The World Cup is a feast of football. But this month can be a fun time in the kitchen too.
Think about it: 32 different nations have been battling it out in Brazil, meaning many cuisines to choose from for a theme night.
Well, we decided to narrow it down a bit with some delicious recipes from the winning teams. Here is our list!
Coxinha is one of Brazil’s favorite snacks, which imitates the shape of a chicken drumstick. It is made of crispy battered and fried chicken. Find the recipe here.
Mexico: Tacos al Pastor
These are made of delicious, slow-roasted pork, marinated in a magical adobo sauce. Find the recipe here.
Some delicious meat croquettes to eat while you cheer for the Netherlands. Find the recipe here.
The Chilean version of hot dogs, with guacamole and basically anything else you could wish for. Find the recipe here.
These gooey, cheese-filled corn flatbread are sold outside stadiums in Colombia. Find the recipe here.
Ivory Coast: Alloco
Fried plantains. Need I say more? Find the recipe here.
Costa Rica: Tacos Ticos
These are the Coast Rican version of tacos. They look a little bit like taquitos, but toppings are crucial in the preparation of Tacos Ticos. Here is the recipe.
Italy: Ricotta Pizza with Fresh and Roasted Tomatoes
Pizzaaaaaaaaaaaaa. That’s all. Find the recipe here.
Switzerland: Swiss Cheese Fondue
Melted cheese and bread. Is there anything better in this world? I think not. Find the recipe here.
France: Baked Camembert
Cheese-themed snacks (both gooey and light as air) to go with your wine or beer as you watch the French team. Here is the recipe.