They don't call it Continental cuisine for nothing. From the sweet delights of Austria and the hearty cassoulets of France to the pastas of Italy and the tapas of Spain, these recipes bring European flair and European flavor to your table.
This Mexican recipe is extra hot. The dried guajillo chilies pack a lot of heat and give an authentic spiciness to the pineapple and pork filling. Serve in warm corn tortillas with onion, cilantro, and sour cream.
Hot Hungarian paprika adds a rich, robust flavor to this creamy chicken main-dish recipe.
These low-fat enchiladas are filled with a saucy mixture of shrimp and mild poblano chiles.
Slow cooker beef roast with vegetables and sauce is an excellent topping for pasta.
Caramelizing the onion adds a sweet taste to a homemade dip served with vegetables or chips.
The Fresh Sour Mix recipe can easily be cut in half. Or, freeze any remaining in plastic ice cube trays.
This European dessert is sweet and sophisticated, perfect to end an autumn dinner party. The homemade maple pudding is sure to impress, especially when paired with praline, candy made from nuts.
The original dish was created in 1908 in San Francisco in honor of opera star Luisa Tetrazzini.Once the ingredients are mixed together, including chicken, asparagus, spaghetti, and mushrooms, the all-in-one casserole recipe bakes in just 15 minutes.
The pork is breaded and fried in this quick and easy German main-dish recipe. Noodles seasoned with parsley round out the meal.
This meatless main dish salad is ready to eat in fewer than 25 minutes.