Start marinating pork in the morning with garlic, ginger, soy sauce, mirin, and Korean red pepper paste. In the evening, add green beans for a quick, flavorful stir fry.
Making homemade falafel from scratch is easier than you think. The key is start with freshly soaked chickpeas.
Delicious, nutty hemp seeds add an interesting variety to twice-baked yams.
A hearty salad that is rich in flavor and color with the nutty taste and deep hues of forbidden rice.
Chorizos made with poblano peppers have a sweet fruity flavor with hints of cherry, prune, and fig. Enjoy them as sliders with a side of fresh guacamole.
Salmon curry is so simple you can make it in 30 minutes or less. Just be sure to use fresh Thai basil for the best taste.
Orzo – rice-shaped pasta – stands in for rice in this earthy, less fussy version of risotto, flavored with dried porcini mushrooms, saffron, leeks, garlic, and lemon juice.
Make this easy chicken stir fry with a peppery brown sauce for a quick weeknight dinner.
In ‘Ramen Alley’ in Kyoto, top noodle restaurants compete for diners. Here's a recipe to try at home.
This history and mystery of General Tso's chicken has sparked much curiosity. Recreate the ubiquitous Chinese-American dish at home and serve with rice and your favorite steamed veggie for a better-than-takeout dinner.
Celebrate Mardi Gras Cajun-style with this delicious shrimp stew thickened with browned okra.
This quick and easy salmon in a sweet and spicy adobo sauce is hard to beat. Serve it with a light green salad or steamed green beans, broccoli, or asparagus.
Easy prep work and inexpensive ingredients make a rich stew with complex flavors that can easily be frozen and saved for later.
Fill your pantry and refrigerator with the fixings you need, and then homemade soups like this root vegetable soup will come together in a snap.
Vegans and omnivores alike will love this chowder recipe. Prepare as written for a vegan option, or add chicken or fish to satisfy meat-lovers.
Lemon zest, garlic, fresh parsley, a scallion, and Dijon mustard liven up this simple lamb burger.
Serve this sweet and spicy vegetarian stew over basmati or brown rice and top with yogurt and lots of fresh cilantro for a comforting, hearty meal.
Start a cold January off with a soup made from slow-cooked, sweet, and savory ingredients. Puree roasted garlic, caramelized onion, butternut squash, and burnt eggplant together for a flavorful soup.
Spatchcocking a chicken allows the bird to be flattened allowing the meat to cook more quickly and thoroughly. Don't be intimidated by the name, with this step-by-step guide you can easily master this kitchen skill and have your honey-glazed Cornish game hen roasting in no time.
Winter veggies languishing in your fridge? Dress them up by roasting, chopping, and tossing them in a salad.
Serve these stuffed peppers as a side dish with shish kebabs or a vegetarian main course.
This roasted butternut squash soup has a smooth taste and a touch of hot chili to warm up frigid winter nights.