Global Cuisine: 6 Recipes from Around the World


Food is the one thing that brings people together. It’s an international language. From dumplings to sushi to tacos, we all share a love of delicious food from around the world! Here are 5 recipes for some of our favorite dishes.


Dumplings from China Dumplings are a staple in Chinese culture. They’re called Jiaozi and originate from Northern China, where people would eat them during the New Year to symbolize wealth. Nowadays, they can be found all over the country! Our favorite recipe is Veg Manchurian Dry Chili Chicken Recipe These golden dumplings are pan-fried and served with a delicious spicy sauce! The best part? They’re vegan-friendly, crispy on the outside, and deliciously hearty inside.


Chicken Tikka Masala from Indian food is known for its rich, exotic flavors that will leave your mouth watering! Our favorite dish to make at home is chicken tikka masala. It’s a creamy, tomato-based sauce with tender chicken and fragrant spices like cumin, coriander, and turmeric. This recipe is simple to make at home! Try the Chicken Tikka Masala Recipe


Sushi from Japan Nothing goes better together than sushi and sake! We love making sushi at home as a light lunch or dinner. There are so many things you can put inside the roll, from veggies to rice and even fruit! We love this Spicy Tuna Recipe! It’s made with spicy tuna mix, avocado slices, cucumber sticks, red bell pepper chunks, and jalapeno slices drizzled in spicy mayo! All you need is a sushi mat to make these at home.


Bulgogi from South Korea Bulgogi, or Korean barbecue beef, is another dish that’s easy to recreate at home! It can be made with either pork or beef and has the most amazing sweet sauce coating it. Serve with rice and kimchi for a delicious meal. The Bulgogi Recipe uses beef tenderloin but you can use pork if desired!


Paella from Spain There’s nothing better than paella on the beach in sunny San Diego, California. When we head to the coast, our favorite place to eat is at this cute restaurant right by the water. Their menu is filled with traditional Spanish dishes, but our favorite has got to be paella! This recipe for Seafood Paella can also be made at home easily and will leave you full all afternoon long.


Tacos from Mexico There are few things that go better together than tacos and margaritas. We love making these fish tacos for dinner, especially in the summer when it’s too hot to turn on the oven! This recipe is super simple because everything’s cooked outside on the grill so you won’t heat up your kitchen at all. Try this recipe for Fish Tacos with Mango Salsa and Lime Crema!

As our world becomes more and more interconnected, it’s important to remember that food is the one thing we all have in common. It gives us a sense of belonging when so much else feels unfamiliar or scary. That’s why we wanted to share these recipes with you–We hope they can bring you some comfort during this time! Which dish is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!