A dump and push kind of instant pot butter chicken, that is perfect for sliders or just over rice.
For your next party or game day, whip up a pan of these glorious cheesesteak sliders. They’re greasy, cheesy, good.
These crab cakes are soft, flavorful and served with a sweet and savory mango salsa that pairs perfectly with a glass of Beaujolais white wine.
Learn how to make your very own melt-in-your-mouth pork buns with glazed pork belly, fresh toppings and homemade steamed buns to hold it all.
Amazing Baked Jerk Chicken. Marinated overnight then baked until tender, juicy and crispy on the outside.
A meat cut that is also the perfect appetizer size, these lamb chops are roasted with thyme, garlic and chili powder for a flavorful and filling bite.
Garlic rosemary steak and potato stacks are perfectly crispy served with a red wine blue cheese sauce to be a classy new take on the traditional steak and potatoes.
Perfect with spaghetti or as a meatless appetizer, these vegetarian meatballs use red quinoa, lentils, and hemp seeds for great flavor and texture.
Marinated in yogurt and spices for a whole day, these tender tandoori drumsticks will become an instant favorite.
Baked potato wedges and a vegetarian quinoa chili combine for a hearty fall meal that can be enjoyed without feeling greasy after.
Try this recipe for the best, juiciest sliders to serve on football Sunday, topped tall with caramelized onions.
Recreate a copycat version of Chef David Chang’s well-loved port buns from Momofuku.
Without being nose-burning, these chicken wings are fried with wasabi powder and sprinkle with wasabi sauce before being dipped into delicious yuzu mayo.
Classic taco toppings take a new place over crispy tater tops for an awesome loaded appetizer that will make all your eaters happy.
A vegetarian and gluten-free roll filled with teriyaki baked tempeh, Wild Garlic Havarti cheese, scallions, carrots, and sesame sautéed shiitake mushrooms.
Hosting a romantic tapas dinner for two is easy and inexpensive. Throw in a nice bottle of Rioja red and you’ve got yourself a gourmet dinner.
This recipe is a great starter for a stress-free dinner party with bold flavors. It is beautiful in color and you can do most of the preparation well in advance.