Pupusas — thick, grilled flatbreads usually stuffed with cheese, beans, or pork — are a staple in Central America. The dish originated in El Salvador and western Honduras. They’re similar to Mexican gorditas and Venezuelan arepas. A few simple ingredients combine to create a flavorful meal.
India has one of the highest child malnutrition rates in the world. World Vision’s helping communities there grow vegetable gardens so they have access to nutrient-rich foods. We’re also training mothers how to cook dishes that better nourish their children so fewer kids are at risk of stunting and wasting.
Try this recipe for savory cheese pastries, which are helping nourish 30,000 Syrian child refugees in Zaatari and Azraq refugee camps in Jordan.
What holiday traditions does your family have around a meal? Consider adding a recipe that gives back this year! Check out a recipe suggestion that was inspired by a boy in Ecuador who chose his sponsor this fall.
What does it really mean to only have access to dirty water for cooking, cleaning, and drinking? Food blogger Taylor Kiser of Food Faith Fitness recreates this issue in the kitchen while cooking a rice casserole with clean water … and with dirty water.
Learn how to raise healthy kids using a simple method called Go, Glow, Grow. This vegetable soup recipe combines three types of food groups that are all vital for growing children.
Oct. 16 is World Food Day. As we begin the season for holiday recipes, let’s celebrate the work that World Vision does all around the world through food!