Roasted Salmon with Lemon and Dill

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Roasted salmon with lemon and dill is a healthy, simple meal to make and is just perfect for those with a busy lifestyle. Containing just a few ingredients, all of which are easy to source, here is a dish that should become a regular fixture for those trying to put more fish in their diet, as well as Omega 3 fatty acids. Salmon is not endemic to Tasmania nor the rest of Australia. However, Tasmania has made the most of … Read More

Authentic Cambodian Fish Amok Recipe

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Cambodian fish amok is the national dish of Cambodia, and for very good reason. Deliciously creamy and mild when compared to neighboring Thailand’s curries, this is one of the best traditional Cambodian food recipes! Concerned about sourcing ingredients for such an exotic cuisine? You shouldn’t be. If you enjoy making and eating Thai or Vietnamese food, then you will surely enjoy and know how to make Cambodian food. Cambodia is squeezed in between Thailand and Vietnam so there is a … Read More

The Best Green Peppercorn Beef Celebrating Kampot Pepper

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Green peppercorn beef is a classic, Cambodian, stir fry. It is simple to make, using easy to source ingredients. The dish features green peppercorns and was inspired as a result of our visit to to Kep and nearby Kampot, in southern Cambodia. Green peppercorn beef provides a sublime window into the fabulous world of Cambodian cuisine. There is surprisingly little known about Cambodian cuisine. Its nearby neighbors, Thailand and Vietnam steal all of its thunder. But if you enjoy Thai … Read More

Authentic Stuffed Cabbage Rolls from Bulgaria an Easy Dinner

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Authentic cabbage rolls from Bulgaria are easy to make and are a guaranteed way to give some great taste to a vegetable that is exceedingly healthy but is often much-maligned. Traditional Bulgarian food at its best and true comfort food! Lightly-spiced, ground meat is enveloped with cabbage leaves and then slow-cooked in a tomato-based sauce to permit all of the flavors to develop. You basically end up with steamed cabbage rolls, a very healthy cooking methods. Add a little refreshing … Read More

Spotlight on Potatoes with Bulgarian Moussaka

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The moussaka I grew up with featured eggplant as the main ingredient and came topped with a béchamel source. But that would be moussaka of the Greek variety. Love potatoes? Want a moussaka that is lighter? How about Bulgarian moussaka featuring potato and yogurt? Lighter than its Greek cousin and fabulous if eggplants are not to your taste or out of season, Bulgarian moussaka can be comfortably consumed in summer if you are looking for some comfort food. The topping … Read More

How to Make Uruguay’s Golden Veal Milanesa

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Today we feature one of Uruguay’s most popular menu choices, Veal Milanesa. Easy to make and always popular with children and adults alike, who doesn’t like the delightful, golden crumbing coating over a great piece of veal? Typically served with fries/chips and a salad, no wonder it is such a popular choice at many restaurants in Uruguay. Just as popular is the chicken version, made with a chicken fillet. Veal Milanesa (Spanish spelling) is suspiciously like Veal Schnitzel from Austria … Read More

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