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If you can't find spicy brick red de árbol chiles, use dried Thai or Chinese ones.

Although falafel is made from chickpeas over here, in Lebanon it is usually made from dried fava beans, with a handfu...

This seasoned bulgur and lamb paste that is truly Labanon's national dish exists in dozens of forms. Most typical...

Jacques-Imo's • March 1999

In New Orleans, a place where frying is a fetish, Jacques-Imo's can't be beat—although only locals seem ...

For this delicious salad, the morels are simmered in cream, then rolled in cracker crumbs and fried.

Crisp, salty fried plantain slices, or tostones, are a ubiquitous side dish at Latin American restaurants and, of cou...

Huevos rancheros are a very popular breakfast dish on the Texas-Mexico border. You can scramble the eggs rather than ...

The key to these addictive onion rings is to use sweet onions, such as the Texas 1015 variety or Walla Wallas from Wa...

A brown-sugar marinade makes this sesame-coated chicken slightly sweet. Plus: More Chicken Recipes and Tips

The use of fish sauce in the stir-fried tomatoes is typically Vietnamese.

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The bread can be kept in a warm oven while you finish frying the batch, but it's best served hot out of the pan, with...

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