Recipes From Around The World

Discover a whole host of authentic traditional recipes from different cultures and countries all over the world. Typical recipes from local cuisines and dishes. Cook and try foods from different countries.

Traditional Moroccan Tagine Recipe

Traditional Moroccan Tagine Recipe

Moroccan Tagine is a classic North African dish that uses dried fruits, vegetables, preserved foods, and meat, in combination with aromatic spices. Morocco is distinguished by its European, Arabian, and Berber influences, and hence, its cuisines can be seen made using its techniques and flavors.…

Jellied Moose Nose Recipe: A Canadian Delicacy

Jellied Moose Nose Recipe: A Canadian Delicacy

Among many weird yet delicious foods eaten around the world, jellied moose nose is certainly up there! Similar to European head cheese consisting of both white and dark meat, jellied moose nose is considered a delicacy of northern Canada and Alaska. It may seem unusual…

Palusami Recipe: A Polynesian Delicacy

Palusami Recipe: A Polynesian Delicacy

Palusami is a delicacy in Polynesia that is made by wrapping a beef, onion and coconut mixture in leaves before baking. It is considered a staple in the Polynesian islands, particularly in Samoa, Kiribati and Fiji. Palusami wildly popular at feasts and parties and it’s…

Muktuk: The Inuit Whale Delicacy

Muktuk: The Inuit Whale Delicacy

Muktuk is a traditional Inuit delicacy that consists of whale meat cut into cubes. Yes, you read that right! This dish is certainly not for the faint of heart. It evokes a very polarized reaction from people. Muktuk is eaten by Inuits predominantly in Greenland,…

Ostrich Egg Omelette Recipe South African Style

Ostrich Egg Omelette Recipe South African Style

An ostrich omelette is exactly what you would expect. An omelette made using the egg of an ostrich! In South Africa the ostrich egg omelette is a hangover cure and boy what a hangover you must have to need an egg that big for breakfast!…

Malawi Nsima Recipe & Everything You Must Know

Malawi Nsima Recipe & Everything You Must Know

If there’s one place that deserves to be called the Warm Heart Of Africa, it’s Malawi. Unlike the more westernized countries in Africa, Malawi is somewhat untouched by external culture; which makes for a very unique tourist destination. Wildlife reserves, tea plantations, beautiful scenery, and…..…

Fruit Bat Soup: The Traditional Palau Delicacy

Fruit Bat Soup: The Traditional Palau Delicacy

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, they say. And that’s exactly what you’ll think after trying Palau’s famed delicacy – Fruit Bat Soup. This is truly one of the weirdest foods eaten around the world. Served in a large bowl of delicious soup…

Australian Anzac Biscuits: History & Recipe

Australian Anzac Biscuits: History & Recipe

Anzac biscuits are one of those sweet treats that just defines Australia due to its rich history and continued adoration by the population. If you’re Australian and just want to find out the history of Anzac biscuits or you’re planning a big Aussie vacation, it’s…

Authentic Tortas Fritas Recipe

Authentic Tortas Fritas Recipe

If you’ve ever been to Uruguay or Argentina you will surely have tried the classic tortas fritas sweet treat. For those of you who haven’t tortas fritas are essentially deep-fried dough tossed with sugar, and they are oh-so-delicious! Tortas fritas translates to ‘fried cakes’ and…

Chinese Bird’s Nest Soup  Delicacy: Facts, Benefits, Price & Recipe

Chinese Bird’s Nest Soup Delicacy: Facts, Benefits, Price & Recipe

If you’ve ever come across any mention of the famed Chinese Delicacy Bird’s Nest Soup you’ve probably heard all kinds of good things about it. It’s good for infants, prevents you from falling sick, excellent for pregnant women, (is this the elixir to immortality?!)…..the list…

Authentic Uzbek Plov Recipe

Authentic Uzbek Plov Recipe

Persians and people from the west call it pilaf. In the Hindu language, they call it pulav, whereas in Urdu it is referred to as pulao. It is a recipe that has passed through boundaries and has made a name and version for itself in…

Salvadorian Sopa De Pata Recipe: Cow’s Feet Soup

Salvadorian Sopa De Pata Recipe: Cow’s Feet Soup

El Salvador is a wonderful place to try some of the amazing dishes that represent Latin America. One such dish that I absolutely loved to eat in El Salvador was Sopa De Pata (cow’s feet soup), also known as Caldo De Pata. One of the…

Authentic Ghanaian Kelewele Recipe (Spicy Fried Plantains)

Authentic Ghanaian Kelewele Recipe (Spicy Fried Plantains)

If you’ve ever been to Accra, or anywhere else in Ghana for that matter, you will likely be familiar with the outrageously delicious Kelewele! Kelewele is essentially just fried plantains that have been seasoned with a variety of spices and served alongside a stew or…

North Carolina Cheerwine Barbecued Chicken Recipe

North Carolina Cheerwine Barbecued Chicken Recipe

North Carolina may not be the first state you think of when you hear the word chicken. Indeed, Kentucky has a bit of a monopoly on the bird. However, North Carolina is the home of a fantastic recipe using locally produced soft drink Cheerwine to…

Hawaiian Ahi Poke Bowl Recipe

Hawaiian Ahi Poke Bowl Recipe

My trip to Hawaii inspired this scrumptious Ahi Poke Bowl recipe, one of my absolute foodie highlights! I was quite amused at the fusion of cuisine in Hawaii having a mixture of western deep fried everything, quality char grilled meats and Japanese inspired fresh raw…

Traditional Australian Pie Floater Recipe

Traditional Australian Pie Floater Recipe

Australia and England have a strong connection in terms of traditional national dishes. So, on my very first trip to London I was keen to get in and around some of those classic British dishes to see the similarities, and perhaps learn some new recipe…

Traditional Vigorón Recipe – Nicaragua (Cabbage & Yuca)

Traditional Vigorón Recipe – Nicaragua (Cabbage & Yuca)

Vigorón is a stunning, traditional, authentic Nicaraguan salad dish made from yuca (cassava), cabbage and pork rind. It feels and tastes so wonderfully Central and Latin American with its use of the yuca plant and a fresh lime flavour. Vigorón mostly consists of a light…

Traditional Guyanese Pepperpot Recipe

Traditional Guyanese Pepperpot Recipe

This Guyanese Pepperpot recipe is the number one traditional dish of Guyana, and is considered to be the national dish. Pepperpot is essentially a meat stew dish that uses Cassareep (a sticky black sauce made from cassava root) to give it it’s strong, aromatic flavor.…