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Paraguay: Payagua Mascada (Lampreado)

Payaguá mascada, also known as lampreado or lambreado, is a typical dish of Paraguayan cuisine, which is also found in the region bordering northeaste...
25-05-2018 21:55

Paraguay: Kosereva

Kosereva is a sweet dessert from Paraguay made of apepu sour orange peels, sugar, and molasses. The preserved orange rings are a mixture of sweet and ...
22-05-2018 21:51

Paraguay: Reviro

In the Guarani villages of the province of Misiones, there is a typical and almost exclusive food of the department of Alto Paraná, one of the 17 depa...
22-05-2018 21:51

Paraguay: Bife Koygua

Bife koygua is a beef stew from Paraguay made with beef steak, onion, tomato, and spices. The dish is an example of a typical meat stew made in the la...
21-05-2018 21:54

Paraguay: Sopa Paraguaya

No, sopa paraguaya is not a soup! It is a traditional cheesy cornbread recipe from Paraguay. History of sopa paraguaya Indeed, sopa paraguaya is anyth...
21-05-2018 21:54

Paraguay: Mbejú

Mbejú (or mbeyú) is a traditional dish of Paraguay and northern Argentina. I was as intrigued by its granular appearance as how quick it is to prepare...
20-05-2018 21:54

Paraguay: Dulce de Mamón

We are headed to Paraguay and northeastern Argentina for the ultimate dessert of the region: dulce de mamón, or papaya in syrup. Do you know about the...
18-05-2018 21:58

Paraguay: Kivevé

Paraguay is a bilingual country where Spanish and Guarani (the native language) are widely spoken in various parts of the country. The present Paragua...
17-05-2018 21:54

Paraguay: Pastel Mandi?ó (Empanada de Mandioca)

Pastel mandi’ó is a delicious snack made from corn flour, cassava (yuca) and a stuffing usually prepared with beef. Aesthetically, they look like th...
13-05-2018 21:52

Paraguay: Asado

On Independence Day, which falls on May 14th and May 15th, thousands of Paraguayans huddle around outdoor pits, ovens and grills to slowly cook themse...
13-05-2018 21:52

Paraguay: Tortilla Paraguaya

Today, we are headed to Paraguay for a tortilla paraguaya, which should not be confused with Mexican tortilla! The famous Mexican tortilla, a pillar o...
11-05-2018 21:54

Paraguay: Tereré

Tereré, the national drink of Paraguay, is similar to an iced herbal tea, except it’s made with cold water right off the bat, rather than brewed wit...
09-05-2018 21:55

Paraguay: Puchero Paraguayo

The cuisine of Paraguay is varied. It has a Neolithic origin, with the presence of Tupi-Guarani ethnic groups, also influenced by Spanish and Italian ...
06-05-2018 21:57

Paraguay: Soyo

Soyo is a hearty and invigorating soup typical of Paraguayan cuisine. It is found throughout the country at home around the family or in casual restau...
05-05-2018 21:52

Interview with Chef Miguel Figueredo (El Bolsi)

Chef Miguel Figueredo is the Paraguayan culinary expert on 196 flavors. Miguel Figueredo started his career as a kitchen assistant in the restaurant a...
05-05-2018 21:52

Portugal: Broa de Milho

I am sharing with you today another Portuguese bread that emblematic of Portuguese gastronomy: broa de milho. This traditional Portuguese bread is a t...
04-05-2018 21:50

Paraguay: Pira Caldo

Fish soups have been made since early times. Some soups are served with large chunks of fish or vegetables left in the liquid, while a broth is a flav...
04-05-2018 21:50

Portugal: Bolinhos de Bacalhau

Bolinhos de bacalhau (salt cod cakes) are one of the most popular bacalhau (salt cod) recipes and definitely the most common bacalhau appetizer in Por...
01-05-2018 21:56

Portugal: Bolo Do Caco

You will never visit Madeira without tasting the ubiquitous Madeiran recipe: bolo do caco! It is called “the Pearl of the Atlantic” or, quite righ...
01-05-2018 21:56

Portugal: Sardinhas Assadas

Sardinhas assadas are a classic grilled sardines dish that is a traditional food from Portugal. This dish is a popular festival favorite and includes ...
30-04-2018 21:59

