Recipes Tagged 'Mediterranean Style'

Recipe, photo, and content courtesy of Amy Riolo
This is the most commonly served salad in Egypt. The types of vegetables used in making it vary...
Recipe, photo, and content courtesy of Amy Riolo
Nile Style author Amy Riolo refers to Koushari as “Cairo in a Cup.” It’s...
Recipe, content and photo courtesy of Barilla and Academia Barilla.
This ultimate comfort food recipe takes only as long as it takes the spaghetti to cook, and can be...
Recipe, content, and photograph courtesy of the California Avocado Commission.
The avocado from California adds a creamy touch to garden-fresh bruschetta, and is a perfect...
Recipe by Duskie Estes, Owner and Executive Chef of ZAZU Restaurant + Farm, as well as Iron Chef contestant for the California Walnut Board. Content and photo courtesy of the California Walnut Board.
This is a light, refreshing, chilled soup that's very easy to make. Perfect for a hot summer...
Recipe courtesy of Mooney Farms. Content courtesy of Oldways. Photo courtesy of Fotolia.com.
A perfect combination of Mediterranean ingredients for a simple, quick and flavorful salad that...
Recipe, photo and content courtesy of US Potato Board.
Simply grill potato planks (try russets, reds or yellows) for 10 minutes on each side....
Recipe adapted from Gabriela Llamas; Photo: Fotolia.com
Tortilla Espanola or Spanish Potato Omelette is one of the most popular dishes in Spain. There are...
Recipe courtesy of Anya von Bremzen’s The New Spanish Table; Photo: Fotolia
These shrimp brochettes are the specialty at Goiz Argi, a perpetually packed bar in San Sebasti...
Recipe, content and photo courtesy of National Fisheries Institute
Because tapas originated in Spain, seafood historically plays a starring role in tapas. The best...

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