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This tangy, sweet relish can accompany roast pork, chicken or turkey served on their own or as sandwiches.
Lean, tender, and mild, bison steaks—sometimes labeled buffalo—pair well with the earthy sauce. Find bison steaks at some gourmet grocers and specialty markets, or online at localharvest.org or blackwing.com. Look for sumac—a tart, almost lemony spice—at gourmet grocers and Middle Eastern markets.
A quick and healthy Mediterranean meal.
Most meatloaves bake in pans in ovens for hours. But these bake up quick using microwave powers!
as a trendy treat. If the occasion calls for something a bit more impressive, we have the perfect fancy pants solution - bake your pudding in a water bath and call it pots de crème.
Serve these skewers alone or alongside couscous or stuffed into warm pita bread with a bit of hummus and chopped tomato. In the adventurous dish, the olives and lemons take on bigger roles, with green olives being the star and marinated lemon slices contributing fascinating flavors and color to the plate.
A New Year's Day tradition in many Southern households, this distinctively named dish of rice and black-eyed peas is believed to bring good luck for the coming year. It's often cooked with salt pork; we've substituted smoked sausage, just two ounces per person, but you can leave the meat out altogether if you prefer.
Whether you're welcoming kids home from school, baking a treat for a party, or enjoying an afternoon to yourself, these cookies are the just-right sweet you need. If you want to create colorful cookies, divide the icing into portions and use food coloring to tint it different hues.
Roast parsnips and carrots for a quick and easy side to a family meal. This recipe makes a flavorful dish and only requires 5 ingredients.
All the good stuff from a cream cheese Danish is rolled into this bread, which was a favorite in our Test Kitchens. The finished braids can be covered and refrigerated for a couple of days or frozen for up to a month. The extra loaves are great gifts; wrap in plastic and cinch with a bow. Feel free to substitute any kind of fruit preserves.
Make these savory bread twists up to a month ahead. Cool them completely, wrap in heavy-duty aluminum foil, and freeze. To serve, thaw completely, wrap in foil, and heat at 350° for 15 minutes.
Prep: 10 minutes; Cook: 4 minutes; Cool: 10 minutes; Chill: 1 hour.
Bloody Marys can be hard to stomach after a rough night out; sparkling wine is more manageable for some. This bubbly concoction combines grapefruit juice, orange liqueur, and sparkling wine for a lighter take on a morning cocktail. This recipe was featured in our New Year’s Day Brunch story.
Warm cinnamon and saffron combine with coriander and cumin to lend complex flavor to this Moroccan -style lamb tagine. This festive dish is served over couscous to soak up the delicious gravy.
Prep: 20 min., Cook: 20 min., Chill: 4 hrs., Freeze: 25 min. Peach nectar is a sweet, intensely flavored drink that's usually found on the international food aisle, with the fruit juices, or with cocktail mixes.
The recipe for this fruit-swirled quick bread comes from a reader, Debbie Cascio-van Hees, from the Netherlands. It calls for fresh strawberries, but you can substitute thawed frozen berries. Softened cream cheese is a delicious spread.
Steven Raichlen is ambivalent when it comes to chicken breasts: "You could describe them two ways," he says. "They're the canvases upon which a grill master paints his colors. Or, to put a less charitable spin on it, they're the meat grill masters love to hate because they're so intrinsically bland." Here, Raichlen rubs the chicken breasts with a blend of North African spices that, when cooked on the grill, forms a crispy crust that is full of what Raichlen calls "gutsy in-your-face flavors."
Try to think of this recipe as a principle, rather than something you have to follow really strictly. I want you to embrace your own leftovers so adjust the recipe accordingly. If you need to swap out some of the vegetables that?s fine, and different tinned or jarred beans will all work well too. I?ve given you a weight of turkey here, but you can use whatever you?ve got left over. It?s all about building up layers of flavour with the sweet vegetable base then turning whatever you add to it into a beautiful meal with great spice and attitude. It?s brilliant with steamed rice, or rolled up in warmed tortillas.
Some little rituals, like baking on Sunday for the week, provide cookbook author Eugenia Bone a kind of stress-free reprieve, and at the same time let her stock up on fuel for the family, like these muffins.
This is a very basic beef stew. It’s easy, delicious and inexpensive to make. While there are hundreds of variations of this traditional recipe, it’s hard to improve on this version’s savory and comforting goodness. Serves: 12
Wat is dit toch een klassiek gerecht. De meesten van mijn maten zijn dol op de kikkererwten, maar in plaats daarvan kun je ook heelgoed witte bonen of zelfs blokjes aardappel gebruiken. Voel je vrij om het recept naar eigen smaak op te peppen met wat extra Spaanse peper. Dit recept is voldoende voor 6 porties, dus als je maar voor vier mensen kookt, kun je de rest gewoon invriezen ? het is een dag later trouwens ook ontzettend lekker ? zelfs op een gepofte aardappel!
As a little girl, my favorite dessert was chocolate pudding with whipped cream. As an adult, my sweet tooth has not strayed far, and is happily satisfied by this simple, elegant dessert. This recipe is also the perfect way to use up those extra egg yolks after making meringue or angel food cake. This recipe was featured as part of our Chocolate Desserts photo gallery.
The Parmigiano-Reggiano rind simmers with the sauce, infusing it with deep, savory umami taste.
Fall is prime cookie-baking time — especially for rustic, crowd-pleasing cookies. It is not time yet for the elaborate traditions of Christmas baking, but we want sweet pleasers for lunchboxes, bake sales, and munching with a cup of hot tea. Meet our latest favorite: Peanut butter oatmeal cookies with a dollop of chewy, melting chocolate fudge on top.
The sauce also goes great with chicken breasts. Serve with a wild rice mix.
These scones are best the day they're made, but freeze well, wrapped in 2 layers of plastic wrap. Unwrap and bake frozen at 350° until warm, 10 minutes.
This luxury veggie dish is perfect for a summer picnic.
Coffee cake is a classic and after you try this recipe, you'll crave this timeless dish again and again. It can be frozen and served with coffee or hot chocolate as part of breakfast, or you can change it up and serve with a scoop of ice cream for dessert. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).
Stuff whole wheat pitas with savory strips of lamb and a cool cucumber and yogurt tzatziki sauce for a fresh and flavorful meal from the Mediterranean. Try the recipe with chicken, too.
This Southern-style entrée is a one-pan dish that's sure to impress guests. Serve with steamed asparagus to round out the meal.
This dish embodies the alluring qualities you'd expect from rösti—shredded potatoes that are cooked until browned and crisp on the edges. Serve with a colorful mixed greens salad.
A sip of this sweet, peppery after-dinner drink will help settle your stomach and satisfy your sweet tooth. What to buy: We chose Everclear 151 grain alcohol to use in our digestifs; it picks up the flavoring elements much faster than vodka. This recipe was featured as part of our Make Your Own Digestifs project.
Serve these party-ready grilled kabobs with any of our three flavorful sauces above.
You can blanch vegetables a day ahead and refrigerate in airtight containers.
This recipe offers two dipping sauces. Red Curry Peanut Sauce has a more authentic Thai flavor. Peanut Dipping Sauce is a bit milder.
Prep: 15 min., Bake: 5 min., Cook: 15 min. plus 4 min. per batch.