This sauce is a natural match for sweet, tender carrots.
A thick sauce that’s perfect for coating spaghetti.
Golden corn and cooked shallots provide a subtle sweetness.
Pack a breakfast burrito with pre-sliced, tender veggies.
Hearty vegetables are roasted, and then coated in a sweet and spicy glaze.
When the poached eggs break inside the burritos, they create a smooth sauce that coats the other ingredients.
Ripe plantains have a starchy consistency like potatoes, but with more fiber.
A touch of Dijon mustard flavors these potatoes so you need less salt.
Think of this sweet-and-salty snack as an Asian-inspired kettle corn.
Combine frozen spinach, feta cheese, and a packet of phyllo and … presto!
You have a batch of Greek-style nibbles that taste great served warm or at room temperature.
Cottage cheese stands in for the thick, fresh cheese used in Austria to make a piquant horseradish spread that’s usually served with chilled white wine. We’ve paired it with endive leaves, walnuts, and cranberries for a festive look and taste.
In the Alsace region of France, more and more chefs are playing around with different toppings for this traditional, pizza-like dish.
Easy to make and eat, hand rolls, or temaki, make a party-friendly sushi option. These are seasoned with gomashio (a Japanese condiment made with toasted sesame seeds and salt) and sushi seasoning (a mix of vinegar, sugar, and salt). Serve with soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled ginger.
Broccoli is such a beloved baked potato topping that we wanted to include it somewhere—only without the usual Cheddar cheese. Here, it gets spiced up with a prepared tandoori marinade you can find in any well-stocked supermarket.
Not all salsas have to be savory. Try this sweet concoction as a topping for yogurt or pancakes, or spoon some into the center of a small melon half or over ice cream for dessert.
This rustic dough has the delectable flavor of corn tortillas. If fresh or dried masa harina is not available, increase the flour to 1 1/4 cups—the dough will still be supple and delicious without the toasted corn flavor. To shape crusts that are perfectly uniform and round, use a small salad plate as a guide to trim your rolled dough. For a more rustic look, leave the rough edges.
Serve this filling in warmed flour tortillas, which are surprisingly similar in taste and texture to some Tunisian flat breads.
Brined jackfruit stands in for beef in this simplified take on bulgogi, a Korean barbecue dish. Serve in warmed flour tortillas.
The acidity of the lemon juice slows the yeast activity for this soda, so start it about a week before you plan to serve it.