Celebrating World Food Day


Celebrating World Food Day
Try 5 of our favourite recipes from 5 different countries.

It’s World Food Day. Celebrated globally on October 16, World Food Day encourages people to indulge in the diverse and delicious foods of the world. The event acknowledges the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations in 1945, which strives to create and maintain sustainable food systems and achieve zero hunger worldwide.

It’s no secret that we love food, so we’ve selected 5 recipes from 5 different countries to get you inspired.

Brazil: Grilled Chicken Skewers

Infuse your mid-week meals with the tantalising tastes of Brazil using these delectable skewers.

Indonesia: Nasi Goreng

Nasi Goreng is such a delicious meal, lunch or dinner, the warm delicious flavours like chilli, soy, garlic added with prawns & chicken. You are sure to love this easy Nasi Goreng recipe.

France: French Chocolate Almond Macaroons

A traditional French pastry dating back to the 18th century, the macaroon is an artful addition to a decadent lunch.


Argentina: Steak Sandwich with Chimichurri & Cannellini with Bean Salad

Give your steak sandwich some South American flavour with a spicy sauce and serve with a tasty bean salad.


India: Kheeraj with Rose Petals & Pistachios

Kheeraj is a traditional rice pudding, often served in Indian homes. You will come across different versions, as all Indian families have their own way of making it.

Kheeraj with Rose Petals & Pistachios


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