Feeling a little trapped at home? Travel the world from the comfort of your own kitchen with these internationally inspired recipes.
While we welcomed a new year, not much has changed, especially when it comes to traveling. With a whole year ahead of us and no travel plans on the calendar, we’re feeling a little antsy. Can you relate? Why not mix up your normal recipes with these international-inspired meals and travel the world from your own kitchen. We’re all about making the best of a hard situation and looking for the bright side of things. We hope you enjoy one of these cozy recipes with people you love.
This One-Bowl No-Mixer Homemade Naan is soft, puffy and impossibly delicious! It rivals the naan at your favorite Indian restaurant and you can make it yourself at home with minimal effort!
Avgolemono, a lemony Greek chicken pasta soup is healthy and hearty (lots of satisfying protein), creamy (no cream!) and so delicious!
A rich, brothy chili-tomato stew with tender pork shoulder, hominy corn, and roasted red peppers, this Braised Pork Shoulder Pozole, served with an assortment of garnishes, is always a huge hit!
Italian Sausage Puttanesca is a delicious entree for a dinner party, but it’s also great for a weeknight meal. It can be made ahead, freezes well and is a big hit with young and old alike!
With a sweet, savory, soy-pineapple glaze sauce these Hawaiian-inspired Huli Huli Chicken Meatballs make delicious appetizers, rice bowls sandwiches and more!
With a velvety sauce, a secret tip for tender chicken and a fresh herb/crunchy cashew topping, this Coconut Curry Chicken Ramen is always a hit!
With lots of delicious, vibrant flavor, juicy, tender chicken and a boatload of fresh healthy veggies, these Peruvian Chicken Rice Bowls take the humble chicken breast from ordinary to super extraordinary!
These crazy-delicious Vietnamese Caramel Pork Lettuce Wraps make a fresh, light weeknight meal and are also perfect for a dinner party.
This delicious French Caramel Apple Cake couldn’t be easier with a simple microwave caramel sauce, a one-bowl, no-mixer cake recipe and no need to even peel the apples!
Kladdkaka (aka Swedish Sticky Chocolate Cake) is one of Sweden’s most beloved (and easy) desserts and every chocolate lover’s dream come true! This version is also a one-bowl, no-mixer recipe that comes together quickly with pantry staples!
Thought for the day:
Then I heard every creature in heaven
and on earth and under the earth and on the sea,
and all that is in them, saying:
“To him who sits on the throne
and to the Lamb be praise and honor
and glory and power, forever and ever!
What we’re listening to for inspiration:
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