This All-American style baked Omelet Casserole is perfect for “special occasions” and for treating guests or relatives who have spent the night in your house. They will feel like they are being treated as Royalty, trust me. If you or your family or guests do not like hot and spicy dishes, simply leave out the hot sauce(s) recommended – or cut down on the amount. Me? I like this omelet with the full gusto!
Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice is a fast food classic, immensely popular not only in this small country, but the world over. It is a twist on the noodle dish that goes by almost the same name. It is often featured in Britain, on Chinese restaurant takeout menus.
This dish is spicy, robust, and very filling. A meal in itself, Singaporean Spicy Fried Rice will satisfy you, your family and friends, trust me!
Spicy Singaporean Fried Rice Recipe-
Tamales Guatemalan Style is really a very broad category. There are believed to be literally hundreds of types of tamales made in that country. A national favorite meal, for sure. This particular recipe is one of my favorite versions of Tamales Guatemalan Style.
Tamales Guatemalan Style Recipe-
Bahamian Johnycakes are as staple to Bahamian cuisine as bread is to America and tortillas to Mexico. Sometimes called Johny Bread, Bahamian Johnycakes are easy to prepare. They make a great accompaniment to any Caribbean stew or curry meal. Not only are they delicious, they are super easy and inexpensive to make. Eat them while nice and warm with some butter spread on – yummy!
Bahamian Johnycakes Recipe-
This marvelous Costa Rican Orange Pudding recipe is just a small taste of many more recipes from our Central American Cuisine pages. If you enjoy this delightful dessert, and want more of this ethnic cuisine, come back soon and often. We are always adding more and more great recipes!
Served on special occasions, or if you just want to treat yourself, family and friends, this Costa Rican Orange Pudding recipe is sure to delight!
Costa Rican Orange Pudding Recipe-
Indian Lamb Rogan Josh is one of my all time favorite dishes. The marvelous flavors are of course one reason, but also the history of this recipe is intriguing. “Josh” is Indian for heat and passion, and “Rogan” references red in Hindi, and oil in Persian. Hence, this Indian Lamb Rogan Josh is a method of cooking lamb in a red, oil-based sauce over very high, passionate flames.
Kashmiri chilli powder provides the redness to the sauce. The creamy Greek yogurt and aniseed undertones meld together, creating a soothing, yet very powerful sauce. Lamb Rogan Josh has evolved over centuries; there are recipes now that call for various vegetables added in. But this is the age-old, traditional and simple, yet perfectly elegant version, in true authentic Kashmiri fashion.
Indian Lamb Rogan Josh Recipe-
For many people in the West, particularly America, the dandelion is just an undesirable weed. But Ghanaian Dandelion Salad, once tried, will have anyone who spends money trying to eradicate them from the lawn appreciating the plants. Dandelions are not only tasty, they are nutritious, good food for you. And this Ghanaian Dandelion Salad will prove it to you, believe me.
Note: This recipe is taken from our Ghanaian Cuisine page. For more delicious dishes from this country, go there, where there are lots to choose from.
Ghanaian Dandelion Salad Recipe-
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.
Jamaican Jerk Pork Loin Recipe-
Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops is one of my all-time favorite All-American classic entrees. Not all Americans like their food spicy hot, it is more popular in the South, generally. However, there are plenty of Americans who, like me, will consider this smothered spicy tomato sauce pork chops meal among their favorite dishes.
Smothered Spicy Tomato Sauce Pork Chops Recipe-
One of my favorite ingredients in ethnic food recipes is mushrooms, hence today’s 6 Weird Edible Mushrooms post.
I love mushrooms. Morels, Shitakes, White Buttons, and lots more. Especially prevalent in Asian cooking, edible fungi is to me a kind of weird yet delightful food. So I decided to do some research and see what else is out there in the world of mushrooms that I haven’t yet tried. This led me to today’s post on:
6 Weird Edible Mushrooms
Italians are world famous for their pasta dishes. And this Italian Ricotta and Meat Cannelloni recipe is an example of classic pasta at its finest!
Italian Ricotta and Meat Cannelloni Recipe-
Maltese Wine Roasted Rabbit with red wine, potatoes, onions, and bread. A classic and elegant entree of Maltese cuisine.
Maltese Wine Roasted Rabbit Recipe-
Immensely popular in Belize is this Curried Coconut Chicken dish. It can be served by itself as a mid-day lunch meal, or as one of the entrees in a larger, supper repast. The subtle blending of curry, spices, and coconut milk is absolutely marvelous. Also, the dash of hot chili pepper sauce adds just the right “kick” to this delightful dish.
Curried Coconut Chicken, Belizean Style, Recipe-
Fried Chicken traditional Bajan Style is beloved by the natives of Barbados. “Bajans” (which they call themselves) favor this kind of super spicy hot way of preparing fried chicken. Bajans refer to this kind of preparation as “seasoning up” a dish. For the best results, after seasoning the chicken, refrigerate it for a couple hours before the deep frying. This will allow the flavors to meld and blend deeply into the meat.