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Posts Published in ‘ world cuisines ’

Irish Apple Cake Recipe

May 27, 2016 | by Annie | sweets

Apples have been grown in Ireland for hundreds of years. Legend even has it that St. Patrick and his fellow monks planted apples trees in Ireland!

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Burmese Semolina Cake Recipe

| by Annie | sweets

Semolina Cake is a dense coconut-flavored snack cake made with semolina flour — the same flour used to make pasta. I decreased the sugar a bit from the original recipe and since I love cardamom, I increased that spice a bit as well. Semolina Cake is delicious served with hot tea or coffee.

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Irish Soda Bread Recipe

| by Marilyn | vegetables, sides, bread

A traditional Irish bread that is quick and easy to make. Irish soda bread uses baking soda as its leavener.

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Dublin Apple Recipe

| by Marilyn | beverages

Fruity and delicious, the Dublin Apple is ripe for sipping!

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Exotic Fruit Salad Recipe

| by Annie | salads

The refreshing and tasty Exotic Fruit Salad is popular in Central Africa. It is a blend of fruits, peanuts, and fresh mint, with an interesting addition of avocado. It is topped off with a tangy, lightly sweet dressing. This fruit salad can be transformed into a Brazilian Fruit Salad by omitting the dressing and drizzling sweetened condensed milk over the fruit.

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African-Inspired Peanut Butter Chicken Recipe

| by Annie | main dishes

In Central African cooking, groundnuts (peanuts) are often used in soups and stews. The peanuts are ground into peanut butter and incorporated into the sauce for flavor and thickening.

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Corn Fufu Recipe

| by Annie | vegetables, sides, bread

Fufu is a food staple in Central and Western Africa. Fufu is made with water and either corn flour, manioc (cassava) tubers or flour, yams, semolina, rice, potato flakes, or plantains. It is served with saucy main dishes, soups, and stews.

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Easy Pili-Pili Hot Sauce Recipe

| by Annie | dressings, gravies, sauces, spreads

Pili-pili sauce is a favorite hot and spicy African condiment. Pili-pili translates to pepper-pepper. The Easy Pili-Pili Hot Sauce Recipe is simple to prepare and requires no cooking. Serve pili-pili sauce with just about everything!

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Scottish Brose Pudding Recipe

| by Lisa | sweets

Brose is a Scots word for an uncooked form of porridge in which oatmeal (and/or other meals) is mixed with boiling water and allowed to stand for a short time. The recipe for Athole Brose, the cocktail form of brose, in “Traditional Scottish Recipes” by George L Thomson is flavored with whiskey and honey. To make this brose pudding, I pureed steel cut oats and mixed it with whipped cream, whiskey and honey. The texture is similar to tapioca, but the flavor is undeniably Scottish.

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Scottish Pitcaithly Bannocks Recipe

| by Lisa | sweets

The official definition of bannock is a round flat unsweetened cake made from oatmeal or barley and baked on a griddle. This recipe is made with candied lemon and orange peel. Bannocks is very similar to shortbread.

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Traveller’s Beef Stew Recipe

May 25, 2016 | by Marilyn | main dishes

Comfort food at its best, Traveller’s Beef Stew is slow cooked for eight hours in a crock pot. Serve with Irish Soda Bread to soak up all the delicious Guinness Stout flavored gravy.

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Chocolate Palacsinta Recipe

| by Lisa | sweets

A palacsinta is similar to a crepe and is delicious with a variety of fillings, commonly apricot jam and walnuts. A well known Hungarian version is the Gundel pancake a crepe with a filling made from rum, raisin, walnuts, and lemon zest, served with a chocolate sauce. You can set up a palacsinta bar so each person can add their favorite fillings and toppings.

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Middle Eastern Lemonade Recipe

May 23, 2016 | by Annie | beverages

Nothing tastes better than fresh squeezed lemonade on a hot and sultry day. This Arabic limonada is flavored with orange blossom water and garnished with fresh mint. It is wonderful

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Gouryevskaya Kasha Recipe

| by Lisa | sweets

In Russia, kasha refers to any type of porridge and can be made from buckwheat, oats, wheat, rice, barley or millet. According to RussianCuisine.blogspot.com, the best known of Russian kasha is Guryevskaya (or gurevskaia) kasha, which is made with nuts and fruit.

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Russian Stuffed Cabbage Recipe (Golubtsy)

| by Lisa | vegetables, sides, bread

This is one delicious stuffed cabbage recipe. The sauce really pulls all the flavors together. The next time I make it, I will use 2 cabbage heads so I could use only the thinner, more pliable outer leaves rather than having to use the stiffer inner leaves. I added an egg to this recipe to help the beef and rice bind together better.

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