7 x summer world dishes in a Culy jacket

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Whether you wanted it or not, we (almost) all grew up with it. In the days when packets and pouches had their heyday, Knorr perhaps reigned supreme. From ‘South African’ – in quotes – bobotie to ‘Indian’ chicken madras, everyone had a favorite. Because we are in favor of all cuisines, but less of packages and bags, here are 7 recipes for the real ‘world dishes’.

7 x summer world dishes à la Culy

1. South African bobotie

Suitable for and appreciated by large groups: South African bobotie. The refreshing combination of raisins, minced meat, apples and curry ensures a high level of eating. Also nice: this real ‘world dish’ is easy to make in advance. So more time for the visit.

Casserole Bobotie

> To the recipe: Bobotie: South African casserole with minced meat and a turmeric custard

2. Indian chicken madras

No packages or bags is the motto in this list. We only use a spice mix for the madras. A slightly faster version than the real original recipe. Making the spice mixture yourself brings many more flavors into the dish. The recipe for this can be found here .

Indian chicken curry madras

> To the recipe: Delicious Indian curry Madras with chicken

3. Mexican tacos

‘Mexican’ cuisine was fully represented in Knorr’s range of world dishes. From enchiladas to burritos, everyone proudly served a ‘real’ Mexican meal, powered by Knorr. Because there was a lot wrong with the tacos, we have a dish for tacos that are a lot tastier.

Tacos Al Pastor recipe

> To the recipe: Tacos al pastor (tacos with ham and pineapple) from Comida Mexicana

4. Japanese Teriyaki Chicken

One thing is clear: Knorr’s marketing team loves chicken. We find the poultry in a lot of ‘world dishes’, such as the chicken teriyaki from Japan. We found it on the shelves in a powder bag, but we prefer to make it ourselves. So with this one.

Chicken Teriyaki

> To the recipe: Culy Homemade: homemade teriyaki chicken

5. Spanish paella

A firm favorite on Saturday evening: Spanish paella in a package. Because it was so special that you could now just make that one paella from your holiday in Spain at home.

And so easy too! Unfortunately, the real paella is so tasty because it takes a lot of time and love, just check these do’s and don’ts . We have a simplified version, which in any case does not involve packages and bags.

> To the recipe: Paella with prawns

6. Italian lasagna

We fear that in our teenage years we too have found ourselves guilty of making lasagna from a package. Something with a lack of patience and knowledge. Fortunately, we now know better and our taste buds are sharpened. And that means: only lasagna from scratch .

basic lasagna recipe

> To recipe: Culy Homemade: the basic recipe for lasagna

7. Portuguese piri piri

Perhaps the most famous classic from Portuguese cuisine: chicken piri piri. We’ve never met anyone who doesn’t love it. Apart from the vegetarians of course, but we have also devised an alternative for that. So forget the ready-made versions, we explain in great detail (and with a hack to have it ready even faster) how to make it crackling fresh yourself.

Chicken piri piri stock

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