Croatian Štrukli are soft and pillow-y dumplings that can be baked or (as we present them here) served in a cheese dumpling soup.
If you think the only time you can enjoy authentic, international dishes is on a trip abroad or eating at an expensive restaurant, think again.
It’s our mission to help you travel the world from the comforts of your own kitchen with the help of fun, easy to follow international recipes. Each country and region has beautiful, unique flavors.
Isn’t it time you stepped out of your comfort zone and tried something new for dinner tonight?
Browse the collection below or take a look at specific regions:
These homemade tubular pasta, Žrnovski Makaruni, are a traditional recipe from the island of Korčula, Croatia.
Komiška pogača is a classic Croatian bread from the island of Vis. This dish, filled with anchovies and tomatoes boasts classic Mediterranean flavors.
Makarony Po Flotski or Russian Navy Style Pasta is a quick, budget-friendly pasta and beef dinner.
This Imeruli Khachapuri is a delicious and filling Georgian cheese-filled bread.
Pan de coco is a dairy free coconut bread from Honduras.
Tender, grilled pork souvlaki is bursting with fresh Greek flavors of lemon and herbs.
Japchae is a Korean noodle stir fry made with sweet potato starch noodles (also called glass noodles) and vegetables.
Jajangmyeon is a popular Korean-Chinese dish of noodles in black bean sauce, served with vegetables and diced pork.
This traditional French preparation of roast leg of lamb with rosemary and garlic is the perfect dish to wow any guests!
Cypriot Flaounes are tasty Greek cheese pastries that are commonly eaten during the Easter season.