Roundup of 21 Delicious dishes from around the world made by Blogging Marathoners. This is the round up of ‘Pick 1 Alphabet and Cook 3 dishes’. So each BMer chose an alphabet and 3 countries that start with that alphabet and cooked 3 local dishes. Gayathri – Letter B: Bahamas – Bimini Bread (Bahamas Coconut…
Recipe to make quick Injeras with Teff flour. Serve them with some delicious Ethiopian sides like Mesir wat or tikel gomen for a filling meal.
Vegan Kare Kare — a Filipino stew that is hearty, creamy and delicious with simple flavors. Serve it over rice for a yummy meal.
Chinese Cold Sesame Noodles is a very simple dish made with a no-cook sauce. All the ingredients are mixed into a sauce and then tossed with the cooked noodles. You can add more vegetables if you like. Add some baked tofu or edamame or fried egg to make it a complete meal.
Chinese Tofu Skin Noodles: This is a very easy to make dish. Once you have the dried tofu skin rehydrated and cooked, it takes just a few minutes to put together. Bok choy and scallions are added to give some color to the dish. It can be eaten just as is or with some noodles.
Cucumbers are smashed (a perfect excuse to take out your frustration after a long day) and then tossed with some garlic, sesame oil and some seasonings. No soy sauce or other strong flavors — simple, clean salad that is just delicious. Serve it right away or chilled.
Easy to make delicious Mushroom and cheese filled Zapiekanka sandwich. It is a popular street food in Poland.
Vegetarian Doner Kebab recipe — this is a popular Turkish meat based kebab. In this vegetarian version, kebab is made with homemade seitan (recipe included) and then sandwiched in a pita pocket with fresh veggies.
Blogging Marathon# 49: Week 4/ Day 2 Theme: Bookmarked Recipes Dish: Afghani Bolani For day 2 of this week’s marathon, I made a stuffed flatbread from Afghanistan called Bolani. This recipe has been on my to-make list ever since I saw a bunch of my fellow bloggers make it for the A-Z International marathon.
This month we are going to Samoa the beautiful island country in the South Pacific ocean for #Food of the World event. I have tried these delicious fluffy and coconut milk soaked Pani popos and this super simple banana pudding, Poi from Samoa. Today’s recipe is a Samoan banana-tapioca soup called Suafa’i. Overripe bananas are cooked down along with coconut milk and tapioca. It is supposed to be a soup but I cooked it down to a pudding consistency. This dish is not really photogenic, so I added some chocolate chips to make it a little appetizing in the photos…