What are the traditional foods in Nicaragua?
One of the traditional meals in Nicaragua is gallo pinto which is fried rice with onion and sweet pepper, mixed with red beans boiled with garlic. Gallo Pinto is considered a national symbol of Nicaragua and most of the people eat this almost everyday. Nacatamal is another common food. People use ground corn and butter. Then you add small pieces of pork or chicken, rice, potatoes, tomatoes, onion, sweet pepper and wrap it inside a plantain leaf to cook.
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Answer . When I lived in Chile, I ate empanadas pretty regularly. I like them with cheese inside, but they come with a lot of different things inside. I still make them here in the States sometimes.. They also serve a lot of sea food; with such a long coast, I think that makes sense.. There are… also "Mote con huesillo", "Pastel de choclo", "choripanes", "Churrrascos", "Humitas", "Charkikan", and "pantrucas" =) (MORE)
Carne Asada, a version of Paella and other foods that are cornmeal based. How about the staple food of the rich and poor. Rice and red beans mix together (gallo pinto) Chancho con yuca, ( Pieces of pork fried with boiled yuca and toppled with tomato, onions,cabbage,and chili marinade in vinegar,and …salt) Tajadas de platano con queso. ( Fried green or ripe platain with fried cheese, toppled with onions, cabbage, and Chile) Vigoron (boiled yuca, toppled with pork rind and cabagge tomatoes and onions, Chile and vinegar) and much more . (MORE)
Nicaragua is a country in central America on the continent of South America. . It's a country
Mainly depends where you go in Canada. Since Canada is a multicultural country , there isn't really A traditional dish. Yet, due to it's location, there are a lot of maples in the country thus making maple syrup very popular. I only know that in the Eastern part of Canada (Quebec), around march/Ap…ril ,the "sugar season" takes place. Most families go to the "sugar shack" where is served a traditional diner similar to those of the peasants of the colonization era: beans, ham, salted bacon, potatoes, omelet, sugar pie and pancakes (certainly a recent addition). All those dishes being served with maple syrup. (MORE)
Kedjenou is one of there foods but I'm not sure what the proper on is sorry :(
Sushi. natto sushi cherry blossom teas mi-so soup steamed rice and seamed rice yes i am japenese so this is what i know
latkes, cholent , challah, kugelach, hummus, schug, falafel, halva, shakshuka, jachnun, channa, dal, shishlik, caponata, creamed Baccala, fried artichoke hearts There are many traditional Jewish foods and they are different for different Jews (Ashkenazi, Sephardi, an…d Mizrachi). In additional to the foods listed above, traditional Ashkenazi foods include kugels, gefilte fish, stuffed cabbage (holishkes), tzimmes, brisket and more. (MORE)
Soup with noodles....(most of them are with meat or veggies.) . Sarmale....*it's cabbage liefs with mince-meat* . Look for more on google.... look for mancare traditionala romaneasca if you don't find in English. =) . Hope I helped. =) . ----Anita.
chicken. chicken and other meat+food we wont like or find pleasherable I read somewhere that "the only native dish in Suriname would be chicken with rice". I don't remember where, sorry. But since Suriname has such a mixed culture, there are many dishes from other countries.
Some traditional foods of Spain are paella, Spanish potato omeletsor tortilla Espanola, gazpacho, and tapas. Dessert foods caninclude flan, turron (nougat), and polvoron (a kind of shortbread).
There are many different traditional food items that are made inParis, France. These foods include crepes and other foods.
Rice and Noodles are China's staple foods but the traditional dishes of china are chicken chow mein and sweet and sour dishes.. Of course there are many more.
French foods have many wonderful colors and textures. Some of thetraditional foods in France are Cassoulet, crepes, and soups likeVichyssoise.
Belgium is famous for its mussels and frites (French fried potatoes), waffles, and endive. Fine chocolates are a passion and the marketplace is dotted over every city.the Belgium national dish is Carbonnades Flamandes, a Flemish beef stew.
No sensible answers available i have a sensible answer OR two, of a few English dishes such as Breakfast: marmalade,, Crumpets, Deviled kidneys, potted shrimps., Dinner or lunch: Steak and Kidney pie, pork pie, Cornish pasty, Roast beef, Yorkshire pudding Afternoon Tea : Devon scones, Chelse…a Buns, (MORE)
The Maori people used to eat things like;. Small mammals and birds, eels, bush foods like root veggies and berries.
Some of my favorites Roast Beef & Yorkshire pudding Fish & Chips Steak & Kidney Pie Melton Mobray pork pies Bangers & Mash (Sausages in Mashed potatoes)
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Probably because Italians "adopted" it and began to develop new ways of preparing and dressing it. It became the basis of Italian diet and there is no typical meal in Italy that doesn't include pasta as a dish. Ana Maria da Costa http://www.all-about-italian-food.com
the most common one is posole or biria...also rortillas are a must have, with aroz, and beans.
