A spicy Middle Eastern chickpea fritter, falafel can be served warm or as a nutritious sandwich filler.
A kid-friendly yet adventurous recipe for Spanish Beef Stew from chef Andrew Zimmern.
A kid-friendly yet adventurous recipe for Indian Hand Pies with Lamb from chef Andrew Zimmern.
The Greek version of beignets drizzled with syrup and dusted with cinnamon.
These Moroccan Chicken Kebobs are prepared with a dry rub that deliciously combines cinnamon and cloves.
Feta cheese adds a Greek accent to easy wrap sandwiches that make delicious on-the-go lunches.
Add Italian sausage to classic French ratatouille for this hearty one-dish meal, a satisfying entree for cooler months.
Easy Mexican rice pudding is a delightful treat at any time of the year.
This Latin American dish is less dense and more souffle-like than similar versions made in the American South, but still has a flavor that's sure to please a crowd.
An Armenian Christmas pudding.
These bite-size, crescent-shaped cookies are made with cream-cheese dough and filled with raisins, nuts, and jam.
A member of the banana family, plantain can be as sweet as its common yellow counterpart. But fried up before they're ripe (a popular Caribbean recipe called tostones), plaintains yield a kid-pleasing, savory snack similar to French fries.
Don't let this dish's distant origins fool you -- the classic flavors of North Africa are probably already in your spice cabinet.
Equally delicious as a taco filling or a topping for refried beans and rice, this dish features chayote, a pale green, pear-shaped fruit popular in many Latin American countries.
Although this hearty, warm-the-soul appetizer looks a bit labor-intensive, fear not: the pierogies (the half-moon-shaped dumplings that are a Polish specialty) can be found ready-made in the frozen-foods section of many supermarkets.
A great way to introduce kids to international food.
Because it's made with just a handful of basic ingredients, this flavorful Cuban soup is easy and inexpensive to prepare.
This elegant lattice-topped raspberry tart is a traditional Austrian holiday dish.
A great appetizer and party snack, plus it's good for you and the little ones.
Using just five ingredients, kids can prepare an authentic Asian snack.
Like tacos, only neater to eat, taquitos have plenty of kid appeal and make a quick and satisfying lunch or dinner.
It's fun for kids to nibble these tender meatballs straight from the skewer or slide them off and wrap them in Boston or Bibb lettuce leaves along with slivers of cucumber, shredded carrots, and sprigs of fresh cilantro or mint.
This easy Pad Thai recipe brings the savory flavors of Southeast Asia home to even the busiest American homes.
Served warm or chilled, this recipe makes a sensational side dish.
Satisfy your craving for lo mein with this supereasy recipe, which takes less time to prepare than you'd spend waiting for takeout.
This flavor-packed Japanese meal is a cinch to make when you use chicken cutlets that you've already prepared.
Satay is an excellent dish for introducing kids to the flavors of the East. These skewers of grilled marinated beef and the spicy-sweet peanut dipping sauce have kid appeal from every angle.
This delicious chicken tastes better the longer it marinades. Consider letting it sit over night for the best flavor.
A sweet glaze of soy sauce, sake, and the Japanese cooking wine mirin coats these tender chunks of chicken. Thigh meat is preferable because it stands up better to high-heat grilling.
Peanuts are known as groundnuts in West Africa, where this zesty soup originated. It's quick (ready in about a half hour) and easy and makes a great light meal when paired with biscuits or bread.
Here's a delicious Tex-Mex spin on tostadas made with marinated grilled chicken.
A cross between pasta and dumplings, potato gnocchi are a scrumptious switch from your everyday spaghetti, and kids get to help.
This Italian classic is hard to top, with sweetened ricotta cheese, mini chocolate chips, and grated orange zest.
This Italian favorite never fails to delight for dinner.
Cucumber relish is a versatile side dish that goes well with Indian, Middle Eastern or Mediterranean dishes. It's also a snap to make.
This healthful and nutritious salad combines some familiar flavors with a few that may be new to your family. Jicama, a Mexican favorite that tastes like a cross between an apple and a potato, perfectly complements the juicy mango and smooth cucumber.
This delicious salad recipe provided by In the Night Kitchen of San Francisco is popular with adults and kids alike.
Filled with eggs, cream and bacon, quiche has been a popular dish for hundreds of years. What makes it such a particularly good recipe for aspiring chefs, besides the fact that it tastes great, is how versatile it is.
These spicy holiday cookies from Germany have all the spice of a gingersnap and a texture that's tender and chewy.
Kids' baking know-how will reach new peaks when they prepare these scrumptious meringue sandwich cookies.
Spanish Beef Stew
Indian Hand Pies With Lamb
Greek Honey Dough Balls or Loukoumades
Moroccan Chicken Kebobs
My Greek Gyro
How to Make Mexican Arroz con Leche
Cheesy Corn Casserole from Paraguay
Armenian Sweet Soup or Anoush Abour
Raspberry Walnut Rugelach
Caribbean Twice-Fried Plantains
Moroccan Lamb & Apricot Kebobs
Costa Rican Beef and Chayote
Pierogies With Pizzazz
Cuban Black Bean Soup
Lattice Linzer Torte
Vietnamese Grilled Pork Meatballs
Shrimp & Chicken Pad Thai
Israeli Couscous Salad with Summer Vegetables
Beef and Broccoli Lo Mein
Japanese Chicken-and-Egg Rice Bowl
Indonesian Beef Satay With Peanut Sauce
Japanese Chicken Yakitori
Curried Groundnut Soup
Grilled Chicken Tostadas
Chocolaty Ricotta Pie
Meatballs and Spaghetti
Mango, Jicama and Cucumber Salad
Chinese Chicken Salad
Bacon and Spinach Quiche
Sweet 'n' Spicy Lebkuchen
Merry Meringue Treats