Salmon with Herb Sauce

Salmon with Herb Sauce is a flavorful and healthy recipe that is believed to have originated in France. It features a fresh salmon fillet that is topped with a creamy herb sauce made from a combination of herbs such as parsley, chives, and dill, along with sour cream, lemon juice, and garlic.

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Pork Root Vegetable Tofu and Miso Soup

Pork Root Vegetable Tofu and Miso Soup is a hearty soup recipe that is believed to have originated in Japan. It features a combination of pork, root vegetables, tofu, and miso paste to create a savory and satisfying soup. To make this recipe, you start by cooking the pork in a pot with onions, garlic,

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Beef Rib Sauce

Beef Rib Sauce is a savory and rich sauce that is often served with beef ribs and is believed to have originated in the southern United States. It typically features a combination of ketchup, brown sugar, vinegar, and spices such as garlic powder, onion powder, and cayenne pepper. Some variations of this recipe may also

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American Barbecue Sauce

American Barbecue Sauce is a tangy and sweet sauce recipe that is believed to have originated in the Southern United States. It features a combination of ketchup, brown sugar, vinegar, and spices such as garlic powder, onion powder, and cumin to create a sauce that is perfect for basting grilled meats or as a dipping sauce.

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Soy Apple and Ginger Sauce

Soy Apple and Ginger Sauce

Soy Apple and Ginger Sauce is a flavorful sauce that is commonly used to accompany grilled or pan-seared meats, particularly pork and chicken. The sauce typically consists of a mixture of soy sauce, apple juice or cider, ginger, garlic, and brown sugar, which are combined and simmered until the flavors meld together. The origins of

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Greek Island Marinade

Greek Island marinade is a flavorful mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, oregano, and other herbs and spices commonly used in Greek cuisine. The marinade is typically used to marinate meats, fish, or vegetables before grilling or roasting to infuse them with the flavors of the Mediterranean. The origins of the recipe can be

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Meat Loaf

This classic meatloaf is perfect for a busy weeknight meal .because it can be prepared in a minutes. This is very easy and no fail recipe. This is the perfect combination of beef spices ketchup and classy sweet  glaze .

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Cucumber and Onion Chaat Kheera Pyaz ki Chaat

Cucumber and Onion Chaat Recipe Cucumber and Onion Chaat is a popular street food snack in India that is typically made with diced cucumbers and onions, mixed with a tangy and spicy dressing made from tamarind, chaat masala, and lemon juice. In terms of nutritional value, Cucumber, and Onion Chaat is low in calories and

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German Cucumber Salad

German Cucumber Salad is a refreshing summer salad made with simple ingredients that are a staple in most kitchens.. This recipe is easy to make budget friendly and perfect for a potluck family dinner or summer cookout

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Creamy Chicken and Green Beans

This Creamy Chicken and Green Beans is the one pot hot dish …It has everything a good hot dish should have chicken beans cream mushrooms all in one pot with no fancy or complicated ingredients just good plain solid comfort food..

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Florentine Stuffed Meatloaf

Its a fun twist on your traditional meatloaf There;s nothing wrong with old fashioned comfort food but this spin will keep your week nights interesting you can also prepare the meat mixture the night before and then just saute the spinach and assemble the next evening i hope you enjoy this recipe with your family

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El Dorado Casserole

This was an easy and nice meal to bake in the oven These amazing EI Dora do Casserole are layers with lots of goodies including ground beef Onion Olives Green Chilies Cottage Cheese and many more rich comforting ingredients …

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Baked Zucchini Cheddar Casserole

This Baked Zucchini Cheddar Casserole is made from chicken soup cream butter cheese .A golden cheesy crust seal in the fluffy moist and creamy center of this zucchini casserole. This recipe is so easy and irritably delicious . This recipe has simple ingredients and comes together quickly making it ideal for busy weeknights. This is

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Chili-Orange Chicken

It really is that easy in less then 30 minutes you can have this healthy version of Chili Orange Chicken on the dinner table and your family begging for second you can serve over white or brown rice or if you want an even lighter version serve in lettuce cup.

