What are some traditional food dishes that are prepared in Canada?
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)
Answer . The good thing about traditional food is that you get to expreence different food from way back than.
Canada is a melting pot of international cuisine. A mosaic of regional dishes. Some of the traditional dishes come from regional foods such as Quebec's Poutine or Tourtiere. Nova Scotia's Digby scallops in Canadian whiskey or Newfoundland's salt fish and brewis. West coast salmon and Nanimo bars. …Canada does not really have a traditional food but many people like to eat steak with mash potatoes. (MORE)
The best known traditional Austrian foods include Wiener Schnitzel and various elaborate cakes ( Torten ).
The Philippines is an island country known for its abundance of seafoods and tropical fruits. Some of its traditional dishes areadobo, lechon, sisig, crispy pata and chicken inasal.
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)
Some traditional foods from Ireland include various breads, porkdishes, potato dishes, and seafood. Some of these dishes includeCoddle, which is a dish constructed to use up leftovers, mainlybacon and sausage layered with potatoes and onions; Colcannon -mashed potatoes mixed with cabbage or kale; an…d Irish stew - whichis made from mutton or lamb. (MORE)
rice,fish,and noodles are some of the traditional food dishes and one of the sauces is soy sauce and most of their vegetables are sea weed and other plants from the sea and their main meat source is fish they cook it broil it bake it drie it eat it for breakfast etc.
Probably the most famous Jamaican dish is jerk meat, which is meat (traditionally chicken or pork) rubbed with an unusual spice rub called 'jerk spice' (containing, among other things, chili peppers and allspice) and then grilled. Another common dish eaten at celebrations is curry goat, in which …goat meat is simmered in a curry sauce -- a style of cooking that began with Indian immigrants but has been adopted and changed to yield a something unique to Jamaica. Most meat dishes are served on top of "rice and peas" (the 'peas' actually being any of several different types of beans). Fried plantain bananas are another very comment Jamaican accompaniment. (MORE)
well the answer is they don't have none In Canada we celebrate Holidays like Easter by having an Easter egg hunt, Christmas by having a Christmas tree and decorating it with ornaments, Valentines Day by giving out cards, Canada Day with a parade, New Years with staying up until midnight and cele…brate with a party usually Etc. Hope that helped :) Canada has indigenous traditions to, for the natives or the people that still hold their indigenous culture in hand. They do things like dancing, totem pole making, and lots others! Also, they like cats. :3 Hope that helped :) (MORE)
Popular North Indian food -- paranthas, dum aloo, paneer dishes, malai kofta,etc. Popular South Indian food -- idli, dosa, sambhar, coconut chutney, medhu vada, avial, appam, payasam, etc.
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.
The Maori people used to eat things like;. Small mammals and birds, eels, bush foods like root veggies and berries.
Poutine - french fries with cheese curds and gravy on top of them . here is a list of some more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuisine_of_Canada
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Canada is a melting pot of international cuisine. A mosaic of regional dishes. Some of the traditional dishes come from regional foods such as Quebec's Poutine or Tourtiere. Nova Scotia's Digby scallops in Canadian whiskey or Newfoundland's salt fish and brewis. West coast salmon and Nanimo bars. …Canada does not really have a traditional food but many people like to eat steak with mashed potatoes (MORE)
hunawukalogie (traditional fish dish) Yes, hunawukalogie is one of the foods but they also love rice,dressing, and lots of sauces. They like alot of spicey foods. They eat meats and lots of vegetables.
One traditional food for dinner is 'Hutspot'. It's one of the 'Stamppot' recipes. Stamppotten are mashed potatoes with vegetables all together with bacon or sausage. Hutspot for example is carrot with potatoes. They've also got some great snackbar stuff like a Frikandel (some kind of sausage) and kr…oket (croquette filled with meat ragout) and kaassouflÃ© (with cheese, suitable for vegetarians). Deserts could be: - apple pie - desserts from the store (MORE)
there is a Chinese food called rice it is good as well as fried noodles go get some at Michu Wok
Erwtensoep is a thick pea soup, full of fresh vegetables, served with smoked sausage, cubes of bacon, pig's knuckle and bread.. Groentensoep is a clear consommÃ© with vegetables, meatballs and vermicelli.. And another one is patat.
