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Any good recipes from your family/culture that you would like to share?
One of my favorite things to do is to try different foods: breads, dishes, desserts, snacks, etc., from different cultures and backgrounds. I have noticed that there are many, many people on hubpages from different countries or from different cultural backgrounds and I would love for you to share your favorite dish or food memory from chlldhood, or comfort food experience that you love, from your background. If you have written a recipe hub on something already, please share the link to your hub! I am very excited to see what wonderfully different foods are out there!
This is a fritter recipe using black eyed peas. It was originally from Africa but the slaves in my area were given little plots of land they could cultivate and black eyed peas were one of the few crops that would produce enough to maintain a family. The black eyed pea dough is fried in dendê (palm) oil, and is really declicious.
The filling is made with okra, cashews and shrimp.
The fritters are called "Acarajé", the main filling is called "vatapa", and the okra filling is called "caruru".
If you want to try this, be warned that it is A LOT of work! They are really great though and worth the effort.
http://drmark1961.hubpages.com/hub/Eati … -of-Brazil
Sweet and sour red fish is a common hit among the chinese culture. Easy to cook and you could even have it with plain rice without any side dishes.
http://peachpurple.hubpages.com/hub/Red … uce-Recipe
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