Month: January 2020

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Favorite May Recipes

Peruvian Rice and Lentils (Tacu Tacu) Versions of this casual dish are found throughout Peru, often crowned with a steak and a fried egg. Cooks flip the mixture of beans and rice frequently while it fries so …
Panzanella Caprese

PANZANELLA CAPRESE

By adding the fresh mozzarella and basil of a Caprese salad to the croutons and ripe tomatoes of a panzanella salad, this recipe combines two Italian classics into one terrific dish. As the salad sits, the bread …
Tortilla Chicken Drumsticks

TORTILLA CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS

Tortilla chips go well with more than just salsa, and if you’re looking for crunchy drumsticks, why not start with a coating that’s particularly crunchy in the first place? View more of our favorite recipes from this …
Lemony Risotto With Asparagus And Shrimp

LEMONY RISOTTO WITH ASPARAGUS AND SHRIMP

When life gives you lemons, make risotto. The clean, citrusy spark brightens both the asparagus and the shrimp (though you can omit the shrimp to turn this from a main course into a side dish). …
Perigord Walnut Tart

PÉRIGORD WALNUT TART

Périgord is as famous for its walnut trees as it is for its black truffles. In this rich tart, a substantial, buttery crust cradles a chewy, candylike caramel filling bursting with deep, nuanced flavor. View …
Fresh Pasta With Crabmeat Peas And Chile

FRESH SEMOLINA FETTUCCINE

Flour and water&#8212can it get any more basic? After a few minutes of kneading, the dough magically comes together into a smooth, supple ball. Fettuccine is the goal here, but Chun also likes to cut …
Fresh Pasta With Crabmeat Peas And Chile

FRESH PASTA WITH CRABMEAT, PEAS, AND CHILE

Good-quality ingredients brought together with a minimum of fuss: That kitchen philosophy is inventively illustrated by this dish. Tender, delicate crab usually shows up amid other tender, delicate things, but when teamed with a rustic, …
Stir Fried Bok Choy And Cabbage

STIR-FRIED BOK CHOY AND CABBAGE

This stir-fry is staggeringly simple. A drizzle of sesame oil gives a nutty-toasty boost to thinly sliced bok choy and cabbage. View more of our favorite recipes from this issue. 1 lb bok choy 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 3 garlic cloves, finely …
Sake Sea Bass In Parchment

SAKE SEA BASS IN PARCHMENT

The advantage of cooking something in parchment is that it steams in its own juices. Here, sea bass is baked with a heady combination of sake, soy sauce, and ginger. Pair it with stir-fried bok choy …