hamilton6

  • Tajine recipes are the perfect introduction to Moroccan cuisine. Quick and easy to make, they can be tailored to include beef, fish, or chicken. The recipe can be easily adjusted to be vegetarian, as well. Explore these delicious tajine dishes as you step into your virtual Moroccan kitchen!

    Tasty Tajine Recipes That Won't Disappoint

    Tasty Tajine Recipes That Won't Disappoint

    by Adelia Maghribia2

  • Adobo is a famous and popular Filipino dish. It's very easy to make, and it's absolutely delicious, too.

    Chicken and Pork Adobo

    Chicken and Pork Adobo

    by Edwin Alcantara0

  • Cabbage potato parathas are spicy, soft, crunchy, and appetizing. This dish combines veggies with wheat flour to make scrumptious pancakes. They are served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

    How to Make Healthy Cabbage Potato Parathas

    How to Make Healthy Cabbage Potato Parathas

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Spring onion curry is a quick and easy side dish that is slightly crunchy and intensely flavorful. Rich in calcium, vitamin C, and fiber, this curry is healthy, too.

    Spring Onion Curry Recipe

    Spring Onion Curry Recipe

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Tarallini are an Italian snack—a perfect accompaniment to a cheese board, wine tasting, or a simple afternoon of appetizers with friends. You can purchase them, or bake your own with my easy recipe.

    Tarallini: A Unique Italian Snack

    Tarallini: A Unique Italian Snack

    by Linda Lum10

  • Japan has a widespread coffee culture, and cafés can be found all over the country. One type of coffee shop, called a kissaten, has strong roots in history but is slowly disappearing. Read this article to find out more about them and why you should visit one while in Japan.

    What Is a Japenese Kissaten and How Is It Different From a Café?

    What Is a Japenese Kissaten and How Is It Different From a Café?

    by Kiyomi Motomura5

  • Japanese food has gained a great reputation and is still increasing in popularity. Even so, there is so much more variety to Japan's food that you may not know about. This article highlights what you should try when you visit Japan for a delightful, and possibly adventurous, culinary experience.

    17 Foods You Should Try in Japan (That You May Not Know Existed)

    17 Foods You Should Try in Japan (That You May Not Know Existed)

    by Kiyomi Motomura2

  • Have you ever heard of pastimallows? It is a combination of pastillas and marshmallows. Try this famous milk-based sweet delicacy with a twist that originated in the Philippines.

    How to Make Pastimallows

    How to Make Pastimallows

    by Dred Cuan10

  • Yellow pumpkin paratha, or flatbread, is very delicious and aromatic. Though I had known about this recipe, I was unsure about how it would taste—until I made it at home yesterday morning. It was truly fantastic.

    How to Make Yellow Pumpkin Paratha

    How to Make Yellow Pumpkin Paratha

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Bitter gourd (hagala kayi) chutney is the best sauce I have eaten so far. I am not kidding! If you make this dish in the right way, I'm sure you will agree. Bitter gourd is a superfood. Try it!

    How to Make Bitter Gourd Chutney

    How to Make Bitter Gourd Chutney

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Scotland is an abundant source of food such as venison, beef and seafood. It is possible to trace the history of food in Scotland to get an idea of how people lived.

    The History of Scottish Food

    The History of Scottish Food

    by alliemacb7

  • Making mint leaf rice (a.k.a pudina rice or pudina pulao), requires only basic ingredients like mint leaves and some spices. This dish makes a delicious and healthy breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. I made mint leaf rice in about 30 minutes and served it to four people.

    How to Make Mint Leaf Rice (Pudina Rice)

    How to Make Mint Leaf Rice (Pudina Rice)

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • 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

  • Also known as toor dal mente baskets with a garbanzo bean salad, this recipe is diabetic-friendly. These protein-rich lentil baskets contain lots of fiber, and they pair well with a nutrient-rich salad.

    Steamed Lentil Fenugreek Baskets With Chickpea Salad

    Steamed Lentil Fenugreek Baskets With Chickpea Salad

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Aloo matar is a famous Punjabi vegetarian dish made from potatoes and peas. Easily prepared with simple ingredients, this comforting curry pairs well with roti, chapati, poori, rice, naan, and even dosa.

