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If you have some left over, you can use corn broth for many other things: making polenta, braising vegetables, or whenever you need a vegetable broth. Chilled Corn Soup Recipe from The Gramercy Tavern Cookbook Serves 4 to 6 Garnish 1 teaspoon olive oil 1⁄2 cup corn kernels (from about 1 ear) 1⁄2 cup finely diced zucchini Salt and pepper 12 cherry tomatoes, halved 1 radish, very thinly sliced Extra-virgin olive oil 2 shiso leaves, julienned (optional) Make the soup. Chickpea Recipes collection - www.taste.com.au.
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Great meals for one – go on, treat yourself. One of the great joys of cooking is sharing the results. There's nothing quite like preparing a feast for appreciative friends, or creating a special meal for someone you love. Cooking for one? That's less fun. As one of the 7.7m Brits who live alone, I do it almost every night of the week.Most recipes cater for four or six. Obscure ingredients for a one-off dish and BOGOF multipacks are both out – unless you fancy conjuring a meal from wrinkled green peppers and leftover pomegranate molasses. However much you enjoy the process of cooking, it feels faintly ridiculous going to town over something to be gobbled down in the company of Netflix. The result? Before you start "When you're cooking for one, you need to shop differently," says Ben Tish, chef director at the Salt Yard Group.
Pick your recipe Elizabeth David's favourite, the omelette, is another perfect example of a dish best prepared for one. Brad McDonald, head chef of London's Lockhart, favours a spaghetti carbonara. 鼎泰豐. 5 best Chinese restaurants in Singapore. If you’ve grown up in Singapore, it’s likely that you have a Chinese restaurant for each one of your staple cravings whatever your dialect (or non-dialect) group. It could be that plate of glistening greased-up fried rice with pearl-like prawns; the sizzling clay pot of bean curd tossed up in sticky oyster sauce; or that simple but painstakingly-cooked bowl of soup. Here is a list of Singapore’s best Chinese restaurants where we’ve been getting nourishment year after year.
Best Cantonese: Wing Seong Fatty’s Ho sek ah! The mouthwatering Cantonese fare at Wing Seong Fatty’s is worth the calories. “I would know, I grew up here,” muses a longtime customer. Until 1981, Fatty’s was still located at the open-air food-laden Albert Street, and this was a simple non-air-conditioned tze-char restaurant that was known far and wide as one of Singapore's best Chinese restaurants. “Locals and tourists used to arrive in throngs,” he recalls, “the big boss made so much money.” 'Ho chiak! ' 5 best Indian restaurants in Singapore. Singapore loves its curries. And while the Indian ethnic group makes up of about nine percent of Singapore -- a considerably small percentage -- the rich mélange of spices, ingredients and textures has long permeated the island, the country’s multicultural society and rightfully so. And yes, we’re looking past you Cook-a-Curry day family. More on CNNGo: Charlene Fang: Singapore curry debate on the nose The Indian signature dishes: the versatile roti prata, hearty biryani and eye-popping fish head curry have all been adopted into the daily and hawker realms.
Local families have their own version of a curry recipe, as well as their favorite selection of Indian restaurants. Here are five of our top establishments, each representing a different copper pot of Indian culture. Ananda Bhavan Restaurant: The oldest vegetarian eatery With a spread like this, who needs meat? Pick the thosai sets, which are the easiest to order. The cuisine spans both north and south India, as well as Indian-Chinese. Which country has the best food?
We love to write about food. We love to celebrate the good stuff and lambaste the bad. But there's a debate we've avoided, if only to save computer screens the world over from the liters of spittle that will fly from the mouths of irate readers as they vent incredulously about our "ignorant, biased, un-researched and unreasoned" choices.
Which is why, having taken the plunge, we want to turn this particular piece over to you, and ask: which country has the best food? We've started the (dough) ball rolling with our own ranking here. Read it through. Try not to choke on your burrito. But we really do want to know what you think too. It's time to find out once and for all, which cuisine is king. 10. America knows how to dish up a spot-hitter.No one ever says "let's go out and get some American food tonight. " This may be because most of the popular American foods originate in some other country. Don't neglect the homegrown dishes either. Yum Dumb 9. It doesn't taste healthy though. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. Make Indian Food at Home: 20 Great Recipes, from Chutney to Chapati — Kitchn Recipe Roundup. This Week My Friends Ate the Carrots, Cucumbers and Cabbage in My CSA Box — Keeping Up With My CSA Box: Week 5.
