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Amazing Afghan Chicken

Amazing Afghan Chicken by John Spottiswood

This recipe, known as Murgh in India, is amazingly flavorful and a real crowd pleaser. I served two BBQ chicken recipes for July 4th, my father-in-law's Chinese Barbecued Chicken (linked below) and this new dish. The kids mostly ate the sweeter Chinese version, but the adults split about 50-50 in terms of their favorites. I saw…

7 votes
18614 views
Coriander Sauce

Coriander Sauce by John Spottiswood

This is a common feature on Afghan tables and also similar to the coriander sauce you frequently find in north Indian restaurants. It's also common in Georgian cuisine. Serve it on top of the Chile-Coriander Chicken, or as a side to any grilled meat or vegetable. It is awesome!

7 votes
10272 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
18474 views
Dimlama

Dimlama by Mary Shaldibina

Dimlama is an Uzbek stew made with various combinations of meat, potatoes, onions, vegetables, and sometimes fruits. Meat and vegetables are cut into large pieces and placed in layers in a tightly sealed pot to simmer slowly in their own juices. Vegetables for dimlama may include, in addition to potatoes and onions, also carrots,…

7 votes
18146 views
Fantastic Chile-Coriander Chicken

Fantastic Chile-Coriander Chicken by John Spottiswood

This is another amazing recipe that I adapted from the Barbecue Bilble by Steven Raichlen. He got it from a food stand in Bombay that is famous throughout the city for it's amazing flavors. Try this chicken and you will understand why. It is truly delicious! My wife really loves the dipping sauce too. It's fantastic with or…

9 votes
10619 views
ARPA SEHRIYE SALATASI

ARPA SEHRIYE SALATASI by filiz

1 vote
10379 views
Armenian Red Lentil Balls - Vospov Kheyma

Armenian Red Lentil Balls - Vospov Kheyma by John Spottiswood

Traditionally, Kheyma is a made with meat (raw beef patty). However, during Lent many Armenians prefer Vospov Kheyma as a vegetarian alternative. Our friends the Bedrosians brought these over as an appetizer last night. He said it was a bit spicier than his mother usually made, but we all thought they were perfect. If you want less…

3 votes
13044 views
Gatnabour; Rice Pudding

Gatnabour; Rice Pudding by Two Southern Girls

What is Gatnabour you ask, it's warm Armenian Rice Pudding that's embedded in my childhood memories.

1 vote
13473 views
Burma Baklava

Burma Baklava by CARI GULOW

I also learned this recepie from a Turkish friend,...here it goes. This is great for newbies and oldies. very quick easy and simple.

2 votes
13064 views
CEVIZLI PATLICAN SALATA

CEVIZLI PATLICAN SALATA by filiz

2 votes
6728 views
Eggplant stuffed with tomato and garlic - Iman Bayeldi

Eggplant stuffed with tomato and garlic - Iman Bayeldi by John Spottiswood

The Turkish name for this recipe means "The Priest Fainted". I think the idea is that it tastes so good it made the priest faint. Anyway, it really is that good and pretty healthy too! This recipe was provided by Brian Bedrosian -- http://www.cookeatshare.com/chefs/brianb-208. Hopefully, with a little prodding from others too,…

6 votes
11687 views
Peynirli Gondol Kabak(Stuffed Zucchini with Cheese)

Peynirli Gondol Kabak(Stuffed Zucchini with Cheese) by Ada Esintileri

1 vote
4407 views
Lagman

Lagman by Mary Shaldibina

Lagman is a traditional Uzbek food. In this variation I use noodle instead of special dough and sauce.

4 votes
17400 views
ÇİĞ BÖREK (TRADİTİONAL TURKİSH PASTRY)

ÇİĞ BÖREK (TRADİTİONAL TURKİSH PASTRY) by Cafe Pepela

1 vote
9463 views
Sou Barag (cheese filling)

Sou Barag (cheese filling) by Bob Michaelian

An Armenian delicacy, these cheese and phyllo turnovers are certain to be a big hit at your next cocktail party. My sister and I grew up with our mother making these for special occasions... and while they are somewhat labor intensive, the reward is in the finished product. Simply delicious!

4 votes
12570 views