    Simple Potato and Peas Curry (Aloo Matar) Recipe

    Simple Potato and Peas Curry (Aloo Matar) Recipe

    by Shwetha bhat0

  • Crunchy textured kohlrabi (knol-khol) is known to have abundant fiber and vitamins. It is low-calorie, low-fat, and has no cholesterol. This soup is very delicious and healthy. Try this winter winner!

    How to Make Knol-Khol Soup/Kohlrabi Soup

    How to Make Knol-Khol Soup/Kohlrabi Soup

    by ShailaSheshadri4

  • This recipe for spicy garlic shrimp from Spain is fast and easy to make. Shrimp and garlic combine with sherry and spice to create a very flavorful dish. Gambas al ajillo is for folks who love garlic!

    Spicy Garlic Shrimp: A Spanish Tapa

    Spicy Garlic Shrimp: A Spanish Tapa

    by Kaili Bisson24

  • Making homemade hot tamales can be time-consuming, but worth every minute it takes. Make them spicy, mild, chicken, beef, pork or vegetarian! No limit to the flavors you can make. Call your friends and family for help and have a tamale making party!

    Homemade Hot Tamales Recipe

    Homemade Hot Tamales Recipe

    by Margie's Southern Kitchen2

  • Also known as boat noodles or kuay teow rhua, this unique soup is a dish so dear to a lot of Thais. Luckily, with this recipe, you don't have to fly all the way to Thailand to try it.

    Thai Beef Noodle Soup - Street Food Recipe

    Thai Beef Noodle Soup - Street Food Recipe

    by Om Paramapoonya18

  • I'm sure you have your regular dishes that you look forward to every fall season and throughout the holidays, but have you considered what others from around the world might be making in their kitchens this time of year? Maybe you'll find some inspiration for a new dish to add to your repertoire.

    Autumn Recipes From Around the World

    Autumn Recipes From Around the World

    by Victoria Van Ness4

  • Not only is bottle gourd delicious, it's healthy, too. You can make this awesome bottle gourd dry masala curry in just 30 minutes. Serve it as a side dish alongside chapati, roti, or flatbread of your choice.

    How to Make Bottle Gourd Masala Curry (Lauki Subji)

    How to Make Bottle Gourd Masala Curry (Lauki Subji)

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Do you have a favorite finger food when enjoying an evening beer or cocktail? I personally love something savory, salty, and spicy—a combination that is perfectly encapsulated by dynamite, a Filipino-inspired snack.

    How to Make Dynamite: A Filipino-Inspired Finger Food

    How to Make Dynamite: A Filipino-Inspired Finger Food

    by Dred Cuan8

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  • A step-by-step guide on how to make Jamaican pork stew. Best served with traditional rice and peas, and a side salad.

    Best Recipe for Jamaican Stew Pork

    Best Recipe for Jamaican Stew Pork

    by Carolee Samuda37

  • A guide on the kinds of food eaten in Poland from the main course to what Poles eat for dessert. Includes information on various elements used in Polish cooking as well as commonly prepared dishes.

    Traditional Polish Dishes

    Traditional Polish Dishes

    by Melanie Shebel19

  • Some people have anosmia, a condition that robs them of a sense of smell. That makes them good candidates for food that offers a massive olfactory insult.

    Disgustingly Stinky Food – Tasty Though

    Disgustingly Stinky Food – Tasty Though

    by Rupert Taylor3

  • Protein pancakes are made of white lentils. They are called "abi bhakri (dodak)" in my local dialect. Freshly chopped coconut, green chilies, and ginger give a nice crunch to these lentil pancakes.

    How to Make Urad Dal (White Lentils) Protein Pancakes

    How to Make Urad Dal (White Lentils) Protein Pancakes

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Upma is my all-time favorite breakfast dish. This versatile dish often includes seasonal veggies in addition to onions, coconut, and tomatoes. Rice sevai (vermicelli) upma is soft, smooth, and delicious. You don't need a side dish for this. It can also be packed in a lunch box.

    How to Make Rice Sevai Upma

    How to Make Rice Sevai Upma

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Arrowhead chips, or ngaku chips, are my all-time favorite snack during Chinese New Year. They are fairly easy to prepare, and once you have tried them you will want to make a batch for yourself.

