13 Foods That Scare You Away
We asked which foods you were scared to try. Here are some of them with recipes to give you a foray into new flavors. Try one tonight!
Simple, elegant and refined, these little eggs are feared by many. However, try any type of roe on top of hors d'oeurves like these for a salty touch. Or just make the edible cups for any other topping you are not afraid of.
A frequently feared food, we urge you to try blending buttery liver into a pate. Liver is off the charts in B12 and many other B vitamins for high energy so a little goes a long way. Turkey and turkey livers are pureed with lentil to create a low-fat, creamy textured dip in this recipe.
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The dark meat of duck can scared people away, but its succulent flavor needs to be tried. You'll be a convert. This bright salad stars seared duck breast which pairs perfectly with the tart sweetness of pomegranate and oranges.
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High in protein, B vitamins and other nutrient, rabbit has been enjoyed for centuries. Try something new today. You'll never guess the succulent meat in this stew is rabbit.
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Okra and gumbo cannot be separated. The crunchy vegetable swims among delicate pieces of crab in this New Orleans classic dish helping to thicken the stock.
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Those wary of seafood in general are probably petrified of fermented fish sauce. However you may use the American equivalent and not even know it: Worcestershire sauce. This dark brew has anchovies to that create a beguiling tang. Fish sauce is less scary among the spicy yet delicate flavors in this Thai dish.
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