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Europeans : do you have any good recipes typical of your country?

I’m having a Eurovision party next week, where everybody is supposed to represent a country participating in the Eurovision song contest and bring a dish which is typical of the country you represent. The last couple of years I have always taken the easy way out by representing France or the Netherlands and bringing cheese, but this year I’d like to be more original and make something more ‘exotic’. So if you have a good (and preferably easy ) recipe (whether it’s a starter, main course or dessert doesn’t matter) typical of your country, please post it here thanks!


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A good traditional British dish is chicken tikka masala and pulau rice.

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I am having the exact same party!

This might be good for ideas then.

Scottish dish = haggis.

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This recipie might be beyond you in difficulty but it's worth perservering at

1. Take a can of beans
2. Remove the wrapping
3. Place in pan of boiling water
4. Boil for 4 minutes
5. Take 2 pieces of white bread and put into toaster
6. Wait for 2 mintes
7. Take toast and put on plate
8. Open can of beans and pour onto toast
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with maple sirup of quebec its nice
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Herring (haring), cut in small pieces with a slice of pickle/gherking on it (you stick the pickle on the herring with a small cocktail stick). Yummie!
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Originally Posted by fifiricci
A good traditional British dish is chicken tikka masala and pulau rice.
That is so INDIAN..I luv Tikka and Palau
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That is so INDIAN..I luv Tikka and Palau
Apparently "CTM" (as its known on the streets ) is Britain's favourite dish

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Good ole fish and chips for britain

Greek - Tsatsiki of course
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That is so INDIAN..I luv Tikka and Palau
Nonono CTM was invented here and is considered a national dish
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Is anyone fond of Chinese food?
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Is anyone fond of Chinese food?
I simply adore it There is a nice chinese restaurant near my Uni and I often take my lunch there


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Nonono CTM was invented here and is considered a national dish
Tikka is a Punjabi(Indian) word meaning Yoghurt and Masala=Spices(in Hindi); so it is obviously an Indian dish..
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