Pasta alla Norma hails from the Catania region in Sicily, comprising aubergines, tomatoes and ricotta.
Ropa Vieja is often mistakenly assumed to have originated from Cuba but actually hails from the Canary Islands.
Papas Arrugadas, meaning “wrinkled potatoes” in Spanish, is a typical Canarian dish found across the islands.
Keema Matar, curried minced meat, is India’s answer to the West’s savoury mince.
How well do you know delicacies from around the world?
Banana Turon, sometimes confused with “lumpia“, is the Pinoy version of banana fritters.
Learn how to make authentic Canarian Mojo Rojo at home, which literally means “red sauce” in Spanish.
Taro is a little known ingredient to the British market but surprisingly has been used in cooking all across the world, from Brazil and Egypt to Greece and Japan.
Dukkah. The spice mix is infiltrating our Western plates albeit slowly.
Filipino cuisine. Have you ever tried it? It’s about time for it to come under the spotlight. Here you will learn how to make Oxtail stewed in peanut sauce.