Creamy, thick, luxurious, kissed with a hint of natural sweetness, and fresh with a slightly nutty flavor, clotted cream is what you might imagine to be the perfect, beautiful child of freshly whipped cream and grass fed butter.
Zhoug, a vibrant green cilantro based sauce from Yemen, is both fresh and fiery. It's layered with flavor, from earthy cumin, to aromatic coriander, to bright orange zest. Put a dollop on eggs, spread a bit on a sandwich, or use it as a dip, and enjoy the zingy and aromatic flavors of the Middle East!
Harira, considered the national soup of Morocco, is a healthy, yet satisfying, combination of tomatoes, chickpeas, lentils, and pasta. This vegetarian version is generously seasoned with aromatic flavors like saffron, turmeric, and fresh cilantro, and will leave your kitchen scented with the magical aromas of Morocco.
Champurrado is a creamy chocolate drink from Mexico with a distinctly earthy and rich flavor. It gets this delicious depth of flavor from the addition of several very unique ingredients. Read on to learn more...
Savory veggies stuffed inside a crispy, yet tender flatbread - yes, please! This recipe from Afghanistan is a fun and flavor filled street food called bolani. Serve them up as a light entree, side for a soup or salad, or pack them up for lunch or a picnic.
Homemade, authentic corn tortillas are surprisingly easy to make, contain only 3 ingredients, and taste sooo much better than store-bought! They’re tender, fresh, moist, pliable, and have a delicious corn flavor. Try out this simple recipe for your next taco night, and enjoy the authentic flavors of Mexico!
Aloo Masala, or Potato Masala, is an Indian dish made with yellow potatoes, sautéed onions, and a tasty blend of spices and fresh chilies. Make it as a stuffing for masala dosa, serve it as a flavorful side dish, or even heat some up for a savory breakfast. Or if you want to mix things up, serve it as a unique and healthy potato salad at your next picnic or bbq.
This Polish recipe for pierogi makes wonderfully soft and pillowy dumplings filled with a savory, vegan mushroom and cabbage stuffing. Serve them up with fried onions, and maybe even a dollop of sour cream (for us non-vegans), for a deliciously crowd-pleasing comfort food.
This Ropa Vieja, or Cuban braised shredded beef, is succulent, meaty and savory, loaded with earthy spices and herbs, and spiked with just enough vinegar and briny olives to bring everything to life. Serious yumm!