Costa Rican Ceviche

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This superb Costa Rican Ceviche recipe is just a small taste of many more recipes you can find on our Central American Cuisine page.

Costa Rican Ceviche

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A seafood staple in the country, Costa Rican ceviche is made with citrus juice-marinated chunks of raw fish or other seafoods. Snapper, sea bass, and other firm white fleshed fish are popular, as well as shrimp, abalone, octopus, abalone, or even sometimes clams and/or squid. Ceviche is available at street vendors and pubs everywhere in Costa Rica, and is shared at family dinners, special occasions and festivals.

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How to Make Indonesian Perkedels

How to Make Indonesian Perkedels

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This post, on How to Make Indonesian Perkedels, is taken from our recently expanded Indonesian Cuisine page. For more great recipes from Indonesia, click here.

How to Make Indonesian Perkedels

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Indonesian Perkedel was derived from the Dutch dish, Frikadel. Frikadel, however, is more of a spiced and seasoned

Nasi Tumpeng (Photo Attributed to Author: brother-harahap)

Nasi Tumpeng (Photo Attributed to Author: brother-harahap)

meat dumpling, while Indonesian Perkedel uses potatoes rather than meat. Perkedel goes great as a side dish with any Indonesian meal. The national dish (a whole meal and a feast, prepared on special occasions) is Nasi Tumpeng. If you would like to prepare that festive meal, you definitely want to know how to make Indonesian Perkedels, as it is traditionally one of the dishes served during the meal.

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Wild Snap Turtle Soup

Wild Snap Turtle Soup Recipe

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Wild Snap Turtle Soup is Southern Soul Food all the way down to its roots. Back in the days of slavery and indentured servitude, disadvantaged Americans had to find food for sustenance any way they could. Snap turtles are abundant in the south, and those people discovered they are mighty tasty to eat.

If you are squeamish about eating turtle, you could substitute chicken for this recipe. However, I encourage you to go for the real gusto – give wild snap turtle soup a try. My bet is you will go back for seconds!

Wild Snap Turtle Soup

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