In this article, we'll take you on a journey to learn about some of the most popular traditional foods around the world, and show you how to prepare them using some of our favorite recipes. We hope that this journey will open your eyes to the many flavors and varieties of food out there, and allow you to explore new culinary territory. Bon appetit!
Healthy Full English with Chicken Sausages and Turkey Bacon - Eat Like an Athlete
Diet: High Protein | Low Carb | Source Of Protein | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars
This is a great option when you are craving that naughty weekend breakfast after having had a few drinks the night before. Items like turkey bacon and chicken sausages are widely available in the supermarkets now meaning you can get a really tasty but lean fry-up option without going off the rails.
Thai Tofu Curry With Rice Noodles - Rachel Carr
Cuisine: Asian, Thai, world-cuisine
Diet: Low Sodium | Low Cholesterol | Cholesterol Free | Low Salt | Low Sugars
This sauce is simply irresistible and rich with a coconut milk base and fragrant spices. It's delicious with rice as well as noodles, which are used in this recipe.
Cuisine: Italian, Quick
Diet: Low Carb Source Of Protein Low Sugars
All I've been craving lately is pasta, pasta, pasta, but I wanted a lighter version. Enter the caprese salad! It has all the classic Italian flavours, but bumped up with cheese tortellini. This dish is sweet, savoury, herby, light, and comes together in minutes - a perfect meal!
Cuisine: European, French
Diet: High Protein Low Carb Source Of Protein Diabetes Friendly Low Sugars
This beef bourguignon is so good I don't even know where to start. I could seriously eat this dish every single day & not get sick of it. It uses simple ingredients & packs a ton of flavour.
Indian ‘Dosa’ with Spiced Sweet Potato - Jo Pratt
Cuisine: healthy, Indian
Diet: Low Sodium Healthy Low Saturated Fat Source Of Fiber Low Cholesterol Source Of Protein Cholesterol Free Low Salt
Authentic Indian dosa pancakes are made by soaking, blending and fermenting black gram lentils (urad dal) and rice. Delicious as they are, I wanted to make a recipe that can be made without too much advance thought and preparation. So, this is my take on dosa pancakes, which are wrapped around an aromatic spiced sweet potato and chickpea filling.
Kuku (Persian herb frittata) - Migrateful
Cuisine: Middle eastern
Diet: Healthy | Source Of Fibre | Low Carb | Source Of Protein | High Unsaturated Fat | Diabetes Friendly | Low Sugars
Packed with herbs, this Persian kuku can be served hot or cold as a starter, side or main dish. It lends itself particularly well as a light lunch with salad. Bright red cranberries are highly valued in Iranian cooking and give a wonderful explosion of tangy flavour.