Portugal: Bolinhos de Mel

Do you sometimes feel like nibbling something as a snack but not necessarily a big piece of cake" Portugal is not just about pasteis de nata when it c...
30-04-2018 21:59

Portugal: Natas do Céu

Natas do céu ? literally “cream of the sky” but more commonly referred to as “heavenly cream” or “cream from heaven” ? is a deliciously sw...
28-04-2018 21:48

Portugal: Arroz de Pato

Arroz de pato is a traditional Portuguese dish. It can literally be translated to “duck rice”. The recipe is typical of the region of Alentejo, wh...
27-04-2018 21:52

Portugal: Bacalhau Espiritual

Bacalhau espiritual is a comforting Portuguese casserole prepared with salt cod, carrot, bread, Bechamel sauce and topped with cheese that is melted a...
27-04-2018 21:52

Portugal: Pão Alentejano

There are places in the world where eating well is a just part of the culture. Alentejo, a region of Portugal covering much of the south of the countr...
26-04-2018 21:50

Portugal: Salame de Chocolate

Salame de chocolate (or chocolate salami) is a Portuguese dessert specialty prepared with chocolate, biscuits, butter and eggs. Sometimes, port wine o...
22-04-2018 21:49

Portugal: Pão de Deus

Pão de Deus, the bread of God (heavenly bread), also called arrufada or estaladinho is one of the most typical Portuguese buns traditionally eaten on ...
21-04-2018 21:49

Portugal: Bacalhau à Brás

Bacalhau à Brás (cod à la Brás), also known as bacalhau dourado (golden bacalhau) is a traditional Portuguese dish prepared with shredded, salted cod,...
21-04-2018 21:49

Portugal: Açorda

Açorda is a typical simple Portuguese meal, which is made from a handful of basic ingredients: eggs, bread, olive oil, garlic, cilantro, water, and sa...
19-04-2018 21:53

Portugal: Arroz de Grelos

It is a known fact that Asian countries are the rice bowl of the world. But, there are also few European countries like Italy, Spain and Portugal wher...
18-04-2018 22:00

Portugal: Bolo de Bolacha

Here is a typical coffee cake from Portugal! Bolo de bolacha is a cake that is very easy to make, and that just requires a little rest before it can b...
14-04-2018 21:54

Portugal: Rissóis de Camarão

Rissóis (singular rissol) are small, savory fried turnovers from Portugal. These half-moon shaped croquettes are usually filled with shrimp – rissói...
13-04-2018 21:52

Eritrea: Zigni

Zigni is the main traditional dish of Eritrean cuisine. It is a beef stew in tomato sauce flavored with berbere, this rather hot spice blend that acco...
13-04-2018 21:52

Portugal: Bifana

Bifana is a traditional Portuguese sandwich. It is prepared with papo seco (a Portuguese bread roll) and very thin marinated pork cutlets, on which th...
12-04-2018 21:55

Portugal: Sopa de Grão de Bico

  Sopa de grão de bico is a deliciously filling chickpea soup from Portugal that?s super easy to make. Flavorful root vegetables add to the soup?s hea...
12-04-2018 21:55

Portugal: Bitoque

Grilled steak and fried eggs usually exist at opposite sides of the dining spectrum. One conjures images of plush rooms with well-heeled businessmen a...
11-04-2018 21:56

Portugal: Polvo à Lagareiro

Polvo à lagareiro is a quintessentially Portuguese seafood dish featuring a boiled and baked octopus with smashed potatoes in a herbed garlic oil. Pol...
10-04-2018 21:52

Portugal: Alheira

It is in northeastern Portugal, in the regions of Trás-os-Montes and Beira Alta, that alheira, a traditional homemade sausage, that typically represen...
08-04-2018 21:54

Portugal: Feijoada à Transmontana

There is an Old Portuguese proverb that says, “Of soup and love, the first is the best.” In Portugal, what doesn?t go into soups is a shorter list...
07-04-2018 21:52

Portugal: Bolo de Laranja

Grandmothers’ orange cakes are the best! And today, it is the traditional Portuguese version of the orange cake that is in the spotlight. It is call...
06-04-2018 21:55

Portugal: Amêijoas à Bulhão Pato

Amêijoas à Bulhão Pato are one of the specialties of the city of Lisbon. It is an appetizer or a main dish that is offered in most restaurants of the ...
05-04-2018 21:56