The National Dish of Paraguay (and dietary staple) is sopa paraguaya , which is, despite its 'sopa' name, not a soup, but a type of corn bread (pone or johnnycake) with cheese and onions.. Cassava dishes are the primary staple of the rural poor. . Please follow the link below for a recipe …for sopa paraguaya . If this recipe differs from yours, please do not complain to this question's author, who in turn makes no claim whatsoever for either authenticity or palatability. . (MORE)
A prepared dish is one that has been buttered on the inside. Usually for baked goods like banana bread and muffins. I noticed it was required for a stuffing recipe as well. Hope this helps :) A slightly different interpretation: The answer above is exactly right in cooking. However, if you're going… to a party or gathering of some sort, "bring a prepared dish" means bring something to eat that you're willing to share. Generally it's "real food", not a bag of snack food. (MORE)
One of the most popular traditional Mexican deserts is a spongy cake called flan. Mexicans also enjoy foods such as rice with seafood, pork, and LOTS of beef dishes, such as carne de rez and others. Tacos and burritos are not necessarily Mexican.. ~Ares
Think fruits and vegetables. Give the tofu and soy stuff the night off. Chop, slice and dice a handful of your favorite fruits and make a fruit salad. Same with veggies. A litttle bit of one in the other is often good. And some dried fruits that have been chopped are cool.. If you chop either fruit…s or veggies coursely, you've got finger food. Don't forget nuts of at least a couple of varieties. These can be eaten out of a bowl or sprinkled over salads. All that is missing is something to splash over the salads or dip the chunks of fruit or veggies in. Seasoned oil works really well for veggies, and you'd be surprised what a little sprinkle of cinnamon, salt, sugar (brown sugar, too), or (my fav) nutmeg will do to fruit. Chocolate is scandalous, but include it anyway. Betcha no one will complain.. Bon appÃ©tit! (MORE)
Rice and beans are some of the traditional foods eaten in Cuba.Other traditional foods include fried plantains, yucca, tuna insauce, and flan.
Barley, potatoes, rye, beetroot, greens, berries, mushrooms, seafood, apples, plums, carrots, onion, beer and bread.
Australia specializes in vegemite, which is a black, salty spread from yeast used mostly on toast like jelly, focaccia, which is similar to pizza, and chiko roll, which is a deep-fried roll. Their desserts consist of Tim tams, which are chocolate biscuits, jaffas, an orange-flavored, chocolate cover…ed candy, and fairy bread, white bread with thousands of sprinkles on it. (MORE)
Some dishes cooked In PNG are sago which is the pith of the sago palm beaten. Sweet potato called Kou-kou is very popular and so is Ibeca in coconut milk but coconuts are introduced so that is an newer thing.
l'andouillette, la gaufre au citron, tarte a la fromage et tarte a gros bords The French are known for snails (escargot) and pancakes (crepes), and bread (baguettes) of course.
Traditional dishes in France include aged cheeses and fresh bakedbreads. The people of France also enjoy soups and stews. Fish is atraditional meat served with garlic, tomatoes, and onion.
Haggis is one. Others include stovies, Cullen skink, crowdie, colcannon, Hotch-Potch, bannocks and Arbroath smokie.
i know it is grilled cuy ( grilled gunnie pig ) and empenadas. hope this helped and if this is for your home work please I am begging you to just go to your lesson in your school book or if your homeschooled just look at your lesson online. I do not want you guys to fail because you dont know what t…hings are for your test. so please do your own homework. -Miky- (mickey) Akin- :)) :}}} :]]] (MORE)
The traditional food dishes in china are wonton soup, egg rolls, and sweet and sour pork.
This tray shows the ta3miya, meat (fried and in sauce), white cheese, the spice and for dessert the shi3ariya or sweet noodles
Canada is a melting pot of international cuisine. A mosaic of regional dishes. Some of the traditional dishes come from regional foods such as Quebec's Poutine or Tourtiere. Nova Scotia's Digby scallops in Canadian whiskey or Newfoundland's salt fish and brewis. West coast salmon and Nanimo bars.
One traditional is the food that's eaten only in Finland, partly cause it looks like poop. Its called mÃ¤mmi. If you need to know, how the Ã¤ is pronounced, its like the combination of a and e, as the English letter for it is the combination of a and e.
Some of the traditional foods in Peru are Adobe de Cerdo , Arnoz con Pollo ,Carapulca Escabeche de Pescado ,Ocopa,Pachamanca, and etc.
the traditional dish of Cuba is Ajiaco, a stew of vegetables, preferably cooked with pork or other meat
traditional foods are created by discovery... just like dining restuarants.... veggies and fruits are non traditional foods because they are not mixed from any different spices... hope you can find more discoverys from this website
Some tradtional Greek foods are... - Greek salad - Souvlaki - Spanakopita (spinach pie) - Moussaka And many more you can look up on the internet! =P
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)
Its lap lap definatley its got : . Coconut milk . Island cabbage (optional) . Taro or manioc or cooking bananas . For something different use a mix of any two above ingredients. Or add sweet potato (kumala) with your manioc. . Banana leaves for wrapping You grate manioc and make it into a pas…te them put it underground with hot stones to cook its YUM it have meat also very yummy with coconut cream . It is defiantly worth trying especially the coconut cream ones. (MORE)
The people of the Ivory Coast utilize the food sources around them. They consume many fresh, tropical fruits--their favorites include bananas and pineapple (which are eaten at most meals). Because they are on the coast, they utilize different types of fish and seafood. Fish stew is often made and ea…ten with the fresh catches. They have been known to eat any available meats, including monkey and even dog. And, with France's influence, they now consume snails on a regular basis. (MORE)
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.
