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Whether you start with fresh or frozen sugar snap peas, this recipe bursts with soy sauce and sesame flavor. Serve the snap peas hot as a side dish, or chilled for an Asian-inspired appetizer.
The perfect starter or side dish, this delicious salad offers the perfect combination of sweetness, tartness, and crunch.
A fragrant vegetable curry works well as a side dish, or as a main dish, served with rice.
Enjoy these Italian-inspired green beans as an easy and unique side dish any night of the week.
Baked ripe papaya halves hold a stir-fry of ham and sugar snap peas, in a light Asian-inspired sauce.
Inventive Southern cooks created this thick stew using whatever meats--pork, veal, beef, lamb, poultry, and even rabbit or squirrels--and fresh vegetables they had on hand. Typically made to serve a crowd, Burgoo is now firmly identified with Kentucky's regional cuisine.
Mole paste gives this festive bean dip a real depth of flavor and a hint of sweetness to balance the mild heat of the green chiles and the saltiness of the feta.
A traditional Newfoundland meal, comparable to Corned beef and cabbage. Newfoundland is Canada's easternmost province, and is an island in the Atlantic. Make sure that the split peas are securely tied into a cloth bag (pudding bag), a dish towel or cheesecloth, if they escape you will not have a dinner, you will have pea soup!!
The mole, spinach, and cheese filling of these enchiladas is colorful and makes for an attractive presentation when left unrolled to bake and serve.
This Brazilian pork stew features both pork tenderloin and chorizo sausage. My Brazilian friend makes this for me occasionally and it is fabulous!