Five Ways to Eat: Spinach. Easy Pantry Dinners: 5 Quick Dishes with Couscous. Couscous was invented for rushed, distracted, and hard-working cooks like us. Ok, maybe it was invented to go with delicious North African tagines and Middle Eastern pilafs. But the fact that it cooks up in minutes and requires almost no attention makes it feel like our weeknight meal savior. Couscous is a kind of pasta made with semolina flour, but it doesn't require boiling to cook it. Traditionally, couscous is steamed, but most of the couscous we buy in the US only needs to be soaked in hot water. The basic ratio is one cup of water (or even better, broth!) To one cup of dry couscous. Here are some of our favorite quick dinners with couscous: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What are your favorite recipes with couscous? Related: Easy Pantry Dinners: 5 Meals with Frozen Edamame (Images: Stephanie Barlow and Emily Ho) Dinner Quick: 10 Flavorful Couscous Recipes. Previous image Next image When it comes to jazzing up couscous, you can pretty much run wild.
Almonds, pomegranate seeds, chorizo, saffron ... Check out these ten inspiring and fast recipes (all cook in under 30 minutes, and many in as little as ten) and let us know how you like to serve couscous. Believe it or not, couscous was once the bane of my existence. TOP ROW• 1 Couscous with Chorizo & Chickpeas, from Good Food • 2 Sautéed Shrimp and Tomatoes with Lemon Couscous, from The Kitchn • 3 Curried Couscous with Broccoli and Feta, from Cooking Light • 4 Griddled Vegetables and Feta Couscous, from Delicious • 5 Spiced Herb & Almond Couscous, from Jane Hornby BOTTOM ROW• 6 Couscous Fritters with Feta, from Good Food • 7 Herby Couscous with Citrus & Pomegranate Dressing, from Good Food • 8 Whole-Wheat Couscous with Almonds, from Body+Soul • 9 Saffron-Scented Couscous with Pine Nuts, from Bon Appétit • 10 Couscous with Spiced Zucchini, from Gourmet.
Handheld Salads: 5 Favorite Sandwich Wrap Recipes. Skip the Microwave: Lunches That Don't Need Reheating. Cook Vietnamese At Home: 10 Delicious Recipes, from Bánh Mì to Vegetarian Pho — Kitchn Recipe Roundup. Previous image Next image Have you ever cooked Vietnamese at home? If not, now is the time to try your hand at it. Doesn't this sweet corn pudding sound delicious? Perfect for prime corn season. Or how about this this recipe for ginger crab? These 10 favorite recipes from our archives will lead the way.
TOP ROW• 1 Bún Chay (Vietnamese Vegetarian Noodle Salad): a refreshing summer salad made with rice noodles, fragrant herbs, crunchy bean sprouts, a protein of choice, and a salty-sour-sweet sauce.• 2 Vietnamese-Inspired Rice Crisps: a vegetarian take on Vietnamese shrimp crackers, made out of fried rice paper and topped with a mix of carrots, radishes, peanuts, herbs, chile pepper, and lime.• 3 Che Bap (Vietnamese Sweet Corn Pudding): made with coconut milk, and perfect warm or cold! BOTTOM ROW• 6 Che Dau Xanh (Vietnamese Dessert Soup With Mung Beans): In Vietnam, sweet soups are known as chè. Related: Cook Japanese Food at Home: 15 Favorite Dishes, from Okonomiyaki to Sukiyaki. Gallery: 11 Winter Salads to Eat Right Now.
Thailand to Vietnam: 20 Fresh Recipes for Summer from Southeast Asia. Previous image Next image In the heat of summer, I often turn to dishes from Southeast Asia. Stir-fried noodles, cooked quickly with delicious morsels of pork or chicken, cool salads with shredded green mango, noodles tossed with sweet and spicy peanut sauce, and milky tea with pearls of boba tapioca — these are some of the most refreshing dishes in my repertoire.
Here is a look back at 20 of our favorite summer recipes drawn from the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and beyond. Spicy noodles to eat with a cold glass of beer, crispy salads, lemongrass bánh mì sandwiches, and more! RICE & SIMPLE DINNERS• 1 Sinangag (Filipino Garlic Fried Rice) - Start out simple with this basic supper dish from the Philippines. • 2 Thai-Style Omelet (Kai Jeow) - Another quick basic: omelets, Thai-style. • 3 Bánh Mì with Lemongrass Tofu - A classic Vietnamese sandwich! What are your favorite Southeast Asian dishes? (Images: See linked recipes for full image credits) Cool Noodle Salads: 10 Simple Meals Inspired by Vietnam.