    How to Fry Arrowhead (Ngaku) Chips

    How to Fry Arrowhead (Ngaku) Chips

    by Sue Mah0

  • Delicious and healthy, this moong masoor dal recipe comes from the Punjabi region of North India. Video included.

    Punjabi Moong Masoor Dal Recipe

    Punjabi Moong Masoor Dal Recipe

    by Rajan Singh Jolly4

  • Have you ever tried making your own fresh paneer? Follow these simple steps to make fresh paneer (another name for cottage cheese) at home. Pure, fresh, and always available!

    How to Make Fresh Paneer (Cottage Cheese) at Home

    How to Make Fresh Paneer (Cottage Cheese) at Home

    by Chitrangada Sharan34

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  • Ukoy are Filipino shrimp and vegetable fritters. It's quick and easy to make. Traditionally, this recipe contains shrimp and mung bean sprouts, but it's so versatile, you can use any vegetable ingredients. You can also skip the shrimp, if you prefer.

    Ukoy: Filipino Shrimp and Vegetable Fritters

    Ukoy: Filipino Shrimp and Vegetable Fritters

    by Edwin Alcantara0

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  • Cabbage idli is a spicy and flavorful steamed dumpling that doesn't require any fermentation of the batter. This quick and easy dish is delicious on its own, or it can be served with plain coconut chutney or tomato sauce.

    How to Make Spicy Cabbage Idli for a Healthy Breakfast

    How to Make Spicy Cabbage Idli for a Healthy Breakfast

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Okra is a popular vegetable due to its health benefits and good taste. This crispy and delicious okra pakora can be served as a tea-time snack or as an appetizer before a meal It is a scrumptious side dish, too.

    How to Make Crispy Okra Pakora (Ladies' Fingers)

    How to Make Crispy Okra Pakora (Ladies' Fingers)

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Corn capsicum cutlets are soft, crunchy, and super yummy. Children love to eat them, and they make the best after-school snacks. Once you prepare the dough, all you need to do is shallow-fry the patties, and they're ready to eat.

    After-School Snacks: How to Make Corn Capsicum Cutlets

    After-School Snacks: How to Make Corn Capsicum Cutlets

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Learn how to make this yogurt-based side dish, or raita, in a jiffy. This mildly spicy dish is a hot-summer-day favorite. For this raita, I used tomatoes, yogurt, and red chilies.

    10-Minute Tomato Raita  (Tomato and Yogurt Curry)

    10-Minute Tomato Raita (Tomato and Yogurt Curry)

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Split mung bean soup (moong dal rasam) is a delightful, healing, and delicious lentil soup. In the Kannada language, this soup is popularly known as kattu saru. Unlike other soups of this type, there is no tamarind in this recipe. Instead, we add lemon juice to achieve the tangy flavor.

    How to Make Moong Dal Rasam (Split Mung Bean Soup)

    How to Make Moong Dal Rasam (Split Mung Bean Soup)

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Japanese food has become popular all over the world, and now it's not just sushi and tempura that's turning heads. To understand why it's so scrumptious we look at what the Japanese like and strive for in the dishes that they make.

    What Makes the Food in Japan so Good?

    What Makes the Food in Japan so Good?

    by Kiyomi Motomura1

  • Nawabi paneer, also known as shahi paneer, is a dish that was prepared for the royalty of India during the Moghul Empire. Try this dish of cottage cheese in a rich, white gravy of nuts, cream, and spices. Recipe video included.

    Nawabi Paneer Recipe (Cottage Cheese in White Gravy)

    Nawabi Paneer Recipe (Cottage Cheese in White Gravy)

    by Rajan Singh Jolly12

  • 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

  • This dish is a Filipino version of meatloaf. I remember my mom making this dish for special occasions, such as Christmas. There are many variations of this dish. You can add whatever ingredients you want since it's very versatile. So try it out, modify it, and make it your own.

    Filipino Pork Embutido (Meatloaf)

    Filipino Pork Embutido (Meatloaf)

    by Edwin Alcantara0

  • Instant rava vegetable paddu (aka paniyaram or appe) is a South Indian breakfast recipe. Typically, paddu is prepared with leftover idli or dosa batter, but this recipe is an instant version prepared with rava, or semolina. This dish is prepared in a special mold pan that has shell shapes.

