A soak in a vinegar bath plus a hefty dose of both black and white pepper give sweet potato fries an intense flavor.
Appetizers & Snacks
Peppery watercress and creamy avocado give this all-purpose dip its spring-green color.
Present this bright and refreshing salad on a platter to show off its beautiful colors.
What to do when you want fresh-tasting salsa before tomatoes are in season?
Pretzels, breakfast cereals, and nuts are lightly seasoned and toasted in the oven for a guilt-free snack that both kids and adults love.
Think of these rolls as noodle-wrapped salads with a dressing for dipping.
Turn this Korean street-food snack into a full meal by serving the pancake wedge on a bed of sautéed spinach and topping it with a freshly poached egg and squirt of sriracha.
The trick to perfectly cooked oven fries: blanch the potatoes first, dry them well, then roast them just until barely golden.
This mellow spread gets a hit of bright color and citrusy flavor from ground sumac.
There’s one snack you’re sure to find in pubs all over the British Isles: small bags of salt-and-vinegar crisps (potato chips).
Popovers are the American version of British Yorkshire puddings. Melted Cheddar and a hint of spice make these old-fashioned puffs irresistible, hot or cold.
Grilling or broiling the squash in this simple antipasto accentuates its nutty flavor.