Polish Makowiec is a delightful dessert. A sweet cake roll with a poppyseed filling, Polish Makowiec is sure to delight you, your family and friends after a sumptuous, savory Polish meal – or any meal for that matter!
Polish Kielbasa is now a beloved sausage in many countries throughout Europe and the Americas. In the States we grille it, use it in stews, all kinds of ways. Still, to get the real traditional effect of eating Polish kielbasa, you have to at least experience once how it tastes alongside sauerkraut and potatoes, with onions and garlic and seasonings. Also, serve it with the Hot Sweet Honey Mustard Sauce for a condiment … Absolutely Wonderful!
Polish Kielbasa with Sauerkraut and Potatoes Recipe-
This subject, the best all world healthiest street foods, is one of great interest to me, and many people. Especially those of us who love ethnic foods of all kinds. Often the best ethnic foods are sold right on the street by vendors whipping up some wonderful taste treats to enjoy while walking through the marketplace.
But which kinds of street foods are the healthiest for you? I did a bit of research on the topic, and found out some rather interesting facts. So let’s get right into it, and which ethnic groups on the planet have …
The Best All World Healthiest Street Foods
This is one of my own creations. There are many stuffed bell pepper recipes in American cuisine, of course. Usually the peppers are baked. I find, however, that steaming the bell peppers produces a texture in the bell peppers’ flesh that is more desirable – still a little firm and chewy, and sweeter than when baked.
Preparing this Great Stuffed Bell Peppers recipe can make for a whole, balanced meal, as you will see in the ingredients. Still, they can just as well be served as one course in a multi-course meal. They go great with chicken dishes, fried rice, salads and soups or stews as well.
Great Stuffed Bell Peppers Recipe-
Welcome back to Ethnic Foods R Us for another Kitchen Tips post. Today you will discover the hands-down easiest and fastest way to efficiently peel a boiled potato – without the use of a peeler or a knife.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and if that’s true, a motion picture show is worth millions, eh?
So watch this short (1 minute) video and see for yourself –
Easy Peazy Potato Peeler Kitchen Tips!
Pretty neat, right? I thought so, and considered it a worthy tip to pass along here to you.
Papaya Mango Sherbet is an immensely popular dessert in Naura. Tropical fruits are abundant there, so finding a sherbet that features mango and papaya is no surprise. Taken as an after dinner dessert, or just a mid-afternoon treat on a hot day, a nice dish of papaya mango sherbet is delicious and refreshing.
Nauruan Papaya Mango Sherbet Recipe-
Puerto Rican Rice and Beans, the real authentic version, is a standout dish. Many countries have a beans and rice dish (or several) in their cuisines – Mexico especially comes to mind. The Southern Soul foods of America also have wonderful beans and rice dishes. However, properly prepared, with the traditional ingredients and methods, a good bowl of authentic Puerto Rican rice and beans just can’t be beat!
Authentic Puerto Rican Rice and Beans Recipe-
Ugandan samosas are a nationwide popular and very common snack food. They are an African “fast food” that you can buy at kiosks on the side of almost any road. They are delicious, and quite inexpensive to make.
Ugandan Samosas can be made with or without meat. The most common meat used is beef. Vegetarian or not, they are always delightfully spiced and seasoned mixture of veggies, wrapped in a thin sheet of pastry, and then baked until golden brown and crispy.
Ugandan Samosas Recipe-
Zimbabwean Chakalaka is one this African country’s best “comfort foods”. It is traditionally a meatless stew, chocked full of all kinds of vegetables and beans, spiced and seasoned just enough to meld all the ingredients together nicely. A good bowl of Zimbabwean Chakalaka will be a taste treat that will satisfy you and fill you up.
Authentic Zimbabwean Chakalaka Recipe-
Indonesian Paniki Manado is basically bat soup. Yes, you read that right. And while Paniki Manado may not be among the most well known Indonesian dishes, it is definitely popular there. This recipe was included in our post titled, “7 Bizarre Ethnic Food Delicacies” and it is truly one of the more distinctly unique examples of Indonesian foods.
If you want to try this one out, be sure you get bats that are disease-free – something that is not very common in many regions of the world.
Indonesian Paniki Manado Recipe-
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-
Ever since being a boy, I have loved camping. Real camping – the rustic kind, sleeping in tents, fishing and foraging for food, and cooking meals over an open campfire. I was taught, early on, how to do gourmet open fire cooking.
As far as “side dishes” typically go, they are munching on potato chips or Doritos, and perhaps some store-bought deli items.
Not me. Nothing against hot dogs and hamburgers, I love ’em and will sometimes cook and eat them.