The Cuisine of Nicaragua is a mixture of criollo food and dishes of pre-Columbian origin.
Nicaragua's national food is beans and rice. A mixture of rice andbeans are eaten almost every day, It is eaten for breakfast also.
There are a lot of tourist attractions in Nicaragua. But the best one is MonteliMar. It is a very nice resort. There is a beach towards the back and has about 5 interconnected pools with a snack and drink bar in the center!
They are just like ours but more detailed. They wear many costumes to many different festicvals in Managua
Well.... I want to recommend tradition because it is healthy for you. I would say that it's possibly healthi er for you dependent upon what your traditional foods are. If your traditional foods are nutritionally balanced meals and mainly vegetables and fruit, then your traditional foods are …definitely better, however if your a person who doesnt get stumachaches alot and quickly then i think the fast food would be ok (MORE)
Gallo pinto is a popular rice dish. Tortillas is a popular food. They fill them up with beans and meat. The make tamales. Bananas are an important crop.They make porridge, shakes,and cakes.
El Viejo La Vieja is a traditional dance with two partners, an old man and an old lady. Macho Raton' is a satirical drama. Palo de Mayo is a cultural dance with sensual movements. It is part of the month long May Day Festival. Toro Huaco is a Native American dance with only one musician,
Sopa de Mondongo, Carne en Baho, Indio Viejo, Nacatamales, Vigoron, Caballo Bayo, Sopa de Queso, Sopa de Cola de Res, Quesillos, etc.
I've been on several Central American countries and all are very similar culturally. The typical Central American meal is Rice and beans with Bananas or Plantains.
Some traditional thai foods are geng pete gai(red curry chicken) geng keiwan gai(green cury chicken, khaw soi(thai dry noodle curry) lab moo(grilled pork with thai spices) tom kha gai (Thai coconut soup) and paht krapow gai(thai syle chicken with herbs and spices) the one that is highlighted is my… recommended one PS, I lived in Thailand for 7 years so all my answers are correct (MORE)
Gravadlax is a traditional Norwegian food. It is thinly sliced salmon which is cured in Aquavit which is a potato liquer.
Traditional foods are foods that are unique to a certain culture, such as sushi for Japan, and spicy crayfish dishes for Louisiana.
Bulgaria's traditional foods have been influenced by Bulgarians' way of life, as well as by the surrounding region, including Turkey. Traditional Bulgarian menus will commonly offer recipes that contain Bulgarian feta cheese, or sirene , meat, vegetables, and yogurt..
There are tons and tons out there. To name a few, there's the dumpling and the pot sticker.
Benin is a poor country so meals are often rice , beans,tomatoes, yams and couscous . They eat mandarin oranges,oranges, bananas, kiwi , avocados, pineapples and peanuts.
sea food and halal meat is thetraditional food of lakhadweep and tradional dress is lungi, kachi and trousers.
Porotos granados is the Chilean National Dish. It is a hearty vegetable and bean stew. Please follow the link below for an example of a recipe. If this recipe differs from your grandmother's, please do not send your protests to the question's author, who makes no claim as to either authenti…city or palatability. (MORE)
Baluchistan's traditional food is sajji,dampukht and half cup of TEA ,,Lamb leg and Green Tea can also be counted in Baluchistan's traditional food.
The traditional language of Japan is of course Japanese. Japan's traditional food Mostly consists of Sushi, Sushi is one ofthe most well-known Japanese food. In Japanese cuisine, sushiindicates dishes that use sushi rice, which is seasoned with asweet vinegar mixture. Various forms of sushi can be f…ound inJapanese cuisine.Traditional Japanese food is undoubtedly one ofthe healthiest and most delicious in the world and fortunately formost of us, foods like tofu, sushi, tempura, miso, soba, and evengreen tea are now familiar and freely available to people outsideJapan. A part from rice, most meals end with a round of green tea --exotic to the core! A traditional Japanese breakfast would includesteamed rice, miso soup, and a variety of side dishes. And that'sonly their breakfast! Some of the more common side dishes arerolled omelet, grilled fish, pickles, salad, dried seaweed, andnatto. For lunch, the norm would be bowls of rice or noodles. From beefbowls to udon noodles and soba noodles, the Japanese also lovetheir noodles! Sushi, tempura, and rice balls are traditionalJapanese food items. Like in any other country, dinner is the main meal in Japan too.The variety of food available for a traditional dinner in Japan insimply astounding! From sushi to tempura and even other types ofseafood, a typical Japanese dinner has it all. Apart from rice,seafood is also very popular in Japan. From clams and seaweed tofish and fish cakes, the Japanese seafood is unbeatable.Traditional Japanese ingredients used are soy sauce, miso, wasabi,ginger, mushrooms, beans, noodles, rice vinegar, and mirin. Many people in japan still eat what we would classiy as traditionalfoods in their everyday lives. And if you have read everythingabove this you will also realize that because of those foods, theJapanese people have been thought to be very healthy people. (MORE)
Its this . chicken and rice . roast pork . and lots and lots of other things
traditional foods from Hounduras are: Tortillas, Fried Beans, Bananas or Papayas, Eggs, and some type of vegitable. fruits, vegitables, and meat are usually buchered and home grown for each family.
