Authentic Boston Baked Beans Recipe

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A year-round American favorite, but especially beloved in the North during the cold winter months, is this Authentic Boston Baked Beans dish. These rich, spicy beans make a great side dish for a warm weather smoky barbecue, and they’re also excellent “comfort food” in colder weather.

Authentic Boston Baked Beans

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Most commonly used are Navy Beans, but the creamy heirloom beans are often used in New England, as well as others, like yellow-eyed beans and maroon-eyed soldier beans. You may need to cook those alternative beans longer. Whichever beans you use, if you follow this recipe to the letter, you will be treated to real, authentic Boston Baked Beans.

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Bubble and Squeak

British Bubble and Squeak Traditional Recipe

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British Bubble and Squeak is a handy recipe to use up lots of good leftovers. There are lots of variations on the dish, but this British Bubble and Squeak is pretty much mainstream traditional. It uses leftover cabbage, potato mash, and Brussels sprouts. You can also add in some leftover (already cooked) meat if you like.

British Bubble and Squeak

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British Bubble and Squeak Traditional Recipe-

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Ghanaian Dandelion Salad

Ghanaian Dandelion Salad

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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.

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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.

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New Zealand Meatloaf

New Zealand Meatloaf Supreme

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New Zealand meatloaf, you say … what makes that so special, so “supreme”? Most countries and cultures have some versions of meatloaf. Many of them are mouthwatering wonderful, so delicious.

However, of all the kinds of meatloaf I have ever tried, this New Zealand meatloaf is special. It stands out as unique with its complexity of flavors and its texture on the palate. Definitely Supreme!

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soul food brown sugar pie

Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie

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This Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie is from the All-American/Southern Soul Food page here on Ethnic foods R Us. Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie recipe is not only delicious it’s a sweet tooth culinary experience you’ll not soon forget.

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Soul Food Brown Sugar Pie is the perfect way to finish off a full Southern Soul Food meal. This super delicious dessert will explode in your mouth with flavors out of this world, directly from the deep South of America.

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Chicken Luwombo Ugandan Style Recipe

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Luwombo can be made with several different kinds of meats – pork and beef are often used. However, in Uganda, chicken luwombo is the most traditional. Peanuts and smoked fish are also traditional ingredients. Superbly spiced and seasoned, wrapped in banana leaves and steamed – Ugandan chicken luwombo is a delightful African ethnic food treat!

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Chicken Luwombo Ugandan Style Recipe-

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West Coast American Tetrazzini with Chicken or Turkey

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West Coast American Tetrazzini is a handy recipe to keep on hand for when you have leftover chicken or turkey. I suppose you could use any poultry, really, duck, goose, even wild game poultry. However, usually tetrazzini is made with chicken or turkey meat.

West Coast American Tetrazzini

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West Coast American Tetrazzini originated in San Francisco, just after the turn of the 20th century, created by Ernest Arbogast, the chef at the Palace Hotel. It is supposedly named after Luisa Tetrazzini, an Italian opera star who was a longstanding resident at the Palace.

There are lots of variations on the dish, but this one is quite mainstream. I put peas in my tetrazzini, some do not, preferring peas as a side dish. I also prefer using chicken over turkey – I think chicken meat is tastier.

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce

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Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce is a national favorite dish in that country. It is also one of the more popular dishes among tourists who visit the country. Pepitos translates in English to “pumpkin seeds” – and it is the pumpkin seed sauce flavor that really distinguishes Salvadoran Crabs in Pepita Sauce as a remarkably tasty and unique culinary experience.

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Amazon Prime Day 2017

Special Amazon Prime Day 2017 Best Ever

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A Special Amazon Prime Day Post for All of Our Valued Readers …

Amazon Prime Day 2017 is here, and it is the best Amazon Prime Day ever! 

Special Amazon Prime Day 2017

Yes, this is a rather “off topic” post, here at Ethnic Foods R Us. Just consider it a thank you post to all you wonderful readers who use our affiliation with Amazon. This makes it possible for you to obtain those unique and sometimes “hard to get” ingredients you need to make authentic ethnic dishes from all over the world.

This year’s Special Amazon Prime Day deals are many, and wonderful.

For instance, have you tried voice shopping yet? You can save $20 on an annual Prime Membership by asking Alexa to sign up for Prime – $79 (regularly $99). You must sign up via voice on Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap, or Echo Show.

Or, how about, as an Amazon Prime Member, also signing up for Amazon Baby Registry?

Prime Baby Registrants who add a participating CYBEX Aton-2 infant car seat to their registry between July 5 and July 19, 2017, and purchase it by March 31, 2018, will receive $120 credit back to their Amazon account – the equivalent of 40% off!

 

That’s Not All – Not By a Long Shot! There is So Much More on This Special Amazon Prime Day 2017!

All day long, on July 11, every 5 minutes a new special offer will be announced, in addition to the great deals below that are available right now!

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