Hawaij is essential to the cuisine of Yemen and is also very popular in Israel, due to the large Yemenite community there. The currylike mixture is used liberally as a rub for grilled meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetables like eggplant, and may also be sprinkled into soups, stews, sauces, and rice.
Hawaij is a variable blend - a simple version might have just 2-3 ingredients (turmeric, cumin, maybe black pepper), another might have more (cardamom, cloves, other spices). The more complex ones are similar to indian garam masala.
A classic of 1950s Americana, Cheeseburger Pie is the most comforting of weeknight casseroles: sautéed onion and ground beef, baked under a simple batter of flour, baking powder, eggs, and milk and a rich topping of cheddar cheese. Serve it in thick wedges with an easy celery and romaine heart salad.
Served with lemon soda or ginger ale, it becomes a Pimm’s Cup. Pimm’s No. 1 was created in the mid-18th century by English oyster bar owner James Pimm. The recipe is still a secret; supposedly, only six people know exactly how it is made. It has a dark, golden brown color, a medium body, and a taste of quinine, citrus fruits, and spice.
A traditional whole roast suckling pig recipe. More than just cooking a meal, roasting a suckling pig is an event. Oftentimes the pig is roasted in a wood-burning oven or outdoors, making it impractical for a lot of us.
When you look at your Crock Pot, what do you see bubbling inside? We see chili — the most basic, easy use for your slow cooker. It’s a protein-packed, savory, filling warm dish especially good for cold days.
1 Melt the butter in a medium saucepan over medium heat until foaming. Add the leek, 1/2 teaspoon of the salt, and a pinch of pepper and cook, stirring occasionally, until softened, about 3 minutes. 2 Add the broth, remaining 1 1/2 teaspoons salt, and measured pepper and bring to a boil. Add the peas and bring to a boil again.
This pie crust recipe is known as a 3-2-1 dough because it’s made up of 3 parts flour, 2 parts fat, and 1 part water (by weight). There is a bit of sugar for a slightly sweet crust, but you could also take out the sugar and use the dough with a savory filling (in a tart, for example).Try it with our Brown Butterscotch Pie or Tart Cranberry Pie. ...
This pesto and pea lasagna recipe is a vegetarian dish with basil pesto, peas, ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, and pine nuts. This pesto and pea lasagna recipe is a vegetarian dish with basil pesto, peas, ricotta cheese, Parmesan cheese, and pine nuts.
This recipe is the real deal, tracing back to Victor “Trader Vic” Bergeron Jr. in the 1930s. It comes to us via Martin Cate, owner of Smuggler’s Cove in San Francisco. (Who based it on the recipe found in Jeff Berry’s book Beachbum Berry’s Sippin’ Safari.)See Cate demonstrate how to make it in our You’re Doing It All Wrong video.And read more about the history of the drink here.
This Sazerac cocktail recipe is a New Orleans favorite: rye whiskey, Peychaud’s Bitters, sugar, and absinthe, served neat with a lemon-peel twist.
The Bronx, or Da Bronx, is a gin-based drink that combines both sweet and dry vermouth and is enlivened by a splash of orange juice. In the 1930s, such a demand for the Bronx Cocktail existed at New York’s Brass Rail in the Waldorf that the bar, under the tutelage of Johnny Solon, went through cases of oranges a day.
But when a Bourbon Sour is made properly, and with the addition of an egg white, it’s easy to see why the drink’s such a classic. Game plan: You’ll need to make the Rich Simple Syrup before you begin. This recipe was featured as part of our Kentucky Derby Day menu.
Once you’ve successfully gotten your friends and family to enjoy hummus, it’s time to introduce a new bean to the repertoire.Just as easily whipped up in dip as the classic chickpeas, cannellinis combine here with a few simple ingredients for a satisfying appetizer at any party.
1 Heat a gas or charcoal grill to medium high (about 375°F). Arrange 2 foil-covered bricks on one side of the grill grate. Place 2 more foil-covered bricks opposite the others, about 10 inches away. Soak 8 wide, flat wooden skewers in water for at least 30 minutes.
1 Heat the oven to 350°F and arrange a rack in the middle. Place the bread cubes in a large bowl. 2 In a small saucepan over medium-low heat, combine the olive oil, butter, and garlic. Heat until the butter melts and is just starting to foam, about 3 to 5 minutes. Season with a big pinch of salt, pour over the bread cubes, and toss to coat.
Don’t pay extra for smoked fish at the store when you can make it at home. This smoked trout is delicious crumbled over salads. You can also swap it for clams in your next chowder or turn it into a pâté.. Special equipment: You’ll need a charcoal grill to turn it into a smoker (or better yet, if you have a smoker, use it). You will also need long heatproof tongs, matches or a lighter ...
1 Place cheeses in a large bowl, sprinkle with cornstarch, and toss to coat. Transfer cheese mixture to a large saucepan and add milk. Set over low heat and cook, stirring occasionally, until mixture is smooth and melted, about 10 to 15 minutes.
Stir and cook over high heat for 1-2 minutes, then pour this mixture over the pumpkin curry. Season and serve. CHOW note: We tried this recipe with dried, grated, unsweetened coconut (available in health food stores), and it was delicious. Do not use sweetened shredded or flaked coconut.
Calling it the Perfect Cheeseburger is pretty bold, but we stand by it. Our burger is big, juicy, and seasoned right. Just a few rules to remember: 1. Gently pack the meat; if you overwork it, it can get dense and tough. 2. Meat shrinks when cooked, so form patties larger than the size of your buns. 3.