A traditional Nigerian street food, Suya is meat on a stick. A spicy peanut seasoning is rubbed into the meat and served as a condiment after cooking over an open flame. This meat on a stick is portable and fun to eat.
Mung Bean Soup is a super nutritious and easy soup to make. Just sauté and simmer. The combination of spices and fresh ingredients will make this vegetarian soup one of your favorites. This soup cooks up fast enough for a weeknight family meal.
Persian koobideh is ground meat mixed with onions and parsley. It is formed around a flat Persian skewer and grilled over hot coals. It is then served off the skewer with sides such as yogurt sauce, hummus, cucumbers, tomatoes, red onions and flat bread.
Buck Rarebit or Golden Buck is a hearty variation of Welsh Rarebit. Where Welsh rarebit is toast with cheese sauce, Buck Rarebit adds an egg on it. It cooks up easily and quickly. If you can stir a pot and fry an egg, you can make Buck Rarebit.
Empanadas Columbianas is a traditional meat pie from South America with beef, tomatoes, onions, herbs and spices. Serve with your favorite salsa at your next fiesta. Deep fried, these pies will surely be the hit of the party.
A creamy, smokey, bacon-y soup recipe from my childhood that is super easy in the crockpot. Stay warm with this comfort food classic.
Honduran Baleadas, a large taco made with mashed beans, cotija cheese and sour cream, garnished with cilantro, scallions and tomatoes. Add a scrambled egg for a special version of this classic Honduran street food.
Lebanese Cheese Fatayer is a popular Middle Eastern vegetarian street food. Creamy, tasty and portable.
A Lebanese veggie turnover with spinach, parsley, cilantro and onion all wrapped in biscuit dough. A Middle Eastern classic that can be an entree or an appetizer.
An easy version of a traditional Middle Eastern meat pie made with grass-fed beef, onions and a blend of common spices. Fatayer is an easy gateway to Middle Eastern cuisine.