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Country Herbed Meat Loaf

The meat loaf is the combination of Ground Beef and Pork .Feel free to use all ground beef in the meat loaf or use 1 1/2 pounds of ground beef and 1/2 pound of ground pork The pork add extra flavor and moisture to the loaf .

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Beef Bourguignon Wine

Beef Bourguignon Wine

This Classic dish origination from the Burgundy region of  Eastern France as a pauper dish until it become a staple of haute cuisine in the early 20th century This Glutton free variation uses rice flour and a sauce reduction to achieve its signature heartiness .

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KOSHARI

The national dish of Egypt, and sold from street carts throughout the land, koshari – with two types of pasta, rice and lentils – is a carb lover’s dream. Very tasty and filling, this is a really authentic and economical street food dish. Do as the koshari sellers do and have everything lined up in

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BESSARA WITH CUMIN AND LEMON AND GARLIC OIL

BESSARA WITH CUMIN AND LEMON AND GARLIC OIL

In its native Morocco, this tasty soup is often eaten as a hearty workers’ breakfast, served from street stalls and hole-in-the-wall cafés. With such a simple pulse-based dish, getting the seasoning right is absolutely key to elevating it from potentially bland to really sublime, and here a sprinkle of spice and a good drizzle of

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RED RED WITH FRIED PLANTAIN

Supposedly named ‘red red’ after its two principal rouge-coloured components – African red palm oil and tomato purée – this is a hearty vegetarian bean stew from Ghana. For the red palm oil, try Afro-Caribbean food shops or online, but if you can’t get hold of it, substitute groundnut oil. The finished dish will, however,

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JOLLOF RICE

Nigerian jollof rice is said to be the precursor of the Creole classic jambalaya, and like jambalaya it can contain a wide variety of vegetables and meat, more like a paella. However, this version is pared down to its roots: just red peppers and tomatoes puréed with a few spices in which to cook the

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DORO WAT

This Ethiopian chicken and egg stew is really fragrant thanks to the heady mix of berbere spices and a long, slow cooking time. You can buy ready made berbere spice blends in some supermarkets, but I’d urge you to make your own if you can. It takes no time at all if you have a

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SPICED VEGETABLE SAMOSAS

These delicately spiced Indian samosas are made with proper samosa pastry. It’s surprisingly simple to make, and the best thing is that you can add extra flavours, in this case a generous sprinkle of spicy black onion or kalonji seeds. These are fabulous with a dollop of mango pickle or brinjal (aubergine pickle) alongside, or

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PAKORAS WITH MINT AND CORIANDER CHUTNEY

There are two cuisines that could convince me to vegetarian – Italian and Indian, and this recipe is a perfect example of why I have listed Indian as one of the two. Delicious, simple to prepare with ingredients you most likely have in your fridge and storecupboard and wonderfully evocative of Indian street food. Try

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POLPETTE

Polpette are little flavoursome Italian meatballs, normally served as a snack or appetiser rather than with the perhaps more familiar bowl of spaghetti. The trick to a soft and tender meatball is to soak the breadcrumbs in milk before you add the rest of the ingredients. Note: you may wish to begin this recipe the

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FLAMKUCHEN

From the mountainous southern region of Germany, flamkuchen are thin, crisp pizzas topped with a dreamy combination of melting onions, cream, cheese and smoked bacon. I can’t think of a more perfect accompaniment to an ice-cold beer or two.

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Simple Delcious Seafood Ceviche Recipe

Simple Delcious Seafood Ceviche Recipe

The national dish of Peru, and a popular street-eat all along the coast (and around inland waters, too), ceviche is incredibly easy to make. Prepare your fish in one bowl, the marinating ingredients in another, then once you mix the two together it takes just 10 minutes to ‘cook’ the fish to perfection.

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