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Fried Rice Bowl from Madagascar

Fried Rice Bowl from Madagascar by Rachael Johnson

Everyone loves fried rice, and its very popular in Madagascar.

2 votes
13168 views
Fasnachts

Fasnachts by Glenn

Potato doughnuts traditionally served on Shrove Tuesday, the day before the start of Lent. Originally done to use up lard and others of the typical foods that were given up for Lent. Many in Lancaster County, PA consider it good luck to have a Fasnacht on Fasnacht Day. Traditionally the dough was cut into squares and fried but new…

2 votes
16463 views
Crab Cakes

Crab Cakes by Ryan Fillhardt

7 votes
22968 views
fresh cilantro tortillas

fresh cilantro tortillas by FromScratch Sarah

Very simple.I recommend oiling your griddle/pan well.The flour water mix is not always going to work as the recipe calls, the idea is the create an elastic dough not too sticky to roll out into tortillas.I like mine a little thicker to rip up for the dip. These are awesome served with heavenly hot dip, a plate of spinich and…

1 vote
5910 views
Panizas or chickpea fritters

Panizas or chickpea fritters by Guest of winter

Panizas are typical from the Cádiz province in Andalusia, where the Sherry wines come from. They are made from chickpea flour, boiled in water, made into a dough thicker than potato mash, then sliced in small pieces and fried. They look suspiciously similar to Provençal panisses, and I heard there is a very similar thing in the south…

2 votes
5467 views
Rice with bell pepper and peanuts

Rice with bell pepper and peanuts by Mary Shaldibina

Very tasty and fast cooking

8 votes
10915 views
Crepes

Crepes by Jann from PA

Better than pancakes. Fewer carbs and a little more protein. Fill with berries or any fruit (thicken with a little cornstarch, if desired). Or, use savory fillings, like bean dip or salsa. Very easy and versatile. Can be frozen.

1 vote
2594 views
Onion Fritters (Kanda Bhajji)

Onion Fritters (Kanda Bhajji) by Padma Priya Manikam

This is a light snack that can be an appetizer and eaten during tea-break especially during a rainy day!

1 vote
4648 views
Churros

Churros by Dominick Costa

Being in New York City, you are often surprised with crazy and random surprises. Everyday there is something, whether it be on the subway, walking down the street or in a restaurant. One of my favorite surprises is walking into a subway, and there will be someone selling Churros off of a sheet pan, two for $1! I’m always a sucker, and…

1 vote
3921 views
Gobi 65

Gobi 65 by Navaneetham Krishnan

Cauliflower florets - nicely tender to the bite, coated with puffy batter and scented with cumin seeds and curry leaves.

1 vote
3156 views
Jalebi Recipe

Jalebi Recipe by Hina Gujral

Jalebi Recipe, a conventional Indian sweet, which needs no defining introduction. This deep-fried pretzel like sweet – dish from India is well celebrated among the food lovers. The batter prepared with white flour defined into twisted and tangled concentric circles, deep-fried till crunchy and later dunked in saccharine sugar syrup.

1 vote
3281 views
Fried Crawfish Tails

Fried Crawfish Tails by TheRebirth OfTraci Robinson

Super Fast and Delicious!

1 vote
3312 views
TUNA KABAB (TUNA BURGER)

TUNA KABAB (TUNA BURGER) by MARIA LOURDES V. LIPARDO-AYUB

Subscribe to my YouTube Channel (Lipardo's Global Kitchen) for more recipes and future raffle draws for giveaway prizes. I love seafood. Tuna is one of my favorites which is the main ingredient in some of my food preparations. I made this recipe many years back. It's so simple and easy to make. My kids love it...

1 vote
3590 views
Onion Bhajia (or Pakora)

Onion Bhajia (or Pakora) by Haresh Shah

This is an excellent snack and goes well with beer, wine or any soft drink. Best eaten when hot from the frying pan. One could replace onion with any other vegetable such as sliced potato, sliced egg plant, etc.

2 votes
8827 views
Mama's Tuna Patties

Mama's Tuna Patties by Miss Polly Motzko

My mom used to make Tuna Patties when I was growing up and then I made them when I was married. When you make them up in advance you can make sandwiches out of them later or just heat them up for a nutritious lunch or dinner. Also, I’ve substituted crab for the tuna making Crab Cakes that are really good! As good as any restaurant in…

1 vote
2847 views