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Prepare a warm, filling Ham, Swiss and Spinach Quiche for a breakfast dish that the whole family is sure to love.
Right after removing the cookies from the oven, be sure to press in the candies.
Two kinds of chocolate plus walnuts and coconut equals one tempting treat.
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams in Columbus, OH has some of the most amazing flavors around, but they all start with one simple base. This recipe, which first appeared in SAVEUR Issue #140 along with Molly O'Neill's story Here's the Scoop, combines the silky flavor of corn with the tartness of black raspberries.
This ice cream has all the flavors of classic Key lime pie--even the crust. We used bottled Key lime juice for convenience. You can also squeeze the juice from fresh Key limes if your supermarket carries them.
Crunchy and lightly sweet, these are great with espresso or French roast coffee after dinner. Though any nuts will work, pine nuts offer sophisticated taste.
It's hard to beat creamy corn chowder when it comes to comfort food! This version tastes like it's been simmering all day on the stove, but takes less than 10 minutes to make.
This recipe for Russian little meat dumplings -- pelmeni or peljmeni -- is traditionally filled with ground beef, pork, and sometimes lamb, and served with red-wine vinegar, black pepper and melted butter. Mushroom, sauerkraut and vegetable fillings exist in other regions. The word pelmeni describes the ear-shaped appearance of these dumplings, similar to Polish uszka, or "little ears." And that is the main difference between pelmeni and pierogi -- pelmeni are smaller. Here's a larger photo of Russian pelmeni. Makes 80 to 100 Russian Pelmeni
These impressive supersized ravioli are constructed with large rectangles of homemade pasta that are dotted with whole parsley leaves and filled with the unexpectedly alluring combination of crab and cauliflower.
Breaded fish sticks are a surefire kid-pleaser nestled inside a flour tortilla with sweet red pepper; serve with tartar sauce.
This recipe is easy because it starts with cinnamon-swirl bread, reducing the need to add other flavorings. Commercial caramel syrup saves time, too. Baking the pudding in muffin cups creates individual servings.
No, not Gingerbread Cookies, but rather soft, moist, spiced cake that needs nothing more than vanilla ice cream or a strong cup of coffee to accompany it. This is too tasty to wait for the holiday season to bake. What to buy: There are various intensities of molasses available, from light to blackstrap, and after trying nearly all of them we found that dark (sometimes marketed as robust) tastes best in this. Molasses can be found at health food stores and gourmet markets.
This chicken in cream sauce recipe, famously known as volaille a la crème in the Bresse region, is delicious in its simplicity. Brown high-quality chicken in butter and then simmer it in a cream sauce. That’s all there is to it!
Puréed strawberries create the "juice" that flavors this creamy gelato.
Chipotle chile and fire-roasted tomatoes lend smokiness to the soup.
Many people equate fajitas with a sizzling-cast-iron-pan experience at the local Tex-Mex restaurant. While dramatic, that’s not necessary for making smoking-hot fajitas at home. A simple marinade for the chicken, some charred veggies, and a few fixin’s make for an easy and healthy weeknight dinner. To see this recipe with illustrated steps, check out The Basics: How to Make Grilled Chicken Fajitas. This recipe was featured as part of our No-Fail Mexican Favorites for Cinco de Mayo.
This recipe is used to make our Swedish Gingerbread House, Gingerbread Facade, and Snow-Swept Gingerbread Cottage.
Notes: Up to 1 day ahead, rinse lettuce and radicchio, separate the leaves, and drain. Wrap leaves in a towel, enclose in a plastic bag, and chill to crisp.
Serve a one-dish dinner of fish in a Mediterranean-inspired sauce. You'll love the bright punch of flavor from the crushed red pepper--and how easy this dish is to clean up. Cod is a firm, white saltwater fish. Flounder or sole can substitute.
Notes: Suzanne Goin serves these burgers with an addictive chipotle aioli; for an easy version, blend one or two canned chipotle chiles into a cup of mayonnaise.
Larger carrots cut into pieces can be substituted for the baby carrots.
This recipe for Polish wheel cake or kolacz weselny (KOH-wahtch veh-SEL-nih) was often served at weddings in the old days. Today, it is a seldom-seen dessert and is made differently by region. This version calls for a lattice topping over a cheese filling. See also Polish Wheelcake Recipe #1. Here's a larger picture of Polish Wheelcake Recipe #2. Makes 1 (10-inch) Polish Wheelcake or Kolacz
These classic baked beans are a barbecue side-dish staple. This recipe first appeared in our June/July 2011 BBQ issue.
This simple but wonderful dish, made with goat cheese and served with freshly baked flat bread, is sure to delight any party. Recipe from Purple Citrus & Sweet Perfume by Silvena Rowe/Ecco, 2011.
Traditionally carpaccio is served completely raw, but I?m searing my beef to give it color and make it a bit ragged. Cooking it a little will also help to get more fans on your side. I?ve gone heavy on the rosemary as teamed with beef they?re like Romeo and Juliet ? completely in love. This will make a really sophisticated starter, a great lunch and will even work as a snack. It?s a real showstopper.
Usually quiche crust is made from butter and flour. This version uses shredded potatoes, which cuts fat and calories and ups the amount of Resistant Starch. Resistant Starch: 1.4g
Dates are a classic for breaking the Ramadan fast and beginning Iftar.
The kicky spice rub for the steaks is easy to make, and the results are dynamite. The steaks need to stand for a few minutes after cooking to allow their juices to reabsorb.
Strawberries take the place of peaches in this version of the classic Italian drink.
You'll have enough chicken and veggies left over to use in Grilled Chicken Salad.
The Godfather is one of numerous cocktails named for notable films. Given the popularity of the Godfather films, few would question the source of this cocktail’s name. The practice of naming cocktails after popular films, plays, or other entertainments has long been an established tradition. The Matrix and the Reservoir Dog are now less known than the Adonis, but the Godfather is still doing favors for those who order it. We may also wonder why there were no drinks named after High Noon or Lost Weekend. For cocktails named after celebrities, see the Mary Pickford.
"I cribbed this salad from my grandmother Nonna," Maria Helm Sinskey says. "She'd toss leftover beans with greens and lemon juice." This version has toasted croutons; the lemon juice is mixed into a refreshing dressing.
Look for imported sardines in the Latin or Mediterranean section of your supermarket.
Pair these spuds with a green salad. We tested this recipe with hot-smoked salmon fillets, but the canned variety will work fine.
You can use store-bought pralines to make the crust for this fluffy cheesecake, but Big Sugar's quick praline recipe is worth the extra effort, as is the buttery caramel sauce that gets pooled on top.
If you wish to omit the carrots, dollop all the rémoulade on the croquettes.
Commercial wild mushroom mixes (usually a combination of shiitake, cremini and oyster mushrooms) are a godsend: Some invisible helper has already cleaned, stemmed and sliced the mushrooms for you. In this recipe, they are mixed with spinach and cream, then baked in a luscious gratin under smooth rounds of precooked polenta until bubbling hot.
Whip up this 30-minute chicken curry recipe and enjoy Indian cuisine in the comfort of your own home.
A whirl in the food processor transforms the humble chickpea into a creamy sauce for pasta—a sauce that is a hallmark of rustic Italian cooking. Bolstered with garlic, tomatoes, and parmesan cheese, this easy dish makes the most of flavorful kitchen staples.