With the Olympic Torch put to rest and athletes around the world celebrating their hard-earned victories, we are looking forward to getting some rest after staying up to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics live in PyeongChang!
Embrace the spirit of the Olympics with your children this weekend and celebrate the best that the world has to offer with embarking on a culinary tour of international recipes!
Tostada means “toasted” in Spanish, and refers to a tortilla that has been baked or fried. Traditionally, tostadas were made of corn, which was in abundance in Mexico, but can now be found in flour varieties. Let everyone build their own tostada for a made-to-order masterpiece.
Mama Mia our pasta is good! It’s no secret that pasta has its roots in Italy, where handmade pasta can be found in every home. Pasta (“paste” in Italian) is made from just a few ingredients, plus ours has an extra one that turns the dough into a vibrant green!
We’ve only just finished our celebration of the Chinese New Year, so it is only fitting to sneak in a side-dish full of veggies that incorporates the Asian flavors we love. Our Three Pea Stir Fry has yummy ginger and garlic for the perfect kick (plus it helps keep away flu season)!
Our final stop on the culinary journey is Japan, where sushi is said to have originated. This Sustainable Sushi is fish-free, so it is safe for kids of all ages to enjoy! Rolling the sushi takes medal-worthy concentration and practice makes perfect!
At Red Rabbit, we love bringing children together through food and celebrating the dishes of all cultures. If you have a recipe that your kiddos adore, we’d love to hear about it in our comment section below!