Onion rava dosa is a popular south-Indian breakfast that is irresistible when golden brown. Unlike regular dosa, this dosa is quick.
Perfection Takes Time
Let your mouth water at this slow cooked recipe, a collaboration between Honest Cooking and FIJI Water, a celebration of things that get better with time.
Madeira Short Ribs with Kabocha Squash are tender, falling off the bone, braised to perfection with creamy, garlicky mashed potatoes with a fall twist.
Taco night doesn’t have to be quick and dirty. For a delicious, flavorful one, try making your own refried beans and slow roasting your pork for hours.
It takes time to create a beautiful, flavorful Vietnamese broth that is rich and made even better with added garnishes, but it is so worth it.
Good things come to those who wait. Good things like cinnamon rolls studded with rum-soaked raisins.
Risotto a lot of stirring and absolutely no rushing. Enjoy this slow, warm dish with nutty brown butter, your favorite winter squash, and a touch of sage.
A Mexican inspired rice bowl that cooks all day so the flavors enrich the chicken and beans and all the tastes come together beautifully.
A creamy squash soup that requires resting between stages to develop the most flavor. Top with crème fraîche and crispy sage for the ultimate meal starter.
The dishes we love, the ‘perfect ones’ are those that really do take time, and are even better when the time is taken to enjoy them, like this loaf of bread
For an easy holiday appetizer than can be served in small cups or in a dish, try this slow marinated lump crab.
After a long roasting, the squash becomes creamy and nutty. The browning onions with cheese adds depth, while kale and mushrooms deepened the flavor.
The key to this soup is homemade chicken stock. Taking the time to create amazing flavor in the broth really does bump up the flavor of a simple recipe.
A slow roasted basil chicken curry that can be made in one pot and then is cooked low for three hours. Be ready for a meal that is loaded with flavor.
This homemade pumpkin liqueur takes some time to make but you will be rewarded with a liqueur that’s full of the best flavors of the season.
Tenderloin is braised with onions, apples and sage for a simple, succulent slow-cooked meal. Your house will smell like fall and your tastebuds will rejoice
Creating beautiful gnocchi takes time and patience to shape. Toss the potato pillows with olive oil and top with Pecorino, pepper and you’re in heaven.
This simple Slow Cooker Cranberry Orange Syrup helps you pull together a guest worthy breakfast or brunch by slowly simmering a few ingredients overnight.
Rendering duck fat and then braising these succulent duck legs takes time, but the final result is as satisfying as Thanksgiving dinner.
This recipe is a two day labor of love. The finished product melts in your mouth; the creamy polenta and onion jam takes the entire dish up a notch.
Roasting vegetables takes time, but creates amazing flavor that cannot be otherwise obtained. Create this warm and zesty soup, it is worth the wait.
A crowd-pleasing recipe is the ultimate dish at a gathering. What could be better than flaky pastry and cheese?
A flaky croissant pastry, filled with almond paste and drizzled with creamy almond frosting takes time to prepare, but the result is more than worth it.
An elegant yet comforting white bean stew combines textures and contrasting flavors from its ingredients, making the most of the slow-cooking process.
After a dry brine, this pork cooks low and slow until caramelized and is served with sweet bacon cider jam and tart pickled apples.
The ultimate, tender beef stew takes low temperatures and slow cooking to create. This recipe becomes a great alternative to the Sunday pot roast.