Tag: Vegetarian

Saltibarsciai: Lithuanian Beet Soup

With the recipes and cuisines covered here on Arousing Appetites, there’s a relatively prevailing trend: most of the traditional dishes have histories that can be traced back centuries… if not millennia….

Bibimbap

Learning the story behind famous dishes never gets old, especially when it’s one that you’ve already encountered several times before. To say that we’ve encountered bibimbap only several times would be a…

Shakshouka

There really is an art to keeping things simple. No matter how you spell it, shakshouka – or chakchouka.. or shakshuka – is one of those elegantly simple recipes. In…

Koshary

For a culture with such a rich history and tradition as Egypt’s, it is pretty ironic that a newcomer “transplant” dish is as ubiquitous and popular as koshary. And yet, thanks…

Mizeria

It’s always fun to find recipes with ironic and sometimes bizarre names. When we do, the backstory to the name is almost as intriguing as the recipe itself. Mizeria certainly counts…

Ajiaco (Vegetarian)

One of the truest joys of cooking recipes from around the world is when we come across a special herb or spice that is truly unique in taste. Granted, we didn’t…