Maltese Wine Roasted Rabbit with red wine, potatoes, onions, and bread. A classic and elegant entree of Maltese cuisine.
Today we are featuring one of the many Soul Food dishes from the All-American/Southern Soul Food page here on Ethnic foods R Us. This super delicious Soul Food Fried Frog Legs recipe is a prime example of American Soul Food at its ethnic and cultural finest!
Southern Fried Frog Legs are as Deep South an American Soul Food dish as you can get. Please, if you prepare some, purchase farm-raised frog legs, as frogs are becoming an endangered species in the wild. And we need them to keep our precious natural environment in balance.
Soul Food Fried Frog Legs Recipe-
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Dutch Slavinken is an excellent comfort food, and very easy to make. Which is good for those of us who don’t live in that country. The Dutch love them, but rarely go to the trouble of preparing them at home, because they can buy them ready made at practically every butcher shop or grocery store.
This Dutch Slavinken recipe calls for frying them on the stovetop, but you can also barbecue them on your grille. They taste great with potato and vegetable side dishes. If you do grille them, try serving and eating them on hot dog buns with ketchup, mustard, and some chopped onions. Superb!
Dutch Slavinken Recipe-
For all of you Western Africa food lovers, this post is a heads-up, announcing a whole new page dedicated to Togolese Cuisine Recipes.
Here is just a bit of the content, on the background and development of one of the most unique West African foods groups:
Togolese cuisine recipes are characteristic of many other Western African cuisine, with the additional influences of German and French cuisines. This special and unique combination is what makes the foods in Togo among the very best ethnic foods of Africa.
For more background content, and a list of Togolese Cuisine Recipes, Click Here.
In my never-ending search for unique, often “odd” ethnic foods to share here, I came across the Geoduck Clam. The Geoduck Clam (means, literally, “gooey clam”) is a saltwater clam that thrives off the West Coast of America. For a clam, it is huge in size, with the “siphon” – the part that protrudes out of the shell – reaching lengths of up to 1 meter (3.3 feet) in length!
Everything I read about this edible seafood is that it is extremely tasty with a marvelous texture, so I ordered some. Make sure, if you decide to try it out as well, to get sushi grade Geoduck Clams.
I also checked out a few recipes, and came up with my own version of a “Japanese style” sautéed Geoduck Clams recipe, which I am posting on the West Coast North American Cuisine page on this site.
If you like sashimi, the siphon of a fresh Geoduck clam can simply be sliced and eaten raw. I tried it, and found it to have an exquisite, mild flavor, and a silky texture on the palate.
Geoduck Clams are also considered to be an aphrodisiac!
Well, clams in general have long held that reputation, but these particularly big clams are regarded as quite remarkable in that capacity. I have not had the chance to test out that aspect yet, though (wink).
Anyway, if you would like to have a great recipe for preparing Sautéed Geoduck Clams with Shitake Mushroom and Sake sauce …
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