Malaysian Penang Hokkien Mee is a very popular seafood noodles dish in that country. Prawns and pork, with a special hot and spicy chili paste, is what makes Malaysian Penang Hokkien Mee a very memorable meal indeed.
I am in a never ending search for unique, exotic, and little known foods from ethnic cultures around the world. This search includes finding the best ever superfruit. In doing so, I stumbled onto this amazing fruit that grows on the majestic, indigenous to North Africa, Baobab Tree.
The Baobab tree (common name for the 9 species of trees in the genus Adansonia) looks like a giant, standing alone, high above the shrubbery in vast plains. And they are, indeed, very large trees. Adansonias often attain heights of nearly 100 feet and the diameters of their monolithic trunks will grow as large as 36 feet.
Immensely popular in Africa, particularly in the northern regions, Baobab fruit has been the planet’s “best kept secret”, when it comes to healthy foods, for centuries. I did some Google searches for keywords such as:
Sammarinese Herbed Apple Meatballs are marvelous. And they are further evidence of the strong influence that Italian cuisine has had on Sammarinese cuisine. Even so, this Apple and Herbs Meatballs dish is still distinctively Sammarinese.