Let’s take a look and hopefully make all of these eleven exceptional ethnic eats.
They are all so tasty. Let’s start with a mouth watering Moroccan chicken tagine. This recipe is a crowd pleaser. Lots of great spices unite to create an amazing flavor. The tagine is a traditional cooking vessel that dates back to the 9th century. The word comes from the Persian ta-chin a word that means ” in the bottom of the pan” Tagine cooking is also popular throughout the Middle East.
My daughter’s Vietnamese friend taught my family and I how to make this tasty dish. Pork braised in coconut milk is to die for. It goes best with rice, and a few greens. It helps that I love anything coconut.
This refreshing salad is just what you need to change things up a bit. Thai beef salad is a mixture of delicious herbs, like cilantro, and tasty greens. The shredded carrots, and sesame seeds add a bit of color to make a very pretty dish. The dressing that you see in the upper left is typical in Thai food.
All I can say is that this is one of my favorites. The Gruyere, bacon, and potatoes are a perfect combination. This is an easy recipe that you can definitely make for a weeknight meal. I’ve even taken leftovers to the office the next day. You need a bacon, gruyere, potato tart in your life.
The most wonderful thing about pasta apart from its many shapes, is how versatile it is. This orecchiette with arugula and shrimp is very easy to make. Perfect for a dinner party, or an intimate dinner at home.
Anything wrapped in a pasty, whether sweet or savory, has my name all over it. These Turkish pastries with a spicy meat filling inside go perfectly with a side of greens. Eat them also as a snack. These savory pastry gems are the perfect way to add ethnic flair to your meals. The food of Turkey is so versatile because of its geographical location, it is a bridge between east and west.
This is a food blanket, really! I love making French oven baked stew in the depths of winter; it’s comforting and nourishing. There’s a #secret ingredient in here, that just makes the stew. Once you taste it, you’ll make this recipe a regular at your table this winter.
So, how are you liking these eleven exceptional ethnic eats so far? Aren’t they yummy?
There’s this Middle Eastern restaurant in my town that makes a great shawarma. I was trying to copy it, but then decided to give it my own twist. Check it out! By the way, a shawarma is the Middle Eastern version of a taco.
Authentic Mexican Pork Carnitas are worth the wait. Yes, they take a while to cook, but happiness comes to those who wait. Tasty spices abound, especially my own chili powder blend.
My coworker Cariel gave me this recipe a few months ago. It’s one of her favorites. We were both enjoying lunch on the quad of the university where we both work. I love anything coconut, so this is right up my alley. Jamaican Toto rocks!
“May you live as long as you want,
And never want as long as you live.” Irish Proverb
And alas! We’ve come to end of this eleven exceptional ethnic eats post.
This Guinness stew will leave wanting more, it is so good. Again, this dish is like a food blanket. But don’t wait until St. Patrick’s Day to make it, make it now. Hearty, rich and utterly scrumptious. Slainte!
Make any of these exceptional ethnic eats soon; you will love all of them! Let me know how you like them.