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These delicious grilled fish tacos feature a homemade tomato-green onion relish that provides fresh, spicy flavor.
This fondue contains ingredients that are typically found in bouillabaisse, a seafood stew from Provence. Once the shrimp are done, soak up any remaining fondue with cubes of French bread.
Hulled pumpkinseeds are often labeled pepitas. They're common to many Mexican recipes and can be found on the nut aisle or in the Latin foods section of many supermarkets. This bread is best served the day it is made--easy, since it comes together in a snap and bakes in less than 30 minutes.
This recipe, adapted from New York City pastry chef Gina DePalma, is truly greater than the sum of its parts. Who knew that basic dried pasta, simply boiled in red wine, could develop such complex flavor?
This recipe goes with Lentils and Rice, Stuffed Peppers, Red Bean and Spinach Burritos
No doubt about it, the Tortilla Espanola or Spanish Omelet is the most commonly served dish in Spain. It is also called Tortilla de Patata or Potato Omelet. Bars and cafés serve it as a tapa or appetizer, but it is often served as a light dinner in Spanish homes. Because it is easy to transport, the Spanish make bocadillos or sandwiches by placing a piece between two pieces of a baguette. There are lots of variations of tortillas or omelets and a few are listed at the bottom of this recipe.
Piquant schug makes a fantastic condiment for pita and falafel sandwiches. This recipe is based on one in Claudia Roden's The Book of Jewish Food (Knopf, 1996), and it first appeared in our April 2011 special Sandwich Issue with the article Finishing Touches.
All the flavors of a BLT on a crispy grilled crust. Recipe courtesy of Fleischmann's Yeast
The earthy sweetness of the saffron pairs well with steak or fish. This quick dish is also a welcome substitution for traditional roasted or boiled potatoes.
Emily Kaiser devised this simple, fail-safe recipe while living in Oakland, California, with two excessively productive Meyer lemon trees. Likely a cross between an orange and a lemon, the Meyer lemon give this sweet-tart marmalade a bright citrus flavor.
Start the stock 30 minutes into the turkey's cooking time so everything will be ready at the same time. This recipe goes with Roast Turkey with Classic Pan Gravy
Breakfast casseroles are one of our all-time favorite brunch foods. Assemble this hearty dish the night before, and bake the next morning. For more recipes like this, see our complete collection of breakfast and brunch recipes.
More than just a birthday treat, cupcakes are an ideal ending to any outdoor dinner. These miniature cakes with cream-cheese-and-coconut frosting require no plates or utensils and end the evening with a touch of whimsy.
A punch that lives up to its name. This recipe was featured as part of our Punch Recipes photo gallery.
Unlike traditional stuffed chiles, this dish is baked like a casserole. The chiles are smothered in a creamy, spicy white sauce and topped with a cheese-rich breadcrumb mixture that crisps as it cooks.
Searing and baking the salmon without turning it results in a crisp top and a soft horseradish coating on the underside.
Peruvian tejas are artisan candies that are traditionally produced in the in and around the town of Ica (near the Nazca lines ) on the south central coast of Peru. Tejas have a center of firm manjar blanco candy (dulce de leche), which is topped with a dried fruit and/or nut, and then dipped in fondant. These tejas are "chocotejas" - dipped in chocolate rather than fondant. Tejas are traditionally wrapped in foil, and then placed inside fringed paper wrappers.
Quesada is an Asturian dessert, traditionally made from goat milk or fresh cheese called "requeson." Quesada is similar in texture to cheese cake, but has a light, delicate flavor. Sprinkle top with powdered sugar or berries. This yogurt version of the traditional recipe is lower calorie, very simple and uses a single bowl to prepare. It's a good recipe for beginners or younger children who want to help make dessert. One reason it is so simple is that the yogurt container is used to measure the ingredients.
Easy quick chicken pot pie! This is the perfect thing to whip up in the winter!
For this light, healthy dish, Jean-Georges Vongerichten steams snapper fillets in foil packets with a piquant mix of ginger, lemongrass, green Thai chiles, miso, fish sauce, tarragon, scallions and orange zest. The blend can be made ahead of time and used to flavor other meats like chicken and pork.
