Category: Iconic Dishes

Freshly made Borek ready to be served

diet-eat.net – Borek – Spiced lamb filo pastry

If you think this Borek looks stunning, just wait until you taste it!! Flaky filo pastry is wrapped around a spiced lamb filling dotted with pine nuts and currants, then into a charming spiral. Borek is found in different guises and goes by various names depending where you are – burek, bourekas, byrek etc. But

Freshly made Singapore Chilli Crab ready to be served

diet-eat.net – Singapore Chilli Crab | RecipeTin Eats

Here’s arguably the most famous crab recipe in the world: Singapore Chilli Crab! For the pinnacle of the experience, make this using fresh, live mud crab that you clean and cut yourself. Be prepared to get messy eating it (half the fun!) – and to be surprised at how quick it is to make! Singapore

Duck Confit on a bed of French lentils

diet-eat.net – Duck Confit (French slow-cooked duck)

Duck Confit is an adored and age-old French preparation for duck legs. Whole legs are slow-cooked in duck fat until the meat is meltingly tender, then the skin quickly crisped to golden perfection. This is a traditional Duck Confit recipe that’s low-effort and DOESN’T require buckets of duck fat! It’s waste-conscious and simple, yet a

Overhead photo of freshly baked brioche in a loaf pan, fresh out of the oven

diet-eat.net – Brioche | RecipeTin Eats

Rich and buttery, yet amazingly light and elegant, Brioche is one of the crowning glories of traditional French baking. Making delicious, boulangerie-quality brioche at home is actually far easier than you’d think. With this Brioche recipe, you’ll never have to settle again for the pricey and poor imitations from the shops! Brioche recipe If you’ve ever

Close up photo of roasted German Pork Knuckle (Schweinshaxe) with really crispy skin!

diet-eat.net – Crispy German Pork Knuckle (Schweinshaxe) with Beer Gravy

A hunk of impossibly tender, juicy pork meat on the bone, all wrapped in crispy crackling skin, you say? Be still my beating heart! Called Schweinshaxe, this slow-roasted German Pork Knuckle comes with a richly-flavoured beer gravy. Of the many things Germans have perfected, pork roast is right up there. And key to this meaty

Platter of freshly cooked Pide ready to be eaten

diet-eat.net – Pide – Turkish Flat Bread / Pizza

Pide is the famous baked Turkish flat bread that comes stuffed with a variety of toppings, including cheese, sausage, spiced meat and spinach. You could say it’s a cousin of Gozleme, only Pide dough is fluffier and more bread-like, and usually open-faced. It’s often described as a Turkish pizza. Greasy, gut-busting takeaway Pides sold at

Overhead photo of tray with freshly cooked Korean BBQ Marinated Beef Short ribs (Galbi)

diet-eat.net – Korean BBQ Marinated Beef Short Ribs (Galbi)

BBQ Marinated Beef Short Ribs (Galbi) is one of the standouts of the world famous Korean barbecue! The unique thing about Korean BBQ marinades is the exceptional tenderising quality which can be applied to traditionally tougher cuts such as short ribs, making them tender in a way you never thought possible. Sweet, savoury and rather

Stack of freshly baked Spanakopita slices

diet-eat.net – Spanakopita (Greek Spinach Pie) | RecipeTin Eats

Spanakopita – the iconic traditional Greek Spinach Pie with layers upon layers of golden buttery flaky filo pastry. For the best Spanakopita of your life, use raw rather than cooked spinach, and layer the phyllo pastry with finely shredded Greek cheese so it sticks together rather than flying everywhere when you cut it! Spanakopita If

diet-eat.net – Focaccia recipe (it’s incredible) | RecipeTin Eats

Forget the pale, too-sweet pillow bread that fuelled the focaccia rage of the 90’s. This is how a traditional Italian Focaccia recipe should be – ridiculously soft and fluffy inside, crispy on the outside with the signature ​chew​ from the secret ingredient – potato! About this Focaccia recipe Focaccia, that tin–baked Italian bread generously flavoured with

Samosas on a plate with tamarind dipping sauce

diet-eat.net – Samosa recipe | RecipeTin Eats

Nobody can resist these perfect triangles of flaky pastry, stuffed with a delicious spiced potato filling! But not all samosas are created equal. Too dry, not enough filling, bad pastry, weak spicing….. So I set out to make my own, and am proud to now share with you my very own Samosa recipe – my

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