Vietnamese Pho is a complex noodle soup, and yet fairly easy to make. It is a remarkably rich, filling and satisfying dish. Asian countries are famous for their noodle soups, of course, and this spicy delight is yet another example of why.
Singaporean Hokkien Mee is a mixture of thick rice vermicelli and yellow noodles, fried first with eggs until fragrant. It is then braised in rich, flavorful shrimp broth. Hokkien Mee is served with squid, sliced pork belly, shrimp and chives, garnished with Sambal chili paste, and topped off with a squirt of fresh lime juice.
Singaporean Hokkien Mee is a national favorite dish in this tiny little country, and has become an international favorite, as well. Try some – you will soon see why!
Singaporean Hokkien Mee Recipe-
Stewed Creole Fish can be found throughout the Caribbean Islands in a number of variations. This Saint Lucian Stewed Creole Fish is, however, unique to the little country, with big, robust, spicy flavor.
Stewed Creole Fish Saint Lucian Style Recipe-
Breadfruit is especially popular on Saint Lucia. This recipe, Baked Saint Lucian Breadfruit Balls, is among the favorite ways it is prepared. Saint Lucia is one of the smallest countries in the world, but it produces eats with big flavor!