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This is one of the only blogs where you will find a variety of ethnic cuisines

 

worldcupoffood:

motherearthnewsmag:

Egyptian Rice Recipe With Green Lentils and Caramelized Onions
This Egyptian Rice Recipe is topped off with caramelized onions and toasted pine nuts.

By Rose Elliot
Photo By Myles New

This looks great!  We’re beginning preparations to feature Egyptian food on The World Cup of Food!

worldcupoffood:

motherearthnewsmag:

Egyptian Rice Recipe With Green Lentils and Caramelized Onions

This Egyptian Rice Recipe is topped off with caramelized onions and toasted pine nuts.

By Rose Elliot

Photo By Myles New

This looks great!  We’re beginning preparations to feature Egyptian food on The World Cup of Food!

suomi-finland-perkele:

Traditional Finnish Food:

  • Karjalanpiirakka (Karelian pastries)
  • Kaalilaatikko (cabbage casserole)
  • Pyttipannu (bubble and squeak)
  • Leipäjuusto (bread cheese)
  • Lohikeitto (salmon soup)
  • Kalakeitto (fish stew)
  • Kalakukko (fish pie)
  • Mustikkapulla (blueberry buns)
  • Korvapuusti (cinnamon and cardamon buns)
  • Joulutorttu (Christmas tarts).

Find more pictures here, and also recipes! :)

bellyofthesouth:

ECUADORIAN HOT SAUCE OR AJI CRIOLLO Despite what one would think, spicy food does not seem to be very popular here in Ecuador. Perhaps it’s just our stereotypical thought process that all of Latin America would have spicy food since Mexico does. While every restaurant has some type of salsa/sauce in the middle of the table (always the restaurant’s personal concoction), we haven’t tasted any that have been spicy yet. So A was excited to find a recipe for Ecuadorian hot sauce on laylita.com and promptly tried out. He describes it as “fresh, light, subtle at first and then very, very hot.” He’s put it on just about everything - eggs, soups, sandwiches, and tonight most likely the ceviche that’s marinating in the refrigerator. Ingredients: 4 ajies or hot peppers ½ bunch of cilantro (stems and leaves) ½ cup of water 3 garlic cloves Juice from ½ lime or lemon 3 tbs finely chopped white onion (scallions can also be used) Salt Directions: 1. Combine the hot peppers, cilantro, water, garlic cloves and lime juice in the blender and blend well. 2. Add the chopped white onions and salt to taste.

bellyofthesouth:

ECUADORIAN HOT SAUCE OR AJI CRIOLLO

Despite what one would think, spicy food does not seem to be very popular here in Ecuador. Perhaps it’s just our stereotypical thought process that all of Latin America would have spicy food since Mexico does. While every restaurant has some type of salsa/sauce in the middle of the table (always the restaurant’s personal concoction), we haven’t tasted any that have been spicy yet. So A was excited to find a recipe for Ecuadorian hot sauce on laylita.com and promptly tried out. He describes it as “fresh, light, subtle at first and then very, very hot.” He’s put it on just about everything - eggs, soups, sandwiches, and tonight most likely the ceviche that’s marinating in the refrigerator.

Ingredients:

4 ajies or hot peppers
½ bunch of cilantro (stems and leaves)
½ cup of water
3 garlic cloves
Juice from ½ lime or lemon
3 tbs finely chopped white onion (scallions can also be used)
Salt

Directions:

1. Combine the hot peppers, cilantro, water, garlic cloves and lime juice in the blender and blend well.
2. Add the chopped white onions and salt to taste.

tiresapoe:

I typically don’t post food pics, but I just had to. Every Samoan should know this meal real well. 

tiresapoe:

I typically don’t post food pics, but I just had to. Every Samoan should know this meal real well.