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    My Food Odyssey Cookbook

    This cookbook contains all the recipes submitted for all the regions we have already visited: Islamic Republic of Afghanistan; Republic of Albania; The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria; American Samoa (an unincorporated territory of the United States of America); Principality of Andorra; Republic of Angola;
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    1 Reviews |  By CJAY

    This is from alohaworld.com. I'm posting it for ZWT7-South Pacific. Note: The weight of the bean thread is a guess. Just use 4 regular sized packages. New Zealand corned beef was specified but any canned product will work.

    Recipe #457903

    Most Albanian desserts trace their roots from either Turkey or Greece. Along with Sheqerpare, a guest in an Albanian home may be offered Turkish coffee and raki, a clear, strong brandy made from grapes. From the cookbook "The Best of Albanian Cooking" submitted for "My Food Odyssey"

    Recipe #501553

    Spain is quite famous for its seafood stews, and Shrimp Zarzuela reflects this culinary heritage. Golden Spanish olive oil, unique sherry wine vinegar, sweet paprika and fragrant saffron are the Spanish flavors that give this one-pot meal its character. The traditional seafood dishes of Spain use a variety of shellfish from the Mediterranean Sea; we simplified the recipe by focusing on ever-popular shrimp. Round out this meal by serving a premiere cheese from Spain, such as Manchego or Cabrales. From Foods of Spain.

    Recipe #229043

    Prep Time:10 min Start to Finish:8 hr 10 min Makes:2 servings

    Recipe #196296

    For all those vegetarians this is an excellent snack, made out of soya granules, and tastes just like the original kababs.

    Recipe #392048

    An authentic Afghanistan tea recipe from bodhileaves blog.

    Recipe #501634

    Qabili Palau is the national dish of Afghanistan! It's also not very vegan. It's usually made with chicken, lamb or both. This isn't very traditional, so substituting some delicious spice marinated tofu - not because it was authentic, but because it is incredibly delicious! This says 4 servings but with 3 cups of uncooked rice, it serves more. From Gormandize.

    Recipe #499371

    2 Reviews |  By Coasty

    Anything with tapioca and you've got me. Sourced from village.1samoana.com

    Recipe #458458

    Posting for the ZWT 5 Times are approximate For the Spanish area. Catalan cooks from the rugged seacoast areas near Barcelona, Spain make this very soupy fish-and-potato stew with the catch of the day, usually some kind of white fish. Roughly translated, suquet means "juice" or "juicy." From Cooking Light

    Recipe #369958

    This is really tasty. I serve this dish with a plain Balkan (thick) yogurt and a fresh salad for a delicious meal. Modified from The Compleate Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #388929

    5 Reviews |  By awalde

    Tender chicken dish. Serve with rice and if you like top with roasted coconut flakes. Found online and posted for ZWT7.

    Recipe #457841

    Like Lebanese cuisine, Iranian cuisine includes a plethora of different pickled vegetables - pickled cucumbers, pickled cauliflower, pickled eggplant, pickled garlic, pickled onions and pickled carrots. They're quite strong so serve them as a side dish with a meal - but be warned, they will made your meal incredibly special and very zingy. From Gormandize.

    Recipe #499397

    I love this recipe! It's cheap, delicious and fast to prepare. It comes from an old boyfriend's mum. She is Samoan and a great cook. As this is a Samoan recipe, you can bet it's going to feed a small army.

    Recipe #459380

    One of the islands that makes up Samoa is called "American Samoa". Chop suey is not a Chinese dish! It's an American Chinese dish, and, apparently - a Samoan staple! From Gormandize.

    Recipe #499370

    This is a vegetarian version of a traditional Albanian dish. It makes a tasty side and is delicious served with yogurt, which is commonly eaten in Albanian meals. You can use any mushrooms you want, but the stronger tasting ones are better. Spice to taste, I like more red pepper than the Albanians probably do. Adapted from 20 Albanian Recipes and submitted for My Food Odyssey.

    Recipe #500060

    The national dish of Andorra made vegan. A lovely soup with summer vegetables. A traditional summer recipe from the Balearic Islands. You can use marjoram instead of oregano. Andorra is located in the eastern Pyrenees mountains and bordered by Spain and France.

    Recipe #499904

    Oven fish dish, serve with french bread, garlick butter and lots of wine!

    Recipe #10250

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