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This simple recipe combines elements of traditional bean and potato salads. Crumbled bacon provides a smoky accent.
A delicious combination of tastes and textures, this first course soup combines smoky chile heat, crisp sweet corn, and silky-rich avocado.
"I decided to citify low-country cuisine by adding lots of chopped garlic and fresh goat cheese," says Bobby Flay of these hearty yet elegant grits. The end result is a tangy, creamy, corn-flecked side dish.
When it was Linda Stoneking's turn to host her supper club, she decided to incorporate in-season corn as a theme to challenge her guests. Her salad creation was the favorite that night. Yogurt in the marinade tempers the heat from the Sriracha and keeps this dish family-friendly.
Sunflower seeds and brown rice pack a double nutrition punch, enhancing this side dish with both vitamin E and niacin. This recipe calls for long-cooking barley and brown rice, but if you're in a hurry, substitute instant brown rice and quick-cooking barley. Just be sure to adjust cooking times according to package directions.
Heating a cookie sheet in the oven before you put the pizza on it gives you a crisper crust.
This crunchy cookie gets its rich flavor from two kinds of chocolate candy bars and hazelnut liqueur.
Cumberland sauce is a wonderfully flavorful condiment for the turkey, ham, and roast goose that are traditionally served around the holidays. Not only does Cumberland sauce taste great, it's also so simple to make it's perfect for that hectic holiday schedule. Makes about 1 1/2 cups
This red pepper cream sauce is just the sauce for a mild fish dish, a quiche, or similar recipe.
Serve with broccoli and white and wild rice.
This savory main-course salad is as satisfying as it is restorative. "According to Thai belief, both peas and pea shoots are revitalizing, as well as good for digestion," Su-Mei Yu says. "And escarole strengthens muscles and bones."
... as the new season further unfolds, we're now slicing these little jewels into a salad inspired by the classic combination of radishes, butter, and salt. We've also added delicate microgreens, lemon, and basil for bright spring flavor.
Enjoy this chicken and vegetable medley as a one-dish skillet supper, or use it in a frittata or as the filling for burritos. This recipe goes with Portuguese Frittata, Chicken and Black Bean Burritos, Chicken and Shells with Cheese Sauce
Serve these meatballs with dipping sauce for your next special occasion.
These cake layers will not rise as high as those of traditional cakes.
Ground turkey is flavored with spicy salsa, a blend of Southwestern spices, onions, corn, black beans and Swanson® Chicken Broth for a satisfying twist on traditional chili.
This sweet and spicy Thai burger recipe was the $50,000 grand prize winner at the 2007 Sutter Home Build a Better Burger Contest and Cook-Off. It was created by Karen Bernards, and features an Asian-inspired take on the classic American burger. Makes 6 Sweet-Hot Thai Burgers
"This combination was a huge hit while I was chef at Michael's in Santa Monica," says Sang Yoon of his grilled lamb paired with a simple, pleasantly tangy arugula-and-Parmesan pesto. The mustard seeds in the lamb's spice coating add alluring crunch.
Salty, savory prosciutto wrapped around sweet nectarine slices is a pairing that's hard to beat. This recipe is a fresh take on the classic prosciutto and melon appetizer. This recipe works great for any warm-weather entertaining. Makes 20 Prosciutto-Wrapped White Nectarine Slices
A handful of well-chosen ingredients yields an impressive entrée. You can rub the lamb with the herb mixture in the morning and refrigerate it until you're ready to pop it into the oven.
Pineapple mint is great in all sorts of desserts, in antipasto, for marinating or with lamb. Try it chopped and sprinkled over ripe melon for a refreshing summer dessert.
This tasty iteration of popcorn is a hit, combining the flavors of tangy Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and aromatic extra-virgin olive oil with just the right amount of black pepper bite. We recommend serving it alongside Black Sesame and Mustard Popcorn and Spicy Cinnamon-Sugar Popcorn for a gourmet treat. What to buy: Be sure to use real Parmigiano-Reggiano and freshly ground black pepper, and don’t skimp on the quality of your extra-virgin olive oil! We found that regular table salt works best on popcorn, because its fine grain adheres better to each kernel. Special equipment: We tested this recipe with popcorn made in an air popper, which produced stellar results. This recipe was featured as part of our dorm cooking story.
