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14. Mexican Huevos Rancheros

To really spread that Mexican flavor around, we cooked the eggs in our homemade salsa and topped it all with some red onions and cilantro. Frying the tortillas before assembling the ingredients on top of them also helped add some good texture variety to what would otherwise be a very soft dish. Get the full recipe here!

13. Italian Bucatini all’Amatriciana

If it’s spice you crave, amatriciana is where it’s at. Another favorite guanciale-based sauce with Roman origins, amatriciana gets it’s kick from ground black pepper and red pepper flakes. Crushed tomatoes, onion and garlic round out the recipe and give it plenty of flavor. Get the full recipe here!

12. Succulent German Sauerkraut

If you love the tangy and sour taste of sauerkraut, you’ll love how easy it is to make at home! Requiring only two ingredients, this dish is a product of fermentation and, though it takes time and patience, it’s surprisingly easy to make. Get the full recipe here!

11. Crispy and Delicious Jewish Latkes

In this recipe we’re going to use a food processor that will give us a very creamy inside, with great crunch on the outside. When matched with the traditional pairings of sour cream and apple sauce, these latkes really hit the spot– any time of year! Get the full recipe here!

10. Awesome Austrian Apple Strudel

Strudels take some serious time and concentration, but they’re so worth it; since it’s really hard to find strudel places with the perfect dough or filling or combination of the two, making it yourself is the best way to achieve that balance! Get the full recipe here!

9. Rockin’ Moroccan Lamb Tagine

The combination of spices in this recipe is superb, and the presence of the honey and dates really evens out the flavor and makes it special. If you feel like stepping out of your comfort zone and making something a little out of the norm, do try this dish – you won’t regret it! Get the full recipe here!

8. Delectable Indian Curry

The trick to getting the right amount of depth and flavor was to first cook the spices in oil, letting that flavor fully develop before adding the meats. It adds a little extra depth of flavor and helps get just the right amount of heat. Get the full recipe here!

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Scrumptious Vietnamese Summer Rolls

These rolls are perfect for any time you want something lighter and you can easily serve them as appetizers or as a main course. Plus, they look absolutely stunning and make an excellent choice for any entertaining you might have in mind. Get the full recipe here!