My international food project is going. Slowly, even painfully so, but going. I’m a bit behind on updating the website, but here are three cuisines that I finished some months ago but never got around to adding. Two of these were “make up” cuisines, those that I skipped when I first reached them – either because I couldn’t find recipes or didn’t recognize them as cuisines. Rather than making multiple dishes for each one of them, which would keep me from advancing through the alphabet, I decided to cook just one or two dishes. This is what I made:
For Assam, I made fried fish with rice, a very simple dish and yet one I couldn’t stop eating.
For Campeche, I made fish in a green sauce. Alas, I didn’t use the right fish and it disintegrated. But the sauce was great.
And I’m very happy to announce that I’ve started the “H” cuisines. I am totally committed to even finish H before the end of the summer! Hey, I could get lucky and do it before the beginning of the summer, but let’s be realistic!
And my first H cuisine is… Haiti! Now that was fun! You get five full recipes here, one particularly good.