Category Main course

Chicken barbecue Filipino style

Cultural background Maria Seppälä, 31 year-old, mother of two, from Philippines. Maria was born in Manila, the capital of the said country. For over 1,78 million people living in Manila, food is the main necessity. “In Philippines we eat three… Continue Reading →

Pork in sweet and sour sauce

Cultural background Maria Seppälä, 31 year-old, mother of two, from Philippines. Maria was born in Manila, the capital of the said country. For over 1,78 million people living in Manila, food is the main necessity. “In Philippines we eat three… Continue Reading →

Mantu

Cultrural background Afghan MANTU is perhaps the most popular dish from Afghanistan. It is a meat (Beef/Lamb) stuffed dumpling that is steamed in a multilayer steamer. Mantu is served on special occasions and large gatherings.  In Afghanistan, cooked MANTU is… Continue Reading →

Karjalanpaisti – Karelian stew

Cultural background My name is Anniina, and I am 35 years old from West coast of Finland. I am married to a Scottish man and I have four children. As I have been busy as a mother & housewife, I… Continue Reading →

B’stilla – Morocco

Cultural background Population 36,342,087 people Rabat is the capital of Morocco. Most people in Morocco are Sunni Muslim, a little amount are Christians and very few are Jewish. People in Morocco speaks Arabic and Berber and French. Morocco’s landscape is… Continue Reading →

Name of the meal Fiskefrikadeller med spidskålssalat og remoulade – Fish cakes with pointed cabbage salad and remoulade, Denmark

Cultural background Population 5,770,000 people København (Copenhagen) is the capital of Denmark. People in Denmark speak Danish, English and German. Denmark is coastal lowland. There is a Monarchy The land is democratically ruled The main religion is Christianity. In Denmark,… Continue Reading →

Fiskefrikadeller med grønkål – Fish cakes with curly kale salad, Denmark

Cultural Background Population 5,770,000 people København (Copenhagen) is the capital of Denmark. People in Denmark speak Danish, English and German. Denmark is coastal lowland. There is a Monarchy The land is democratically ruled The main religion is Christianity. In Denmark,… Continue Reading →

Loobia Polow – Rice with Green Beans

Cultural background –    Climate varies. In the northwest there is heavy snowfall and subfreezing temperatures while the winters are mild in the south. Summertime are hot and dry Earthquakes are frequent in Iran. Land: Iran is one of the most mountainous… Continue Reading →

Moroccan Chicken Tagine

Cultural background Foods cooked tagine-style appeared in The Thousand and One Nights in the ninth century. In the book “Tagines & Couscous” author Ghillie Basan traces the flavours of the Moroccan tagine: “Although originally a Berber dish, the tagine has… Continue Reading →

Shahi Chicken

Cultural background Shahi Chicken korma originated in 16th century with an experiment of Rajput cooks under the supervision of Mir Bakawal (chief cook) in the royal kitchen of Akbar (Mughal Emperor from 1542 to 1605). In Mughal era Shahi Chicken… Continue Reading →

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