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Spring rolls are traditional Southeast Asian appetizers that can be served non-fried or fried. The fried version is also known as egg rolls in the US. #Chinese #ChineseNewYear #196flavors

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Polish traditional latkes are potato hash browns served with applesauce and sour cream during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. #hanukkah #poland #vegetarian #196flavors

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These Arab pizzas called lahm bi ajin date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon. #Lebanon #196flavors

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Moroccan orange salad with cinnamon is a combination of soft and subtle flavors that perfectly complement an often rich and hearty North African meal. #Moroccan #Morocco #196flavors

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Zaalouk is a Moroccan salad, known throughout North Africa, that is often prepared with eggplant and which accompanies grilled meats, fish and tagines. #Morocco #MoroccanCuisine #196flavors

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Taktouka is a zesty Moroccan salad that perfectly balances the smokiness of roasted peppers with the sweetness of tomatoes. #Morocco #NorthAfrica #Magheb #196flavors

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Patatnik is a traditional Bulgarian dish characteristic of the Rhodope Mountains. It is prepared with grated potatoes, onions, salt and spearmint. #Bulgaria #196flavors

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Golden egg curry is a delicious Burmese recipe consisting of blistered hard-boiled eggs combined with a tomato-based aromatic sauce. #burma #myanmar #burmese #196flavors

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Ohn no kauk swe is a famous Burmese recipe prepared with wheat noodles in a chicken curry and coconut milk broth and topped with fried rice noodles. #burma #myanmar #196flavors

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Bò tái chanh is a Vietnamese salad based on beef that is prepared raw or underdone by cooking it in lime juice, and served with other herbs and ingredients. #196flavors

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Chicken satay are traditional chicken skewers, originally from Indonesia and Malaysia and now famous in Brunei, Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines. #Asia #196flavors

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Apfelstrudel whose recipes somewhat vary from one country to another, is one of the jewels of Jewish Ashkenazi cuisine, especially on Rosh Hashanah. #Austria #Austrian #Ashkenazi #196flavors

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These Arab pizzas called lahm bi ajin date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon. #Lebanon #196flavors

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Foie gras is part of the cultural and gastronomic heritage of France. However, the exact origin is contested between the region of Alsace and the Southwest. #France #196flavors

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Galettes salées (savory crackers) are a Jewish recipe from Morocco. They are traditionally garnished with aniseed and sesame seeds. #Morocco #Moroccan #196flavors

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Djaj Mqualli with dried fruits is a popular Moroccan tajine combining the flavors of chicken with the sweetness of prunes, apricots and almonds. #Morocco #Moroccan #196flavors

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Khobz talian (Italian bread) is a dense and white bread topped with nigella seeds, that was made popular by Italian migrants in Tunisia. #Tunisia #Italia #bread #196flavors

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Chickpea tofu salad (tohu thoke) is a traditional Burmese salad that is prepared with chickpea-based tofu and a pungent and aromatic dressing. #burma #myanmar #196flavors

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Miso Soup is made with miso, a traditional food in Japan and China that can be found in the form of a very strong-flavored salty umami paste. #vegetarian #vegan #soup #196flavors

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Pozole is a festive Mexican dish, a pre-Colombian soup or stew traditionally made with pork, chicken or shrimp and which includes hominy. #soup #glutenfree #mexico #mexican #196flavos

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Patacones, also called tostones, are green plantains flattened then fried, often served with hogao, a creole sauce. #vegetarian #vegan #glutenfree #196flavos

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Chicken yassa, one of Senegal's most popular dishes, consists of chicken marinated in onion, lemon and mustard, which is roasted before being cooked. #africa #senegal #196flavors

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Lokum or Turkish delight is a sweet treat of Turkish origin, made of starch and sugar, flavored and often garnished with almonds, hazelnuts or pistachios. #Turkey #Turkish #196flavors

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From Italian minestra (soup or to serve), minestrone refers to a preparation of fresh cut seasonal vegetables that are cooked in a broth. #vegetarian #soup #Italian #Italy #196flavors

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Pkaila is the most famous Jewish Tunisian dish. This beef stew, prepared with fried spinach and white beans, is often served with couscous. #Tunisia #196flavors

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Baghrir is a Moroccan crepe prepared with semolina flour that features tiny holes at the top. It can be served plain or with butter and honey. #Morocco #Moroccan #196flavors

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Pastilla is the most emblematic Moroccan appetizer. It consists of a sweet & savory chicken filling that is wrapped in layers of very thin dough. #Morocco #Moroccan #196flavors

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Mohinga is a fish-based soup prepared with rice noodles and flavored with lemongrass, which is considered as the national dish in Burma. #burma #myanmar #196flavors

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Shan noodles are an easy Burmese recipe where chicken or pork cooked in tomatoes, is served over a bed of rice noodles, sometimes served with broth. #burma #myanmar #196flavors

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These “Arab pizzas” probably date back to the fifteenth century and would have appeared in the region of the Beqaa Valley in Eastern Lebanon close to the Syrian border, the capital of which is Baalbek. An Iraqi family named Haidar is at the origin of the recipe. #196flavors

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