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Garlic bread is a staple on Italian -themed nights. Instead of buying the frozen kind, or spending all day baking bread in your kitchen, split the difference with this easy recipe. Pasquale Usorio, proprietor for nearly four decades of Pasquale's Pizzeria in San Francisco, makes a crusty, potent garlic bread that regulars swear by.
These quinoa oatmeal cookies taste great and the addition of the high protein grain quinoa makes them extra good for you too. To make a chocolate chip version, omit the raisins and cinnamon, and add 2 cups chocolate chips. Sweetened, dried cranberries also make a delicious addition. Quinoa flour (also called quinoa flakes) is coarsely ground and looks like small flakes of oatmeal. Look for quinoa flour in health food stores and Latin food markets.
Here, a pork tenderloin is cut into 16 medallions, an ideal shape and size for sautéing. Butter is whisked into the red wine mixture at the end, creating a velvety and rich sauce. Serve with plain or garlic-flavored couscous.
Serve hot chocolate with sugar cubes, chocolate chunks, candy-coated chocolate pieces, and biscotti.
Most people think of traditional Moroccan tagines as being long-simmered lamb dishes. When prepared with quick-cooking chicken thighs, they're actually relatively fast to make. Fragrant spices give this dish vibrant layers of flavor, and the cooked-down dried fruits create a silken richness. Prep and Cook Time: 1 hour, 20 minutes.
Most kids like carrots and roasting really brings out their earthy sweetness. Tossed with a composed butter made with curry powder and fresh lemon juice, alongside broiled lamb chops, it's a sophisticated weeknight supper?but the butter can be optional for the less adventurous.
A "tapa" that is light and easy - and no cooking involved in this dish! A great dish for the summer or anytime you want to prepare an appetizer quickly. Mix tuna with a bit of green onion and olives, then stuff into roasted red peppers.
Prep: 10 min., Grill: 24 min., Stand: 10 min. Add vitamin-rich leafy greens, such as romaine lettuce, Bibb lettuce, or peppery arugula to these great sandwiches.
For a bolder flavor, use a dark beer. Serve in 16-oz. mason jars for fun.
Catfish often gets a bad rap in the delicacy department, but Southerners have figured out a way to make it shine. Simply soak the mild fillets in buttermilk to create a moist coating and add additional flavor. Next, dredge them in a cornbread mix seasoned with garlic powder, herbs, salt, and pepper, then fry until golden brown and crispy. You'll have a nicely seasoned crust on the outside and a delicious, flaky inside. Serve with a side of coleslaw and hush puppies.
When Cathal Armstrong was growing up in Ireland, his father (a travel agent and avid cook) made all kinds of Spanish and French dishes, including a great bouillabaisse. Now Armstrong serves his own phenomenal bouillabaisse, packed with shrimp, mussels, clams and monkfish. When he began offering the dish at Restaurant Eve, one of the first customers to order it was his mother, who was visiting from Ireland. She loved it, Armstrong reports, adding wryly, "Why wouldn't she? She's my mother."
A dry rub of coriander, pepper, salt, and garlic encrusts the roast. Use leftover roast and sauce along with Swiss cheese to make great sandwiches on toasted sourdough.
This delicious bacon and zucchini quiche recipe is courtesy of Elisabeth Prueitt.
Time: about 1 1/4 hours, plus overnight to chill. Nothing more than good olive oil and crunchy sea salt turn super-simple potatoes into an irresistible holiday side dish.
Keep these orange-scented muffins around during the holidays for a quick breakfast or sweet snack.
You should have no problem getting nice figs at this time of year and they?re wonderful to make in so many ways so when you see them, buy them up! Here?s one really gorgeous way to have them. I promise you won?t get bored of these; there are so many lovely ways of using them up. Personally, I like to make a sort of bruschetta with them or put them out on a platter with some nice cheese. As it?s Christmas and your kitchen is probably well-stocked, you?ll hopefully have the ingredients for the bruschetta on hand already. If not, you can always improvise with whatever you?ve got in the fridge.
This basic chicken stock recipe is adapted from " Martha Stewart's Cooking School " and can be used to make Broccoli Cream Soup, Creamy Tomato Soup, Chicken Curry, Rice Pilaf, Risotto, Matzo Ball Soup, and Moroccan Haroseth-Braised Lamb Shanks.
The earthy flavor of walnuts complements the sweet and savory notes in this stunning roast chicken. To impress guests, present the whole bird surrounded by the roasted pear mixture on a platter before carving. Heat can diminish the flavor of delicate walnut oil, so we add it to the sauce after the pan is removed from the burner. For best results, start with firm pears.
