The Greatest Food Combinations

One of the best things to do in the kitchen is to try out different flavours and to discover new tastes that will excite and enhance your taste buds. Sometimes you can put two different ingredients together thinking ‘this will never work’ and you’ve ended up making a masterpiece. Some flavours are just classics together and you can’t have one without the other, so here are what we think are the top 10 greatest food combinations.

 

10. Beetroot and Orange

To many, this sounds like a shocking combination but there are so many recipes out there that use beetroot and orange together to make extremely refreshing meals. Like this beetroot orange & hazelnut salad which is a great one for the summer, so if you still want to hold onto the summer months why not try your hands at this salad?

Beetroot and Orange

Recipe and photo courtesy of BBC Good Food

 

9. Cheese and Crackers

Cheese and Crackers is a complete classic for after meals, snacks on a Saturday and at Christmas time. There is nothing simpler than getting a variety of crackers with a few different cheeses and presenting it on a board for your guests, however if you want to try and make your own crackers this Christmas, the Food Network has a great recipe for Thyme Crackers that go very well with goats cheese.

Cheese and Crackers

Recipe and Courtesy of Food Network

 

8. Spaghetti and Meatballs

This is a favourite for all the family and one where you can experiment on different flavours. Whether you like just a classic meatball or want to experiment with different flavours such as chilli, they are so easy to make so you are sure to please your family with this classic Italian combination.

Spaghetti and Meatballs

Recipe and photo courtesy of BBC Good Food

 

7. Peanut Butter and Jelly

Whether you have peanut butter and jelly in a sandwhich or on toast, there is no way to escape the amazing taste that comes when you combine these two spreads. However if you want to try something different why not try these delicious peanut butter and jelly bars? They make a great snack or to grab on your way out in the morning for that little bit extra for breakfast!

Peanut Butter and Jelly

Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network

 

6. Milk and Cookies

Not much needs to be said about this famous classic and it is at its best when served simply with no added extras. Follow the recipe provided for chocolate chip cookies and enjoy this evening snack the way it should be had.

Milk and Cookies

Recipe and photo courtesy of Cooking Channel TV

 

5. Buffalo Wings and Blue Cheese

Many people are put off by blue cheese however teamed up with chicken wings makes for a perfect combination. There is nothing better on a Saturday afternoon than making a big platter of sticky chicken wings with a blue cheese dip and sitting down to an afternoon of gossiping and TV.

Buffalo Wings and Blue Cheese

Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network

 

4. Salt and Caramel

At first the thought of salt and caramel together can turn stomachs but once you have tasted your first mouthful of these two flavours combined, you will wonder how you never thought of it before. You can use these flavours to make scrumptious cupcakes or even this delightful salted caramel chocolate torte.

Salted Caramel

Recipe and photo courtesy of BBC Good Food

 

3. Pulled Pork and Coleslaw

There is nothing greater when having pulled pork to combine it with a dollop of coleslaw. Pulled pork takes little time to prepare but you must be patient with the cooking time in order to make the perfect pulled pork. The waiting time is definitely worth it especially if you team it with coleslaw and make a beautiful burger.

Pulled Pork and Coleslaw

Recipe and photo courtesy of Food Network

 

2. Chilli and Chocolate

There are little people who can truly say they that they don’t like chocolate. Chocolate is consumed all the time, whether it’s in a pudding as a mid-morning snack or a nice treat to munch on curled up on the sofa in the evenings. When chocolate is combined with the subtle hint of chilli, it brings an amazing kick to your favourite snack. Here is a recipe to make a delectable chocolate and chilli tart.

Chilli and Chocolate

Recipe and courtesy of Great British Chefs

 

1. Eggs and Bacon

Our number one greatest food combination has to be eggs and bacon. No matter which way you cook your eggs and whether you prefer smoked or unsmoked bacon, this combination can do no wrong. You can have eggs and bacon for breakfast, lunch or dinner and they will still taste just as great. So instead of a classic fry up here is a recipe for our number one combination in a pie.

Eggs and Bacon

Recipe and photo courtesy of Taste.com

 

 


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