Ethnic Favourites?

Our church is hosting a Missions Festival this weekend. On Saturday, we are asked to bring an ethnic dish. Anybody have any suggestions? Something yummy, but not too tricky. If you're not a blogger, leave me a recipe in your comment. If you are a blogger, post your recipe and direct me to your site. I'm sure others would be excited to try out a great new recipe.

After the weekend is over, I'll do a post on which recipe I chose and if it was a success.

4 comments:

My Life With Boys said...

Nothing in my noggin'. I do make a mean Mexican lasagna. I don't know if you'd be interested in it though. It's so yummy but it does take some time. I also don't know just how 'ethnic' you need it to be. Anyway, let me know if you'd like the recipe anyway. I'd be glad to give it to you!

Steph said...

Wish I had an ethnic dish to share but I don't, Thanks for stopping by today, don't forget to post a link to the contest on your blog! Don't be a stranger!

Ana said...

My mom makes these everytime I come home. I love them:)


Slovenian Stuffed Peppers

8 to 10 Peppers

Stuffing
200 g ground pork
200 g ground beef
4 tbp lard
8 strips of smoked bacon chopped fine
1/2 cup rice
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black paper
1 medium onion chopped fine
1/4ts garlic powder or chop fine 2 cloves
1 egg
Sauce
1/4 cup Oil
5 tbsp Sugar
1/4 Cup Flour
6 Cups Water
1 Apple - quartered
5 Cloves
1/4 tsp Cinnamon
2-3 Tbsp Vegeta
8 Oz Tomato Sauce
1. In a pan brown onion little bit put in meat brown it then put in bacon, seasoning and rice until mixtures changes colour
2. Let it cool add 1 egg mix and stuff peppers
3. In a pot put 1/4 cup oil or more 5 tbsp sugar brown it then add more than 1/4 cup flour, brown it, add 6 cup water, 1 apple cut up to 1/4s, 5 cloves, 1/4 tsp cinnamon, 2 to 3 tbsp vegeta. Bring to a boil gentle and add 8 ounce tomato sauce
4. Put stuff peppers in and cook slowly for 2 hours

Laura said...

The BEST and easiest one I've ever done is Moroccan oranges. Slice several oranges into "coins", and sprinkle with cinnamon. VERY easy, VERY delicious!