International recipes - ethnic cuisine from MyGourmetConnection
Try a marinade of Guinness Extra Stout combined with thyme, garlic and hint of dijon for delicious grilled lamb.
Our version of this classic, one-dish dinner combines ground lamb with leeks, carrots, fresh thyme and a bit of Guinness stout for added flavor.
Fried rice is a quick, easy dish to make at home, provided you have cooked your rice in advance. This recipe uses chicken thighs, but pork or shrimp would be equally delicious.
Drizzled with a bit of silky brown sauce, our version of this classic Chinese-style omelet includes shrimp, shredded cabbage, bean sprouts and scallions.
Store-bought wonton wrappers and a tasty filling made from shrimp, pork, cabbage, garlic and soy sauce make a lighter, tender version of this Chinese takeout favorite.
Our version of this New Orleans favorite starts with a classic dark roux and combines onion, green pepper, andouille sausage, tomatoes, okra and shrimp to make a delicious one-dish dinner.
Châteaubriand topped with Sauce Béarnaise is the perfect choice for a romantic dinner for two ~ delicious, elegant, and surprisingly simple to prepare at home.
Inspired by the flavors of Spain, this is a simple, quick-to-fix pasta dish made with chorizo, shrimp, sherry, garlic, onion and tomatoes.
Tender lettuce leaves filled with a spicy-sweet combination of shrimp, shredded cabbage and bean sprouts make a light, healthy meal.
Store-bought naan flatbreads topped with yogurt, sautéed spinach and garlic, tomato, bite-sized pieces of spiced chicken, fresh mozzarella and cilantro.
This fresh, flavorful version of the traditional Mexican dish is made with corn tortillas, fresh tomato salsa, sunny side up eggs and Hass avocados makes a great breakfast or light dinner.
Boneless chicken breasts topped with eggplant, prosciutto, provolone and a chunky tomato-marsala sauce finished with a splash of cream.