Christmas can be great time to focus on a well-loved international cuisine. Whether you choose to go all-out Italian or serve just a few German favorites, you'll find what you're looking for in our special collection of international cuisine recipes to enhance your Christmas celebrations.
Pretty as a picture in a braided loaf, this traditional Christmas bread-- studded with candied fruits and peels--is particularly good sliced, toasted, and served for breakfast or brunch.
Roasted chicken tastes better if something flavorful, such as an herb, is placed under its skin. The rub used in this recipe contributes a ton of flavor while working like a marinade.
Need a chocolate fix? Serve this double-chocolate biscotti with a piping hot mug of mocha.
For holiday menus, reach for fresh pecans, which are at their peak during fall and winter. They add richness to many recipes, including this side dish.
For classic risotto, the rice is cooked slowly, allowing the outside to become soft, while the inside remains firm. In our shortcut version of this recipe, the rice is uniformly tender and the risotto's texture is less creamy.
For an authentic German dinner, ladle these beef-and-pork meatballs over noodlelike spaetzle.
This classic German fruit-studded yeast bread is distinguished by a rich sweet dough spiced with mace.
These cookies dissolve tenderly when immersed in coffee or cocoa.
For a tradition Italian cookie recipe, try these easy bundles. Made with cinnamon, dates, figs, nuts, raisins, and vanilla, everyone will love these treats.
Frozen spinach adds nutrition to this Italian-American comfort-food staple. To cut down on calories and fat, use turkey sausage.
These cake-like Italian cookies are a delicious Christmas snack. The cinnamon, cocoa, coffee, and vanilla blend perfectly in the recipe.