In Mexico and Portugal, tripas (cow’s stomach) is the key ingredient in the traditional dishes: Tripas Tacos (Mexico) and Tripas A moda Do Porto (Portugal). This Tripas Tacos recipe is largely inspired by the amazing tripe dishes I tried on my travels around Mexico. Aside from being able to […]
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This hortobagy-style pancakes recipe is traditional Hungarian stew stuffed pancake dish, known locally as Hortobágyi palacsinta. Found in abundance in the beautiful capital of Budapest, one of Europe‘s greatest cities, they are essentially stuffed crepes with a delicious stew sauce. Hortobagy pancakes consist of a beautiful meat […]
Smalahove is a bizarre traditional Norwegian recipe of sheeps head, usually eaten on the Sunday before Christmas. Smalahove is undoubtedly one of the weirdest recipes in the world but whilst it might look slightly disturbing, it is basically just lamb and the more meatier parts of […]
This Sapasui recipe is adored in Samoa, a variation on the classic Chinese Chop Suey recipe, there are many different ways to cook this dish. This is one of the most typical recipes in Samoan cuisine, hailing straight from the beautiful Oceanic island. Samoan food recipes […]
This kaya toast recipe showcases one of the most delicious and unique snacks I’ve tried in all of South East Asia. The sweet and salty flavours combine perfectly to create such a beautiful, flavoursome bite to eat. I first tried Kaya jam toast with soft […]
This authentic peanut porridge recipe has a fantastic reputation since being lofted from a modest staple of Jamaican cuisine to a culinary favourite of foodies across the planet. In fact, so popular is peanut porridge that it is now widely eaten across North America, particularly […]
The following guinea pig (Cuy) recipes are based on the traditional authentic Peruvian national dish, Cuy, named so because of the noise a guinea pig makes (pronounced ‘kwee’). Guinea pig (Cuy) is a delicacy that is very typically associated with typical Peruvian cuisine but it is also eaten […]