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21. Crunchy Chickpeas Cook a 15-ounce can drained chickpeas in an ovenproof skillet with 2 tablespoons olive oil and 1 teaspoon each cumin and smoked paprika, 2 minutes. Season with salt, then bake 20 minutes at 425 degrees F. 22.
Of course, you can make muffins and cupcakes in a muffin tin (FYI: any quick bread or cake recipe, even a boxed mix, will make great muffins or cupcakes), and if you’ve been reading recently, you know that I use muffin tins to serve food for Gracie. But what else can you use them for? A few of these things are the same as my creative uses for a bundt pan . Why? Because the meal itself is that versatile, and can adapt to almost any container.
Few foods taste so good that they forever change how you look at a meal—here are the 10 best. Steak tartare It's prime beef, minced, and usually mixed with Dijon mustard, capers, chopped shallots, Worcestershire, anchovies, ground pepper, and a raw egg. Steak tartare has a velveteen texture and a deep, luxurious flavor that trumps any high-end steak you’ve ever eaten. It'll leave you to wonder why man touched meat to flame in the first place.
Welcome to La Fuji Mama , a website focused on bringing world flavors to the family dinner table. Rachael Hutchings, author of La Fuji Mama, has eaten her way around the world, having lived in a variety of fun food locations, including Paris, Tokyo, Yokohama, Memphis, and Los Angeles. She features recipes that are a fusion of different tastes, influenced by the variety of places she has lived and visited, and the people she has met. You could say that her food has global roots with a local homegrown accent. Rachael believes that food shouldn’t be dumbed down for children, and shares ways with her readers on how they can make the time they spend in the kitchen and at the dinner table be a delicious educational experience for the whole family.
I’m just finishing up the photos for my next recipe, but since we’re entering into flowery, lovely springtime, I wanted to bring this quick and easy—and too precious for color TV—dessert idea from my archives. I first posted it back in 2007 as I was making my way through a little recipe book I used in high school, and my girls plan to make some this weekend. I expect you to have a freezerful of these delights by 5:00 this evening. Back on the golf course, I used to have a traditional back-to-school party for my friends and me every year. Because I apparently had nothing better to do with my time and focus, I’d have Cranes invitations printed, would dress in my finest floral dress or suit, and welcome 15-30 girls into my parents’ house, where we’d all toast one another with sparkling grape juice and feast on chicken salad with dill and baked brie and things like that.
Vegan tamales, baked tofu, roasted vegetables on polenta, and the very best veggie burger ever. These were just a few of the vegetarian and vegan recipes we published in 2009. Here's a full roundup of our favorites from this past year; bookmark this for some fresh and healthy January cooking! Photos above have captions with links to the pictured recipe.