A taste of the world

Delicious Foods without Borders!

  • Quiche aux Épinards (Spinach quiche)

    Quiches are usually liked equally by grownups and kids and this quiche is another way to make them eat some greens. They are perfect for brunch, lunch or a light dinner. You can substitute spinach with Swiss chards or even broccoli. I use ready made shortcrust pastry.

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  • Grilled, baked, fried vegetables

    Spinach, fried garlic and onions (recipe herein) Grilled peppers with garlic & olive oil (recipe herein) Broccoli fried with breadcrumbs (recipe herein) Baked carrots with dates (recipe herein) Vegetables skewers with pesto Grilled vegetables with a hint of olive oil, salt and pepper Baked cauliflower, chickpeas, garlic powder, hot smoked paprika and olive oil…

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  • Pakoras (Indian Veggie fritters)

    Pakoras are quite popular in India, especially as a street food. The main ingredient is the gram flour (chickpea flour) mixed with rice flour or wheat flour, vegetables of your choice, Indian spices and herbs. In this recipe, as vegetables, I have used a leftover of mashed potatoes, grated courgettes and scallions. Pakoras are ideal as a snack, […]

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  • Ramen Soup with Udon Noodles

    Ramen is a Japanese noodle soup. It was invented by Momofuku Ando who was looking for cheap but decent food for the working class. The instant packaged ramen noodles that are often a staple food for students are not really healthy as they lack fibre, protein, some vitamins and minerals and last but not least, […]

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  • Chicken & Olives Tagine

    Chicken and green olives tagine is best known as a Moroccan dish but originally both the recipe and the earthenware pot in which it is cooked is Berber and, therefore, cooked also in other North African countries. in Algeria, for example, it is known as Tagine Zitoune (the latter is the Arabic word for olives). […]

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  • Stew

    Irish Stew

    Irish Stew is Ireland’s hearty national dish, popular also in UK and America, mainly in the New England area where the immigrants first settled… ...more

  • Dessert

    Bread & Butter Pudding

    This old-fashioned British pudding is one of my family’s preferred dessert. It’s easy, moreish and is done with ingredients usually available in your pantry! ...more

  • Salad

    Pinto Beans Salad

    Beans are important for our diet. It is rich in plant protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals. Regular consumption of beans has been linked to… ...more

  • Pastry

    Nammoura – Lebanese Semolina...

    Namoura is a Lebanese baked semolina cake, easy to make. There are also other Middle Eastern versions. In Syria, and Palestine it’s known as… ...more