Spanish Food These are just a small selection of the food that is eaten in Spain.
Gazpacho is a cold tomato-based soup and is a speciality of Andalucía. Albondigas Spanish meatballs seasoned with herbs.
Paella is a typical Spanish dish. It is normally made using shellfish but can also be made with chicken or rabbit. Calamares Crisp, flour-coated squid rings that are fried in hot oil.
Portuguese Food These are just a small selection of the food that is eaten in Portugal.
Caldeirada is a typical Portuguese stew consisting of a large variety of fish, and sometimes shellfish, with potato, tomatoes and onion. Bacalhau is the Portuguese name for salt cod. It is a very popular fish in Portugal, so much so that they say they have a different bacalhau recipe for each day.
Queijadas These cupcake-like egg and milk pastries are lightly sweet. Arroz Doce or Arroz de Leite (Portuguese rice pudding) with milk, cinnamon and lemon
Polish Food These are just a few of the traditional foods eaten throughout Poland.
Rosó ł is a traditional Polish chicken soup, usually served with noodles. Kielbasa This is a traditional Polish sausage
Sernik Polish Cheese Cake has a solid, dry consistency-- although it is moist and flavourful. Makowiec (Poppy Seed Cake) A traditional Polish dessert, especially popular during the Christmas and Easter seasons.
Italian Food These are a few of the traditional foods eaten in Italy.
POLENTA FRITTA Fried Polenta Polenta fried with a cover of breadcrumbs becomes pleasantly crunchy and tasty. Pizza with Tomato, Mozzarella, and Mushrooms
Gnocchi consists of dough simply shaped in small dumplings. Spaghetti bolognese is a traditional pasta dish.
Lithuanian Food Here are some of the traditional foods eaten in Lithuania
Bulviu Blynai (Potato Pancakes) Kugeli made with potatoes, onions, eggs, and bacon
Welsh Food These are a small selection of traditional foods eaten in Wales. Do you ever eat any of these ?
Cawl A stew or country soup made of meat and vegetables, all cooked together in a large pot or cauldron. Laver is an edible seaweed commonly found on the south west coast of Wales. It is mixed with fine oatmeal, formed into small cakes and fried in bacon fat.
Welsh cakes are a bit like a flat scone, baked on a griddle and with a distinctive flavour and texture, usually served hot spread with butter. Bara brith is a rich tea loaf sometimes known as speckled bread.
Welsh rarebit Similar to cheese on toast but is made with a mixture of cheese, milk and mustard.
Crempog These are Welsh pancakes made in very much the same way as "ordinary" pancakes, except that buttermilk is traditionally used.
I hope you have seen some food that you already enjoy or would like to try! Happy eating !