Quick and versatile, this recipe for tostados is really more of a guideline. Substitute in your favorite taco fixings or leftovers from the back of the fridge for an easy, tasty meal.
Spice up your Super Bowl party, or a weeknight meal, with these sticky chicken wings. Use honey, hoisin sauce, soy sauce, and Asian spices to make a sweet, savory, sticky sauce for the chicken.
Sometimes you just crave chowmein. Using chowmein noodles, marinaded chicken, and veggies like beans, carrots, and green onion, you can make your own version at home.
Make a cozy, comforting meal with this potato chowder flavored with spicy kielbasa, smokey Gouda cheese, and fresh dill, accompanied by simple yogurt drop biscuits.
Korean-style beef short ribs become tender and flavorful when oven braised with soy sauce, ginger, garlic, fresh pear, carrots, scallions, and daikon.
Perfect for a weeknight meal, whip these chicken breasts up in about 45 minutes, with a veggie on the side, and maybe mashed potatoes to smother in the sour cream-mushroom sauce.
Breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner; this frittata works for any meal. Whipping it up in an oven-safe skillet is a breeze, there's no flipping or crust required. Serve it with toast and cream cheese, for breakfast or with a side salad for lunch.
Rachael Ray's new cookbook is full of pasta recipes and plenty more. Her pasta with homemade sausage and kale in roasted garlic sauce was simple enough for a weeknight meal, and delicious enough for a weekend dinner party.
Pack more veggies into your diet with this creamy, low calorie, dairy-free, cauliflower soup. Pair it with a grilled cheese sandwich or a quinoa salad.
Stave off winter's chill with this warm and comforting roasted garlic soup. Roast garlic, onions, leeks, and green onions in the oven, then purée them and add broth and cream.
Ann Mah's novel, 'Kitchen Chinese: A Novel About Food, Family and Finding Yourself' celebrates life changes, Chinese culture, and most importantly, regional Chinese dishes. This special blog post contains an interview with the author, and one of her favorite recipes.
Do something different for dinner with tofu curry. Get adventurous with authentic Indian spices like garam masala and Asafetida, and learn to swap the curry powder for a homemade curry paste.
Baked chicken with a light lemon marinade brings a welcome relief from the indulgence of holiday treats and dishes.
Ground pork and pork liver are cooked with mushrooms, shallots, garlic, fennel, and thyme, then finished with cream in this traditional Italian pasta sauce.
A familiar comfort dish in a new place to call home.
Mayan end-time talk got you down? Forget superstition and learn something about today's Mayan culture with these recipes from the 'Flavors of Belize' cookbook.
Chestnuts are nutty and slightly sweet and pair beautifully with woodsy sage and salty pancetta. Add them all to a thick pasta for hearty and satisfying meal.
Warm pita wraps filled with sautéed greens, tofu, mushrooms, and onions make for a satisfying meal with umami flavors.
A homesick Texan finds home in Paris by recreating Tex-Mex favorites with Parisian ingredients.
Tis the season of holiday eating. Try this simple orange glaze over chicken for a healthy meal.
Busy months like December require easy dinners that you can prepare by throwing together a few basic ingredients, while still resulting in a tummy-warming winter meal. This eggplant parmesan pizza fits the bill perfectly.
This hearty ziti and sausage dinner layers flavors of Italian sausage, onion, fennel bulb, crushed red pepper, tomato, and Parmesan deliciously. It's adapted from 'Lidia’s Favorite Recipes.'
'Taste of Tremé: Creole, Cajun, and Soul Food from New Orleans’s Famous Neighborhood of Jazz' by Todd-Michael St. Pierre is stuffed with doable recipes, from breakfast to dessert.
This filling butternut squash soup is a simple recipe for a chilly weeknight. Place a cube of creamy Camembert cheese at the bottom of each bowl before pouring the soup, for a velvety, cheesy addition.