Since lockdown started, I have been trying to fill my time with different hobbies and one of my favourites is trying recipes with my boyfriend. Treating the kitchen as a science lab when you want to be creative, it sets your spirit free and suddenly boredom is gone. To make it more challenging, my boyfriend and I decided to try different international recipes, that before we would only dare to try it in a restaurant, not cooking it, but at the end has been a funny and tasty adventure. In case, you want to explore your cooking talents and expand your cuisine to an international dimension, here are the links of our favourites, so far:
1.Tom Yum Soup – Easy to cook
2. Enchilada Pie – Easy to cook and super super tasty
Enchilada pie recipe | BBC Good Food
3.Baked chorizo and squash rice with manchego crust – Easy to cook. I recommend to substitute the butternut squash for sweet potato.
Baked Squash Recipe with Chorizo – olivemagazine
4.Korean beef barbecue – Difficult to cook, but so so worth it!
Korean beef barbecue (taste.com.au)
5. Honey garlic glazed salmon – The easiest recipe ever!
Best Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon Recipe – How to Make Honey Garlic Glazed Salmon (delish.com)
6. Mavrou (South African Curry) – Easy to prepare, but the cooking time is a bit long.
7.Peruvian Lomo Saltado – Easy to cook
Peruvian Lomo Saltado Recipe by Tasty
1.Sicilian Whole Orange Cake – Very easy to prepare and amazingly good!
Sicilian Whole Orange Cake (Using an Entire Orange: Peel, Juice and Pulp) – Christina’s Cucina
2.Strawberry Cake – Difficult to cook. Maybe not an international recipe, but it definitely deserves to be in this post 😊
Strawberry cake recipe | BBC Good Food
3. Olive oil cake – Easy to prepare. I saw this recipe in one of the blogs I follow “View from the Back – Ramblings of a retiree in France” and of course I had to try it. I totally recommend it! It has a lemon zesty flavour that awakes your senses and transports you to a Mediterranean countryside on a sunny morning.
The Musette: Olive oil cake – View from the Back
Will you try any of these recipes? If so, give me a feedback 🙂
Lots of love and peace Xx