European Recipes

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European cuisine is comprised of the cuisines and cooking styles of continental Europe, Eurasia, and the Mediterranean islands.


Although the cuisine of Europe varies greatly depending on place and culture, there are some common styles of cooking found throughout Europe and Eurasia. Meat, for example, is more prominent [steak in particular is a European favorite], sauces are important as seasonings, and dairy products often take center stage. Of course, wheat-based products are also important -- it's hard to imagine European cooking without pasta!


Our SOS Mothers across Europe regularly make these recipes for SOS children, and thankfully they’ve passed them along so we can share them with you!


Below, browse the lastest recipes from our SOS families in Europe!

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    Tzatziki Sauce

    There are few dips more refreshing than tzatziki sauce. This Greek dip is cool, refreshing, and goes perfectly with freshly cut vegetables! Click here for SOS CV's tzatziki recipe...
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    Ham, Asparagus, and Potato Omelette

    This open faced French omelette is filled to the brim with vegetables and ham, and is the perfect item for Sunday brunches! Click here for our French omelette...
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    Baked Salmon with Herbs

    Salmon has become a dinner time staple in Norway, a country that exports more salmon than almost any other. This delicious salmon dish comes straight from our SOS Mothers in Norway! Click here for baked salmon with herbs...
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    Semolina Rolls

    These Italian breakfast rolls are better for you than the store bought kind and are incredibly simple to make. Bake them ahead of time and freeze for rolls all throughout the week! Click here for our semolina rolls...
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    Chocolate Mousse

    Chocolate mousse is an easy, delicious desert that's perfect for weeknight deserts. With a rich chocolate flavor and a velvety smooth texture, this mousse is sure to be a hit! Click here for our chocolate mousse...
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    Potato, Pepper, and Onion Bake

    There are few things more German than potatoes and onions. We’ve added a new world flair to this bake with bell peppers, red pepper flakes, and paprika. Click here for our potato bake...
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    Baked Cheese Wedges

    This easy, cheesy appetizer is perfect as an afterschool snack or a starter for dinner. You can really make the dish yours by adding a variety of spiced and fun extras – try adding in some veggies like spinach or peppers for a healthy kick! Click here for our tasty cheese wedges...
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    Potato Pancakes

    Potato pancakes, or latkes, are traditionally eaten during Hanukkah. Although that have recently become less popular in Israel, Jewish families in the USA still can’t get enough of these tasty potato treats during the holidays! Click here for our potato pancakes recipe...
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    Caprese Salad

    Caprese salad is an easy, refreshing dish that is best during the spring and summer months. Inspired by the flavors of the Mediterranean, caprese is a simple mixture of tomatoes and mozzarella, garnished with basil, olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette. Click here for our caprese salad...
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    Buttery Scones

    Scones are delicious, buttery breads that are subtly sweet and immensely popular in England, Australia and the Americas. Perfect for a quick morning treat or as a side to a delicious breakfast-in-bed, these scones are sure to delight your whole family! Click here for our scone recipe...