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Cambodian Amok

Cambodian Amok

Amok is a national dish of Cambodia. The most common version is Amok Trey with fish in a fresh coconut sauce seasoned with lemongrass, galangal, and makrut limes. Typical vegetables are local green Nhor leaves which are slightly bitter. You can make this dish with your favorite protein and vegetables. You can even add fresh pineapples. ...
South African Bobotie

South African Bobotie

Bobotie is a popular South African dish. It was most likely influenced by the Malaysian and Dutch cuisine. The creamy meatloaf balances a sweet-sour-spicy flavor. Optionally, you can make it as a stir-fry in a pan. The spice blend contains dried mango called amchoor. Don't miss the apricot-ginger chutney. ...
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Chilean Pastel de Choclo

Chilean Pastel de Choclo

Pastel de choclo is a corn casserole that is popular throughout South America. The main layer is ‘pino’, ground meat fried with onions and typical South American spices. The corn is blended with fresh basil leaves and caramelized in the oven. Traditional fillings are olives and boiled eggs, and sometimes cooked chicken. As always, we kept it simple, and you can skip a layer or make it vegetarian. ...
South American Carne Asada

South American Carne Asada

Get a new favorite for your grill party with Mexican-Venezuelan carne asada. The tender meat with a tangerine-chipotle flavor is served with the king of salsas. In Venezuela, there is no BBQ without guasacaca sauce. Optionally, serve carne asada over fries with rich toppings. This variation has its origin in San Diego, California. ...
Persian Ghormeh Sabzi

Persian Ghormeh Sabzi

Ghormeh sabzi is a very popular Persian stew made with herbs, beans, and often lamb. The spice kit includes two ingredients that create the extraordinary flavor of this aromatic dish: Persian dried limes aka Omani limes and fenugreek leaves also called methi. Crush some leaves in your hand and note the scent of caramel. ...
Indian Mulligatawny

Indian Mulligatawny

Originally, Mulligatawny was a hot pepper sauce served with rice. It became very popular as a soup during the British colonial era in India. Today it is the national soup of India, and still very popular in England. There are many different versions. Try this one with tamarind as a main ingredient of the spice blend and add as much pepper as you like. ...
French Ratatouille

French Ratatouille

Ratatouille is a famous vegetable stew from Provence, a French region that spreads along the southern Mediterranean coast. The seasoning Herbes de Provence includes a not so common herb: European hyssop. This 'holy herb’ has a minty, slightly bitter, but pleasurable taste, different from North American anise hyssop. ...
Italian Lasagne in Padella

Italian Lasagne in Padella

The name Lasagna, or Italian Lasagne, is derived from the Ancient Greek word ‘Laganon’ which refers to a flat dough. Lasagna is #11 on the world's best food list voted by CNN readers. Make the tomato sauce ahead of time and cook this delicious comfort food with layers of ricotta, kale, and mozzarella on any weeknight quick and easy in a pan ("in padella"). ...