RoundupRoundup 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:21 Recipes from Around the World

  1. Bahamas – Bimini Bread (Bahamas Coconut Bread)
  2. Burma – Sanwei Makhin (Burmese Semolina Cake)
  3. Bangladesh – Dimer Halua (Egg Halwa)

 

Sowmya – Letter F:


 

21 Recipes from Around the World

 

  1. Finland – Finnish Rye Scones
  2. Fiji – Lolo Buns (Fijian Coconut Buns)
  3. France – Pain Brie (Crushed Bread of Normandy)

Mir – Letter H:21 Recipes from Around the World

  1. Haiti – Diri Ak Djon Djon ak Kribich (Black Mushroom Rice with Shrimp)
  2. Hungary – Haluska or Kaposztas Teszta (Cabbage Noodles)
  3. Honduras – Yuca Cake Hondurena

Archana – Letter I:21 Recipes from Around the World

  1. Italy – Spaghetti Aglo e Olio
  2. Israel – Laffa Bread
  3. Iran – Lavash (Lavas)

Priya Srinivasan – Letter J:21 Recipes from Around the World

 

  1. Jamaica – Jamaican Toto (Eggless Wholewheat Coconut Cake)
  2. Japan – Coffee Jelly
  3. Jordan – Limonana

Pavani – Letter M:21 Recipes from Around the World

  1. Mexico – Esquites (Mexican Corn Salad)
  2. Morocco – Chickpea Soup
  3. Myanmar – Samusa Thouk (Burmese Samosa Soup)

Priya Suresh – Letter S:

21 Recipes from Around the World

  1. Spain – Mollete (Spanish Antequera Bread Rolls)
  2. Sudan – Addas (Sudanese Red Lentil Soup)
  3. Somalia – Malawah (Somalian Sweet Pancakes)

 

15 thoughts on “21 Dishes from Around the World”

  1. What a wonderful compilation of recipes! I’m always looking to try a new and unique recipe, and this list gives me a great place to start

  2. I love tasting the flavours of the world without leaving home. This looks like a great list to eat through…and fun to make too. Something here for everyone.

  3. LOL – what a wonderfully random collection of cuisines! A great way to stretch yourself and try something new… And I”ve actually been looking for a recipe for Hungarian cabbage noodles – something I half remembered and couldn’t quite track down!

  4. This is a wonderful collection of recipes. We’re always looking for something new and different. You went to all the trouble of searching for us. I can’t wait to get started on some of the interesting dishes. Think we’ll start with the Mexican corn salad.

  5. That is great collection of recipes, I like explore the cuisine from the kitchen rather than going in plane and explore it. I am going to give it a try few of them.

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