New Zealand Meatloaf

New Zealand Meatloaf Supreme

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New Zealand meatloaf, you say … what makes that so special, so “supreme”? Most countries and cultures have some versions of meatloaf. Many of them are mouthwatering wonderful, so delicious.

However, of all the kinds of meatloaf I have ever tried, this New Zealand meatloaf is special. It stands out as unique with its complexity of flavors and its texture on the palate. Definitely Supreme!

New Zealand Meatloaf

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Beef Rendang Singaporean Style

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Singaporean style Beef Rendang is a variation on a dry curry dish that originated among the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra. From there it spread throughout Indonesia, Malaysia, and into Singapore.

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Rich and intensely flavorful, this Singaporean beef rendang is popular all over Singapore. It is also a favorite dish on the menu for Muslims in the country, who traditionally eat it during “Eid al-Fitr“, when they break their annual thirty day Ramadan fast and celebrate with a feast.

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Singaporean Hokkien Mee

Singaporean Hokkien Mee Supreme

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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!

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Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice

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Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice is a fast food classic, immensely popular not only in this small country, but the world over. It is a twist on the noodle dish that goes by almost the same name. It is often featured in Britain, on Chinese restaurant takeout menus.

This dish is spicy, robust, and very filling. A meal in itself, Singaporean Spicy Fried Rice will satisfy you, your family and friends, trust me!

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Singaporean Fried Rice

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Callaloo Soup

Callaloo Soup Saint Lucian Style

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Callaloo soup is immensely popular in Saint Lucia, as well as many other Caribbean countries. A wonderfully tasty “comfort food”, you will find callaloo soup on the menu in many restaurants, as well as being served at home, prepared from scratch. There are two main ingredients. One is the Caribbean strain of greens that we in the West would call spinach – callaloo leaves. The other is okra – or “okro” as it is often called in the Caribbean.

Callaloo Soup

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Okro was introduced to Saint Lucia, as well as many other isles in the region, centuries ago by Africans, where it has been indigenous for millennia. Since Africans call the vegetable “okro”, that name has stuck with it where it wound up being transplanted.

There are many variations on this delightful soup, mostly having to do with what else goes into it. Always it is mainly callaloo and okro, but it can have either meat or seafood in it as well. Garnishes will differ, also. Some like avocado slices with it, some prefer to add various degrees of hot peppers. Some people put slices of uncooked tomatoes in each serving.

This recipe is a version traditional to Saint Lucia, with crab meat, corned beef, and hot peppers. The peppers are optional, if you don’t like hot, spicy foods.

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