We’re always exploring street food markets on our travels and it’s the perfect quick, easy and delicious way to explore different flavours and cuisines for great value, too. You know us – we explore via our tastebuds and we’re led by the mouth!
Ever want to recreate street food at home, but feel it might be a bit too difficult? Sometimes it’s easier than you think. Even when we’re just pottering around our own kitchen, we crave those exciting and tempting global flavours, so we’re always trying to recreate and replicate them. This recipe is just that – and though it takes a tiny bit of pre-planning, it’s totally worth the effort.
Celebrating a delicious cut of European lamb – a common ingredient found in street food around the world (sensationally slow-cooked, just like it wants to be) – this recipe is just a matter of assembling all the elements together, all can be either home-made or shop-bought, and seeing how all of these flavours, textures and spices combine to create a taste sensation.