How To Cook Fluffy, Tasty Quinoa — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn. Previous image Next image How to cook fluffy, tasty quinoa. You can use any kind of quinoa (white - also sold as golden - red, or black). Use water to cook it or, as I do here, chicken broth. Quinoa has come a long way in the last few years. From health stores to the mainstream, its high protein content and delicate texture have made it a popular substitute for starchier pasta and rice.
Cultivated in the Andes for over 5,000 years, quinoa has been called the "mother grain" and "the gold of the Incas. " We've read that there are 1,800(!) Here is our standard method for cooking any of these. Basic Quinoa Facts How much cooked quinoa does 1 cup dry quinoa yield? 10 Delicious Recipes with Quinoa How To Cook Quinoa What You Need Ingredients 1 cup quinoa (any variety — white or golden, red, or black) Olive oil (optional) 2 cups liquid, such as broth or water 1/4 teaspoon salt (optional) Tools Fine mesh strainer 2-quart saucepan with lid Spoon Instructions 1. 2. Why rinse quinoa? 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Salad for Dinner: 7 Additions to Make it Filling. We like to eat salad for dinner, but we don't want to be hungry an hour later. There are plenty of main dish salad recipes out there (we wrote about some of our favorites in this post), but often we want just a simple green salad--only we need one or two extra things to make it more hearty.
Here are seven quick additions. Obviously, you could add some shredded chicken to almost any salad and make it a filling meal. Our point here is to suggest things that might not need a lot of extra prep or cooking. Most keep it vegetarian, too, which might be your goal if you're going meatless for the night. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Nuts and cheese are always good, too, but we'll stop there. Related: Make-Ahead Lunch Recipe: Big Green Salad with Shallots, Chicken, Smoked Almonds, and Goat Cheese (Image: Elizabeth Passarella) 10 Lighter, Fresher Pasta Salads — Recipes from The Kitchn. Edamame & Cauliflower Pasta Salad with Feta. Do you make pasta salads? Or do they bring to mind visions of mushy pasta in a greasy slick of mayonnaise? Pasta salads can be some of the freshest, most summery foods in your repertoire, and they also are the perfect lunch food — they keep for days in the refrigerator and are a little meal all in themselves.
Here's one from my own kitchen: A fresh salad tossed with olive oil, cauliflower, and bright green edamame. This is a very pretty salad; it's green and fresh, and summer comfort food at its best. I love orecchiette for pasta salads. These small bites of pasta hold vegetables and dressing very well, their ridged backsides collecting oil and herbs. I take a tip here from Sarah Rae's note on adding frozen vegetables to hot pasta. I dress the salad with a light dressing of olive oil and lemon juice, with a touch of soy and maple syrup. This salad lasts for days in the refrigerator, and it won't wilt on the picnic buffet. Edamame & Cauliflower Pasta Salad with Feta serves 8 to 10.
Whole Grains for Lunch: 15 Hearty, Satisfying Lunch Salads — Recipes from The Kitchn. 15 Pasta Salads to Make This 4th of July — Recipes from The Kitchn. The Clever Carrot - healthy comfort food. Gratin. Chocolate Martini. Donna Hay - Recipes. Donna Hay - Recipes. Donna Hay - Recipes. Puffed cheese omelette ¼ cup (60g) mascarpone 1 tablespoon chopped chives 2 free-range eggs, separated 2 tablespoons single (pouring) cream sea salt and cracked black pepper 30g butter 1 tablespoon finely grated parmesan 1 tablespoon grated cheddar finely grated parmesan, extra, to serve Combine the mascarpone and chives and set aside. Place the egg yolks, cream, salt and pepper in a bowl and whisk to combine. Whisk the eggwhite until stiff peaks form and fold through the egg yolk mixture. Melt the butter in a 20cm non-stick frying pan over medium heat.
Donna Hay - Recipes. Donna Hay - Recipes. Spiced pastries ½ cup (110g) white sugar ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon ¼ teaspoon mixed spice 1¾ cups (260g) plain (all-purpose) flour, sifted 1¾ teaspoons baking powder ½ cup (70g) pitted and chopped dates ½ cup (125ml) pouring (single) cream ½ cup (125ml) milk 30g butter Preheat oven to 180°C (355°F). Combine the sugar, cinnamon and mixed spice and set aside. Place the flour, baking powder and dates in a bowl and stir to combine. Donna Hay - Recipes. Donna Hay - Recipes. Donna Hay - Recipes. Donna Hay - Recipes. Donna Hay - Recipes.
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