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    ZWT6 Denmark. No access to a Danish supermarket? No problem! You'll likely need to find a substitute for the dark Danish bread (�rugbrød�) that most Danish sandwiches are made with. Your best bet is to buy the darkets, heaviest bread sold at your local bakery. Be sure to slice it thinly when making the sandwiches. F.com's Deantini gives us tips including purchasing the dark rye bread at most larger supermarkets in Canada which is often called 'vollkornbread' or 'pumpernickel bread', both are acceptable substitutions. Noting a egg/shrimp combo can also be served on white bread - as quite acceptable ;). Recipe from http://www.thecopenhagenreport.com.

    Recipe #424895

    ZWT7, Italy. This simple dish can be served as breakfast, as a snack at any time, or as an accompaniment to lunch or dinner. It can be embellished with a topping of anchovies, or cheese.

    Recipe #370026

    Derived from the Spanish spelling of the Quechua name, kinwa or occasionally "Qin-wah", Quinoa originated in the Andean region of South America, where it was successfully domesticated 3000 to 4000 years ago for human consumption. Raw diet here I come!!!! Found on http://rawgirl2.blogspot.com.

    Recipe #430293

    This is an easy delicious sauce to have with Gulf Arabian dishes, particularly common served with fish or chicken. Basically my SIL's style daqoos.

    Recipe #474978

    A simple Middle Eastern breakfast dish something like fried tomatoes. I learned the basics of this from my SIL.

    Recipe #466206

    ZWT7 Africa. Tomato is a very popular staple and foodstuff in Africa. The tamarind is used in cooking as well. In southern Kenya, the Swahili people use it to garnish legumes and also make juices. In Madagascar, its fruits and leaves are a well-known favorite of the ring-tailed lemurs, providing as much as 50% of their food resources during the year if available. In northern Nigeria, it is used with millet powder to prepare kunun tsamiya a traditional breakfast item. Here pared with tomatoes and a little spice this would work wonderfully with other African dishes. Recipe from Contributor, Elinoar Moore on www.inmamaskitchen.com.

    Recipe #417344

    "Salata is always light and crunchy, making it a perfect counterpoint to Afghan cuisine’s heavier dishes. Some Afghan cooks consider it a point of pride when the diced vegetables are small and uniform in size. The result reminds a little of a colorful bowl of confetti. For those in Afghanistan who can afford fresh vegetables, salata is a staple on the Afghan table. If you can’t get your hands on any decent tomatoes, hang onto the recipe until you can." Modified recipe off http://www.afghancooking.net by Humaira Ghilzai and Katie Morford.

    Recipe #435969

    A traditional Middle Eastern salad served all the way to Sudan. It's simple and DH likes it a lot since he likes mushrooms. Modified from a recipe found on allrecipes.com posted by IMANKAY. Note: Sumac is available as a ground spice in Middle Eastern markets, it comes from the dried berries of a shrub that grows wild in Mediterranean. The taste is sour, fruity and astringent.

    Recipe #436995

    Tasty. Chicken with spiced yellow rice & a nice tomato sauce or if you are tomato free serve it with Recipe #359835 used to replace the tomato puree. Modified from http://arabicbites.blogspot.com

    Recipe #374039

    A completely delicious dish of fish baked in a sweet-sour sauce flavored with pomegranate & citrus. Perfect served over recipe#443553. Modified from a recipe found on http://desertcandy.blogspot.com

    Recipe #443922

    This is delicious served with rice dishes as a sauce or it can be used in other tomato sauce ways such as adding seasoned cooked ground beef and serving over pasta like I do as well. Modified from The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos.

    Recipe #387327

    This is good with a fresh salad on the side. "Fish kabsa is a dish coming from the cities that border the sea and gulf in Saudi Arabia. Any white fish fillet that you may like would work well in this recipe." Modified from a recipe found on yasalamcooking.com.

    Recipe #459693

    ZWT6 Asia, South India/Sri Lanka. Here is what the original poster says about this dish, "This recipe traces its origin to the southern coastal region of Tamil Nadu. I got this charming recipe from a fish selling person (who regularly supplies fish to my father's house) and I love it because of its simplicity." http://elitefoods.blogspot.com. There is a lovely picture of it there.

    Recipe #424019

    Flavourful & delicious along with rice dishes such as recipe#387395 or recipe#420598 adding beef and using cooked chopped green beans instead of carrots or recipe#252558. A recipe modified from http://www.recipesbyrachel.com

    Recipe #467221

    This is good. Enjoy with naan bread, Basmati rice such as Recipe #206772 or pita bread and a green salad. Recipe modified from http://arabicbites.blogspot.com

    Recipe #390844

    Really good. From The Complete Middle East Cookbook By Tess Mallos. This is really nice served with Recipe #322921.

    Recipe #387331

    ZWT6 Scottish & British. Containing marmite first produced in the United Kingdom. Meat pies are available from chip (french fry) shops. 5 stars on http://www.taste.com.au

    Recipe #370106

    This is good especially with Recipe #443553 or Recipe #418082. Originally from, The Complete Middle East Cookbook by Tess Mallos, Gulf States section.

    Recipe #418079

    This is good. Thai red rice is unmilled (like brown rice) and takes longer to cook than polished rice like jasmine. However, because the grains are slender, they cook more quickly than other unmilled rices and use less water. Use a heavy-bottomed pot with a tight-fitting lid to ensure the steam is retained in the pot during cooking. One cup raw rice yields about 3 cups cooked rice. Measurements and times vary according to rice type, so follow the package directions. Find red rice at Asian markets or specialty markets, or substitute brown rice.

    Recipe #393898

    We really enjoy this, masha Allah (praise be to God). This is a traditional dish of the United Arab Emirates. It can be made with meat, fish and shrimp as well, cooking times adjusted. It says it is always served with radishes, freshly sliced onion, sliced limes and dates though I can't testify to the authenticity of that I added raisins to the dish and did not serve dates but with sliced limes and sometimes a radish salad and Recipe #387327. I modified this off of http://www.fahad.com/Dishes which is said to be originally from The Complete United Arab Emirates Cookbook by Celia Ann Brock- Al Ansari. I really did have to figure out the original recipe on my own though as it was poorly written.

    Recipe #404849

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