This luscious chocolate spread is made with sunflower seeds instead of hazelnuts.
This all-purpose gravy comes together in no time, and can be se
Spice up your holiday spread with this chile- and ginger-laced accompaniment.
Serve this flavor-packed dip with your favorite tortilla chips.
Golden corn and cooked shallots provide a subtle sweetness.
This vibrant compote, which falls somewhere between a condiment and a side dish, will bring a touch of earthy sweetness to your holiday table.
These simple refrigerator pickles can round out a traditional relish tray or be served as an appetite-whetting hors d’oeuvre. The recipe calls for celery hearts that yield larger, paler slices than stalks. Red chiles create a pretty color contrast, but any hot chiles will work in the recipe. The pickles will keep up to two weeks refrigerated.
Instead of cranberry sauce try this zippy chutney that can be served warm or cold.
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 is great on its own and can be flavored to your tastes. Try blending in 1/2 cup chopped parsley and chives; 2 Tbs. diced chipotles in adobo sauce; or 2 tsp. dried herbs (oregano, basil, tarragon) in the food processor after the base mixture has been processed smooth.
With its cumin, curry, and chili powders, this relish doesn’t seem particularly German at first glance. But, as anyone who who’s been to Berlin will attest, currywürst—sausage with tomato sauce that’s sprinkled with curry and spices—is an überpopular street food there.