Kenyan Sukuma Wiki

Kenyan Sukuma Wiki

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Kenyan Sukuma Wiki is a superb Kenyan cuisine way of cooking greens. It can be made with or without meat. Either way, the special African seasonings and manner in which it is prepared is super tasty. Goes great with any Kenyan Nyama Choma (spicy roasted meat) main entree, and any leftover Nyama Choma is excellent to include in your Sukuma Wiki in another meal later, too.

Kenyan Sukuma Wiki

(Photo Attributed to Author: Paresh Jai from Nairobi, Kenya)

Kenyan Sukuma Wiki is traditionally served with chapatis, or, as in the depiction above, a mound of ugali.

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Tamales Guatemalan Style

Tamales Guatemalan Style

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Tamales Guatemalan Style is really a very broad category. There are believed to be literally hundreds of types of tamales made in that country. A national favorite meal, for sure. This particular recipe is one of my favorite versions of Tamales Guatemalan Style.

Tamales Guatemalan Style

Black and Red Tamales (Photo Attributed to Author: Luisfi)

Tamales Guatemalan Style Recipe-

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Nacatamales Nicaraguenses

Nacatamales Nicaraguenses

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Nacatamales Nicaraguenses (Spanish for Nicaraguan Nacatamales), are a national favorite dish in Nicaragua, and also popular in Honduras. They are steamed maize-cakes. They are a lot like Mexican tamales, but Nacatamales Nicaraguenses are stuffed with veggies and meat, and they are bigger. Steamed in banana leaves. Nicaraguan Nacatamales are traditionally served on holidays and special occasions. They are relished at weddings, Sunday mornings, Christmas and Easter, and most other important celebrations.

Nacatamales Nicaraguenses

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Senegalese Poulet Yassa

Senegalese Poulet Yassa

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Senegalese Poulet Yassa is a spicy, lemony chicken dish with caramelized onions. It is often considered Senegal’s most famous dish. Originating in Kenya, Poulet Yassa has become a popular dish throughout West Africa. The secret to making perfect Senegalese Poulet Yassa is in the extremely slow cooking and caramelizing the onions in just the right way. Do that right? You will have an ethnic food treat that you will long remember and want to revisit often. Try this recipe out – you will see why!

Senegalese Poulet Yassa

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Carne Asada Honduran Style

Carne Asada Honduran Style

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Carne asada Honduran style is the oh-so-tasty, thinly sliced, grilled beef served so often in tacos and burritos. It originated in Latin America, in various forms. This version, carne asada Honduran style, is my favorite. It is also very often eaten by itself, with side dishes of rice and beans, and perhaps a salad.

Carne asada Honduran style can be made with almost any tender cut of beef, but most often (for best results) you want to make it with either skirt or flank steak.

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Carne Asada Honduran Style Recipe-

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Honduran Seafood Soup

Honduran Seafood Soup

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Honduran Seafood Soup (Sopa Catratcha De Mariscos Con Un) is a national favorite dish in Honduras. Seafood is cooked in coconut milk with subtle seasonings and cobs of maize (corn). You can use any kinds of seafood, but this recipe calls for shrimp, fish fillet, and conch meat.

Honduran Seafood Soup

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