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Fresh homade tortilla chips restaurant style

Fresh homade tortilla chips restaurant style by dp

This is the way all Mexican restaurants make their chips you all love so much enjoy ...

9 votes
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Alcapurria

Alcapurria by ANNEMARIE RIVERA

Alcapurria is basically a fritter made of green bananas and yautia (taro root) and stuffed with meat. I have also had them made with yucca (cassava root), which are extra tasty. If you happen to find yourself in Puerto Rico you can find them sold in the roadside kiosks and cuchifritos. They are best enjoyed sitting on the beach…

2 votes
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Super Fast Fried Cheese Appetizer - Saganaki

Super Fast Fried Cheese Appetizer - Saganaki by Amos Miller

If you have a cast iron skillet, you can make a simple, delicious appetizer - fast! A cheese lover's delight! The Greeks call it 'saganaki' and you can use several different semi-firm cheeses to make this delicious and interesting treat in less than 15 minutes. The best cheeses to use are kefaloteri or kaseri, so try to obtain a…

3 votes
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Fried Onion Rings

Fried Onion Rings by ShaleeDP

Onion rings are part of my snack list. This recipe is just so easy to make.

3 votes
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Honey and Sea Salt Plantains

Honey and Sea Salt Plantains by Sean Kervin

The humble plantain seems to be one of the most misunderstood fruits in the grocery aisle. Most people pass over these green bananas in favor of their more popular yellow cousins, yet they are wonderful to cook with. Treat them just like a potato and boil, fry, or mash them for a slightly unique experience. This recipe is very…

3 votes
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Country Fried Chicken Gizzards

Country Fried Chicken Gizzards by Smokinhotchef

From the familiar to the not so much! There has always been a push to waste nothing in lieu of sustaining life and feeding one's family. In that quest, we entertain all aspects of and parts of animals as possible fuel for the body. Offal and sweet breads have been on the tables of fine dining restaurants for many a year with…

1 vote
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Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Mango Sauce

Coconut Shrimp with Spicy Mango Sauce by Nancy Miyasaki

This was a real treat. It reminded me of delicious passed appetizer I had at a wedding reception a few years ago. The spicy sauce (not too hot) combines wonderfully with the slightly sweet coconut shrimp. Could be served equally well as an appetizer or entree.

5 votes
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Onion Bahjis

Onion Bahjis by Nina Timm

Who can say no to this delightfully easy and delicious Indian Snack!

2 votes
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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
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SHIITAKE & ENOKI ASIAN MUSHROOMS SPRING ROLLS

SHIITAKE & ENOKI ASIAN MUSHROOMS SPRING ROLLS by Linda Tay Esposito

A vegan favorite at the dim sum table. When you bite into the spring roll, you will feel several layers of textures - texture being an important element of Chinese foods. First you have the crisp from the deep fried spring roll skin, followed by the velvety shiitake inter-mingled with the stringy mung bean thread and the silky…

4 votes
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The Best Chicken 65 ! First TRY ! Ever Successful !

The Best Chicken 65 ! First TRY ! Ever Successful ! by SHYARI

Chicken 65 is an Indo-Chinese recipe. Well, I heard different stories about the origin of the recipe name chicken 65- like this recipe is made out of 65 spices; in the restaurant menu, this dish was placed in 65th list and the best of all is once u place an order of chicken 65, u will get it only exactly after 65…

2 votes
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Cheese balls!

Cheese balls! by Arturo Féliz-Camilo

Today I share one of the “Doña Anadina’s” (my sous chef’s mother) golden recipes. She’s one of my most faithful and constant advisors in the kitchen. Doña Anadina is a master of the flour and dough and even knowing this, I should say that she outdid herself this time. The “little chefs” (and me, I cannot deny it) took good care…

2 votes
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PEPPERED TUNA SKEWERS WITH WASABI-MAYO SAUCE

PEPPERED TUNA SKEWERS WITH WASABI-MAYO SAUCE by Nancy Miyasaki

If you love seared tuna and wasabi, this is an easy and beautiful passed appetizer to make, Easy to eat and guaranteed to be a big hit. If all of your guests like spicy food, add a little chili oil to soy sauce to make it more like a spicy tuna role. Or try half with and half without to satisfy both palates!

3 votes
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Beer Battered French Fried Onion Rings

Beer Battered French Fried Onion Rings by Robyn Savoie

When the Vidalia onions come into season, I make a batch or two of this and freeze them for later use. See freezing tips below. I'm not much of a beer drinker but I do like some offered by the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co. Summer Shandy is my favorite and I stock up in the spring when it comes out. I use it in this recipe.…

1 vote
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Seared mushroom bruschetta

Seared mushroom bruschetta by Peter Brown

I adapted this from a recipes I found on the internet This mushroom dish is really easy to prepare and it is perfect as a starter or even as a light lunch with salad.

1 vote
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