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Welcome To A World of International Food Recipes

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If you are a fan of ethnic food adventures, and international food recipes, you’ll be glad you found this site. Please navigate through the pages, you can find some awesome recipes, shop for hard to get ethnic spices and entree ingredients, as well as cookware and cutlery from around the world—including specialty cooking implements unique to certain cultures.

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Fish Stew

Fish Stew Authentic Liechtensteiner Style

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Liechtensteiner Fish Stew is sort of like the American seafood gumbo, but yet quite different. Yes, it features seafoods, and it is a stew, but … the spices and combinations of ingredients make an authentic Liechtensteiner Fish Stew a unique to its own ethnic culture dish. And trust me, it is wonderful!

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Coconut Chicken Curry

Coconut Chicken Curry Belizean Style

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Immensely popular in Belize is this Coconut Chicken Curry dish. It can be served by itself as a mid-day lunch meal, or as one of the entrees in a larger, supper repast. The subtle blending of curry, spices, coconut milk is absolutely marvelous. Also, the dash of hot chili pepper sauce adds just the right “kick” to this delightful dish.

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Dulse Seaweed Tastes Just Like Bacon?

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Dulse Seaweed tastes just like bacon?

Interesting. I wasn’t sold on the idea, but hearing the recent buzz about this new “superfood”, my curiosity was piqued enough to give it a try.

I did some digging around on Google, read some blogs and other articles, and discovered quite a lot about this dulse seaweed, which I will share with you all in the following article.

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Superb Smoked Rattlesnake Stew

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Superb Smoked Rattlesnake? Made into a stew … and a superb stew at that?

I know, I know, to the uninitiated, it sounds a bit far fetched. However, rattlesnake is good food, a very lean and healthy meat. However, unless you know how to prepare it, the meat can be rather tough, and might bring to mind a lithe, half-starved tilapia. This Smoked Rattlesnake Stew recipe is my favorite way to prepare rattlesnake. The meat will be tender and juicy.

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And because the recipe calls for already smoked, boned, and canned rattlesnake meat, it saves you the other major headache of preparing rattlesnake: getting the edible meat off of the bones. It is no easy task, trust one who has tried it!

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This Superb Smoked Rattlesnake Stew recipe will feed two very hungry people as a meal main entree. If it is being served as a side dish, you can divide it into 4 to 6 servings.

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Cheesy Eggplant Lasagna Recipe

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There are many versions of Cheesy Eggplant Lasagna, but the one we are offering here is, in The Old Silly’s humble but very experienced opinion, the absolute best vegetarian lasagna recipe ever. Prepare this dish, a cheesy eggplant lasagna that uses three premium, tasty cheeses. Then invite your meat-eating friends over for dinner. I guarantee they will feel completely satiated, as will you. And everyone will want the recipe, too.

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Trini Style Chana Masala Recipe

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Trini style Chana Masala is Trinidadian cuisine at its fines. Chana Masala is originally from South India, but the Trinidadians developed a love for the dish and made some ethnic adaptions of their own. The special blend of spices and herbs are what make Trini style Chana Masala so special.

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Spicy Tomato Sauce Smothered Pork Chops

Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops

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Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops is one of my all-time favorite All-American classic entrees. Not all Americans like their food spicy hot, it is more popular in the South, generally. However, there are plenty of Americans who, like me, will consider this smothered spicy tomato sauce pork chops meal among their favorite dishes.

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Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia

Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia Recipe

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Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia is as authentic an Egyptian recipe as you can find. It is traditionally served with plain white rice. Egyptian Molokhia is named after the primary vegetable ingredient of the same name. Molokhia is “Egyptian spinach” and it has a consistency that is a bit slimy, much like okra. The flavor of it varies greatly according to the method of cooking and the stock that used to prepare it. If you can’t find molokhia fresh where you live, don’t worry – the dish can be made just as effectively and as tasty using fresh, frozen, dried or preserved leaves. This recipe calls for rabbit meat – which traditionally was considered the privileged meat of the Pharaohs, and only the wealthy could afford it. You can also make wonderful Molokhia with beef, duck, or even chicken meat. However, if you want the true, traditional version, then go with this recipe for authentic Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia.

Egyptian Rabbit Molokhia

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Puerto Rican Habichuelas Rosadas

Puerto Rican Habichuelas Rosadas

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Puerto Rican Habichuelas Rosadas (Puerto Rican rice and beans) is the perfect compliment side dish to just about any Caribbean main entree. In fact, it is so tasty and filling, Puerto Rican Habichuelas Rosadas can be taken by itself as a full meal.

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