    Instant Rava Vegetable Paddu or Paniyaram Recipe

    Instant Rava Vegetable Paddu or Paniyaram Recipe

    by Shwetha bhat0

  • Known as "kanom pang jee" in Thai, these no-fuss macaroons are definitely a must-try for coconut lovers. Plus, they are also gluten-free and dairy-free!

    No-Bake Macaroons: A Thai Coconut Dessert

    No-Bake Macaroons: A Thai Coconut Dessert

    by Om Paramapoonya18

  • Pickle is an appetizing accompaniment to many meals. Mixed vegetable pickle is everyone's favorite because it's delicious and easy to make. Serve this spicy and mouthwatering side dish to enhance the flavor of your meal.

    How to Make Mixed Vegetable Pickle in 12 Minutes

    How to Make Mixed Vegetable Pickle in 12 Minutes

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Have you ever tried cream dory? Cream dory, also known as Pangasius, is a fish with spiny fins that is found in Southeast Asia. The fish is known for its neutral flavor, which works well in many dishes.

    How to Make Chinese-Style Fried Cream Dory

    How to Make Chinese-Style Fried Cream Dory

    by Dred Cuan14

  • The holidays are fast approaching, and the weather has begun to change. Foods that warm the body are wonderful for this time of year. Let me teach you how to make a sinigang na salmon belly soup that you can enjoy during this holiday season.

    How to Make Sinigang na Salmon Belly: A Filipino-Inspired Dish

    How to Make Sinigang na Salmon Belly: A Filipino-Inspired Dish

    by Dred Cuan2

  • Japan boasts a large variety of unique, mouth-watering dishes and cooking styles not originally found anywhere else in the world. When travelling to Japan, here is a list of cuisines you must not miss.

    Japanese Cuisine and Dishes That You Must Not Miss

    Japanese Cuisine and Dishes That You Must Not Miss

    by James2

  • Convenience stores in Japan are just so darned ... convenient! But for the gluten intolerant customer a trip to the conbini can be an intimidating and frustrating experience. Particularly if you don't speak or read Japanese! So what's safe? What isn't? What should we look for? Let's to find out!

    Gluten-Free Travel:  Convenience Stores in Japan

    Gluten-Free Travel: Convenience Stores in Japan

    by chocominties7

  • Do you enjoy eating fried or pan-fried foods? Do you love the taste of Chinese cuisine? Now you can fulfill both cravings in one dish. Try this crispy, crunchy Chinese-style breading mix using only simple ingredients. Enjoy!

    How to Make Crispy, Crunchy Chinese-Style Breading Mix

    How to Make Crispy, Crunchy Chinese-Style Breading Mix

    by Dred Cuan0

  • Radish is highly nutritious and cooks quickly, but it has a pungent flavor. Radish curry is a spicy yet delicious side dish that you can serve with any type of flatbread.

    How to Make Radish Curry (Mooli Subzi)

    How to Make Radish Curry (Mooli Subzi)

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Taking a Japanese train ride soon? Don’t forget to grab an Ekiben meal box. This is one of the most exotic and colorful experiences to enjoy when traveling in Japan.

    Ekiben: A Delicious Way to Travel in Japan

    Ekiben: A Delicious Way to Travel in Japan

    by Kuan Leong Yong4

  • Table manners and etiquette change from country to country, but in Japan, there are quite a few rules to follow when you are using chopsticks. Some rules are pretty minor, but a couple of rules in particular are incredibly important to follow.

    Quick Guide to Chopstick Etiquette in Japan

    Quick Guide to Chopstick Etiquette in Japan

    by Jason Reid Capp6

  • This list highlights six of the most common Japanese noodles. Check it out and if you happen to be in the country, try and order one of these tasty creations.

    6 Types of Japanese Noodles

    6 Types of Japanese Noodles

    by David Denver0

  • Morocco has some of the world's best olives. The variety is staggering and the options are endless. Spices, citrus, and herbs are all part of the olive-making process. This guide will help you not only identify the different types but will tell you how to use them in Moroccan cooking.

    A Guide to Moroccan Olives

    A Guide to Moroccan Olives

    by Adelia Maghribia0

  • In some Asian countries, the edible bird's nest (EBN) is a rare delicacy that is both popular and expensive. It is valued as a quintessential food for its reputed health benefits. Would you be willing to try something that is made of solidified bird secretions?

