This creamy-zesty dip has more than 40 cloves of garlic in it. Yet, roasting the garlic softens the cloves to a creamy, slightly sweet pulp that doesn’t overwhelm other flavors or give off that typical garlicky aroma.
This versatile dip can be served with chips, pita wedges, or roasted veggies, as well as the Chickpea Croquettes.
These crunchy cookies, traditionally served on New Year’s Day, are the perfect accompaniment to a glass of champagne when the clock strikes midnight.
Once you’ve discovered how easy it is to stuff your own grape leaves, you’ll want to make this appetizer all the time.
The intriguing flavors and textures of Swiss chard—mild, spinach-like leaves and crunchy, slightly sweet stems—work well in this dish, but you can also substitute spinach, kale, or any other leafy green.
A couple of cans placed in a saucepan are enough to weigh down these crispy sandwiches as they cook. Or use a countertop grill—a modern must-have for student apartment kitchens.