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The Taste of Aussie by The Cook - 12h ago

This is a marvelous relish to serve with hot dogs or sausages, and also makes an excellent addition to tuna, ham, or chicken salad.
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Tajadas are a dish of fried plantains that are sliced diagonally. It is a typical food of Caribbean and South American countries
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Put the oatmeal away, it's time for quinoa porridge. Try this superfood packed porridge for breakfast tomorrow and feel the burst of energy.
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The Taste of Aussie by The Cook - 3d ago

An Israeli breakfast is a distinctive style of breakfast that originated on the Israeli collective farm called a kibbutz, and is now served at most hotels in Israel and many restaurants.
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Pyttipanna is a hodgepodge of food similar to a hash. The dish was originally made from leftovers of past meals but now it is far more common to prepare pyttipanna from prime ingredients.
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The Taste of Aussie by The Cook - 4d ago

Rumbledethumps is a traditional dish from the Scottish Borders, the main ingredients being potato, cabbage and onion.
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Try this delicious Thai dish of pork and green beans with a lovely gravy served with rice. Quick, easy, and tasty.
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A simple and popular Thai hot and sour soup, Tom Yam Kung is one of the best known of all Thai foods. Lemongrass, galangal, and kaffir lime leaves are essential ingredients for this soup and are what really gives tom yum its flavour, and without them you would not have a complete dish.
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This Thai cooking paste (chilli jam) is great in stir fries and makes an excellent base for tom yum soup. You might also try adding some to a salad dressings, or blend it with coconut milk and cook chicken or seafood.
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This is a full flavoured stock that can be used in any Thai recipe when required. Chicken is the most versatile although pork, beef, or fish can be used depending on the dish being cooked.
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