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)
Russian soups can be divided into at least seven large groups: . Chilled soups based on kvass, such as tyurya, okroshka, and botvinya. . Light soups and stews based on water and vegetables. . Noodle soups with meat, mushrooms, and milk. . Soups based on cabbage, most prominently shchi. . Thick …soups based on meat broth, with a salty-sour base like rassolnik and solyanka. . Fish soups such as ukha. . Grain- and vegetable-based soups. In traditional Russian cuisine three basic variations of meat dishes can be highlighted: . a large boiled piece of meat cooked in a soup or porridge, and then used as second course or served cold (particularly in jellied stock-see Kholodets' below) . offal dishes (liver, tripe, etc.), baked in pots together with cereals; . whole fowl dishes or parts of fowl (legs or breasts), or a large piece of meat (rump) baked on a baking tray in an oven, so-called "zharkoye" (from the word "zhar"(Ð¶Ð°Ñ) meaning "heat") Pirozhki (singular: pirozhok; diminutive of "pirog" [pie]) are small stuffed buns (pies) made of either yeast dough or short pastry. They are filled with one of many different fillings and are either baked (the ancient Slavic method) or shallow-fried (known as "priazhenie", this method was borrowed from the Tatars in the 16th century). One feature of pirozhki that sets them apart from, for example, English pies is that the fillings used are almost invariably fully cooked. The use of chopped hard-boiled eggs in fillings is another interesting feature. Six typical fillings for traditional pirozhki are: . Chopped boiled meat mixed with sautÃ©ed onions . Rice and boiled eggs with dill . Fish sautÃ©ed with onions and mixed with hard-boiled chopped eggs and rice . Mashed potatoes mixed with dill and green onion . SautÃ©ed cabbage . SautÃ©ed mushrooms with onions and sometimes carrots . Russian Syrniki with Kissel.. Blini are thin pancakes made with yeasted batter which are often served in connection with a religious rite or festival. The word "blin" (singular of blini) comes from Old Slavic "mlin", which means "to mill". Blins had a somewhat ritual significance for early Slavic peoples in pre-Christian times since they were a symbol of the sun, due to their round form. They were traditionally prepared at the end of the winter to honor the rebirth of the new sun during Maslenitsa (ÐÐ°ÑÐ»ÐµÐ½Ð¸ÑÐ°, Butter Week; also known as Pancake Week). This tradition was adopted by the Orthodox Church and is carried on to the present day, as the last week of dairy and egg products before Lent. Bliny are still often served at wakes, to commemorate the recently deceased. Blini can be made from wheat, buckwheat, or other grains, although wheat blini are most popular in Russia. They may be topped with butter, smetana (sour cream), fruit preserves or caviar. Syrniki are fried curd fritters, garnished with sour cream, jam, honey, and/or apple sauce. Vatrushka is a kind of cake with a ring of dough and tvorog (cottage cheese) in the middle, often with raisins or bits of fruit, from about five inches to two and a half feet in diameter. (MORE)
PANT & A SHIRT. JUST AS BRITISHERS AND FRENCH IMMIGRANTS WHO MIGRATED INTO CANADA. tHE aBORIGINES (LOCAL INDIQNS) HAVE THEIR OWN CUSTOMS ANS DRESSES - GOOGLE FOR THEIR CULTURE THERE ARE MANY TRIBES IN THEM)
One of the traditional food dishes of the Ndebele is corn meal,which is called pap by the Ndebele people. A variety of vegetablesand meats are served with the pap.
This is a tricky question, because the Malaysian people are a rich culture. Each tribe has their own individualized "traditional" food. In the northern states on west coast Malaysia, they lean toward very spicy, hot food dishes. Thailand is very close by, and has a great deal to do with this tend…ency. East coast Malaysian states lean toward sweet dishes, and rice. Well-known and served throughout Malaysia are: lemang (sweet rice cooked inside a bamboo pole) nasi dagang (three parts rice with one part sweet rice. it's served with fenugreek, onion, and ginger). ketupat (sweet rice cooked in coconut leaves, sometimes banana leaves) For breakfast they eat a lot of pulut inti , which is sweet steamed rice with a coconut topping. Kuih-muih is another popular breakfast food, which is a sort of sweet cake. Cucur badak is yet another popular food choice, and very delicious. It is a sweet potato stuffed with a tangy coconut filling. The Malay people also tend to make all their food out of local ingredients that can be found in the soil. While there are (some) populous areas where markets are available, most people use what they can grow in the soil, plants or trees. (MORE)
goat but with a side of dinkleberries or pork grinds or pickels with peanut butter in side