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The Laughably Simple Gnocchi I Should Have Made Sooner

Homemade gnocchi always seemed beyond my reach. It's not the act of making pasta that intimidated me—in fact, I grew up on homemade pasta. My mom used to make it regularly, pulling out her battered red pasta machine and hand-cranking the sheets of dough through its rollers. She'd make wide lasagna …

Italian Food

Recipe: Easy Lemongrass Grilled Chicken — Quick and Easy Weeknight Dinners

One of the easiest but tastiest chicken recipes you can grill this summer involves lemongrass, a few pantry staples, and boneless chicken thighs. …

Recipes

Recipe: No-Bake Sheet Pan Lemon Yogurt Tart — Easy Dessert Recipes

There are few desserts quite as delightful as those bursting with bright, lemony freshness. That's precisely why we're big fans of this yogurt-filled …

Dessert

One Bowl, No Measurements: Chocolate Cake, As Easy As Can Be

At first glance, this bare bones recipe may look like something from a technical challenge on Great British Bake Off, but the absence of measurements <i>is</i> intentional. This is what I like to call a “no-measure cake” (as in, no measuring spoons or cups needed), and the recipe is so foolproof it’ll turn …

Dessert

Strawberry and Ginger Beer Jelly Recipe - Great British Chefs

The flavours of summer are put centre-stage in this stunning strawberry and ginger beer jelly recipe. Because you make them in advance and leave them …

Rachel Roddy’s recipe for broccoli and ricotta torta

There were – and still are for the rest of my family – grey days during our annual camping holidays in Pembrokeshire in Wales when I was growing up: tents that floated away, and rainy-day visits to the butterfly museum. But the many good days – those perfect beach picnic days – shine like Lyle’s …

How to make pea soup: Felicity Cloake's masterclass – recipe

A soup for the brief homegrown pea season, now in full swing, rather than the comforting winter kind that’s as thick and yellow as a jug of custard. Once you’ve had your fill of peas popped straight from the pod, this is a good way to make use of those cosy-looking containers, as well as their …

Recipes

Anna Jones’s radish recipes

Radishes, those cheering orbs of bright pink, are at their best now. They are, of course, in their element when simply salted and dipped in butter, but their vibrant tones and crisp, peppered flavour are worthy of playing centre stage, too. Witness these two very different sweet and sour salads; …

This Creamy Avocado Gazpacho Tastes Like Havana in a Bowl

There’s an old joke that used to make the rounds in Cuba that went something like: <i>What are the three greatest failures of Fidel’s Revolution? Breakfast, lunch, and dinner.</i><p>Following the Cuban Revolution of 1959, Fidel Castro banned all private economy in Cuba. It wasn’t until the Special Period that …

Recipe: Sesame Ginger Slaw — Recipes from The Kitchn

If you want a potluck dish that's a total crowd-pleaser, and is as cheap as it is easy to pull off, there is no better choice than a really great, …

This Colorful Salad Is Inspired by Pad Thai

Use a vegetable peeler to peel the zucchini and carrots into ribbons and place them in a big bowl — it's okay to leave a little bit of the middle …

This Minty Ricotta Torte Is All I Want to Eat Right Now

<i>As Food52 gets older (and wiser), and our archive of recipes grows, we're making the effort to revisit some golden recipes. Today, it's TasteFood's Spring Pea and Ricotta Torte with Lemon and Mint, because it has all the fun of baking a cake with the results of something you can eat for lunch or</i> …

Nigel Slater’s desert island dishes

To celebrate 200 issues of Observer Food Monthly, Nigel Slater revisits and updates 10 of his all-time favourite dishes, including roast lamb and couscous, scallops with yuzu and apple bread and butter pudding<p>The recipes that appear in my column in OFM have always mirrored what I eat at home. They …

Nigel Slater’s smoked mackerel cakes with tomato sauce recipe

Crisp tasty fishcakes meet a succulent juicy scarlet sauce<p>Wash, but don’t peel, 750g of potatoes, then boil them until tender in deep, lightly salted water. Drain and mash them with about 50g of butter. Skin 250g of smoked mackerel, break into small pieces and add the fish to the potato. Chop 3 …

