10 Latin American Soups to Try this Winter
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10 Latin American Soups to Try this Winter

10 of the most popular Latin American soups to help you feel cozy this winter. I love soups! Growing up in Bolivia we had soup every day. Summer or winter, we had soup at noon as part of our main meal. As I like trying new recipes, I want to share with you a list […]

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Siga Wot (Ethiopian Spicy Beef Stew)
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Siga Wot (Ethiopian Spicy Beef Stew)

Siga wot, an Ethiopian beef stew simmered in a rich sauce, spiced with an Ethiopian blend called berbere. This post may have affiliate links, which means I may receive commissions if you choose to purchase through links I provide (at no extra cost to you). Thank you for supporting the work I put into this […]

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Misir Wot (Ethiopian Spicy Lentils)
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Misir Wot (Ethiopian Spicy Lentils)

Misir wot, a delicious, rich Ethiopian lentil stew. Flavored with niter kibbeh and berbere. This post may have affiliate links, which means I may receive commissions if you choose to purchase through links I provide (at no extra cost to you). Thank you for supporting the work I put into this site! I hope you’ve […]

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Doro Wot (Ethiopian Spicy Chicken Stew)
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Doro Wot (Ethiopian Spicy Chicken Stew)

Doro wot or doro wat is a rich and flavorful Ethiopian spicy chicken stew. Slowly simmered in a blend of robust spices. This post may have affiliate links, which means I may receive commissions if you choose to purchase through links I provide (at no extra cost to you). Thank you for supporting the work I put […]

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Niter Kibbeh (Ethiopian Spiced Butter)
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Niter Kibbeh (Ethiopian Spiced Butter)

Niter Kibbeh, an aromatic clarified butter, is the key building block in many Ethiopian dishes. This post may have affiliate links, which means I may receive commissions if you choose to purchase through links I provide (at no extra cost to you). Thank you for supporting the work I put into this site! Its preparation […]

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How to Make Ethiopian Food at Home (Ingredients)
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How to Make Ethiopian Food at Home (Ingredients)

Ethiopian food consists of a big pancake-like bread called injera topped with spicy stews, which frequently includes beef, lamb, vegetables and different types of legumes, such as lentils.  This post may have affiliate links, which means I may receive commissions if you choose to purchase through links I provide (at no extra cost to you). Thank you […]

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Asaditos (Bolivian Beef and Cassava Burgers)
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Asaditos (Bolivian Beef and Cassava Burgers)

Asaditos are hamburgers that you can find in the streets of eastern Bolivia throughout the day. (This recipe was first written for Curious Cuisiniere) Welcome to another August post, where I share with you street food recipes from Bolivia, my native country. Last Friday, chef Valentina shared with us an article about Bolivian gastronomy and […]

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Brazilian Farofa for Feijoada
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Brazilian Farofa for Feijoada

Farofa is a traditional side dish of Brazilian cuisine whose main ingredient is cassava flour. Have you ever been to a Brazilian churrasquería? I know they are becoming more popular outside South America. The main attraction of a churrasquería is the meat. Delicious and amazing meat (drooling already 😋) But if you venture out and […]

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Homemade Apple and Date Chutney
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Homemade Apple and Date Chutney

Tangy and sweet. Chutney is a spicy condiment made with fruits or vegetables. Chutney is becoming more popular here in Paraguay. I think a lot of people are still not sure what to do with it. The more adventures ones use it to prepare pork dishes or to accompany with chicken. I tried chutney for […]

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Bolivian Peanut Soup
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Bolivian Peanut Soup

Peanut soup is a very special dish for Bolivians. Very easy to vary with different ingredients and full of flavor. It is said that Che Guevara’s last meal was a bowl of peanut soup made by a teacher named Ninfa Arteaga when he was a prisoner in La Higuera. Shortly after she brought him the […]

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