Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi

Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi

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Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi is a classic Caribbean dish featuring lamb meat, and it is a national favorite. You can fricassee poultry, pork, seafood, and other red meats also. But my favorite is this particular recipe for truly traditional and authentic Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi.

Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi

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(Note: this recipe is just one of many, taken from our Caribbean Islands Cuisine pages!)

Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi Recipe-

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Chicken Casserole Moroccan Style

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This Chicken Casserole Moroccan Style is one of the more unusual and yet remarkably tasty chicken casseroles I’ve experienced. The use of lemons as well as the bed of “cauliflower rice” really makes it a memorable dish. Very tasty, unique texture, and super healthy for you too!

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Chicken Casserole Moroccan Style Recipe-

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Paprika Spicy Rabbit

Paprika Spicy Rabbit

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This Paprika Spicy Rabbit recipe is taken from our All-American Wild Game Cuisine page. For lots more great wild game dishes, click here.


Lots of Americans, including me, love rabbit. It’s low in fat, nutritious, tasty, and is a great meat ingredient in many recipes. You can often substitute chicken for the meat in recipes that call for rabbit. But if you are a wild game meat lover, you will enjoy the taste of real rabbit. This Paprika Spicy Rabbit recipe is especially flavorful. If you live in northern regions, where winters are cold, try having some in front of the fireplace. Such comfort food, as if sent from heaven!

Paprika Spicy Rabbit

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Paprika Spicy Rabbit Recipe-

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Plantains Edible and Incredible

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Most people (in North America, where I live, anyway) think of the plantains as a kind of banana, only bigger and not as tasty of a fruit. However, while plantains are a relative of the banana, they are, in fact, not a fruit at all. These incredible edible Plantains are actually herbs … and therefore definitely not bananas.

What? You say? These giant “trees” (they grow to heights of over 30 feet) are really overgrown herb plants?
Plantain Tree

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Yep.

In doing my study for this article, I came across quite a number of little-known and interesting facts about plantains, a member of the Plantaginaceae family. Allow me list some things you may not know about:

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Those Incredible Edible Plantains!

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