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Japan: My dear friend, Junie Obi, shared the recipe for these breaded pork cutlets years ago. Her mom owned a food stand and served this traditional dish. Place the ingredients in separate dishes and let your guests assemble their own wrap, which allows them to personalize to suit their tastes. Vietnam: I thought rice paper wrappers would be a quick, fun way to put salad ingredients into a hand-held snack or meal.

I also make this with shrimp or add in cranberries.

Go ahead, experiment! South Korea: My meatless version of Korean bibimbap is tasty, pretty and easy to tweak for different spice levels. Koreans usually eat this rice dish with some beef, but I decided to top it with an egg. South Korea: My mom received this marinade recipe from a neighbor while she lived in Seoul, South Korea, which is where I was adopted from.

Mom created heritage night for my brother and me, and she served Korean bulgogi with sticky rice, kimchi and chopsticks. Philippines: My mom immigrated from the Philippines, so we would often eat Filipino pancit , a well-known noodle dish.

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I took her version and added my own touches to make it easier and a little healthier. Australia: I was born and raised in Australia, but moved to the U. When I long for a taste of home, I bake up a batch of these sausage rolls and share them with neighbors or co-workers.

Morocco: Take a trip to Morocco with this exotic and rich dish. A tagine is a North African slow-cooked stew that is named after the pot in which it is cooked. Morocco: Curry powder is a blend of up to 20 spices, herbs and seeds. Add a pinch of curry to your favorite soups, stews, salads and even rice to add an exotic flavor. In this Moroccan stew, begin by adding 2 teaspoons curry, then adjust to your taste. Argentina: My family is from Argentina, which has a strong Italian heritage and large cattle ranches.

This all-in-one lasagna is packed with meat, cheese and veggies. Brazil: I appreciate the crisp, fresh vegetables and bright colors in this nutritious salad. A friend gave me the idea for this recipe while we were discussing salads.

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Brazil: During high school, I spent a year in Brazil and fell in love with the culture and food. One of my favorite dishes was feijoada, a chili-like stew served over white rice. I introduced this version to my family, and it has become one of our favorite comfort foods. Peru: I travel every year to Peru on a medical mission trip and was introduced to quinoa there.

For years I made a similar chicken dish with rice, so I tried it with quinoa. We love it. Chile: I learned to make Cazuela while we were living in Chile for a few months. We grow extra butternut squash in our garden just for this favorite recipe. Cuba: A Cuban classic, these satisfying, crispy-coated potato balls are filled with a savory ground beef mixture known as picadillo.

Cuba: This recipe offers a great authentic Cuban taste that can be prepared at home. I love having this as a go-to recipe for a weeknight meal. It has become a favorite side dish at my house.

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This recipe hits the mark with big, bold flavors. Puerto Rico: An all-time family favorite, this creamy, frozen adult beverage features cream of coconut blended with cloves, cinnamon, vanilla and rum. I grew up eating many dishes from there, but tostones have always been my favorite.

I still make the fried snacks when I miss my family. Jamaica: This delicious stew makes a hearty supper with a lighter touch. Jamaica: This no-fuss recipe takes just minutes to prepare. With its sweet, fruity sauce, these ribs will become an anytime favorite for the whole family.

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Mexico: When the snow begins falling, I make a heartwarming stew with pork ribs and hominy. This is a fill-you-up recipe of lightly spiced comfort. Canada: The ultimate in French-Canadian junk food, poutine commonly features warm fries topped with cheese curds and gravy.

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This side dish is quick to fix with frozen potatoes and packaged gravy but has all the traditional greasy spoon comfort. Canada: This version may claim roots in Alberta, but the original was said to be dreamed up in a Nanaimo, British Columbia kitchen. Offers an introduction to Caribbean cooking, featuring basic recipes, holiday and festival food, and a brief description of the region. Visit Seller's Storefront. Standard and expedited shipping options include shipping and handling costs.

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