Total Time1 Hour 30 MinsYieldServes 15 (serving size: 1 oz.)This brittle is sweet and mildly bitter all at once—owing to the caramel flavor of the cooked sugar. We added everything you’d find on the iconic bagel of the same name except garlic and onion flakes for a nutty-savory-sweet treat. Brittle is very susceptible to moisture, so wrap it up in parchment paper and pack into an airtight container.
Category Traditional recipes
Step 1Prick potatoes several times with a fork. Place in a shallow microwavable dish; add 1/4 cup of the water. Cover with plastic wrap. Microwave on HIGH until potatoes are tender, about 12 minutes. Set aside, and cover to keep warm.Step 2Heat 1/2 tablespoon of the oil in a large saucepan over medium-high.
While this is not a classic caprese salad, it’s definitely a memorable one. It combines sliced fresh beefsteak tomatoes that are salted to bring out their best with roasted grape tomatoes, which cook to a jammy, concentrated sweetness. And instead of fresh mozzarella, creamy burrata cheese enriches everything.
The name of this recipe says it all: It’s an easy, mostly hands-off jerk pork dish that comes together in a snap. The cayenne provides a little heat, but mostly the pork gets its flavor from the cinnamon and allspice. The bright salsa-pineapple topping cools the dish off and gives it a pretty, dinner-party–worthy appearance.
Ratatouille is a classic French dish made with a sundry of fresh vegetables including onion, bell pepper, garlic, eggplant, zucchini, and tomatoes. Our take on it includes these classic flavors and makes use of the slow cooker for a hands-free version.How to Make ItStep 1Heat 1 1/2 tablespoons of the oil in a large skillet over medium.
Rice vinegar, sesame seeds, and brown sugar make this simple sauce irresistible! One-fourth cup of sesame seeds may sound like a lot, but it’s the perfect amount to give the sauce its nutty, earthy flair. Serve with hot cooked rice and garnish with thinly sliced red and green jalapeño peppers, if desired.
Hangar steak is a cut you need to use more. It is incredibly tender, with a fantastically rich, beefy flavor and open texture that takes well to seasonings. It might be a little tricky to find (we picked it up at our local Whole Foods), but it is worth seeking out for a special steak dinner. Here it’s marinated briefly in a combination of fish sauce to deepen its savory meatiness; brown sugar, which melts to form a glaze on the surface; and garlic for extra umami depth.
YieldServes 4 (serving size: 1 plum, 2 tbsp. sauce)These plums have all the flavor—sweet, tart, creamy, and salty. And this recipe is a simple and easy way to use delicious, peak-season fruit. Be sure to only grill the plums on the skin side a minute to warm them; otherwise they will get mushy.Ingredients1/2 cup whole-milk ricotta cheese1/2 teaspoon orange zest (from 1 orange)1/2 teaspoon kosher salt3 tablespoons honey, dividedCooking spray4 plums (1 1/4 lb.
As a true dump-it-and-leave-it dish, this salmon is a weeknight-dinner go-to. The lime and scallion flavors will soak into the salmon, leaving it with a light Asian flavor. Be sure to spray the foil with cooking spray before adding food to the slow cooker to ensure that nothing sticks to it.Miso is a Japanese seasoning paste made with fermented soybeans.
How to Make ItStep 1Heat a large skillet over medium-high. Add 1 tablespoon of the oil to the pan; swirl to coat. Add the chicken and cook, stirring often, for about 4 minutes. Add the bell pepper, scallions, garlic, and ginger to skillet and cook, stirring often, until the chicken is done and the vegetables are just tender, about 3 minutes.
This dinner offers a double-dose of turmeric and its active compound curcumin—some of the golden spice flavors the creamy lentil dal and some gives the chicken a jolt of peppery, earthy flavor. The chicken’s spice rub also contains fresh black pepper, which helps to “activate” the curcumin—and, thus, amp up curcumin’s anti-inflammatory powers.
YieldServes 6 (serving size: about 1 1/2 cups pasta, 3/4 cup tomato mixture)This fresh and light entrée is surprisingly satisfying thanks to fiber-filled gluten-free pasta and the delicious combination of juicy, ripe tomatoes, herbs, and salty cheese. Tossing the hot pasta with some of the cheese before topping it with sauce is the key to ensuring as many noodles as possible are coated with cheesy goodness throughout.
This delicious, hearty pizza is far from light-tasting, but nutritionally it soars above most other options in the deep-dish pizza category. We cook it in a cast-iron skillet to help give it a deep-dish pizza look and feel. For a crisp, not soggy crust, the key is to start the crust on the stove top, then top it, and transfer it to the oven.
Our readers call this easy chicken recipe & 34;so good,& 34; & 34;a surprise hit,& 34; and totally amazing,& 34; and we have to agree! Quick, creamy, and guaranteed to satisfy that comfort food craving, this chicken cutlet recipe is sure to top your & 34;must make& 34; list.For the time-crunched cook, pounding or slicing thick chicken breasts into thin cutlets is a smart way to reduce portion sizes and speed up cook time.
These chicken fajitas get their flavor from a homemade marinade featuring dark Mexican beer, soy sauce, lime juice, oil, Worcestershire sauce, and garlic. They can be prepared on the stovetop with a grill pan as directed, or outside over a charcoal or gas grill.A marinade of dark Mexican beer (like Negra Modelo), soy sauce, and fresh lime juice gives these Chicken Fajitas a fresh kick of flavor.
If you have a bit of extra oatmeal but not enough for a bowl at breakfast, grind the oats and use them for this family-friendly main dish. Making chicken tenders at home lightens up this classic comfort food, making it delicious and guilt-free.The buttermilk marinade makes for tender, juicy tenders, so don& 39;t skip the soaking time.
Stuff chicken breasts with a savory mixture of couscous, tomato, olive and feta cheese for an elegant, Mediterranean-style meal that’s fit for company.When it& 39;s cooked, couscous is fluffy but still chewy and firm. It& 39;s great for a simple side, an easy salad, or even stuffed in vegetables. In this Mediterranean-inspired chicken dish, create a mixture of couscous, feta cheese, kalamata olives, fresh herbs, and minced garlic.
Give beef a rest and try chicken for burgers instead. Simply combine chicken breasts, capers, shallots, salt, and pepper in a food processor, shape into patties, and cook in a grill pan. If you need to speed up your weeknight cooking, make these patties in advance. Line a cookie sheet with freezer paper, arrange uncooked patties in a single layer on the pan, and freeze until firm.
This superfast stir-fry is overflowing with traditional Asian spices and comes together in under 20 minutes. If you don& 39;t have or can& 39;t find oyster sauce, clam juice or fish sauce will work in its place. Rice noodles are more firm and don& 39;t turn mushy after being sautéed in the pan, but feel free to use fine udon noodles instead.
Miso is a thick, fermented soybean paste. You may see it called yellow or white miso at the supermarket. If you& 39;re feeling adventurous, opt for & 34;red miso.& 34; It& 39;s the darkest miso and has a strong, smoky flavor. Small bits of Japanese miso add worlds of flavor to every type of dish, from soups to stir-fries.
Whole lemons preserved in a salty brine are a flavor powerhouse. Look for preserved lemons at specialty stores, or order online from rakuten.com/. They work wonders in dishes that can use a tangy, salty punch: Try chopping a little into a grain salad, or mix into a simple pasta dish with parsley, garlic, and grated cheese.