Prep: 10 min.; Bake: 25 min.; Cool: 1 hr., 10 min.
You can prep the components of this pasta salad in advance -- toss together just before serving. The spicy arugula, creamy goat cheese, and a touch of Dijon mustard give the dish plenty of flavor.
This moist, rich rum cake is great to make ahead for special occasions or as a food gift. It tastes even better the next day. Prep: 20 min., Bake: 1 hr., Cool: 15 min., Stand: 45 min.
This traditional Mexican breakfast requires only 8 ingredients and can be enjoyed at any time of day. Serve with a mixed green salad topped with diced avocado, tomato wedges, and olives
Author and Tante Marie teacher Jodi Liano shares her recipe for delicious, no-fuss French crêpes. She recommends drizzling them with powdered sugar, lemon juice, and extra butter, as she demonstrates in our YDIAW
Jennifer Rubell uses white paper bags to hold her "papillotes" for a dramatic presentation. The seafood is wrapped in parchment paper and then inserted in the bags. You will need five 8-by-14 inch #420-size bags (the number is on the bottom). Each will serve six people. Look for them in delis or takeout shops; omit them if unavailable.
Make use of garden fresh tomatoes and basil with this Mediterranean-inspired pasta dish. Serve warm with a crisp side salad and garlic bread or chill and enjoy at an afternoon picnic.
This simple and satisfying risotto was inspired by a dish from Wanda and Giovanna Tornabene's famed restaurant, Gangivecchio, in Sicily. You can substitute bacon and most types of winter squash (like delicata) for the ingredients used here.
Here's a true crowd pleaser: pasta shells in a simple sauce of ground beef, tomatoes, and pesto, layered with mozzarella and Parmesan and baked until bubbly. Fusilli or orecchiette would work well here, too.
Stir in additional heated whipping cream, 1 tablespoon at a time, if you want a thinner fondue. A fondue pot for chocolate is heated by a tea light or votive candle.
We've perfected this classic candy with easy microwave directions. Follow the cook times closely based on the wattage of your microwave. Munch on half of the brittle, and use the rest in Brown Sugar Cake with Peanut Buttercream and Brittle Topping. This recipe goes with Brown Sugar Cake with Peanut Buttercream and Brittle Topping
A favorite in Mexico is Albondigas, a light soup with hearty chunks of vegetables and small rice-filled meatballs.
Prep: 15 min., Cook: 20 min., Cool: 15 min. Use purple and red potatoes about the size of an average tomato. To retain color, cook purples in their jackets. Our Test Kitchens prefers to cook potatoes for potato salad uncut and in their peels. Cut potatoes tend to break apart.
Total Time: 10 min.
The grilled cheese sandwich grows up in our sophisticated version that starts with nutty, smooth-melting fontina cheese and adds a layer of sage-accented sautéed mushrooms.
These days challah is no longer reserved for the Jewish Sabbath. Migrating into supermarkets everywhere, this rich egg bread (similar to, though not as buttery as, Mardi Gras King Cake or even Greek Easter Bread ) is enjoyed on a daily basis, and makes delicious French toast.
Elephant garlic is actually closely related to the leek and thought by some to be its wild ancestor. The bulbs are very large and can weigh more than a pound. They have a flavor that is milder than that of regular garlic and develop a rich sweetness when roasted.
Orange flan is a variation of the traditional Spanish flan, a vanilla custard topped with caramel sauce. This variation is lighter, but has an intense orange flavor that refreshes the palate as well as satisfying a sweet tooth. It is a simple custard recipe that can be made ahead of time and makes an elegant finish to any dinner or celebration, including Mother’s Day.
The creamy mayonnaise-horseradish sauce works wonderfully with the spicy catfish. Serve with rolls, lettuce, and tomato slices if you want to turn these kebabs into easy po'boys.
Graham crackers are surprisingly easy to make. Use this recipe to make our Marshmallow Cookie Sandwiches.