    Edible Bird's Nest (EBN): A Rare Asian Delicacy

    Edible Bird's Nest (EBN): A Rare Asian Delicacy

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney0

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  • Long beans are delicious pods that we use extensively in cooking. They have a unique, delightful taste. They are a good source of vitamin A and minerals. Stir-fried long beans make an easy side dish.

    How to Make Yardlong Beans Stir-Fry (Alasande Palya)

    How to Make Yardlong Beans Stir-Fry (Alasande Palya)

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Food is essential to any culture. I have found that Hawaiian food ranks right up there with the best cuisines in the world. I have narrowed my list to the top eight dishes that you should on your next visit to Hawaii.

    Top 8 Traditional Hawaiian Foods

    Top 8 Traditional Hawaiian Foods

    by Ronald Piper2

  • Masala rice roti is a delicious flatbread you can serve to your family for breakfast or dinner. This roti makes a wonderful between-meal snack, too. Try this easy and simple recipe, and savor the uniqueness.

    How to Make Masala Akki Rotti (Masala Rice Roti)

    How to Make Masala Akki Rotti (Masala Rice Roti)

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • In Chinese cuisine, humble home-style dishes are very different from restaurant dishes and street food. Steaming is a common method of home-style cooking and is used for meat (in particular pork), chicken, fish, eggs or tofu. Quick and economical, these tasty dishes are great for tight household budgets. Guidelines for steaming techniques and recipe ideas here.

    Steamed Dishes in Chinese Home Cooking

    Steamed Dishes in Chinese Home Cooking

    by Foodstuff10

  • Sichuan has more beef dishes than most other Chinese provences and their spicy beef stew is considered to be comfort food. Made with star anise, Sichuan peppercorns and chili bean sauce it is slowly simmered until you get a tasty, spicy but not too hot stew which can be served with rice or noodles.

    Spicy Sichuan Beef Stew (Chinese Comfort Food)

    Spicy Sichuan Beef Stew (Chinese Comfort Food)

    by rjsadowski3

  • I always look forward to simple yet nutritious meals. Allow me to share my recipe for fried tofu with mung bean sprouts, an Asian-inspired dish that you can easily make at home.

    How to Make Fried Tofu With Mung Bean Sprouts

    How to Make Fried Tofu With Mung Bean Sprouts

    by Dred Cuan8

  • Recipe for nazook (nazouk/nazuk), an Armenian pastry that's traditionally served around Easter. Step-by-step instructions, and an instructional video of my Aunt Aida, master nazook baker, showing you how it's done!

    Nazook Recipe: Step-by-Step Instructions and Video

    Nazook Recipe: Step-by-Step Instructions and Video

    by Jason Menayan70

  • This protein-rich curry is colorful, healthy, and boasts a rich cashew-nut flavor. Serve this curry with pancakes or fried rice.

    Soya Vegetable Curry Side Dish

    Soya Vegetable Curry Side Dish

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Cheese mung bean toast is a high-fiber, delicious snack you can serve for breakfast. This toast is protein-rich, filling, and palatable. It makes an apt in-between meal, too.

    How to Make Cheese Mung Bean Toast

    How to Make Cheese Mung Bean Toast

    by ShailaSheshadri2

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  • I grew up eating these authentic and traditional Malaysian dishes. I am very happy to be able to share my perspective on this tasty cuisine with the world.

    All About Malaysian Cuisine

    All About Malaysian Cuisine

    by Liza6

  • Pastillas are a popular Filipino sweet treat. Nowadays, there are many different variations of pastillas; this particular version is flavored with Oreo cookies.

    How to Make Oreo Pastillas

    How to Make Oreo Pastillas

    by Dred Cuan2

  • Pierogi, piroshky—whatever you call them, these puffy pillows of peasant food are so beloved they have a National holiday and their own patron saint! Learn their heritage and enjoy some fun recipes.

    Exploring Pierogi: The Polish Dumplings

    Exploring Pierogi: The Polish Dumplings

    by Linda Lum27

  • 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

  • Hawaii is one of those special places that should be experienced. Not only is the weather great, but the food is wonderful, too. Different cultures have blended together on the Hawaiian islands to create a distinctive cuisine that features some heavenly snacks and desserts.