Nigel Slater’s small dishes to mix and match

Grilled aubergines with feta, winter salad and sausages, sweet potato loaf – it’s time to blur the lines between mains and sides<p>I just want something good to eat. I honestly don’t mind if its two or three small dishes from which to pick and choose or a single plate of food. The blurred lines of how …

Sausages

How To Make the Best Easy Shrimp Scampi (with Linguine) — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

A swirl of this pasta and juicy shrimp is everything you want from shrimp scampi: a buttery, lemony garlic sauce coats linguine and shrimp, and the …

Salsa Macha Is the Nutty, Do-Anything Sauce You Didn't Know You Needed

Sometimes, a single taste of something new has the ability to completely stop you in your tracks—to shake up your taste buds and spark your interest in a food or type of cuisine you don’t know much about. Trying salsa macha—a thick, spicy, nutty salsa that hails from the state of Veracruz in …

Ottolenghi's Cauliflower Cake Will Help You Eat Your Veggies

As I flipped with no small pleasure through the pages of Yotam Ottolenghi's cookbooks, considering recipes for this week's lunch feature, I was …

Spinach & Artichoke Chicken Is the Lighter Dinner You Crave

Season the chicken breasts all over with the salt and pepper. Place the chicken in a single layer in a 6-quart or larger slow cooker. Slice the …

Cooking

Meera Sodha’s recipe for katsu curry with panko aubergines and pickled radishes

Katsu curry is an unlikely looking heart thief, but this mysterious brown concoction is one of Japan’s favourite dishes. In my take on it, the curry sauce is made using plenty of naturally sweet vegetables, such as carrots and onions, plus a couple of storecupboard essentials. These modest …

Recipes

Recipe: Sweet Potato Pancakes

Either in the microwave or on the stovetop, melt the 3 tablespoons of butter, then set aside to cool.<p>In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, …

Breakfast

The Best Way to Make Slow Cooker General Tso's Chicken

(Image credit: Joe Lingeman)<p>The craving: General Tso's chicken from your favorite Chinese takeout spot. The problem: You've got different diners …

Food & Dining

Jamie Oliver's Chicken in Milk Is the Best Chicken Recipe

Nearly five years ago, I wrote about this oddball Jamie Oliver recipe that was so weird and yet so delightful it sent me into fits of hyperbole. Best …

Recipes

A Pantry-Friendly Salad You Can Make in the Dead of Winter

<i>Throughout the cold-weather season, we rely on pantry ingredients like dried herbs and spice blends to transport our kitchens to a warmer place. That's why we've partnered with The Spice Hunter on bright ideas for winter salads.</i><p>Summer salads full of pristine produce are all well and good, but want …

Ruby Tandoh’s buttermilk panna cotta with apricots recipe | The Sweet Spot

Butter is the saviour of so many ingredients, even tinned fruit<p>There’s not much that can’t be salvaged with butter. Here, it’s tinned apricots: thrown into a hot pan until they begin to char, then glazed with molten butter and maple syrup. Served with a tangy, silken buttermilk panna cotta, these …

Recipes

Meera Sodha’s recipe for sprout nasi goreng

This Malaysian fried rice dish is so deliciously filthy, you may well scrap takeaways altogether<p><b>Explore more recipes and inspiration in our new food magazine, Feast – issue 1 is in today’s Guardian.</b><p>Sometimes, all you really want is something with that sort of filthy and delicious taste that I used …

Italy’s best regional gnocchi dishes

The Italians are experts at taking humble ingredients like ricotta, potato or semolina and shaping them into beautiful little dumplings to be adorned …

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Spiral Filo Pie

Step 1<p>Cook And Drain The Rice<p>Heat a pan of salted water to the boil, then add the rice and cook for 9 minutes. Drain and cool the cooked rice.<p>Step …

Make This Tonight: Orzo with Caramelized Fall Vegetables

Heat a large pot of water to boiling and salt it generously. Cook the orzo until barely al dente, about 6 to 7 minutes. Drain and toss with a …