A quick and easy Japanese pork stir-fry. Pork ginger, also called "Japanese ginger pork," according to Google, is one of those dishes that's so simple you'd never think to write down the recipe. If you grew up eating pork ginger (which is what we called it in my house) or butaniku no shogayaki (which …
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Chef Priyanka Naik's Modern Take on Her Family’s Diwali RecipesCurated byThe Kitchn
While Chef Priyanka Naik has traveled to India almost annually, her trips never coincided with Diwali, so she and her family celebrate the festival at their NYC home. This year, she’s sharing 2 modern versions of dishes she grew up eating: sweet, spicy, crunch Indian home fries with peanuts and her easy-yet-impressive almond tahini cake. “My advice to you is to always enjoy what you cook and who you share it with. That, above all else, is what’s most important this holiday season."
20 Ottolenghi Recipes That Make Our Lives a Little Simpler (& a Lot Tastier)Curated byFood52
We'll happily shout it from the rooftops: we're the hugest fans of chef, restaurateur, and cookbook author Yotam Ottolenghi. His recipes are bright, fresh, seasonal, and full of flavor—with complex and multi-layered combinations of herbs, spices, and umami-filled game-changers (black garlic and pomegranate molasses, you're our new best friends). Read on for the 20 ways Ottolenghi makes cooking a boldly flavored breeze.
I'm a seasoned cake baker, a decent biscuit maker, and my cookie game isn't bad at all. But despite being confident in my baking, cheesecakes still have the power to reduce me to my 5th-grade days of baking sugar cookies in a toaster oven. Baking anything in a water bath intimidates me. Ensuring …
From a version with chorizo and peppers to an old-school macaroni number, these recipes give pasta salad a new claim to fame. We'll start with some truth: There's a lot of bad pasta salad out there. No one wants to eat an assemblage of limp, greasy vegetables and cardboard-like pasta. Fortunately, …