Mediterranean food is known for being packed full of flavor while remaining healthful. And kids love that most of the dishes are finger foods.
Cucumber relish is a versatile side dish that goes well with Indian, Middle Eastern or Mediterranean dishes. It's also a snap to make.
Don't let this dish's distant origins fool you -- the classic flavors of North Africa are probably already in your spice cabinet.
The Greek flavors of lemon, garlic and thyme are highlighted in this chicken and potatoes dish. Boneless and skinless thighs cook faster and are a healthier alternative.
The classic Greek flavors of spinach and Feta cheese combine to make a delicious topping for these pork chops. Ready in 25 minutes and pretty enough to wow any table.
A Mediterranean-themed bento is packed with red pepper hummus, whole wheat pita wedges, Kalamata olives, red pepper strips, tabbouleh, rice-stuffed grape leaves and grape tomato fill-ins.
Serve a side salad of diced tomatoes with basil and feta cheese to complement the savory regional flavors. The tart, lemony sauce works well with tuna steaks or shrimp substituted for the chicken.
This recipe can easily be prepared in a Crock-Pot® slow cooker. Let the ingredients' flavors melt together while you focus on other tasks.
A delightful twist on the classic canape, these cucumber "crackers" are rich in flavor, but low in calories. Festively colored and exceedingly easy to make, they're sure to be a hit at any holiday gathering.
These sublimely light and flaky hors d'oeuvres make an irresistible party treat. The kids will get a kick out of helping you paint the phyllo dough before baking.
With shredded cheese and chopped peppers on hand in the fridge, it's easy to throw together this colorful, wholesome snack whenever hunger hits.
Add a can of white beans to tuna and some fresh add-ins and you've got a heart-healthy zesty Mediterranean dish everyone can love.
Nothing quite better than a good pizza under the California sun with some fresh tuna. Not in California? This tuna will still knock your socks off.