Ground lamb pan-fried with aromatics and chili powder for a fast and easy weeknight dinner. The family can decide whether to serve this over rice, naan or pita for a real crowd pleaser. Or go all in and stuff wonton wrappers with this lamb recipe for a deep fried samosa.
A traditional Hungarian Goulash recipe of meat stewed in onions, tomatoes, peppers and potatoes. Finished off with a little vermouth and traditional Hungarian dumplings. This national Hungarian dish started out as a modest dish invented by shepherds.
Soto Ayam is a bright, yellow chicken noodle soup from Indonesia. A great way to to use up leftover ingredients such as veggies, herbs, eggs and meat. Customize to your taste with soy sauce, chili sauce, citrus, vinegars and oils.
Canned mackerel fish cakes are flavored with garlic, onions, chopped cilantro, Dijon mustard, hot sauce and lemon juice. These are then coated with seasoned panko breadcrumbs and pan fried in a cast iron skillet. Serve this with a spicy mayo remoulade and you have a flavor explosion situation.
Haggis Neeps and Tatties. A traditional Scottish food. Lamb, rutabaga and potatoes come together with whiskey sauce for a beloved Scottish cuisine. Make this for your next Burn’s Supper!
Irish Beef and Guinness Pie is a rich and hearty savory pie made with beef, onions, carrots and Guinness Stout. The filling develops a velvety rich gravy as it simmers on the stove. Puff pastry caps the ramekins for a flaky topping. Serve with some tatties and a pint of Guinness for a complete, traditional Irish meal. What is your favorite Irish recipe?
A traditional Cocido recipe, Spain’s ultimate comfort food. Feed a crowd with this communal recipe, perfect for family gatherings. Several types of meat are stewed with Winter vegetables and served family style.