Like us, you were probably elated to hear that we can finally order takeaways again. But even takeaways can become mundane if you eat them often enough. For the next week, we’re challenging you to eat your way around the world with these delicious and globally-inspired recipes.
If you make a different dish each day, it will not only make your week a little more exciting, but you will find that they are tastier and healthier than any shop-bought alternative.
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These simple tacos allow everyone to pick and choose their favourite fillings for a fun and informal dinner.
A mug of this Italian chicken soup is just what you need when you’re feeling under the weather. It’s like a hug in a mug, but it’s heavy on the garlic, so watch your breath afterward!
This super salad recipe is full of flavour and textures. If you try one new recipe this month, it has to be this one!
This globally-inspired recipe for Greek spinach pie makes a great meat-free option. Serve as a main dish, an accompaniment, or as finger food.
If you’re looking for a healthy dinner recipe to fill up the whole family this week, this fragrant and tasty curry is the perfect option to try.
Jamie Oliver‘s Bombay chicken and cauliflower dish doesn’t take too much prep, but we’d recommend marinating the chicken the night before you plan to cook and leaving it in the fridge overnight for more flavour. Our top tip with this dish is to lightly score the chicken breasts to increase the surface area before tossing on the marinade. This will give your chicken more flavour.
Apple pie is quintessentially American, and we absolutely adore this recipe for apple pie with salted caramel. It’s a match made in heaven, and when you’ve tasted it, you’ll certainly agree.
Our final globally-inspired recipe is an autumn fruit crumble with mixed fruits, served with vanilla ice cream or a dollop of clotted cream. Divine!
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Compiled by Food and Decor Editor Claire Badenhorst