Mixing up your own cereal is easier than you think. One tip: explore the bulk section of your grocery store for your favorite kind of flakes to build your base.
Across Asian cuisines, meals in a bowl are a common thread. Here are four simple steps to build your own nutritious and balanced meal and a recipe for Korean bibimbap.
This vanilla cookie with a sweet is similar to a Mexican Wedding Cake, but without the nuts.
Dandelion greens add a pleasant bitter bite – and loads of nutrients – to this weeknight-quick pasta.
Toasted black sesame seeds bring extra flavor to this simple meal of salmon brushed with homemade teriyaki sauce.
These scones have the sweetness of a blueberry muffin but with crispy edges and a no-fuss preparation.
A cakey and moist sheet cake so good you won't be able to resist a second piece.
With a few added flourishes leftover food can be transformed into a fresh meal, such as this 'recipe' for white chicken curry noodles.
Garlicky, oniony ramps – 'wild leeks' – star in this simple, seasonal pasta dish.
Indian food is easy to make at home, including this decadent recipe for Indian butter chicken that takes only 30 minutes to prepare.
Boost the flavor of strawberry muffins by processing rosemary needles with sugar for a rosemary infused muffin. Use the leftover sugar to make a flavored butter.
Carrots roasted with honey and a sprinkle of sea salt, black pepper, and dried cumin are served atop a jumbled bed of farro and chickpeas that have been tossed in a very simple garlic, olive oil, and lemon juice dressing.
Raw cane sugar is the secret to these cookies giving it a nice crunch.
An easy and elegant dessert packed with fresh strawberry flavor that can be served in homey petite mason jars or rise the elegance of crystal cups.
For your next dinner party, set out this beautifully prepared salmon and let your guests decide how they want to enjoy it – either rolled up in rice paper wrappers or atop a bowl of vermicelli noodles.
Get creative with your taco for Taco Tuesday. This version has crispy chipotle chickpeas with sweet potato and bok choy.
Velveting the chicken before stir-frying it, a simple Chinese cooking technique, keeps the meat moist and tender in Stir-fried Chicken with Asparagus.
Mix some of this delicious spring treat into yogurt or serve it warm on pound cake.