Interview with Chef Alexandre Silva

Chef Alexandre Silva is the Portuguese culinary expert on 196 flavors. Chef Alexandre Silva?s career began in 2007 as an Executive Chef at the Bocca r...
05-04-2018 21:56

Tunisia: Merguez

Today, we are headed to the Maghreb for the recipe of homemade merguez, the most popular sausage of North Africa. Where do merguez come from" Merguez,...
03-04-2018 21:54

Tunisia: Akod

Akod or akoud is an ancestral dish and the epitome of Tunisian Jewish cuisine. Any Tunisian Jew will never receive you at his table for a royal kemia ...
02-04-2018 22:00

Tunisia: Tunisian Sabayon

Tunisian sabayon is a delicious specialty from the North African country. It is often served as a dessert and accompanied by fresh fruits or pastries....
01-04-2018 21:58

Portugal: Folar da Pascoa

Good bye Tunisia and thank you for the wonderful, exotic food you wowed us with last month. Hello Portugal! We are arriving in Portugal just in time t...
01-04-2018 21:58

Tunisia: Tajine el Bey

Tunisian tajine should not be confused with Moroccan tajine that is more familiar to a number of us, and that is cooked and presented in the dish of t...
31-03-2018 21:56

Tunisia : Mhalbiya

Mhalbiya (????????) is a Tunisian rice pudding dessert dish made from white rice and flavored with geranium water and vanilla, and topped with crushed...
31-03-2018 21:56

Tunisia: Felfel Mehchi

Felfel mehchi is a stuffed pepper dish from Tunisia made with bull’s horn bell peppers stuffed with ground beef, cheese, vegetables, and spices, and...
31-03-2018 21:56

Tunisia: Ojja (Shakshuka) with Merguez

Some call it ojja, others call it shakshuka, shakshouka, shakshoukeh, jazz-mazz, or makhlama. Here is a dish that appears in the hit parade of Tunisia...
30-03-2018 21:55

Tunisia: Ghraiba Homs

Ah, the famous Tunisian ghraibas homs! Along with samsas, ghraïbas are my favorite North African pastries. These delicious pastries are similar to man...
30-03-2018 21:55

Tunisia: Lemonade (Citronnade)

Freshly squeezed juices, especially from the citrus fruits are quite common and most beloved in Tunisia. Summers are indispensable without huge contai...
29-03-2018 22:00

Tunisia: Krima Tounsiya

Krima tounsiya is a deliciously creamy custard-type Tunisian dessert, flavored with rose, geranium, or orange flower water, and often elaborately deco...
29-03-2018 22:00

Tunisia: Debla (Ouedhnine el Kadhi)

Who has already tasted deblas" These delicious Tunisian pastries coated with honey syrup are addictive! Once you start eating them, you just can not s...
28-03-2018 21:57

Tunisia: Tunisian Couscous

Couscous is a staple in most Maghreb cuisines. It is known as the national dish in Tunisia, but also in Algeria and Morocco, as well as Mauritania and...
24-03-2018 21:57

Tunisia: Brick à l’Oeuf (Egg Brick)

A great classic of North African cuisine today: bricks! These delicacies that are stuffed then fried are popular throughout the Mediterranean and beyo...
23-03-2018 21:58

Tunisia: Nikitouches

Nikitouches! One of the most delicious recipes of Tunisian Jewish cuisine, a true grandmother’s recipe! Those recipes are all simple, old-fashioned ...
21-03-2018 21:57

Tunisia: Fricassé

To all the lovers of Tunisia and its unique kemia (assortment of appetizers), how could we forget the fricassés" How can we feature banatage, brik, mi...
20-03-2018 22:00

Tunisia: Mbatten Brouklou

There are a several ways to make mbatten brouklou; at their simplest, they are cauliflower florets dipped into batter, and deep-fried… or you can ma...
19-03-2018 21:59

Tunisia: Tajine Maadnous

Tajine maadnous is a Tunisian egg cake made of meat, cheese, bread crumbs, onion, parsley, tomato, and turmeric. Tunisian tajines are similar to a qui...
19-03-2018 21:59

Tunisia: Samsa

Samsa is a very popular Tunisian pastry, just as popular as other famous North African pastries like debla, makroud, yoyo, griwech, zlabia, or harisse...
19-03-2018 21:59

