17 World Cup Recipes from Around the Globe

17 World Cup Recipes from Around the Globe
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17 World Cup Recipes from Around the Globe

Read on for recipes to enjoy during the World Cup.

All American Steak Burger

Celebrate the good ol' US of A with a classic grilled burger.

Get the recipe: All American Steak Burger

Pasta Fagioli

This classic Italian soup is delicious and easy to make. But during the World Cup, will the name change to pasta fa-goalie?

Get the Recipe: Pasta Fagioli

Steak Fajita Salad With Tortilla Croutons

With a dish full of these steak fajitas, it might be hard to not root for Mexico!

Get the Recipe: Steak Fajita Salad with Tortilla Croutons

Dutch Babies With Poached Rhubarb

Even though Dutch babies aren't a traditional Dutch food, let's pretend that the Netherlands gets its soccer skills from carbo-loading on these babies.

Get the Recipe: Dutch Babies with Poached Rhubarb

Cumin Lamb Noodles with Eggplant

This Greek-inspired lamb dish is delicious and a total crowd-pleaser.

Get the Recipe: Cumin Lamb Noodles With Eggplant

Almost-Instant Chilled Borscht

This dish is often cited as being of Ukrainian origin, but is popular in many Eastern European countries and is important to Russian and Polish cuisine as well.

Get the Recipe: Almost-Instant Chilled Borscht

Steak Frites

Rooting for France means steak frites for dinner!

Get the Recipe: Steak Frites

Maple Blueberry Malted Belgian Waffles

Belgian Waffles are a tasty enough reason to cheer for Belgium, don't you agree?

Get the Recipe: Maple Blueberry Malted Belgian Waffles

Sparkling White Kimchi

Korea definitely scores points thanks to their specialty, kimchi.

Get the Recipe: Sparkling White Kimchi

Silken Tofu And Edamame Soup (Edamame No Surinagashi)

This Japanese-inspired soup of tofu and edamame is a great way to celebrate the game!

Get the Recipe: Silken Tofu and Edamame Soup (Edamame No Surinagashi)

Colombian Chicken Soup

Chicken breast adds plenty of protein but not much fat to this version of ajiaco, a cilantro-scented chicken soup that's popular in Colombia.

Get the Recipe: Colombian Chicken Soup

Apple Strudel (Apfelstrudel)

Strudel, a layered pastry, is one of Germany's classic dishes.

Get the Recipe: Apple Strudel (Apfelstrudel)

Valencian Seafood Paella

With dishes like paella to fill up on, we're pretty jealous of Spain's team!

Get the Recipe: Valencian Seafood Paella

Beef Wellington

This classic British dish takes a little time to put together, but it's worth it.

Get the Recipe: Beef Wellington

Brazilian Black Rice

This dish from Uxua hotel chef Aladim Alves traces its roots to the 1970s, when the beaches of Trancoso, Brazil, were a favorite hippie destination. It combines richly flavored Bahian seafood with healthy whole-grain black rice.

Get the Recipe: Brazilian Black Rice

Sausage Soup

Chock-full of vegetables, thick with kidney beans and gently seasoned with garlic and anise, this soup typifies the Portuguese way of cooking. It needs only about 30 minutes to simmer.

Get the Recipe: Sausage Soup

Swiss-Style Veal And Mushrooms

This Swiss-style dish takes just 10 minutes to "fix it" in the morning, then the slow cooker lets you "forget it" while it cooks all day.

Get the Recipe: Swiss-Style Veal and Mushrooms


The World Cup is upon us! At last, the world will come together again to celebrate the sport of soccer (or football, depending on where you're from!).

As this is a global celebration, there's no better time to enjoy cuisines from all over the world. From Beef Wellington to kimchi, you'll definitely have something to eat for the entire World Cup.

Check out the slideshow above for 17 recipes from around the world.

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