British Kedgeree

British Kedgeree

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This British Kedgeree recipe comes from our British Cuisine page, where you can find lots more authentic and delicious meals served in Jolly Old England.

Kedgeree (meaning “kitchen”, and sometimes called kitcherie, kitchari, or khichuri) is a dish showing the influence of Indian cuisine on the cuisine of Great Britain. Although originally Indian, the English people took to this meal, adopted and adapted it, making this British Kedgeree distinctively Brit.

British Kedgeree

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Basmati rice, with flaky smoked fish, parsley, eggs, curry, and cream come together in fabulous fashion. Try this classic British dish, kedgeree is a one-of-a-kind special treat.

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Irish Shepherds Pie

Irish Cottage Pie

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This Irish Cottage Pie recipe is taken from our Irish Cuisine page.

Irish Cottage Pie (sometimes called “Shepherd’s Pie”) is one of the most beloved and traditional meals in the country. There are meat pies, and there are meat pies, but the real, traditional Irish Cottage Pie is definitely outstanding!

Irish Cottage Pie

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Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables

Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables

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This recipe, Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables, is taken from our Australian and Aboriginal Cuisine page. Featuring meat from the indigenous-to-Australia kangaroo, this wild game meal is a feast. Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables is considered part of the “Bush Tucker” segment of Australian cuisine. Have fun sampling some of the great eats from “Down Under”.

Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables

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Bush Tucker Char Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables Recipe-

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Authentic Traditional Ethnic Foods

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Did you know that if you do a Google search for “Authentic Traditional Ethnic Foods”, you will, less than a second, get about 2,000,000 results?

Yep. Two million results, in less than one second!
Authentic Traditional Ethnic Foods

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Clearly there is a very large number of people, from all over the world, who are interested in, and searching for, authentic traditional ethnic foods. And that is why this site was started, exactly one year ago.


You will also note, if you click on the link to the above Google search, that you will find this site, Ethnic Foods R Us, listed on Page 1.

We are very pleased and proud to be, in just one short year of service to readers worldwide, ranked among the very best at providing what we do to those who are looking for it.

And … this post just happens to be … (drum roll, please ….)

Authentic Traditional Ethnic Foods

Our 100th post, here on Ethnic Foods R Us!

Woot-Woot!

So I thought it befitting to celebrate the first anniversary and 100th post with an article titled by none other than what this site was created for, in answer to what millions and millions of people are searching for year round, 24/7. And that is:

Authentic Traditional Ethnic Foods!

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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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Making Homemade Soy Sauce

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Making Homemade Soy Sauce

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Most of the Asian ethnic cuisines have soy sauce as a major seasoning ingredient in them. And while you can buy, in almost any cosmopolitan city, excellent soy sauces, making homemade soy sauce is fun and rewarding.

You can not only achieve bragging rights to your other cooking enthusiast friends, you can customize the soy sauce to your particular tastes and culinary preferences.

So I thought doing an article on making homemade soy sauce would be of benefit for our readers. After all, we are people who enjoy taking new trips, finding, cooking, and tasting foods from ethnic cultures the world over. And we also enjoy making our own sauces, and learning how to reproduce favorite condiments, spices, sauces, etc., from cultures all around the planet. So, with that being said and out of the way, let’s now get into what is involved in:

Making Homemade Soy Sauce

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Māori Boil Up Recipe

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This New Zealand Māori Boil Up recipe is taken from our New Zealand Cuisine page. A truly classic and authentic example of the original food created by the Māori people, descendants of the Polynesians who first migrated to this majestic island. New Zealand Māori Boil Up is a festive meal. Invite lots of friends and family over for dinner!

New Zealand Māori Boil Up

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You can use almost any kind of meat you like. Traditionally the most common vegetables are kumara (sweet potato), watercress, potatoes, carrots, and cabbage. But again, you can vary the ingredients as much as you like and still produce an authentic and super delicious New Zealand Māori Boil Up.

Traditionally Māori Boil Up is cooked in the hāngi. The hāngi is a kind of earth-oven, with heated rocks in a pit cooking the foods, wrapped in leaves and covered with soil. However, this New Zealand Māori Boil Up recipe can also be made in a regular modern kitchen, using modern cookware. For a post on how to build and cook with a traditional hāngi, click here.

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