Should you be visiting Singapore during the Chinese New Year season, here are ten delicious festival foods to try.
Cabbage pancakes are an excellent option for breakfast or brunch. I highly recommend them because they are crunchy and delicious, loaded with nutrients, and quick and easy to make, too.
Recaíto is a Puerto Rican type of sofrito and is an essential ingredient when preparing meals. I have tried store-bought versions, but I've found the flavor to lack the freshness of a homemade version. With this recipe, you can easily make your own.
Ten scrumptious, classic Hawaiian desserts and sweet treats to help you celebrate the holiday season. Mele Kalikimaka!
Sausage rolls made with Scottish vegetarian haggis are a delicious vegan version of the classic British pub snack.
If you visit any Southeast Asian country during the holiday season, you are sure to find many of these delicacies in the shops and markets.
Traditional poutine consists of French fries, cheese curds, and a brown, flavourful gravy. It's a delicious meal that originated in the province of Quebec.
Arroz con gandules is an inexpensive, perfect mix of protein, carbohydrates, veggies, and deliciousness.
Edible insects are a nutritious food. Farming insects has environmental benefits and will likely become increasingly important as the Earth's population increases.
Vegetarian haggis, the meat-free version of the Scottish delicacy, combined with keema curry spices makes a delicious and spicy alternative for Burns Night supper.
The popular Indian breakfast dish known as idli is incomplete without a piping hot small onion sambar on the side. No other side dish can match this sambar when it comes to serving hot idli.
Malay-style rice noodle soup is one of my favorite soup recipes to make. This dish is often served during the Eid Festival in Malaysia. However, it can be served as a regular lunch or dinner, as well. It's particularly warming dish on a cold day!
An Irish coddle is one of Ireland's traditional recipes, and it is still popular today. The recipe is made with pork sausages, rashers of bacon, potatoes, and onions. I also explain the history of why this dish became a national tradition.