European recipes

Europe is known for its many classic cuisines, and with this HelloFresh recipe collection, you can try different continental favourites right in your own kitchen. Try these European recipes and discover just how easy (and delicious) these dishes can be.

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European recipes

Discover National Dishes of European Countries

  • Austria. While schnitzel is a popular European recipe in many countries, like Germany, Denmark or even Australia, the Wiener schnitzel is one of the best known specialties of Viennese cuisine. This type of schnitzel is made with a thin veal cutlet, crumbed and then pan-fried in lard or butter. The dish is traditionally served with potato salad and garnished with a slice of lemon, parsley and butter.
  • Russia. Although it’s said to have been created by a French chef, Beef Stroganoff is a traditional Russian dish, named after the chef’s wealthy employer Count Pavel Alexandrovich Stroganov. The first Stroganoff recipe was made with sauteed pieces of beef served in a rich sour cream sauce. Over time the dish has been revised to include chicken or mushrooms, and can be served with rice or on pasta.
  • Bulgaria. Also popular in its neighboring countries, Shopska salad is a national dish of Bulgaria. Made from tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, red peppers and sirene (white brine cheese), the ingredients were chosen to resemble the colors of the Bulgarian flag.
  • Greece. There are many traditional Greek dishes, depending on the region or island, but Moussaka is a signature recipe in Greece. Each layer is separately cooked before being put together and baked – with layers of sautéed eggplant, tomato lamb sauce and topped with a creamy Bechamel. The secret is in the sauce, which is cooked with spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg and bay leaves.

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European recipes

Discover National Dishes of European Countries

  • Austria. While schnitzel is a popular European recipe in many countries, like Germany, Denmark or even Australia, the Wiener schnitzel is one of the best known specialties of Viennese cuisine. This type of schnitzel is made with a thin veal cutlet, crumbed and then pan-fried in lard or butter. The dish is traditionally served with potato salad and garnished with a slice of lemon, parsley and butter.
  • Russia. Although it’s said to have been created by a French chef, Beef Stroganoff is a traditional Russian dish, named after the chef’s wealthy employer Count Pavel Alexandrovich Stroganov. The first Stroganoff recipe was made with sauteed pieces of beef served in a rich sour cream sauce. Over time the dish has been revised to include chicken or mushrooms, and can be served with rice or on pasta.
  • Bulgaria. Also popular in its neighboring countries, Shopska salad is a national dish of Bulgaria. Made from tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, red peppers and sirene (white brine cheese), the ingredients were chosen to resemble the colors of the Bulgarian flag.
  • Greece. There are many traditional Greek dishes, depending on the region or island, but Moussaka is a signature recipe in Greece. Each layer is separately cooked before being put together and baked – with layers of sautéed eggplant, tomato lamb sauce and topped with a creamy Bechamel. The secret is in the sauce, which is cooked with spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg and bay leaves.

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