Baked beans, an American food icon dating back to Colonial times, are synonymous with Boston. Yet visit Beantown and you’ll realize that you’re better off making them at home. In this recipe, a little rum added to the slow-simmered beans complements the sweet molasses and smoky bacon. There is nothing complicated about preparing Boston baked beans; they just need your time—or even better, a slow cooker. This recipe was featured as part of our Irish Breakfast for St. Patrick’s Day.
Influences from all over the Middle East and South Asia converge in this highly seasoned seafood pilaf made with curry and shrimp. This recipe first appeared in SAVEUR Issue #140 along with Anissa Helou's story Breaking the Fast.
We flipped for this ice cream in our Test Kitchen--the recipe got our highest rating--because it captures the taste of summer. Prep: 10 minutes; Cook: 20 minutes; Chill: 8 hours; Stand: 30 minutes; Freeze: about 2 hours.
This potato puff recipe makes a great holiday side dish, and it's a nice change from everyday mashed potatoes.
You can always splurge on fresh crabmeat, but we tested this dish with canned Chicken of the Sea lump crabmeat and liked the results. Shrimp shells render a quick stock to flavor the sauce. We used oven-ready lasagna noodles to save time.
A quick 20-minute marinade adds bold flavor to the shrimp before they cook on the grill. Serve with a favorite beer or a tall glass of iced tea.
This dish is great cold, so plan to take leftovers to work. Store your bottle of dark sesame oil in the fridge. The oil will solidify, so let it come to room temperature before measuring.
Truly the sum of its parts, this recipe comprises elements that are each delicate in their malt flavor—the cake, Vanilla Malt Frosting, and malted milk balls—but that together form a treat even the best soda jerk couldn’t top. What to buy: Malted milk powder is a natural sweetener made from barley malt, wheat, and milk, and is the key ingredient in malted milk shakes. Look for it next to the powdered chocolate milk and other drink mixes at your local grocery store. This recipe was featured as part of our Easy-Bake Birthday Cakes story.
This is the original spicy Buffalo chicken wings recipe from the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, NY. You can adjust the heat by adding more or less cayenne and Tabasco. There are many Buffalo chicken wing recipes out there, but if you want to taste the "real" thing give this a try. The chicken wings are deep-fried in the original recipe, but the hot oven works fine for the home version. Makes 6 Servings of Buffalo Chicken Wings (6 per person)
This is a wonderful salad that you can make with winter pantry staples, such as dried lentils and a lone sweet potato or two. The sweet potatoes are cubed, tossed with seasoning and chopped onions, then roasted until caramelized. While the potatoes roast, you can cook the lentils and chop the red pepper. Toss it all together and serve warm, adding a few baby spinach leaves for something green. This is a healthful salad that everyone will enjoy.
Parsley rather than lettuce acts as the base for an unusual and hearty salad. Mushrooms, cherry tomatoes, scallions, and pine nuts make this an interesting mix indeed. Be sure to use curly parsley. The flat variety won't stand up to the dressing; the leaves get plastered together rather than combining nicely with the other ingredients.
Fresh rosemary brings out the natural sweetness found in wheat. These rolls are best served warm from the oven.
Spoon this chutney, which keeps for up to one week in the refrigerator, over ham steaks or pork tenderloin. This recipe goes with Roasted Pork Tenderloin
Similar to panettone in its sweet yeastiness, pandoro (“golden cake”) is also known as a Christmastime treat. With its long preparation time, special star-shaped mold, and tall stature, it is a bit of a challenge to make at home, but worth the effort. Traditionally, pandoro is flavored with lemon zest or citron, but here we used orange zest. Special equipment: Star-shaped pandoro molds can be found at specialty kitchen stores or online. Game plan: Some ovens come with a “proof” setting; if yours does, set it to 90°F. A consistently warm environment will help the dough rise more quickly. This recipe was featured as part of our Christmas Day Feast, Italian Style menu.
Look for "100 percent whole wheat" or "100 percent whole grain" on the label. The bread and tomatoes in this recipe supply about 20 percent of the day's fiber, while the touch of sharp Parmesan boosts a serving to provide 10 percent of daily calcium needs.
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.
First, sauté the chops, then make the flavorful gravy in the same pan.