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SWAHILI KUKU

SWAHILI KUKU by Anita Mary Amalor

Kenyans love chicken. After living in Kenya for a while I have fallen in love for this particular dish because of the very basic ingredients being used in this dish and yet tastes very good.This is my husband's favorite dish too. This chicken is well served with chapati, rice or Ugali(maize meal) in Kenya. It is very easy to prepare…

2 votes
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Crispy Dinuguan/crispy pork dinuguan

Crispy Dinuguan/crispy pork dinuguan by Jessica Kristine (Jekay) they call me Miss.apple

Crispy Dinuguan is quite becoming a popular dish here in the Philippines. I first heard this dish via some friends tweet. I learned that crispy dinuguan is a specialty dish of Kanin Club at the Paseo de Santa Rosa, Santa Rosa Laguna. According to a blogger who experienced and tasted this dish; it tastes like your ordinary dinuguan…

2 votes
30943 views
Turbo Oven Sausage Kabob

Turbo Oven Sausage Kabob by Bluebirdie

Quick & Easy sausage Kabob with dinner rolls for a light meal!

2 votes
18577 views
Pork in tomato sauce

Pork in tomato sauce by Dragana Pušica

2 votes
2019 views
Corn Pie

Corn Pie by Jann from PA

This is a savory pie that was served as a main meal, usually lunch. Really great when fresh corn is available, but good with frozen corn, too.

2 votes
7416 views
Autentica " Pasta alla contadina "

Autentica " Pasta alla contadina " by CHEFMAURIZIO

Recipe of Calabria. We are in southern Italy. A recipe that my mother gave me and that I have taken over the tradition. Calabria is known for its natural beauty, but also for the use of chili peppers, very spicy in the area. This recipe is therefore a little spicy. Warning to those who do not like. The recipe is simple.

1 vote
10463 views
Old Fashioned Pastrami

Old Fashioned Pastrami by Bert Sackman

Pastrami ought to be made with a cut of beef that is covered by a fair amount of external fat. One can trim off the excess fat before the beef is sliced. The beef selected to make pastrami should be able to withstand long cooking; beef loin or sirloin does not make the best pastrami. On the other hand, brisket, chuck roasts and round…

1 vote
10999 views
Bicol Express

Bicol Express by ShaleeDP

Spice the food on monday.

1 vote
12146 views
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sliders

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork Sliders by Its a Food Fetish

Pork loin simmered in a slow cooker all day with coca cola, brown sugar, and Worcestershire sauce. Mixed with BBQ sauce, topped with fresh coleslaw, and served on slider buns. This is truly a simple yet delicious recipe.

1 vote
12513 views
Baja Fish Sandwich with Chipotle Tartar Sauce

Baja Fish Sandwich with Chipotle Tartar Sauce by Kathleen is Cooking in Mexico

This popular Mexican sandwich originated in Baja California, Mexico, and is now found across the country in favorite tourist destinations. It is commonly served with a thin mayonnaise sauce, but I like to serve it with a Chipotle Tartar Sauce. Chipotles are smoked, dried jalapeños, and provide color and a hint of smoky flavor. Serve…

1 vote
7177 views
New York Red Onion Sauce

New York Red Onion Sauce by Bombdiggity Hot Dogs

If you have ever had a hot dog from a cart in New York City you have probably had some of this red onion sauce slathered on your hot dog. Here is a recipie for this sauce. Enjoy!

1 vote
12571 views
Sandwiches with Cottage Cheese, Greens and Garlic

Sandwiches with Cottage Cheese, Greens and Garlic by Mary Shaldibina

These sandwiches are for garlic fans.

4 votes
11811 views
Couscous Cakes

Couscous Cakes by Joann Mathias

1 vote
7383 views
Chinese Dragon Sauerkraut

Chinese Dragon Sauerkraut by Weining Wang

one of the main branches of Chinese traditional philosophy, the Confucians, has had a great relationship with the Chinese dragon culture. The question involved whether the Chinese emperors had held their great power over the country from the Chinese dragon culture; this thought of Confucians is a complex issue that has included two…

1 vote
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Ampalaya with Ground Pork

Ampalaya with Ground Pork by Lidy Concepcion

I hated Ampalaya (bitter gourd) -- this was before I got married. It turns out this is my husband's favorite and so I had to learn how to cook it, and eat it. It took awhile for me to like ampalaya, I can't take the bitter taste. Until I found the right way to prep it before cooking so it won't be too bitter. After slicing the gourd,…

1 vote
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