Tired of cooking boring meals in your cooking lessons? Try cooking these three ethnic dishes to spice things up...literally!
Because of Argentina's large meat industry, the food dishes consist primarily of meats and protein. Their native dishes are blood sausage, chitterlings, and sweetbread. Chitterlings are cooked pig intestines and are the most popular Argentinean meal, but the cleaning process is intensive and should be performed in a cooking lesson.
African cuisine depends primarily on fruits, rains, and vegetables. Africa's most popular meal is Groundnut Stew, which can be prepared in cooking lessons or in your own kitchen.
Indian food relies heavily on the use of various spices and herbs to give the otherwise bland food flavor. Their most recognized dish is Curry, a dish made up of multiple spices and vegetables, but that sometimes includes meat. Curry is fairly simple to make and does not typically require cooking lessons, although if you plan on cooking meat with curry, cooking lessons are recommended.
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