3 International Recipes to Help You Get Your Global Grub On

By: Mike Dunn | Kristina Guerrero | Posted: 10:31 AM, May 16, 2019 Updated: 10:35 AM, May 17, 2019

Join us as we circumnavigate the globe and learn traditional meal prep of other cultures’ foods. Chef Steven Ferneding is the author of the Trading Dishes cookbook, and he has some tips for making three distinctive regional dishes.


1. Morning Masala Omelet

Let’s start with the masala omelet from India. What makes this dish so authentically Indian is its garam masala. Garam masala is a spice blend of some of the most distinctive flavors and aromas of India: coriander, cumin, cardamom, fennel and mustard seed all mixed into scrambled eggs. Get the recipe here.


2. Koh San Road Spring Rolls

Next – we’re heading to Thailand for the Koh San Road spring rolls. Steven says using fresh veggies like cabbage, mushrooms, carrots and ginger from a farmer’s market is the best way to replicate the bold Thai flavors. And the secret to top it off? Oyster sauce. Get the recipe here.


3. Dragon Fruit Drink

Our final destination serves up a dragon fruit drink from Bali. The drink is simple to make! After peeling the skin, place the fruit in a blender with ice and simple syrup. Get the recipe here.


Is your mouth watering yet? Now you’ve got three ways to get a taste of culture with world cuisines.