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This refreshing, simple dessert is a delicious twist on a summer standby, and it's great to have on hand for hot afternoons. For a frozen mint iced tea, add several fresh mint sprigs with the lemon juice and sugar mixture; discard mint before freezing.
This is a variation on a cocktail-party classic.
Rich, meaty salmon fillets are seasoned with a paste that offers more flavor than a marinade. A skin-on fillet is sturdier and less prone to stick to the grill.
Of course Maria Helm Sinskey and her husband, Rob (co-owner of Napa's Robert Sinskey Vineyards), serve their wine at parties. But she also offers refreshing punches like this one, made with tart-sweet pomegranate juice and finished with Prosecco.
Prep: 10 min., Chill: 1 hr., Grill: 14 min., Stand: 10 min. For a tasty alternative, try these with our quick Honey Mustard Sauce.
Send your valentine off with a sweet start to the day with these cranberry-orange muffins.
Time: 25 minutes. You can make these in minutes if you use store-bought salsa and canned refried beans. You must, however, buy all of the groceries ahead of time. Then you'll be ready to go on New Year's afternoon, when you wake up and need your huevos.
This easy appetizer mixes all of your favorite Mexican flavors for a dip that is sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Serve with pita chips or baked tortilla chips.
Pantry staples, chicken, and fast-cooking pasta add up to an impressive 25-minute meal.
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You can also prepare these cakes in two (8 x 4-inch) loaf pans. Bake at 350° for one hour or until done.
You'll need to peel and section a lemon for this dish. Take care to use only the flesh by removing the skinlike, white membrane from each section. This recipe goes with Caribbean Sweet Potatoes and Black Beans
These much-loved dumplings, made from ground unleavened matzo cracker, are a favorite during Passover. Chicken thighs and drumsticks flavor the broth but aren't included in the soup. Use them to make chicken salad later.
Boil the kettle and soak the noodles in the boiling water according to the package instructions. Meanwhile, rub the beef with olive oil, sprinkle with the cumin and a pinch of salt and rub all over. Place in a really hot frying pan and sear on all sides. Add the onion, ginger and chili and cook for a couple of minutes, then add the mushrooms, stock and bok choy. Drain the noodles and add them to the pan. Stir around, and correct the seasoning. Slice up the beef and serve the noodles and bok choy in a big bowl, with the beef slices on top. Pour over the broth from the pan.
This Asian-inspired seasoned spinach recipe is easy to make, and great as a stand-alone side or as part of another dish. This recipe goes with Bibimbop (Rice and Vegetable Medley)
Serve over plain Greek yogurt or vanilla frozen yogurt. Any leftover syrup is delicious stirred into iced tea.
A cake to please all chocolate lovers--dark chocolate layers under a blanket of creamy white chocolate frosting. Prep: 37 min.; Cook: 22 min.; Other: 10 min. Editor's favorite; Make ahead
These golden breadsticks are both pretty and delicious. Keep the recipe in mind throughout the season--a batch makes a fine hostess gift.
Prep: 25 min.
Make this dip ahead, and serve it on whole wheat crackers or toasted baguette.
Use beets with fresh green tops attached, or substitute Swiss chard for beet greens, if you prefer. Serve with pan-roasted salmon or trout, lamb chops, or beef tenderloin.
Here's a meaty chili dip recipe with canned chili without beans, ground beef, cheese, and seasonings. Serve this dip with tortilla chips or your favorite corn chips.
This easy chicken dinner is truly a one-dish meal because you cook both the chicken and the pasta in the same pot, then add the peas, herbs and cheese.
Mary Frances Noveh from River Ridge, Louisiana, sent us this dessert recipe, which first appeared in December 2001. She noted it was like a "peanut butter and chocolate candy bar." We loved the results, and since it makes two pies, you can share one with a friend and keep the other for yourself. Several tasters in our Test Kitchens enjoy serving this pie frozen.
This Tuscan soup is delicious ? it?s a soup everyone should try. Just thinking of it makes me salivate! It?s a family-friendly soup ? babies and grandparents (both without teeth!) can eat it with gusto. I?ve added roasted cherry tomatoes to my recipe but it also works really well just with canned tomatoes. The great thing is that it takes only 20 minutes to cook, so go for it! PS. Use a stale white country-style loaf ? not cheap sliced white factory bread.
NOTES: For best texture, don't marinate the chicken longer than 4 hours. To have guests grill their own fajitas, place raw chicken and vegetables on separate plates in step 3. Set cutting boards near the grill along with knives for slicing cooked chicken (step 5). If there's not enough grill space for everything, cook vegetables first and serve at room temperature.
It's everything we love about dessert, only more portable and fun to hold in your hands. Recipe editor Amy Machnak, a former mixologist for Kuleto's in San Francisco, whipped up this decadent hot white chocolate to serve on a chilly evening.
Traditional Moroccan tagines consist of meat or poultry stewed with spices and vegetables. This version features lentils slow-simmered with aromatic spices and winter vegetables. Although the ingredient list is long, the preparation is simple.
Summer is the perfect time for this colorful pasta—zucchini is in abundance, and recipes that make good use of the outdoor grill are in demand. Both the squash and the shrimp here take their turn on the coals before being tossed with the spaghetti. If you crave the dish in the winter, cook the zucchini and shrimp in the broiler.
Depending on the size of the appetites around your house, this substantial pizza with its meaty portobello mushrooms serves two very hungry people or four if it's accompanied by a big salad. If you don't have fresh basil, stir some pesto into the peppers and mushrooms before putting them on the pizza.
This beautiful fruit tart makes a stunning addition to any summer meal.
For step-by-step instructions on carving a spatchcocked turkey, see our how-to.
This quick-cured fish tastes like a milder version of pickled herring.
Since the risotto needs to chill overnight, these come together quickly. Add mixed greens topped with roasted red bell pepper wedges and crumbled feta for a light supper.
This vegetarian entrée is a great introduction to Indian food--subtly spiced with garam masala, curry, and turmeric, the latter two of which can be found in the spice section of your supermarket. Garam masala, a mixture of ground spices such as cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander, cumin, nutmeg, and black peppercorns, is often found in gourmet grocery stores or in the Middle Eastern sections of supermarkets. (Recipe by the author of four cookbooks, including The Healthy Cuisine of India.)
This creamy all-purpose salsa is great on tacos filled with carnitas or grilled cactus. This recipe first appeared in SAVEUR Issue #140, along with Roberto Santibañez's story Burning Bright.
This is a fireside-ready version of classic shortcakes, perfect for camping. Instead, shape the shortcake dough around a skewer (or cleaned-up wooden stick) and cook it over the open flame. No, it won’t cook evenly—some parts of the shortcake will get charred, while the center will remain doughy and slightly undercooked—but that’s the charm of it all. This recipe was featured as part of our Wilderness Preparedness menu.
Customize this basic salad by using other fruit, such as dried cranberries, apricots, or raisins, or different cheeses, like blue or goat.
For a more sophisticated variation, beat the eggs together with fresh minced herbs and rub the bread with a little roasted garlic before you start. This recipe was featured as part of our Easy Hot Breakfasts in 15 Minutes.
This spooky twist on a party favorite uses olive slices and colored mayonaise to create a ghoulish bloodshot-eye effect. Expecting a crowd? You can save time by boiling the eggs and preparing the filling a day in advance.
These American pancakes are great! Instead of being thin and silky like French crêpes, they are wonderfully fluffy and thick and can be made to perfection straight away. Simple, simple, simple?my Jools goes mad for them!