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Regional Cusine Hunan Cuisine
by Vinu. Hunan cuisine shares many commonalities with its close, more well-known cousin, Szechwan cooking, Both cuisines originate in the Western region of China. The climate there is sub-tropical - humid and warm enough to encourage the use of fiery spices...
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Know more about Hunan cuisine.
by Touch92177. Hunan cuisine shares many commonalities with its close, more well-known cousin, Szechwan cooking, Both cuisines originate in the Western region of China. The climate there is sub-tropical - humid and warm enough to encourage the use of fiery spices...
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Regional Cuisine - Hunan Cuisine
by Singh H. Hunan cuisine shares many commonalities with its close, more well-known cousin, Szechwan cooking, Both cuisines originate in the Western region of China. The climate there is sub-tropical – humid and warm enough to encourage the use of fiery spices...
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Regional Cuisne Hunan Cuisine
by Singhh. Hunan cuisine shares many commonalities with its close, more well-known cousin, Szechwan cooking, Both cuisines originate in the Western region of China. The climate there is sub-tropical – humid and warm enough to encourage the use of fiery spices...
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biryani pulao
by Dr.jenny Hobson. What is Pulao?Pulao is actually word of Persian origin. In India, it is the corrupt Hindustani word is Pulav. Pilaf is another common name used in India.Historically, mutton was cooked in the water with aromatic spices. Once the meat was cooked,...
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Hyderabadi Biryani at Bombay Palace
by Jose. What you see – Right along the chaotic Lakdi-ka-Pul junction is The Hampshire Plaza hotel. The huge lobby leads to a corridor to the restaurant - Bombay Palace. The door resembles that of a palatial chamber. Inside is the small restaurant which has...
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Mutton Biryani
by Admin. Here is the recipe for Hyderabadi mutton biriyaniIngredients: Rice 1 kg, Mutton 1 kg, Cardamom 10 gms ,Cinnamon 10 gms, Cummin seed 10 gms, Cloves 10 gms, Ginger 40 gms, Garlic 20 gms, Green Chillies 100 gms, Fried Onion 50 gms, Coriander Leaves,...
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Filipino Food Alternatives to Junk Food
by Carlo Villamayor. You’re starving after a long day at work, but there’s nothing in the fridge. So you run to the nearest store and grab something to eat—a bag of chips, a candy bar, or a can of soda. This is what a typical afternoon is like for a lot of kids and...
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A Taste of the Middle East Turkish Cooking
by Guido Nussbaum. Turkish cooking reflects its geographical position set as it is half way between Asia and Europe. It is also influenced by history – the Ottaman Empire once extended from the borders of Germany as far as Bagdad, as far north as the edge of Poland...
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Traditional Turkish: Inimitable
by Robcarlton. Not a big shock, but coffee makers have been around basically since coffee has. The very first brewer was Turkish. It was called the Ibrik and it is a copper container, a long handle, and a grooved tongue all in one. It is still used to make coffee...
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Turkish Delight (lokum)
by Bigowner. Turkish Delight, and in turkish lokum, is a confection made from starch and sugar. It is often flavored with rosewater or lemon, or sometimes with lemon salt (citrate) the former giving it a characteristic pale pink or wyellow color. It has a soft,...
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Overview Of Traditional Turkish Cuisine
by H.silistre. Due to the great extent of the Ottoman Empire reaching from Europe to Africa and Middle East until a century ago, the traditional cuisine today still carries a touch of both the western and eastern cuisines. Most of the traditional food can be...
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Kerala cuisine : Feasting on Gods bounty
Kerala’s cusine is characterised by the use of ingredients extensively grown on its fertile lands along the coconut- fringed beaches, around the back waters and on the slopes of the Western Ghats. The back waters and the rivers feed the fertile...
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The Cooking Of Kerala
by Liz Canham. Kerala is situated on the South West coast of India right beside Tamil Nadu. The capital is Cochin with its bustling harbour lined with fishing nets and home to fishing boats of all shapes and sizes.Much of the architecture has been influenced by the...
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Kerala Cuisine
by Sanjoea. Kerala’s cusine is characterised by the use of ingredients extensively grown on its fertile lands along the coconut- fringed beaches, around the back waters and on the slopes of the Western Ghats. The back waters and the rivers feed the fertile...
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All-Filipino Desserts
by Carlo Villamayor. All Filipinos seem to be born with a sweet tooth, and most of us never really outgrow it. We’re never too old for a candy bar or a rich filled doughnut. That’s why desserts have always been a big part of Filipino cuisine. For many of us, a meal...
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Pastries in Filipino Cuisine
by Carlo Villamayor. Pastries in Filipino CuisineThere’s no better way to cap off a hearty Filipino meal than with something light and sweet for dessert. No, not ice cream or milkshakes, although those are great too—we’re talking about native Filipino desserts. If...
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Filipino Food Rice Toppings
by Carlo Villamayor. Rice has always been the staple food in Filipino cuisine, but until recently, plain and fried were the only varieties we knew. It was only a few years ago that we started playing around with rice recipes such as java, garlic, chili, and Chinese. But...
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Filipino Recipes for the Weight-Conscious
by Carlo Villamayor. We’ve always been known for our love of food, but for most people, that hearty appetite comes at a price. With our increasingly hectic lifestyles, there’s hardly any time to exercise or get fit. Add to that the fact that Filipino cuisine tends to...
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Getting Adventurous With Filipino Food
by Carlo Villamayor. When you think of Filipino food, the first thing that comes to mind is probably the usual fare: barbecue, kare-kare, bistek, or rice cakes. But we tend to forget the more interesting parts of Filipino cuisine, the foods we probably eat more often...
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Make Your Kids Love Filipino Food
by Carlo Villamayor. Feeding kids can be tricky: let them pick their food and they’ll choose junk, give them healthy food and they won’t touch it. If you’re a parent, you’re probably familiar with the tantrums that come with every meal. But it doesn’t have to...
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Time Saving Tips for Filipino Cooking Recipes
by Carlo Villamayor. Did you know the average Filipino spends more time commuting to and from work than eating? With our busy work schedules and fast-paced lifestyles, it can be really hard to find time to sit down for dinner, let alone shop and cook for it. Add to that...
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Filipino Food for Childrens Parties
by Carlo Villamayor. Ask any parent and they’re sure to agree: feeding kids can be a nightmare. It’s hard to find a balance between foods that are healthy and foods that they actually like. If you’re lucky, your child will have a number of favorite foods and refuse...
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Filipino Finger Foods
by Carlo Villamayor. There are few things worse than hosting a party and realizing that you’ve run out of food to serve. Filipinos are the world’s biggest foodies, and in this country, a party isn’t a party without a table overflowing with food. And in a place...
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Spicy Food "buntil" From Javanese Traditional Cuisine
by Rhadika. Here is one more unique food from Indonesia named "Buntil"Buntil Food was known as traditional spicy food from Java Island that are East Java, Central Java, Jogjakarta and West Java, but most famous at Central Java and East Java.Buntil word is the...
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