Here on Great Group Trips, we’ve already covered some of the best virtual tours and the best travel books to cure that travel craving you may have during the new national lockdown. This week we’re exploring another one of your senses by recommending some worldwide foods you can make at home, to make it feel like you’ve jetted off somewhere exotic.
Smoky Spinach Shakshuka
Shakshuka is a classic North African and Middle Eastern dish and one that’s eaten for breakfast or any meal of the day. Nadiya Hussain’s Smoky Spinach Shakshuka is a healthy green twist on this traditional recipe. It’s cooked in a rich tomato sauce and finished with runny eggs on top, and is even more delicious served with yoghurt and toast.
Find the recipe on Nadiya’s website.
All-American Bacon Cheeseburger
Keep it simple by recreating a staple in American culture. An All-American Bacon Cheeseburger! This juicy cheeseburger is sure to rival any drive-thru options and will become your go-to burger recipe. Giving you an authentic taste of the states.
Find the recipe on Taste of Home.
Vietnamese cuisine is packed full of punchy, vibrant flavours and fresh, healthy ingredients. These Vietnamese style chicken-summer rolls are fresh, vibrant, and ready in 25 minutes. So tuck into your Vietnamese food and escape to Vietnam virtually with the Olive foodie guide to Hanoi.
South American cuisine is known for its ethnic fusion of spices and flavours that transport you into the heart of it via your tastebuds. Find this mouthwatering Beef Empanadas recipe on the Delicious website. These snack-sized, beef-packed pastries are a quintessential tapas dish.
Find the full recipe on delicious.
What do you think of when you think of Italy? Pasta? Ice cream? Well, you can’t go wrong with a homemade margarita pizza. This recipe from A Beautiful Plate has easy to follow videos and step by step dough instructions, is sure to tickle your tastebuds and settle your pizza cravings.
Jamie Oliver’s Seafood Paella is sure to transport you to the warm streets of Spain. Show off your cooking skills with this delicious Spanish paella, including monkfish, squid, clams and mussels.
Visit Jamie Oliver‘s website for the full recipe.
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