Tunisia: Farfoucha

Tunisian farfoucha is a deliciously hearty dish of fragrant steamed couscous and fennel leaves with a rich and spicy tomato-based vegetable stew. Fenn...
16-03-2018 21:54

Tunisia: Bjawia

Bjawia (or bjaouia) is a Tunisia dessert prepared with roasted dried fruits that deliver all their aromas in a soft syrup to form a divine bite-size p...
16-03-2018 21:54

Tunisia: Minina

Minina, one of the greatest classics of Jewish cuisine in North Africa, has many names, including meguina, makoud, ma’akoud, m’hmer, or just Jewis...
15-03-2018 21:57

Tunisia: Batata Bel Kamoun

I was secretly waiting for 196 flavors to make a stopover in North Africa in their culinary journey across the globe. I am therefore delighted that Tu...
15-03-2018 21:57

Tunisia: Ajlouk Qura’a (Zucchini Ajlouk)

Across the world, the Mediterranean belt is popular for its lip smacking culinary specialities. While the Levant region is famed for falafel, hummus, ...
13-03-2018 21:55

Tunisia: Harissa

Harissa is a Tunisian hot chili paste, which is sometimes described as “Tunisia?s main condiment”. Bright red in color, it is served with most mea...
12-03-2018 21:56

Tunisia: Gnaouia

Ah gnaouia, this unmissable dish that is present on all Tunisian tables! I can’t even believe that it took almost 600 recipes published on 196 flavo...
11-03-2018 21:55

Tunisia: Chebtiya

Chebtiya (or chebtia) is a typical Tunisian recipe. These are meatballs (bnadeks) that can be enjoyed by themselves, with a sauce or over couscous. Th...
11-03-2018 21:55

Tunisia: Yoyos (Youyous)

Middle Eastern and North African cuisines are very rich in pastries. These pastries are often prepared with almonds and honey or honey syrup. The yoyo...
10-03-2018 21:53

Tunisia: Rouz Jerbi (Djerbian Rice)

Rouz jerbi or Djerbian rice originates from Djerba, an island on the Tunisian coast known for its infinite and sublime beaches and white houses. This ...
10-03-2018 21:53

Tunisia: Dwida Mfawra (Steamed Vermicelli)

When we talk about Tunisian cuisine, we speak mostly about couscous and shakshouka, which is a shame because the Tunisian cuisine is rich and varied. ...
10-03-2018 21:53

Tunisia: Lablabi

Lablabi, or Lablebi, is a Tunisian soup, traditionally eaten for breakfast. It is a hearty meal, containing chickpeas that are in a flavored thin soup...
06-03-2018 21:54

Tunisia: Banatages

Some grandmothers will call them banatages, others banataches! Welcome to Tunisia for one of the most traditional recipes, which is also a very popula...
05-03-2018 21:54

Tunisia: Mermez

Every country has its own version of a classic stew or its own form of comfort food, whether it is eaten on hot summer days or during the cold winter ...
04-03-2018 21:52

Interview with Chef Mounir Arem

Chef Mounir Arem is the Tunisian culinary expert on 196 flavors. Mounir Arem grew up with the flavors of his mom’s cooking. This mathematician by ed...
04-03-2018 21:52

Sri Lanka: Pol Sambol (Coconut Sambol)

Pol sambol (coconut sambol) is a traditional Sri Lankan condiment prepared with freshly grated coconut. It is most often used as an accompaniment with...
02-03-2018 21:51

Sri Lanka: Thala Guli

Thala guli (?? ????), gingelly balls, gingelly rolls, thala bola, thala kerali! Several names for one delicious recipe, no white sugar and no gluten. ...
01-03-2018 21:55

Sri Lanka: Kalu Dodol

Kalu dodol is a dark, almost gel-like candy, made from jaggery, coconut milk, and rice flour, which is said to have been brought to Sri Lanka by immig...
28-02-2018 21:53

Sri Lanka: Lunu Dehi

Towards the end of the Sri Lankan culinary journey, we have the most sought out accompaniment from the island. Sri Lankan cuisine is known for its fie...
28-02-2018 21:53

Sri Lanka: Kaju Maluwa (Cashew Curry)

Kaju maluwa (cashew nut curry) is a traditional Sri Lankan recipe that families have passed down through the generations and its flavor profile is sim...
27-02-2018 21:53

