Discover the recipes of Walloon cuisine – family secrets, passed down from generation to generation, which make up our gastronomic heritage.
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Walloon culinary tradition or melting pot?
Wallonia is a place where people of many different nationalities have settled or passed through over the years, and they have left their traces on the region.
And our regional cuisine reflects these movements. Traditional Walloon gastronomy has developed over the course of history.
Walloon culinary tradition or melting pot – it doesn’t matter, so long as there’s inventiveness, enthusiasm, an appreciation for authentic produce and an excellent result.
Today’s chefs take the recipes of yesteryear and the numerous cultural influences on our region and translate them into a cuisine that is full of the richness of the Walloon land.
See the different recipes we have selected for you:
Recipe of the month :
This speciality comes from the Virton region where, every year on 26 December, an eating competition is held for the title of ‘King of Pâté Gaumais’.
Double Binchoise pancakes
Feuilletés of Molignée snails with herbs
Rice pudding tart
Pork Fillet Al'berdouille
Grenadin of Veal “Sambre & Meuse”
Tarte al d'jote
Pheasant à la Brabançonne