    Twelve Heavenly Snacks and Desserts of Hawaii

    Twelve Heavenly Snacks and Desserts of Hawaii

    by Ronald Piper2

  • Adobo is a popular dish from the Philippines. This recipe with chicken gizzards may be different from the more famous version with pork, but it's one of my favorite ways to prepare adobo.

    Chicken Gizzard Adobo: A Filipino-Inspired Recipe

    Chicken Gizzard Adobo: A Filipino-Inspired Recipe

    by Dred Cuan4

  • Preserved Tientsin cabbage is a pantry staple in the Chinese home kitchen. It is sold packed in distinctive dark brown earthernware jars. This vegetable preserve of salted dried Chinese "celery" cabbage (also called Napa or Nappa cabbage) can be made with or without garlic.

    How to Make and Use Dongcai (Preserved Tientsin Cabbage)

    How to Make and Use Dongcai (Preserved Tientsin Cabbage)

    by Foodstuff0

  • The Lakota believe that food is sacred. Without food, there is no life, so the Lakota treat their food with the highest respect.

    Traditional Lakota Foods

    Traditional Lakota Foods

    by Yawapi LM33

  • Comfort food in the Jamaican-American household means curry chicken. This quick stew has the ingredients and spices that satisfy your hunger, as it is a hearty, authentic, and easy Caribbean meal.

    Easy Jamaican-Style Curry Chicken Stew

    Easy Jamaican-Style Curry Chicken Stew

    by Janis Leslie Evans37

  • Beetroot kurma is a spicy curry that goes well with flat breads, roti, or plain rice. It is a nutrient-rich and mouthwatering side dish. Make this colorful curry on a leisure day, and enjoy the meal!

    Beetroot Kurma (A Spicy Beetroot Curry)

    Beetroot Kurma (A Spicy Beetroot Curry)

    by ShailaSheshadri0

  • Paan is an Indian digestive aid and mouth freshener prepared with betel leaf, areca nut, and a few other ingredients. Learn how to make this flavorful and refreshing paan ice cream.

    Paan (Betel Leaf Chew) Ice Cream Recipe

    Paan (Betel Leaf Chew) Ice Cream Recipe

    by Rajan Singh Jolly12

  • Weird food? In some cultures, chicken feet are a regular source of protein. Learn how to make the traditional Jamaican dish known as "chicken foot soup" from someone born and raised there!

    Jamaican Chicken Foot Soup

    Jamaican Chicken Foot Soup

    by Carolee Samuda24

  • If you have a lot of vegetables, especially potatoes and greens, here is an easy way to use them up. Bubble and squeak is a traditional British dish that is quick to make and requires absolutely no culinary talent. You just mash and fry.

    How to Make Bubble and Squeak Using Leftover Vegetables

    How to Make Bubble and Squeak Using Leftover Vegetables

    by Diana Grant8

  • Look no further for a quick and easy green veggie side dish. This spinach curry takes me no more than 20 minutes to make, and it's delicious, too!

    Simple Spinach (Palak) Curry Recipe

    Simple Spinach (Palak) Curry Recipe

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Oxtail stew is a rich tradition of Jamaican culture. When prepared the authentic way, you will get all of the flavor and consistency that give oxtail stew that unmistakable taste of the Caribbean.

    How to Make a Jamaican-Style Oxtail Stew

    How to Make a Jamaican-Style Oxtail Stew

    by Janis Leslie Evans30

  • One of the easiest desserts you can make is brigadeiros. A favourite here in Brazil, it has just three ingredients. It's so easy, the kids can help, as well. Try making this easy dessert and wow your friends and family!

    How to Make Brigadeiro, Brazil's Favorite Dessert

    How to Make Brigadeiro, Brazil's Favorite Dessert

    by Mary Wickison49

  • Upma is a popular Indian breakfast dish. Instant upma mix is a pre-made mix that allows you to make this meal instantly, simply by adding boiling water. You can also add boiled vegetables to make the meal more nutritious.

    How to Make Instant (Ready-to-Cook) Upma Mix at Home

    How to Make Instant (Ready-to-Cook) Upma Mix at Home

    by ShailaSheshadri2

  • Malaysians love their food. The choices for breakfast can range from simple bread to the more spicy nasi lemak with lots of other interesting choices in between.

    Top Ten Malaysian Breakfasts

    Top Ten Malaysian Breakfasts

    by Sue Mah0

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