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Chicken Cordon Bleu - Schnitzel Style!

Chicken Cordon Bleu - Schnitzel Style! by Salad Foodie

I fell in love with veal cordon bleu prepared schnitzel style in restaurants while living in Germany in the late 60's. But stateside, veal was hard to come by when I first began to replicate the recipe, so I subbed chicken breast. I have come fairly close to the 'authentic' versions my memories provide of this delicious main dish. I…

14 votes
30438 views
Tuna patties (Portuguese “pataniscas”)

Tuna patties (Portuguese “pataniscas”) by nazevedo

6 votes
17835 views
Arancini (Italian Rice Balls)

Arancini (Italian Rice Balls) by lisa

Arancini means "little oranges" in Sicilian and they can be found all over Palermo. Cooked and flavored Arborio rice is formed around a filling of tomato, meat and peas, coated in breadcrumbs and fried until golden brown. When I make them they're about the size of a baseball,but you can make them slightly smaller. . Soft and crispy…

2 votes
17590 views
Best Fried Chicken Ever~

Best Fried Chicken Ever~ by Debra aka Reel Lady

Reel Good Recipes celebrates Black History Month with films and recipes inspired by great African American actors. Our soulful and outrageously deliciously recipes are from millions of Black family homes, but we always put our special twist on everything! We start February with the film "Claudine" starring the beautiful and talented…

18 votes
36462 views
Tortang Talong (Eggplant Omelette)

Tortang Talong (Eggplant Omelette) by ShaleeDP

A tasty and healthy veggie dish. This is a simple way to make kids eat their veggies. Mixing meat with veggies helps them to learn to appreciate vegetable dishes.

1 vote
12880 views
CHAPLI KABAB (AFGHANI BURGER)

CHAPLI KABAB (AFGHANI 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 first time tasted this kabab in Saudi Arabia. It was freshly cooked, tasty and succulent. I couldn't help myself making my own Afghani burger which goes well with Arabian flat bread and green salad..

1 vote
16120 views
Korean Fried Chicken (aka KFC)

Korean Fried Chicken (aka KFC) by jason kim

I love Korean fried chicken. I love it so much I eat it on average about four times per week. On top of that, I oftentimes have dreams (no joke) about frying up....

4 votes
4317 views
Niman Ranch Pork Chop Milanese

Niman Ranch Pork Chop Milanese by George Formaro

1 vote
10027 views
Italian meatballs

Italian meatballs by Deanna Martinez-Bey

The quality of your ingredients will make or break the dish you are preparing. The key to these meatballs are the types of meat and bread you use to make them. These are called Italian Meatballs because this recipe is a family recipe and you guessed it, it came from an Italian family. Mia Famiglia!

2 votes
5619 views
Fried Green Tomatoes with Goat Cheese Basil Dipping Sauce

Fried Green Tomatoes with Goat Cheese Basil Dipping Sauce by Julie M.

2 votes
2302 views
Classic Churros con Chocolate

Classic Churros con Chocolate by Mhe-Lhanee Benito

After having a successful outcome with my Croquetas de Pollo y Setas, I decided to make another Spanish fried delights, but this time, I wanna make something sweet. I don't really have a big sweet tooth before, until I fell in love with cupcake designs and by watching "Cake Boss". But I wasn't in the mood to "bake". Moreover, my…

3 votes
5616 views
Fried Jalapeno Peppers

Fried Jalapeno Peppers by Shea Goldstein

1 vote
7600 views
Fried Chicken Coating

Fried Chicken Coating by Robyn Savoie

Here's a recipe for down-home fried chicken you can rely on. The well seasoned, made in minutes, flour coating makes enough to keep on hand in your pantry. It easily competes with one of the well-known chicken restaurant chains.

1 vote
6223 views
Chocolate wontons

Chocolate wontons by mildlyindian

What can be more satisfying that oooey gooey chocolate in a crispy crunchy exterior…

1 vote
2807 views
MALAYSIAN FISH BALLS

MALAYSIAN FISH BALLS by Linda Tay Esposito

Bouncy meatballs! My good aunt, Shirley, shared this recipe with me - her secret ingredient is to add the egg (you must stir in in one directions, she says) to make the fish ball puff up during frying. The skin then collapses to a chewy bite, while the meat inside remains bouncy. Very few people really make this at home anymore…

2 votes
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