Dulse Seaweed Tastes Just Like Bacon?

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Dulse Seaweed tastes just like bacon?

Interesting. I wasn’t sold on the idea, but hearing the recent buzz about this new “superfood”, my curiosity was piqued enough to give it a try.

I did some digging around on Google, read some blogs and other articles, and discovered quite a lot about this dulse seaweed, which I will share with you all in the following article.

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Avocado Salad Ghanaian Style

Avocado Salad Ghanaian Style

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There are many avocado salads, but this avocado salad Ghanaian style, a special dish my Ghanaian wife makes for me, is elegant and superb. The spicy groundnut dressing really sets it apart from the competition.

Avocado Salad Ghanaian Style

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Avocado Salad Ghanaian Style with Spicy Groundnut Dressing Recipe-

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Homemade Ghanaian Traditional Staples

Homemade Ghanaian Traditional Staples

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Three Homemade Ghanaian Traditional Staples Recipes

Homemade Ghanaian traditional staples recipes may sound odd to people who are not from the African continent. However, perhaps the most unusual ethnic foods of Western Africa are the malleable “breads” that are served with almost every meal. Most common in Western African countries, meals prepared from these cuisines are not complete without some banku, fufu, ugali, ablo, kenkey (to mention some of the most popular) served with them.

The following homemade Ghanaian traditional staples recipes are the mealtime favorite “breads” in Ghana.

How to Make Banku

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce is a national favorite dish in that country. It is also one of the more popular dishes among tourists who visit the country. Pepitos translates in English to “pumpkin seeds” – and it is the pumpkin seed sauce flavor that really distinguishes Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce as a remarkably tasty and unique culinary experience.

Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce Recipe-

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Special and Beautiful Red Velvet Cheesecake

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This beautiful red velvet cheesecake should definitely be on your special occasion dessert list!

A very longtime, original North American favorite dessert has been red velvet cake. Another traditional American favorite dessert is cheesecake. So, combining the two, making a Red Velvet Cheesecake, is just the kind of thing we like to do. I’m betting if you try this recipe, you’ll be glad we did … it is not only “special”, this cheesy cake is downright beautiful!

Beautiful Red Velvet Cheesecake

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Beautiful Red Velvet Cheesecake Recipe-

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Using Samurai Kitchen Swords

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Worldwide, especially in developed countries, there is a growing interest in using Samurai kitchen swords.

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And with good reason. These knives are made in the same, millennia old traditional fashion as the world’s finest swords ever known to man: the swords used in combat by the fierce and incomparable Japanese warriors known as the Samurai.

It is a small wonder, then, that chefs and home-cooking enthusiasts are discovering the satisfaction of using Samurai kitchen swords in their kitchens. They simply cannot be beat. The sharpness of the edge they can be honed to, the length of time and use they hold that razor sharpness, and the ease with which they can be resharpened make them superior cutlery against all others.

For anyone unfamiliar with this high grade of cutlery, there are certain precautions to be aware of, and some usage and maintenance skills that are needed to be aware of and learned. This post is to provide that, as well as more, information about using Samurai kitchen swords.

Let’s get right into it, okay?

A Primer on Using Samurai Kitchen Swords

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Belizean Fish Panades

Belizean Fish Panadas

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Belizean Fish Panadas are traditionally served on holy days, but in modern times they are served just about any day of the week. They can be made with almost any type of firm fleshed fish filling, or a spicy rice and beans mixture. Their version of the fried “meat pie”, these Belizean Fish Panadas are a special treat for any occasion.

Belizean Fish Panades

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Belizean Fish Panadas Recipe-

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Japanese Kitchen Knives

Japanese Kitchen Knives

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Japanese Kitchen Knives is, I feel a worthy and relevant subject to include as a post here at Ethnic Foods R Us. Obviously, our main focus is on ethnic foods worldwide, and their preparation methods and instructions. Whatever ethnic foods you are going to prepare, however, you will do best with the use of fine cookware and fine cutlery. Japanese kitchen knives, as well as the Japanese Samurai Kitchen Swords are, without a doubt, the best of the best when it comes to fine cutlery.

Japanese Kitchen Knives

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Japanese Kitchen Knives are made with three different cutting edge profiles.

As you can see in the graphic image below …

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West African Peanut Soup

West African Peanut Soup

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This West African Peanut Soup recipe is taken from our African Cuisine/Ghanaian Cuisine page. West African Peanut Soup (more often called “Groundnut Soup” by native Africans) can be made with almost any kind of meat, or seafood. This recipe calls for salmon, which is a popular choice in Ghana. Ghanaians also will use goat, lamb, and chicken, and sometimes will combine meat with seafood, most often tilapia, salmon or red fish.

West African Peanut Soup

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West African Peanut Soup Recipe-

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Authentic Homemade Mexican Tamales Public Domain

Authentic Homemade Mexican Tamales

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This Authentic Homemade Mexican Tamales recipe is taken from our Mexican Cuisine page. If you enjoy the delicious traditional foods of Mexico, for more recipes you can find many more of them if you click here.

Making Authentic Homemade Mexican Tamales involves a fair amount of work. However, if you are a lover of the real thing – traditional, authentic Mexican cuisine, the labor you put into preparing them will be well worth it. This authentic homemade Mexican tamales recipe will produce tamales that can only be equaled by tamales bought in Mexico or in the very best, authentic Mexican restaurants outside of the country.

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Authentic Homemade Mexican Tamales Recipe-

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