World Cuisine, Food Recipes and Cuisines around the world.
It's great that the love of food or cuisine is universal and bind us. That's great because no racism. Now we know all the countries in the world have variety of splendid and delicious food. A trip around the world through recipes. Read about the hottest trends and recipes that the world has to offer.
We love Greek food – from a simple salad, to grilled lamb skewers to a classic moussaka.
This dish is a legend! Creamy, juicy and absolutely delicious.
Greek moussaka (mousaka) is one of the most popular dishes in Greece, served in almost every tavern and prepared in every household on special occasions and big family meals
Show off your culinary skills with regional and traditional French treats such as onion soup.
If you’re a fan of traditional French onion soup – and who isn’t?
It’s kitted out with all of the ingredients that make the soup such a treasure – tender, browned onions, beef broth, red wine,
Gruyere cheese and French bread and, finally, lathered up with mustard mayo.
Find scrumptious recipes from Eastern Europe – including hearty Polish stews, Borscht, Hungarian goulash, chicken paprikash, Russian beef stroganoff and more.
If your family is of European descent, chances are you have some very specific recipes that have become traditions in your family.
Enjoy traditional Italian dishes with classics such as lasagne, and regional specialities.
Despite the successful export of the “Italian restaurant,” the idea of a unified Italian cuisine is something many Italians reject. Instead, there are regional dishes, sometimes with tastes as different as you’d find between countries.
Create your own traditional bento box or try homemade sushi with wasabi and Japanese rice.
Japanese bento boxes may have recently become a popular form of ‘packed lunch’ all over the world, but they actually have a rich and culturally significant history in Japan going back hundreds of years.
Northern dishes and recipes from Scandinavia and Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland.
From cured salmon to saffron-tinged sweets to Swedish meatballs, the cuisine of today’s Scandinavia tells the story of how some of the world’s most forward-thinking chefs are interpreting the Northern European landscape.
Relying on fresh ingredients, like herbs and garlic, olive oil, but also on spices from its former colonies (India, Mozambique and Brazil)
Portuguese food is amongst the tastiest in the world. Although mostly famous for the seafood, you’ll find amazing traditional meat dishes as well.
Paella has transcended Spanish borders and earned international fame primarily as an extravagant, saffron-scented rice and seafood dish cooked in a wide, flat pan.
But in its native home of Valencia, paella comes in many forms, from rustic versions based on products from the land to showy variations using the bounty of the sea.
Southeast Asia is a vast tropical region comprising the nations of Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, and many more.
Surrounded by the sea and covered in dense jungles, the area is home to some of the world’s boldest, funkiest ingredients and spices such as lemongrass, kaffir limes, and Thai chili