We may not be able to travel at the moment but we can make feasts for the family at home based on recipes taken from around the globe.
Your local Travelmaker team think one of the best things about going on holiday is indulging in treats from those local cafes on the roadside, trying local delicacies at food markets and treating ourselves to 5* dishes in restaurants atop picturesque hilltops.
Let’s hope we can all be somewhere far away soon but in the meantime try the below recipes.
Recipes from Italy
This easy frittata recipe makes the most of seasonal Jersey Royals, with plenty of fresh herbs too.
Coffee, chocolate and vodka come together in our impressive take on a popular Italian dessert.
Two of our favourite pasta dishes rolled into one.
2 of your 5 a day Using stuffing mix is a great shortcut to making veggie meatballs.
This elegant spaghetti dish is super-easy – and ready in just 20 minutes
Recipes from America
Looking for really fast food? You can whip up this classic American lunch in just 5 minutes.
Make the ultimate burger at your barbecue, complete with bacon and a homemade tangy burger sauce.
These pitta pockets might be messy, but they're worth it
These rich brownies are topped with chocolate biscuits and a bourbon-infused caramel.
Treat yourself to a Friday night feast with a fast-food favourite. Usually made with chicken, this time it’s vegan.
Recipes from Mexico
The homemade Cajun rub makes the British steak extra tasty
Turn readymade chilli bean and rice soup into a hearty dinner with homemade meatballs and crispy, spiced chickpeas
This hot dog topping is smoky, crunchy, spicy and sweet all at once - a real flavour bomb.
Make this speedy Mexican meal in just 15 minutes
There’s loads of colour and texture in this easy salad – ideal for lunch on a sunny day.
Recipes from India
These tasty parcels of crisp filo are filled with spicy British mince.
Assemble this spicy and colourful plateful — starring tender Co-op British chicken — in just over half an hour.
Four ingredients and 15 minutes — yep, that’s really all it takes to make these second-to-naan breads.
Chickpeas are a great source of fibre and protein.
This Indian-style ice cream is so easy — no need to tell everyone though!