CHINESE: Lettuce wraps. Loaded with flavor and crunchy lettuce but leaves out the filling rice. Try RasaMalaysia's recipe, it's very similar to what you get at PF Changs!
NORWEGIAN: Kvikklunsj. I can't tell you how to pronounce this in Norwegian but in America it is known as KitKat. Based off that tidbit, you will want to jump over to the NewsCanCook site for the recipe and enjoy it when it's cold outside.
AFRICAN: Suya. Who doesn't love a good shish-ke-bob or meat on a stick? We like to change up the meats but follow the rest of the instructions provided by KadiRecipes. Serve with rice and this is always a hit at the table!
POLISH: Golabki. Even if you aren't a fan of cabbage, the mix of flavors work so well together leaving you wanting more. There are several varieties, even a vegetarian option so head over to PolskaFoods for the recipe that I guarantee everyone at your table will enjoy.
I would be remiss if I didn't include a Greek dish.. Here I struggle because I haven't found anything I don't enjoy. Greeks love our food but some of it takes a large amount of time to create so I figured I would give you something that is worth the effort and can be served at dinner or even as appetizers at a party. Enjoy!
GREEK: Spanakopita. Known as spinach pie to most, this is light and flaky and the spinach mixture inside is both delicious and full of vitamins. The dough can be a bit temperamental to work with but definitely worth the effort and MyGreekDish gives great insite on how to turn this pie out perfectly!
Hopefully these dishes are a hit with your family and friends.
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