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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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Senegalese Mafé

Senegalese Mafé

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Senegalese Mafé (Meat in Ground Peanuts Stew) is a national favorite dish in Senegal. May African countries make soups and stews using peanuts. They typically call them “ground nuts” because they are “nuts” that grow under ground. Mafé can be made with almost any meat: chicken, beef, lamb, goat, whatever. This Senegalese Mafé recipe calls for beef. It is a marvelous stew, very African, and very delicious!

Senegalese Mafé

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Senegalese Mafé Recipe-

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All American Style Breakfast

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All American Style Breakfast

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The All American Style Breakfast is served in more households and restaurants than any other type of breakfast in the United States of America.

Eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, Canadian bacon, hashed brown potatoes, toast and jam and/or pancakes and syrup, let me tell you – it is very satisfying!

Note: if you are going to serve pancakes, make them first, before preparing the rest of your All American Style Breakfast. Keep them warm in a tightly sealed deep bowl or in the oven while you prepare the rest of the meal. You will have enough irons in the fire that you won’t want to be also having to be worried about preparing perfect pancakes at the same time, trust me.

For a good recipe for easy to make, simple, but perfect and tasty homemade pancakes, click here. For a recipe for some kicked up, jazzier pancakes, try Pecan Oatmeal Pancakes or  Raspberry Sour Cream Pancakes.

All American Style Breakfast Recipe-

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Belizean Conch Fritters

Belizean Conch Fritters

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Belizean Conch Fritters are easier to make if you have a good quality blender or, better yet, a food processor  If you have either one of those, you can process the conch into a puree with ease. If not, you will need to chop and mince the meat and then pulverize it into a smooth pulp in a mortar and pestle.

Conch Fritters are a very popular dish in Belize, and once you’ve tried them, my bet is they will be on your list of favorites, too.

Belizean Conch Fritters

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Belizean Conch Fritters Recipe-

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Nigerian Suya Skewers

Nigerian Suya Skewers

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This Nigerian Suya Skewers recipe is taken from our African Cuisine/Nigerian Cuisine page. Nigerian Suya Skewers are as popular in Nigeria as the hot dog and hamburger are in the USA. Every culture has its favored “fast foods” and treats that can be bought in the marketplace, freshly prepared by street vendors. This spicy, barbecued beef treat can be found everywhere in every city, town and village in Nigeria. And you can prepare it at home with your charcoal or gas grill and achieve authentic results with the following recipe.

Nigerian Suya Skewers

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Nigerian Suya Skewers Recipe-

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Irish Dublin Coddle

Irish Dublin Coddle

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Irish Dublin Coddle got its name after the city of Dublin, the capital of Ireland, and also the manner in which it is prepared. It is a sort of “coddling” the ingredients into a tasty meal, done so in an oven with water that cooks the dish in mildly boiling water. Personally I think the name should also represent how this wonderful comfort food can coddle you and cajole you in to a great mood.

Irish Dublin Coddle

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Irish Dublin Coddle Recipe-

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British Sunday Roast Dinner

British Sunday Roast Dinner

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This traditional British Sunday Roast Dinner recipe is taken from our British Cuisine page. For many more delicious dishes from Great Britain like this one, you can find more there.

British Sunday Roast Dinner

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Normally served on special “big” family gathering days, like the Sunday main meal, British Sunday Roast Dinner is considered by many to be Great Britain’s most famous meal. Succulent roast sirloin beef, with Yorkshire pudding and roasted vegetables … folks, it just doesn’t get any better than this British Sunday Roast Dinner!

British Sunday Roast Dinner Recipe-

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Spicy Paprika Rabbit Supreme Recipe

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Lots of Americans, including me, love rabbit. It’s low in fat, nutritious, tasty, and is a great meat ingredient in many recipes. You can often substitute chicken for the meat in recipes that call for rabbit. But if you are a wild game meat lover, you will enjoy the taste of real rabbit. This Spicy Paprika Rabbit Supreme recipe is especially flavorful. If you live in northern regions, where winters are cold, try having some in front of the fireplace. Such comfort food, as if sent from heaven!

Spicy Paprika Rabbit

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Spicy Paprika Rabbit Supreme Recipe-

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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.

Coconut Chicken Curry

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Coconut Chicken Curry Recipe-

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Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Golden Couscous

Moroccan Lamb Kebabs

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Today’s post is a marvelous African (Moroccan) recipe – Moroccan Lamb Kebabs, served with golden couscous. You can find this and lots of other Moroccan dishes on our Moroccan Cuisine page.

Lamb Kebabs with Golden Couscous is a classic Moroccan dish, and a national favorite. The rich, tender, spicy flavorful lamb meat, with onions and apricots to compliment the meat is a remarkable and wonderful treat. Try grilling up some Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Golden Couscous for your next backyard cookout – you and your guests will love it!

Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Golden Couscous

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Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Golden Couscous Recipe-

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Jamaican Jerk Pork Recipe

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Jamaicans will “jerk” just about any kind of meat, and this Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin is an outstanding taste treat. The taste treat you will receive is far more pleasurable than the small amount of work it takes. Making a juicy, spicy slab of Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin is very easy.

Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin

Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin, shown in the middle of this Caribbean style full meal serving. (Photo Attributed to Author: Mulling it Over)

Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin Recipe-

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