World Recipes

  • 10 famous world recipes

    10 famous world recipes

    From Britain to Spain, Africa to Greece – HELLO! Online has gathered 10 of the world's most famous recipes from the new e-booklet Travel Around the…

  • Irish lamb stew

    Irish lamb stew

    Many countries have their own version of this white stew, but the dish has become synonymous with Ireland. This version uses floury King Edward…

  • Celia Brooks' Spanish gazpacho

    Celia Brooks' Spanish gazpacho

    Gazpacho comes in many guises – some do not even use tomatoes, as it’s been around since before Columbus returned to Spain from the New World…

  • Falafel recipe from the Middle East

    Falafel recipe from the Middle East

    Falafels have been around for so long, nobody can be sure of their origin, though many cultures lay claim to them. Arguments flair up about ownership…

  • Zoe Adjonyoh's Ghanaian kelwele

    Zoe Adjonyoh's Ghanaian kelwele

    "This simple and quick side dish or snack is pronounced ‘Kaylaywaylay’. It’s a common street food from roadside chop bars and food stalls in…

  • Moroccan lamb tagine with cous cous

    Moroccan lamb tagine with cous cous

    A tagine, historically a Berber dish, is a succulent stew made of meats and vegetables and traditionally cooked in a conical clay pot to allow the…

  • South African bobotie recipe

    South African bobotie recipe

    Bobotie is a popular South African dish of spiced minced meat, onion, dried fruit, and chutney, baked in the oven with an egg-based, custard-like…

  • Matt Tebbutt's New York cheesecake

    Matt Tebbutt's New York cheesecake

    “This recipe for Classic American Cheesecake with Berry Compote comes from a native New Yorker and they know how to make a good cheesecake! The…

  • Anjum Anand's Indian gulab jamun

    Anjum Anand's Indian gulab jamun

    "These are really delicious and one of India’s favourite little desserts. They are made with reduced milk normally but as that takes a lot of time…