Popular traditional foods are based on Jewish traditional foods, with variations according to the communities' country of origin in the diaspora.
Potatoes, sauerkraut, pork, blood sausage, salted herring, jellied meat, black rye bread, all vegetables that grow here (beet, turnip, carrot, so on..), dried fish (not many eat it nowadays), white cheese we call SÃµir Estonians eat daily mostly potatoes and different meat products. During last 2…0 years after the Soviet Union the variety of food has increased considerably. Lately people have started eating healthier and value more so called "pure" ecological products. Local food is more expensive than imported food (even from as close as Latvia). In Christmas we eat blood sausages or pork, sauerkraut and potatoes. In Easter we eat round buns with whipped cream and pea soup. (MORE)
Even though you don't see them too often these days, wild turkeys used to be very common in the area that is now the United States. Turkeys are native to North America, unlike many of the other species we eat which were originally brought over from Europe.
It really depends on the holiday, and on which group of people are observing it. Canada is a big and very diverse country. For example, the majority of people are Christian, so they would observe Christmas. But customs, including the preferred kinds of food, have changed as people's tastes have chan…ged. Canada used to be a British colony, and since the time of Queen Elizabeth 1 (back in Shakespeare's day), goose was the preferred Christmas meal. But today, most people prefer turkey, duck, or even chicken. Also, ethnic people put their own twist on the Christmas meal-- Portuguese or Italian or French Canadians integrate their own food traditions and flavors. Canada is also home to a sizable number of Jews, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, and members of various First Nations tribes (what Americans used to call "Indians" and Canadians used to call "Eskimos"). These groups observe their own special holidays, and eat the foods associated with their cultural traditions. Thus, it is difficult to discuss "Canadian" holiday foods, since the customs (and what people like to eat) will vary depending on whether you are in MontrÃ©al, where the traditions of France are still influential, or whether you are in some other part of the country where the influences are more British. It should also be noted that many Canadians watch American cable TV channels like Food Network, and some American food customs have become popular in Canada too. (MORE)
"la poule au pot" (a chicken cooked in a vegetable stew) was in the old days supposed to be the preferred family meal. This is of course an oversimplification. Poultry and pork, ahead of beef which was more expensive, were the meats most consumed in the past. France is a wide country and there were …many local variations as its society, mostly composed of peasants, ate whatever it could grow or raise locally. Bread was a staple food everywhere. The northern part of the country used to cook with butter, and adopted potato-based recipes. The southerners favoured oil (especially olive) and up to these days eat much more tomato-based recipes than norterners. These days French people would most likely say a steack accompanied with fries is a commonplace meal, but they certainly would include couscous, pizzas, or creole rice dishes in the list of their preferred meals. (MORE)
Paella is not a traditional Spanish food. It is a traditional food in the area of Valencia. There are many, many kinds of Paella. Almost all of them contain rice in some quantity.. Three are widely known. They are Paella Valenciana which has rice, meat, vegtables, and land snails but no fish or …seafood; Seafood Paella which has any kind of seafood available in lieu of meat and snails, rice, and omits the vegatables and beans, Seafood Paella generally has shrimp and or logostinos, clams and mussells ; The third kind is Paella Mixta which can contain just about anything edible. Paella is cooked in a large diameter, flat bottomed sheet metal pan called a paellera. Olive oil is added to the pan, brought up to temperature over an open fire and then the rice is added and sauteed. The other ingrediants are then added in order of the time required to cook them. Those requiring the most time are added first and those requiring less time are added in such a way that every thing is completely cooked at the same time or as close as possible. It is a group operation, the cooking is generally done by the men present, and generous amounts of wine are both imbibed and added to the paella if desired. See the related link. (MORE)
Special foods include potato pancakes (latkes) and jelly donuts (sufganiyot). Also, any foods fried in oil are traditional.
Gallo Pinto (local fried rice & beans) with scrambled eggs mixed with chorizo (local sausage from pork) with a side of fried bananas and cuajada (curd cheese). Drinks: milk with coffee or fresh orange juice, Rojita (local cherry soda) is also acceptable.
La Griteria- Like Halloween in the Americas . Procession of Mary and Joseph- Nine days where they try to find lodging. On ninth night, they are allowed lodging and it is celebrated with a feast . Main streets play carols . Christmas Eve mass