Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi

Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi

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Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi is a classic Caribbean dish featuring lamb meat, and it is a national favorite. You can fricassee poultry, pork, seafood, and other red meats also. But my favorite is this particular recipe for truly traditional and authentic Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi.

Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi

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(Note: this recipe is just one of many, taken from our Caribbean Islands Cuisine pages!)

Puerto Rican Fricassee de Lambi Recipe-

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Chicken Casserole Moroccan Style

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This Chicken Casserole Moroccan Style is one of the more unusual and yet remarkably tasty chicken casseroles I’ve experienced. The use of lemons as well as the bed of “cauliflower rice” really makes it a memorable dish. Very tasty, unique texture, and super healthy for you too!

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Chicken Casserole Moroccan Style Recipe-

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Zesty Shrimp Tacos West Coast USA Style

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These Zesty Shrimp Tacos are a natural occurence on the West Coast of America. Those people love seafoods, and there is a very heavy Hispanic influence on the cuisine. So, putting seafood, in this case shrimp, in a taco, makes perfect sense, right? Hey – try some … you will soon agree, it is a perfect fit!

Zesty Shrimp Tacos

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Shrimp Scampi

Italian-American Shrimp Scampi Supreme!

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Shrimp Scampi Supreme is a classic example of Italian immigrant influence on American cuisine. “Scampi” are actually lobster-like crustaceans, but much smaller – about the size of a jumbo prawn (shrimp). They have pale pink shells, also like the larger lobsters. When Italian cooks immigrated to America, true scampi were hard to come by. So, they started using jumbo prawns with exceptionally satisfying results. They continued to call the dish “scampi”, but added “shrimp” to the name. Hence, “Shrimp Scampi” came into existence, a truly original American dish. There are many versions of it, but this one is my favorite, thus the name: Shrimp Scampi Supreme!

Shrimp Scampi

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One of the more traditional methods of preparing scampi in Italy is to sauté them in white wine, olive oil, chopped onion and minced garlic. This American Shrimp Scampi Supreme recipe follows that much of the tradition, but adds a couple herbs: parsley and tarragon.

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Chakalaka

Authentic Zimbabwean Chakalaka Recipe

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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.

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Authentic Zimbabwean Chakalaka Recipe-

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Ugandan Samosas

Ugandan Samosas Snack Food Recipe

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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

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Ugandan Samosas Recipe-

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Prawns ya Pilau

Prawns ya Pilau Tanzanian Style

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Prawns ya Pilau (“Prawns with Rice”) is a national Tanzanian favorite dish. Many cultures have rice and seafood dishes, however, how the rice is prepared is where there is usually an ethnic distinction.

In Tanzania, heavily spiced, rich with unique-to-Africa spices and herbs rice is what really sets this dish in a class of its own. And trust me, Prawns ya Pilau, Tanzanian style, is super delicious!

Prawns ya Pilau

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Prawns ya Pilau Tanzanian Style Recipe-

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Honduran Seafood Soup

Honduran Seafood Soup

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Honduran Seafood Soup (Sopa Catratcha De Mariscos Con Un) is a national favorite dish in Honduras. Seafood is cooked in coconut milk with subtle seasonings and cobs of maize (corn). You can use any kinds of seafood, but this recipe calls for shrimp, fish fillet, and conch meat.

Honduran Seafood Soup

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Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie

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Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie is without a doubt a melt-in-your mouth explosion of wonderful texture and flavors. One of the most beloved “All-American” desserts to come out of the south, Alabama Butternut Maple Pie will delight you, your family and your guests.

Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie

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Alabama Buttermilk Maple Pie Recipe-

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Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style

Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style

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Venison pot roast Alaskan style, is simply superb. The old traditional Alaskan cuisine relied heavily on hunting and gathering, so seafoods and wild game meats were most often on the dinner plates. Modern day Alaskan cuisine has become more diverse, but some old traditional dishes are just so simply good, they are still favored today. That is the case with this Venison pot roast Alaskan style!

Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style

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Venison Pot Roast Alaskan Style Recipe-

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