The best way to prepare beets is to roast them. The earthy and sweet flavors come out, and you can dress them with additional herbs and spices for a tasty dish.
Welcome to 2017. Yes, the new year is here, and everyone is trying to stick to their lists of physical improvement. This year, on top of committing to that gym membership, let’s also consider what we are putting into our bodies. It does not have to be a bland torture. Here are different cuisines and their common herbs and spices to add plenty of flavor to food with just a pinch of salt.
There’s something incredibly comforting this time of year (or anytime for that matter) about a warming bowl of dal. The combination of herbs and spices (asafoetida, turmeric, chile powder, cumin seeds, garam masala, and curry leaves) along with fresh ingredients (onions, tomatoes, fresh ginger, and garlic) make this dish come alive.
“Dirty” couscous is cooked with vegetables and Creole spices to give a soiled appearance, and it is delicious. Top with soy and honey chicken for a delightful weeknight dish.
For a flavorful weeknight bite, make turkey sloppy joe sandwiches with hoisin, ginger, lime, and soy sauce. But that’s not all, the filling is then topped with a Napa cabbage and pineapple slaw for the ultimate finish.
Create your own Tex-Mex inspired rub and grill away. These skewers are easy to grill and then slide into a tortilla with vegetables and your favorite sauce.
Omelettes are a universal item that is enjoyed a variety of ways around the world. This Indian-style omelette is flat and filled with vegetables and spices.
CHEF’S TABLE presents Part 1 of a mouthwatering journey through Neapolitan Cuisine (La Cucina Napoletana) led by Riccardo Costa, host of the popular web cooking series DATE NIGHT and NYC-TV’s i-Italy.
Long thin, dark Chinese eggplants are very sweet. They would be great in this recipe. Small Japanese eggplants are also delicious.
In America we talk more and more about mixologists, who are creators of new drinks, engineers of liquor stills. Read about it on Honest Cooking today.
If you ever find yourself in Laredo, Texas, stop in to say hello to Elsa Sanchez, the owner and operator of La India Packing Co. Inc. & Tasting Room Cafe.