Sri Lanka: Rabu Curry (White Radish Curry)

Rabu curry is a traditional white radish and onion coconut curry recipe from Sri Lanka, a tiny island nation off the southeast coast of India. This si...
27-02-2018 21:53

Sri Lanka: Parippu Curry

Parippu curry or dhal curry! Do you like Sri Lankan cuisine" Lentils" Coconut milk" Welcome to 196 flavors and all its culinary discoveries! Parippu c...
27-02-2018 21:53

Sri Lanka: Baabath Curry (Tripe Curry)

Although they are not the most widely appreciated and are often criticized, tripes are excellent pieces to cook. If some chefs have learned how to sub...
25-02-2018 21:51

Sri Lanka: Appam (Appa)

Appam (appa) is a type of bowl-shaped thin pancake prepared with a fermented batter composed of rice (or rice flour) and coconut milk. It is very popu...
22-02-2018 21:50

Sri Lanka: Kaju Aluwa

Sri Lankan kaju aluwa is a fragrantly spiced, nutty sweetmeat which is often eaten during Sinhalese New Year celebrations. It’s also known as Sri La...
21-02-2018 21:52

Sri Lanka: Kiri Aluwa (Milk Toffee)

Kiri aluwa (milk toffee or kiri toffee) is a delicacy that is originally from Sri Lanka. Kids and adults love it! And it is easy to understand why. Th...
21-02-2018 21:52

Sri Lanka: Wattalapan

Wattalapan (??????), one of the most popular desserts of Sri Lanka, is a sort of relatively dense flan with an incredibly silky texture, whose scents ...
19-02-2018 21:50

Sri Lanka: Idiyappam (String Hoppers)

Idiyappam is a traditional Sri Lankan and South Indian specialty consisting of rice flour (or finger millet flour called kurakkan ragi flour) that is ...
17-02-2018 21:50

Sri Lanka: Kiribath

Generally, milk and rice symbolize prosperity and abundance in many South East Asian culture.In Sri Lanka, coconut milk boiling over a clay pot on fir...
16-02-2018 21:52

Sri Lanka: Lunu Miris

Lunu miris is a spicy sauce, also known as a sambol paste, from Sri Lanka that is made from red onion, chili powder, crushed red pepper, smoked and dr...
16-02-2018 21:52

Sri Lanka: Kiri Hodi

Kiri hodi is a popular and traditional coconut milk gravy from Sri Lanka. Made using a few basic ingredients, this dish is traditionally served hot al...
15-02-2018 21:49

Sri Lanka: Wambatu Moju

Traditionally cooked over a naked flame in a clay pot, wambatu moju is a Sri Lankan eggplant pickle with a very definite spicy kick. It’s a great ac...
12-02-2018 21:54

Sri Lanka: Pathola Maluwa

Fragrant and creamy, with a very slightly bitter edge, pathola maluwa (snake gourd curry) is one of Sri Lanka‘s less fiery dishes, yet is no less de...
11-02-2018 21:56

Sri Lanka: Ekor Sop (Sup Ekor)

Ekor sop (or sup ekor in Malay) is what the richness of a good meat-based Sri Lankan soup with the sweet fire of spices, is all about. These spices an...
11-02-2018 21:56

Sri Lanka: Love Cake

Today, we are headed to Sri Lanka for a love cake! A cake for people who love each other and celebrate Valentine’s Day, but here’s how you can fir...
11-02-2018 21:56

Sri Lanka: Ulundu Vadai (Medu Vada)

These little fried lentil donuts come straight from Sri Lanka! Ulundu vadai are very popular in the South Asian country and locals love it! Traditiona...
11-02-2018 21:56

Interview with Chef Niza (Apey Kade)

Welcome to Chef Niza, the new culinary expert and ambassador for Sri Lankan cuisine on 196 flavors. Chef Niza is the chef at Apey Kade, a restaurant t...
07-02-2018 21:53

Sri Lanka: Elumas Curry

The word elumas means goat in Singhalese (or Sinhalese), yet we are talking about a curry of mutton (or lamb). In any case, regardless of the meat tha...
06-02-2018 21:52

Sri Lanka: Malay achcharu

Malay achcharu, also known as Malay pickle, is a popular dish in the South Asian country of Sri Lanka. It is prepared with mixed diced vegetables in a...
06-02-2018 21:52

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