Kulture Kitchen

Baked Spinach Rice - Greece

Baked spinach rice is a traditional Greek dish and is often cooked during lent season. It mainly consists of spinach, rice and different herbs. It is a delicious dish that combines Mediterranean flavors. 


Empanadas - Argentina

Empanadas are traditional Argentinean baked pastry crust usually filled with beef, onions, paprika, hot pepper powder, cumin, oregano, hard-boiled egg and olives.

There are as many varieties of empanadas as there are cooks in Argentina. Empanadas can be filled with ground or minced beef, ham and cheese, chicken, or vegetables.


Pelmeni - Russia

Pelmeni are traditional Russian dumplings with fillings of minced meat and herbs. It is believed that pelmeni originate in the Ural and Siberian regions.  


Buffalo Wings - United States of America

A Buffalo wing in American cuisine is an unbreaded chicken wing section that is generally deep-fried or baked then dipped in a sauce consisting of a vinegar-based cayenne pepper hot sauce and melted butter prior to serving.


Udang Pedas Manis - Indonesia

Udang Pedas Manis, which translates to Sweet and Spicy Shrimps is a simple but tasteful recipe from Indonesia    


Ivorian Claclo - Côte d'Ivorie

'Claclo' or Plantain Fritters is an Ivorian dish that is very popular and easy to make.

It can be served in various ways: with boiled eggs, and with fried chicken, or fish.


Baba Ghanoush - Lebanon

Baba Ghanoush is a classic dipping sauce used in Lebanon and est other Middle Eastern country. According to Arabic folklore, a kind Syrian daughter used to mash vegetables for her toothless father, her Baba. However, Arabs today eat the dipping sauce for breakfast and at family picnics. 


Prawns Tempura - Japan

Tempura is well known for being a Japanese recipe, and only a few people are aware of its actual Portuguese origins. Nevertheless, the mastery in preparing it unquestionably belongs to the Japanese population.

It basically consists of parts of seafood, vegetables, or meat, battered and, consequently deep-fried.


Kladdkaka - Sweden

Klasskaka or "Sticky cake" is a popular cake in Sweden. Similar to brownie, it is often eaten during "fika" which is the Swedish equivalent to teatime but can be consumed any time of the day. For Swedes, fika is a daily thing and something everyone enjoys.  



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