Cheesy Zucchini-Eggplant Bake Recipe. Easy and delicious!
Smashed Cucumber Salad with Za'atar and Feta Recipe. Peach and Cucumber Salad Recipe. Ingredients ⅓ cup raw pumpkin seeds1 tablespoon plus ¼ cup olive oilKosher salt1 cardamom pod1 whole clove½ teaspoon coriander seeds½ teaspoon cumin seeds1 serrano chile, finely grated1 garlic clove, finely grated3 tablespoons finely chopped parsley3 tablespoons finely chopped cilantro, plus leaves with tender stems for serving3 tablespoons (or more) fresh lemon juice2 medium Persian cucumbers, cut into 1-inch pieces4 medium yellow peaches, cut into 1–1½-inch pieces1 avocado, cut into 1-inch pieces1 teaspoon toasted sesame seeds A spice mill or mortar and pestle Recipe Preparation Preheat oven to 350°.
Cantaloupe and Cucumber Salad Recipe. Ingredients ½ cup olive oil¼ cup Champagne vinegar or white wine vinegar1 teaspoon ground coriander1 teaspoon kosher salt¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper⅛ teaspoon ground cardamom½ large cantaloupe, rind and seeds removed, flesh cut into 1-inch pieces1 large English hothouse cucumber, sliced on a diagonal ½ inch thick2 Fresno chiles, thinly sliced½ cup unsalted, roasted pumpkin seeds (pepitas)¼ cup chopped cilantro¼ cup chopped mintSumac (for serving)
Napa Cabbage Salad Recipe. Sheet Pan Chicken With Broccoli, Chickpeas, and Parmesan Recipe on Food52. Test Kitchen-Approved Author Notes Many sheet pan chicken recipes are deceptively alluring.
ROASTED WINTER BOWL WITH BBQ TEMPEH & HEMP SEED RANCH. Pin it!
Pin it! Skillet Gnocchi with Sausage and Broccoli Rabe. Thai Coconut, Broccoli and Coriander Soup recipe. Super quick, easy, filling and good!
I read a ton of the reviews, and because everyone was using different brands of curry paste, there were problems determining the heat. Totally not surprising since every brand's spice level varies, as well as everyone's personal tolerance. 30 Minute Chicken Ramen. You know what I have decided?
I’ve decided I am subconsciously preparing to get my wisdom teeth pulled by making as many soups as possible UGH. Yes, I did say get my wisdom teeth pulled. I know, I know, what a drag. My dentist back in Ohio actually told me like five years ago that I really need to have them pulled. GDPR. There are a few things to consider when choosing side(s) to serve with seafood.
If you're planning to cook a fatty and meaty fish like salmon, you'll want to accompany it with something that has a touch of acidity, while a much lighter fish like haddock calls for hearty vegetables. Secondly, think about the recipe's flavor profiles. If you're preparing shrimp pad Thai, for instance, the dish's notes of sweetness and spice should carry through to your fixings. RELATED A Simple Trick for Fish with Perfectly Crispy Skin » Yotam Ottolenghi’s fish recipes. Life’s dreary realities mean I don’t travel as much as I want to, so I let my imagination take me away instead.
I recently went on a trip to Tulum in Mexico, sailing there on the pages of Hartwood, a beautiful cookbook from an equally beautiful restaurant that’s set in a jungle and just across from a beach. I’ve borrowed ideas from the book for today’s first two dishes – both cooking and eating them takes me just a fraction closer to Tulum. Cod marinated in pepper and pumpkin seed salsa (pictured above) This salsa pairs really well with all sorts of other things – roasted vegetables, grilled chicken or baked cubes of tofu, to name just a few – so double the amount if you like.
It will keep in the fridge for two days. Prep 35 minCook 45 minServes 4. Kale and Quinoa Salad. Strawberry Rhubarb Crumble Recipe. I'm just wrapping up a quick trip to Portland, Oregon - but I made this just before I left.
You all know by now how I love a rustic, family-style dessert. And really, the list of desserts that fit the bill better than a simple fruit crumble is short. For those of you who've never attempted a crumble, it's quite simple. Start with fresh seasonal fruit, top it with crumbled dough, and into the oven it goes. Before you know it, golden-topped dollops of baked goodness are crisping up in a shallow sea of bubbling fruit. Rhubarb and Blueberry Galette Recipe on Food52. Kitchen Sink Sunflower Salad Recipe. Roasted Artichoke Leaf Appetizer with Feta and Black Olives (& Cheater's Aioli) Recipe on Food52. Sweet & Sour Probiotic Soup (Vegan, Gluten-Free, Immune Boosting) This healthy sweet & sour probiotic soup is a take on kimchee soup that makes a few key changes to preserve maximum health benefits (while retaining all that amazing flavor!).
It’ll keep you from getting sick or heal anything you’ve already caught, and the sweet and sour, umami-rich flavor is out-of-this-world. Everyone I know is either sick or detoxing right now (or embarking on “joyless January,” as one friend phrased it). This soup is good whichever boat you’re in, because it’s all about your gut. Amping up your gut bacteria is crucial for supporting healthy digestion of food and effective elimination of waste (which is really how you actually get the gnarly stuff out of your body). Your gut is also where the majority – yes, majority – of your immune system lies, so boosting your positive gut bacteria will help you get better, whether your illness is in fact bacterial, or viral, like most colds and flus are.
Kimchi Miso Miso is a fermented soybean paste. Garlic So go forth! Farro Frittata Recipe on Food52. Fresh Turmeric Pickle Recipe on Food52. Miso Roasted Brussels Sprouts Recipe on Food52. Quinoa Crisps Recipe on Food52. Turmeric Ginger Lime Salsa Recipe. Turkish-Style Poached Eggs with Garlic Yogurt, Chili Flakes & Walnut Butter Recipe on Food52. Sheet Pan Shrimp & Vegetables Recipe. Ingredients For the Shrimp: 1 pound shrimp, peeled and deveined 3 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons lemon juice ½ teaspoon lemon zest.
Perfect Steamed Broccoli with Caper-Raisin Vinaigrette Recipe on Food52. Raw Chocolate Bourbon Tartlets with Chocolate Hazelnut Crust - DOWNTOWN EPICURE. The easy Tahini Ginger Quinoa Bowl that’s perfect for cold nights. Fall Breakfast Recipe: Spiced Pear Muffins. I wish you could smell these muffins cooling on my counter right now. Better yet, I wish you could actually be here in my kitchen right now. Because then we could sit down with mugs of coffee and one muffin each, and break off nutmeg-scented nibbles as we trade stories about our day. These muffins might just be one of my crowning achievements. They are solidly in the middle of the muffin spectrum, neither so sweet that they could pass for cupcakes nor so healthy that they stop tasting like a treat.
Crunchy Thai Salad with Creamy “Peanut” Dressing + GIVEAWAY! This tasty Crunchy Thai Salad with Creamy “Peanut” Dressing is packed with crisp veggies and a simple allergy-free “peanut” sauce that will have everyone begging for seconds! Vegan and gluten-free. Man oh man it feels goooooood to dig into a salad and be like “hot dayum, this is serious.” Let’s break down this here wonder salad, shall we? For the base we’ve got a delectable mix of shredded cabbage (I used a pre-bagged cole slaw mix cuz I’m lazy like that), sweet sliced romaine, shredded carrots, and red bell pepper.