Indian Bhuna Gosht

Indian Bhuna Gosht

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Indian Bhuna Gosht is an exceptional curried lamb main course. It is the “Bhuna” that makes it so special. Bhuna consists of pan-frying the lamb along with certain spices. Because the meat is cooked in its own juices, Indian Bhuna Gosht is a deep, richly flavored dish. It will take you a while to prepare, but believe me, the sitting down to eat part at the end of your labor is well worth it.

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Korean Kimchi Jjigae

Korean Kimchi Jjigae Recipe

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This Korean Kimchi Jjigae recipe is guaranteed authentic. If you love Korean cuisine, and your mouth salivates when entering a fine restaurant that serves this aromatic soup, you will love having this Korean Kimchi Jjigae recipe in your repertoire!

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Best Prime Rib Recipe

Best Prime Rib Recipe Supreme!

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The majority of Americans love beef, and preparing this, the absolute best prime rib recipe, is nothing short of a culinary art form. Any chef who can make a prime rib that is considered among the very best, will find gainful employment at any number of fine restaurants. Savory, juicy, melt-in-your mouth texture, and an aroma that titillates the senses, prime rib, when prepared right, is an American treasured main course. If you follow this recipe to the letter, and use only the finest, grain or grass-fed cut of beef, you can easily undertake this, the best prime rib recipe, in your very own home kitchen.

Best Prime Rib Recipe

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(Note: this recipe is just one of many, taken from our Classic American Main Entrees page!)

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Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables

Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables

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This recipe, Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables, is taken from our Australian and Aboriginal Cuisine page. Featuring meat from the indigenous-to-Australia kangaroo, this wild game meal is a feast. Grilled Kangaroo and Vegetables is considered part of the “Bush Tucker” segment of Australian cuisine. Have fun sampling some of the great eats from “Down Under”.

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How to Cook with Moroccan Tagines

How to Cook with Moroccan Tagines

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The tall, attractive, conical cookware common to Moroccan (and other North African cultures) known as the “tagine” is similar in function to the western world’s Dutch Oven.

How to Cook with Moroccan Tagines

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However, knowing how to cook with Moroccan tagines is a different skill set in some ways. This article is intended to help those who would like to begin using the tagine effectively in their kitchens.

First, let’s get into exactly what the tagine is, how it is made, and how it cooks food. Then we will delve into how to cook with Moroccan tagines.

The tagine itself is named after a style of North African dishes by the same name. Tagines, the dishes or meals prepared in the tagine, can be stews (by far the most often prepared in them), meats, vegetables, rice, couscous, just about anything, really. For a great lamb tagine recipe, click here.

Traditionally, for centuries, tagines have been made of clay, baked into an extremely hard and durable type of porcelain. You can still get the traditional, clay-based tagines today, and they are still commonly used in North Africa. In modern times, however, some manufactures have been producing tagines with equally effective cooking capabilities made of other materials, such as enameled cast-iron.

The unique conical shape of the tagine provides a moist, hot cooking enclosure for the foods being prepared. Moroccan tagines have a shallow, wide base. The cone-shaped lid fits snug and tight inside the base. During the cooking process, steam rises up from the base into the cone. In the cone, the steam condenses, forms beads of moisture, and trickles down the sides back into foods cooking in the base.

If you are familiar with the Dutch Oven, you will recognize some similarity here. The difference is that the tagine is even more efficient with respect to how much liquid is needed overall. The design and method of cooking the tagine possesses is such that it requires far less liquid than the Dutch Oven in order to cook foods very slowly until completely tender.

Okay. With this information in mind, now here is …

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Indonesian Lamb Rendang

Indonesian Lamb Rendang

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Indonesian Lamb Rendang is a spicy meat curry dish, and a classic example of authentic and traditional Indonesian cuisine. A national favorite dish, Lamb Rendang is immensely popular all around the world. Try some, you will see why!

Indonesian Lamb Rendang

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A rendang can be made with other meats, goat, beef, or chicken will work fine with this recipe. But this particular Indonesian lamb rendang is my personal favorite, and lamb is the most popular meat of choice in Indonesian cuisine, too.

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Jack Daniels Steak and Shrimp

Jack Daniels Grilled Steak and Prawns

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Jack Daniels Grilled Steak and Prawns is a meal that is not only very American – it is hearty and memorable. The ingredients are few and simple. However, the method of preparing this elegantly simple meal is what makes this Jack Daniels Grilled Steak and Prawns a feast you will want to share and show off with your best friends.

Note: this recipe is taken from our Classic American Main Entrees page. For more great All American main meals like this one, click here.

 

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Authentic Homemade Mexican Tamales

Authentic Homemade Mexican Tamales

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Preparing 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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You will want a good, large steamer to cook them. Authentic Mexican tamales are steamed – period.

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9 Super Healthy Spices

9 Super Healthy Spices

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9 Super Healthy Spices

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The health benefits of spices and herbs have long been known to many cultures worldwide. And these 9 super healthy spices being presented here on this post are by no means all of them. There are an abundance of spices on our planet that are good for you. But these nine are among the very best, for reasons to follow.

According to studies carried out by McCormick Science Institute, an independent research organization, there are many health-promoting advantages realized in the body by consuming more herbs and spices.

The following list is indicative of the benefits of (not just, but especially) the:

9 Super Healthy Spices for your body.

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Authentic German Goulash

Traditional Authentic German Style Goulash

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German Style Goulash is a beloved comfort food throughout Europe and the Americas. It was first created in Germany, of course, and spread all over the Western Hemisphere from there. There are many variations on the dish, some of them so far from the original German style goulash that they barely compare. However, this one is truly the authentic, traditional, German style goulash.

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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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Wild Snap Turtle Soup Recipe-

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Jamaican Jerk Pork Recipe

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Jamaicans will “jerk” just about any kind of meat, and this Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin is an outstanding taste treat. The taste treat you will receive is far more pleasurable than the small amount of work it takes. Making a juicy, spicy slab of Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin is very easy.

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