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Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Simply Recipes: 5 New Recipes - Chicken Milanese and more...

It's hard to believe that five basic ingredients can produce such pleasing results. Milanese — a crusty crumb coating on chicken cutlets — is one of the simplest Italian preparations and it wows guests every time. Continue reading ...

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Chicken Milanese

It's hard to believe that five basic ingredients can produce such pleasing results.

Milanese — a crusty crumb coating on chicken cutlets — is one of the simplest Italian preparations and it wows guests every time.

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Scallion Pancakes

One of my favorite dishes to order at a dim sum Chinese restaurant is scallion pancakes. These thin, round pancakes are crispy out the outside and chewy on the inside.

Until I started making them about a year ago, I didn't realize how easy they were to cook at home!

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Chicken Biryani

Biryani is a beautiful, simple South Asian rice pilaf that's easy to make at home. It's typically served at celebrations in India, and my Indian friends here in the United States talk about this dish with such nostalgia.

You can make it with all kinds of meats (like goat or seafood!) or just vegetables. The rice is often golden with turmeric and studded with raisins and nuts.

Biryani can also be a fantastic weeknight meal since it's made all in one pot and is ready in under an hour. Today, I'm sharing my version of biryani with chicken.

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Radicchio Salad with Green Olives, Chickpeas, and Parmesan

This recipe is brought to you in partnership with The California Olive Committee.

Radicchio is such a beautiful vegetable on the table, but those vibrant purple leaves are so bitter that it can be tricky to figure out how to work them into a recipe.

Here's one idea: a light, but satisfying salad full of buttery California green ripe olives, nutty chickpeas, salty Parmesan cheese, and a sweet balsamic vinaigrette.

All these flavors and textures balance the radicchio, making a colorful, elegant – and quick! – seasonal salad for your dinner table.

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Pressure Cooker Beef Brisket

My family has always cooked our Passover brisket in the oven, low and slow. It's delicious, but takes over three hours to make! This year, I wanted to see if I could speed up the process using a pressure cooker.

And you know what? You can.

Using a pressure cooker, you can make tender, deeply flavorful brisket with a thick, rich gravy in about half the time!

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Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Simply Recipes: 3 New Recipes - Steak Salad with Miso Vinaigrette and more...

I come from California, the land of salad for dinner. You can't ask for a much simpler homemade meal (I mean, unless cereal counts). With this easy and delicious steak salad, pan-seared skirt steak sits atop a bed of spring greens, carrots, ...

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Steak Salad with Miso Vinaigrette

I come from California, the land of salad for dinner. You can't ask for a much simpler homemade meal (I mean, unless cereal counts).

With this easy and delicious steak salad, pan-seared skirt steak sits atop a bed of spring greens, carrots, radishes, and apples. The miso vinaigrette- tangy, sweet, substantial, and full of umami, provides another layer of wow.

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Spinach Risotto

When spring finally makes an appearance around here, it does so with an explosion of green. Trees that have stood gloomily bare for months begin to leaf out all at once, beckoning us to wake up(!) and get ready for the warmer days to come.

Thus the inspiration for this lovely green spinach risotto.

It's a simple risotto—made in the classic way with risotto rice, stock, wine, and Parmesan—with the addition at the end of a half pound of chopped baby spinach with a little lemon zest and juice to brighten the flavors.

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Soba Noodle Bowls with Spinach and Poached Eggs

Is it spring yet?!

Where I live in the Northeast, the sun says it's spring but the temperature outside says it's anything but. We could still have a major snowstorm as late as April!

This noodle bowl is perfect for this in-between time. Poached eggs add a satisfying richness to the meal. They are also symbol of renewal, and right about now, I'm ready for one.

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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Simply Recipes: 6 New Recipes - Irish Beef Stew and more...

Americans have a curious way of celebrating St. Patrick's Day. We pinch each other if we forget to wear something green, we make green foods regardless if they have anything to do with Ireland, and we adapt traditional Irish recipes to our own taste. ...

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Irish Beef Stew

Americans have a curious way of celebrating St. Patrick's Day. We pinch each other if we forget to wear something green, we make green foods regardless if they have anything to do with Ireland, and we adapt traditional Irish recipes to our own taste.

The last is the case with this Irish beef stew. As any Irish person will tell you, lamb is the preferred meat for a good Irish stew. But here in the states we eat a lot more beef than lamb, so when we want to make a stew to celebrate all things Irish, it's usually done with beef.

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Roasted Cabbage with Bacon Gremolata

Cabbage doubters, prepare to be seduced.

Here we have thick slices of cabbage roasted until the edges are crispy and golden, and then served with a crunchy, salty, nutty, bacon-y gremolata scattered over top. Plus Parmesan cheese. Helloooo, gorgeous.

This recipe comes from a new cookbook from my friend Andrea Bemis, the farmer and co-owner of Tumbleweed Farm up in Oregon. She lives and breathes vegetables every day, so if anyone knows how to give veggies some serious curb-appeal, it's her.

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Brown Sugar Irish Coffee

Irish coffee is an exercise in simplicity. Too much fuss and it loses its character.

You want a strong punch of coffee, a lingering warmth from the Irish whiskey, a touch of sweetness, and some cream to bring it all together.

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Corned Beef and Cabbage

Once a year, come mid-March, we Americans enjoy the best excuse ever to make corned beef and cabbage, St. Patrick's Day!

Never mind that the dish isn't really eaten in Ireland, or at least not with the enthusiasm for it that you'll find here. We'll celebrate the day the way we like, and raise a toast with a pint of Guinness as well.

The traditional way to prepare corned beef and cabbage is to boil it, both the beef and the cabbage.

Several years ago my friend Suzanne introduced me to her favorite way of making the corned beef—speckled with cloves, slathered in honey mustard and baked, served alongside sautéed cabbage.

One day we cooked the dish both ways, boiled and baked. The winner?

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Quick & Easy Hamburger Soup

No matter what season, the chances are soup is a good answer to "what's for dinner?"

It may be the answer on a cold and chilly day, or just when you have no other ideas for dinner and need something fast. Soup is warm, comforting and always delicious.

This hamburger soup is a quick meal when you need it, but that tastes like it has been tucked away on the stove for hours,

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Irish Brown Bread

My grandfather was born and raised in Ireland. Although he died before I was born, his Irish roots ran deep in our family. My father and uncles made regular trips to the old country to visit relatives and returned with plenty of amusing stories to tell.

In time, I made several journeys back to Ireland myself and developed a decided kinship to the land of my forefathers. Like every traveller, I was introduced to the full Irish breakfast accompanied by slices of brown bread slathered in thick slabs of butter.

I aspired to master the art of the Irish loaf, and this year for St. Patrick's day, I'd like to share the results with you!

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