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Regional cuisine tells a story. It embodies a country’s history, embraces its geography and represents its people. It conveys a feeling of pride inspired by time-honored traditions. And while every country has national dishes, delicious food is something we can all share. Now, experience the flavors and aromas of regional specialties from our galley to your kitchen.

 

Three-Alarm Firecracker Chicken

With fresh jalapeño chili, dried red chilies and chili garlic sauce this dish is hot and spicy!

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Carbonnade à la Flamande

Unlike French beef stews made with wine, this Flemish carbonnade relies on the deep, dark flavor of Belgian abbey-style beer. It’s the perfect winter antidote.

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Wiener Schnitzel with Parsley Butter Potatoes

This classic recipe comes to us from Austrian Master Chef Toni Mörwald, proprietor of Vienna’s Michelin-starred restaurants Relais & Châteaux.

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Beef Pho

This hearty meal in a bowl works as a soup or entrée; it is considered Vietnam’s national dish.

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Poached Danube Catfish

This easy recipe is flavorful, healthy and good any time of year.

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Chicken Kiev

Made with real butter and covered in crispy breadcrumbs, this classic dish is a substantial cold-weather comfort food.

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Portuguese Frango na Púcara

This old-country entrée comes to us from Portugal and it contains some of that country's best ingredients.

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Dutch Hutspot

Simple to prepare and ideal for chilly winters, Hutspot (sometimes translated as “hotchpotch”) is a solid meal in and of itself.

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Sauce Bordelaise

Sauce Bordelaise is a great accompaniment for any grilled red meat. Bordeaux wine is the key to this recipe’s rich taste.

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Korean-Style Lamb Chops

This fiery dish is a satisfying, intense entrée. You can make it spicy or spicier! Either way, this dish is a true delight.

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Beef Stroganoff

Simple to prepare, this hearty main dish, originally from 19th-century Russia, is popular around the world.

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Wiener Zwiebelrostbraten

The most challenging part of this “Braised Viennese Steak” recipe is learning to say the name in German!

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Coq au Vin

Coq au Vin is a traditional French chicken dish cooked with a full-bodied Burgundy wine. Often served in the colder months of the year.

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Chicken Lettuce Wraps

Light, healthy and low-carb, these lettuce wraps are a great starter for any meal or they can be featured as an entrée themselves.

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Viennese Beef Goulash

While the Viennese style of goulash is quite different from the Hungarian version, it shares the same savory paprika flavor.

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Eight Precious Vegetable Stir-Fry

Here is a tempting vegetarian entrée, very quick to prepare.

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Hungarian Cabbage Rolls

Try this delightful celebration of paprika and see why it is Hungary’s national spice.

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Shrimp with Pan-Fried Noodles

Stir-fried shrimp and veggies with noodle pancakes; one of celebrity chef Martin Yan’s “quick and easy” dishes.

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