Eating out is great, but being able to cook the delicious ethnic foods you eat at restaurants is even better. It may seem daunting to put together a bunch of ingredients with which you might not be familiar (some with names you’ve never even heard of!), but with the guidelines below, you’ll be making your own versions of ethnic favorites in no time.

For the part of this list that covers Latin American and European cuisine, make sure to check out the first part of this guide using the link below.

The Food Hacks Guide to Getting Ethnic Flavors Right, Part 1
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