Enjoying global cuisine at home is a great way to learn about and appreciate the world, with all of its diverse ingredients and exciting flavours. Feast your eyes and control your drooling as we reveal our pick of recipes from across the globe.
Said to have originated in the markets of Paris, where the rich, savoury broth fuelled early traders and late-night revellers alike, French onion soup is delicious and easy to make at home.
Serve this cheesy, flakey pie with a selection of salads and flatbreads, or simply by itself with thick, seasoned yoghurt
Amazing cakes have come out of Vienna and this coffee cake is a prime example of how good a sponge cake can be!
This easy citrus tart gets amazing flavour from tangerine juice.
Sri Lankan curries are heavily spiced, chilli-hot and rich with coconut milk. This version is easy, vegan and healthy!
The ultimate comfort food, spaghetti Cacio e Pepe is a simple Roman dish that depends on the quality of just a few ingredients.
Learn to make an impressive Easter celebration cake, which can be decorated in many different ways.
Celebrate Easter by baking a batch of classic hot cross buns.
Our partners in India asked their Head Chef Zavedul what dish received the most requests from guests and he has shared his recipe so you can replicate this dish at home.
"The smell of Fanesca, Ecuador's number one Easter dish continued to pervade all households and to many of our friends."
If you haven’t tried tsoureki (Greek Easter bread) before, then you are certainly missing out! Soft, fluffy, with a beautiful brown semi-soft crust and an amazing stringy texture
As we look for more ways to keep our kitchens well-stocked, we at Jules Verne have put together some tips to help you make the most of your fridge and freezer space.
A classic apple strudel recipe can't be beaten! Be sure to serve with cream, ice cream or custard.
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