These dishes come from all over the world, but none take more than 20 minutes to prepare. By: Text: Jason Horn and Cooking Light staff
The second-most-popular Hungarian dish (after goulash), this recipe gets its unique flavor from the caraway seeds mixed into a basic tomato-cream sauce. The flavor complements chicken quite well, but you can also substitute beef or eggplant for excellent results. Serve with spaetzel or egg noodles, or, nontraditionally but just as good, rice.