Cuisines of the Middle East

Cuisines of the Middle East

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Just a short post today, to announce the launch of a new page (and multiple sub-pages) here on Ethnic Foods R Us – Cuisines of the Middle East.

Cuisines of the Middle East

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That’s right, if you are a fan of cuisines of the Middle East region, you will love this new addition to our many offerings. Here is a short excerpt from the new central hub page for this grouping of ethnic cuisines:

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Javanese Ayam Ungkep

Javanese Ayam Ungkep

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This Javanese Ayam Ungkep recipe is taken from our Javanese Cuisine page. For more delicious Javanese dishes, click here.

Javanese Ayam Ungkep is a specialty dish of spiced and deep fried chicken. The chicken pieces are pre-cooked in spices before being deep fried. The Javanese consider it as a great party dish. Try some. You will surely want to serve some Ayam Ungkep at your next party!

Javanese Ayam Ungkep

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Javanese Ayam Ungkep Recipe-

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Chelow Kabab

Iranian Chelow Kabab

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This Iranian Chelow Kabab recipe is taken from our new Middle Eastern page. For more delicious dishes from the Middle East like this one, click here.

Served on skewers over a bed of rice, Iranian Chelow Kabab is the country’s national dish.  There are almost as many variations on the Chelow Kabab as there are chefs, as the seasonings can vary. This is a more traditional, rather basic recipe, with just a few herbs for seasoning. But believe me, it is packed full of flavor.

Iranian Chelow Kabab is best prepared on a grille, if you want the traditional and authentic flavor. I prefer real hardwood lump charcoal, but you could also use a gas grille with some good quality wood chips. Just please do not use petrol-based charcoal briquettes – they are not only bad for your health, they will in no way produce Chelow Kabab that is true to real Iranian cuisine.

 

Iranian Chelow Kabab

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Iranian Chelow Kabab 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!

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Cuban Ropa Vieja

Cuban Ropa Vieja

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This Cuban Ropa Vieja recipe is taken from our Caribbean Islands Cuisine/Cuban Cuisine page. For more delicious dishes from the Caribbean Islands, please check those pages out. There are many offerings for you.

Cuban Ropa Vieja

Cuban Ropa Vieja (basically, seasoned, slow-cooked and shredded beef) is a classic Cuban dish, a national favorite. Similar to the pulled pork so popular in the Americas, but of course very uniquely Cuban in its spices and flavors.

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Ghanaian Dandelion Salad

Ghanaian Dandelion Salad

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For many people in the West, particularly America, the dandelion is just an undesirable weed. But Ghanaian Dandelion Salad, once tried, will have anyone who spends money trying to eradicate them from the lawn appreciating the plants. Dandelions are not only tasty, they are nutritious, good food for you. And this Ghanaian Dandelion Salad will prove it to you, believe me.

Ghanaian Dandelion Salad

Note: This recipe is taken from our Ghanaian Cuisine page. For more delicious dishes from this country, go there, where there are lots to choose from.

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Spanish Asparagus with Citrus Sauce

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This Spanish Asparagus with Citrus Sauce recipe is taken from our Spanish Cuisine page. If you like truly authentic and traditional Spanish dishes like this one, you will fine more on that page.

Spanish Asparagus with Citrus Sauce

Asparagus with Citrus Sauce is a splendid blend of sparkling and fruity citrus flavors with either white or green asparagus. It is truly one of the most savory, and best Spanish “tapas” recipes to be found and enjoyed. The Spanish full name is “Espárragos con Salsa de Naranja y Limón” (Asparagus with Orange and Lemon Sauce). Tapas are a favored style of eating, usually mid-day, in Spain. A wide selection of delightful, small servings of many different tastes and textures are served.

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