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A few types of Belgian waffles exist, but the most famous is the Liège waffle. Alex Troullier at Wafflemeister (@wafflemeisterUK) at South Kensington shares his recipe below.
This is one of the most traditional street food delicacies in Greece, originally found on the streets of Constantinople, now Istanbul, as far back as the Byzantine era. I have added my own personal kick to the recipe, which is Mastic, from the island of Chios.
'Lamingtons have been my favourite treat for as long as I can remember.
One of the first treats children in Sweden learn to cook, Kladdkaka is a gooey chocolate cake that is as firm as an American brownie due to its sugar content on the outside, but runny and liquid in the middle.
Khachapuri is ubiquitous all over Georgia in many shapes and forms. Traditionally it is made with the Georgian cheese, Suluguni. In the UK a good substitute is a mixture of Gouda and Feta cheese. Celia Brooks has been with Divertimenti Cookery School since the very start!
A classic Russian starter.
Celebrate Chinese New Year in style and impress your friends by making your very own homemade Potstickers! These simple and delicious dumplings are enjoyed all over Asia and Beverly Yu will take you through two fool proof methods for 'crimping' your dumplings.
Roughly translated as potatoes with an asparagus and herb dressing, this makes a fantastic side dish to simply cooked white fish.
'Ande ki Bhurji' or 'Spicy Scrambled Eggs' is a quick street food snack that is also eaten at breakfast. The spice of green chillies, the sweetness of onions and the tang of tomatoes along with the creaminess of eggs is a perfect dish to eat with buttered toast or a roll.