Bursts of feta cheese, red onion, and fresh mint add spark to these flavorful burgers.
With its refreshing flavors, this sandwich -- a take on the Vietnamese banh mi -- is perfect the day after Thanksgiving. It combines turkey with spicy mayonnaise, fresh, crisp vegetables, and fragrant cilantro. Precise measurements aren't necessary; fill as you like.
Notes: Soba (Japanese buckwheat) noodles and powdered wasabi are available in the Asian food section of well-stocked supermarkets as well as in Asian markets; bonito flakes are available in Asian markets.
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 with basmati rice and naan.
These individual angel food cakes are a good choice for a birthday party or shower.
In this quick and easy recipe, rich salmon, coated in almond meal, acquires a toasted flavor reminiscent of browned butter. Serve with broccoli rabe, orzo pasta, and pinot noir. For more salmon dinners like this one, see our complete collection of salmon recipes.
This thin, crunchy cracker is a nod to traditional Swedish knäckerbröd, or crispbread. The hearty combination of rye and wheat flours, touch of honey, and toasted sesame seeds and spices all add a surprising depth of flavor. This easy yet impressive homemade cracker complements cheese and Pickled Herring, or use it to scoop up a simple seafood salad. This recipe was featured as part of our Summer Solstice menu.
"Rocky road" gets its name from the combination of chocolate, miniature marshmallows and nuts.
The dry-cure for this turkey was born during a party-advice phone call Helena Darling had with her bachelor brother in Hollywood. It reflects her idea of Thanksgiving dinner--"an earthy feast that acknowledges our farm-to-table roots," she says. Notes: Use a turkey that hasn't been infused with broth or butter. Prep and Cook Time: about 3 1/2 hours, plus 3 days to cure.
Extravirgin olive oil and two kinds of vinegar make an easy, classic dressing for this pasta-and-vegetable salad. You can also try this with chicken or mushroom tortellini or cheese ravioli.
Less is more when it comes to lobster rolls. Cold chucks of fresh, sweet Maine lobster, and very light mayonnaise-based dressing, stuffed into a toasted hot dog bun. I add a tiny hint of fresh tarragon, which really brings out the sweetness of the lobster. This sandwich is truly one of life's simple pleasures. While this will not be an inexpensive sandwich to assemble, once you taste the amazing contrast between the warm, buttery bun and the cold, sweet lobster salad, you'll realize it was worth every penny! Makes 4 rolls
These simple icebox cookies add a dignified air to the end of a meal with their rich hazelnut and sweet anise flavors. Plus, the dough will last up to a month in the freezer, so you can keep it on hand for whenever you get the hankering for a treat. Game plan: Hazelnuts are typically sold with a thin, dark skin attached. You can easily rub the skin off with a clean kitchen towel after toasting the nuts. Don’t worry if there are a few bits left—they’ll add color and flavor. If you froze the cookie dough, allow it to sit at room temperature for about 40 minutes before cutting and baking. This recipe was featured as part of our Winter Cabin Fever story.
Chewy farro -- an Italian whole grain -- is tossed with mixed greens in this colorful salad. It's flavored by two kinds of grapes that have been baked in a low oven to concentrate their sweetness and release their juices. The Concord grapes aren't seedless, but they make a beautiful garnish.
The flavorful sausage and bold escarole are filling additions to this French-accented stew. Substitute mustard greens to mimic the bitter flavor of escarole, or use spinach for milder flavor. Serve with a crusty baguette or rolls.
This dish looks like a pumpkin pie, but the filling is actually made with sweet potato.
Celebrate the best of fall flavor with this creamy pumpkin pie. This version of the classic Thanksgiving pie is a fluffier, less dense version of the original, so it's perfect for serving at holiday gatherings when you want a crowd-pleaser.
Try this filling, flavorful frittata with bacon for breakfast, between slices of toasted baguette for lunch, or paired with a green salad for dinner.
Try a fresh kale salad for a light and healthy side dish. With only 3 ingredients, this is an easy salad to put together.
Sweet, succulent onions are the perfect foil for this savory pork taco filling. Ancho chile powder gives the meat a mild, slightly fruity chile flavor.
Grill up delicious dishes this summer with Crisco® Original No-Stick Cooking Spray.
Many Bundt cakes are heavy and buttery, but this one is surprisingly light and incredibly moist under its silky chocolate glaze. Strong-brewed coffee in the batter intensifies the chocolate flavor while cutting the sweetness.
This recipe for pulled pork is courtesy of Emeril Lagasse and is used to make his Crazy Nachos.