Cooking seafood can seem like a big production, and dealing with skin-on, bone-in fish or scrubbing shells can be kind of daunting. But cooking seafood can also be quick and easy, with rewarding, flavorful results. From grilled squid to miso-marinated black cod to silky pasta topped with scallops and shrimp, we've got 30 recipes to get you started.
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Butternut squash, apples, and chorizo make this couscous dish comforting, which is great for a cold weather meal.
Twice-cooked, crispy, shredded flank steak teams up with white rice, pan-fried onions, and caramelized plantains.
Leftovers are one of the best parts of the holidays. Try an easy casserole made with leftover turkey, Green Giant vegetables and a crusty biscuit topping. With sauce already in the bag, and pre-washed, peeled, and cut veggies, you can save precious time during the busy holidays - this recipe can be made start to finish in under an hour.
Looking for an easy, modern side dish this holiday season? Add a twist of lemon with this recipe. Just five simple steps, and made from start to finish in less than 30 minutes, it makes a simple side or a great meatless dinner.
While I consume most of my grapes in liquid form, I do look forward to fall harvest in the Upper Midwest, when I can pick up little red grapes just bursting with acidity. They are great on their own, but when roasted they gain extra depth without simply turning into a sweet grape jam.
A thick-cut, bone-in bison rib steak is a perfect meal for two. The key is high heat and basting to ensure an even, deep brown crust.
A savory stew of eggplant, squash, zucchini, onions, and tomatoes, baked with eggs. Perfect for brunch or a light supper.
Chinese black bean sauce has the power to make anything it touches taste meatier and more robust. More importantly, it does this almost instantly, without any long simmering required. This is especially welcome on a busy weeknight, because all I have to do is prep and cook some vegetables and meat, boil some noodles, mix in sauce, and serve.
There are few sights more welcoming after a day in the sun than a tangle of cold noodles slicked with pesto, waiting to be eaten straight from the container. I recreated the pesto wheel here with arugula, Parmesan, walnuts and, stick with me, jalapeño.
This simple slow-cooker adobo pork with garlic fried rice is tangy, comforting, and delightfully fragrant.
Soothing, silky chicken in peanut sauce is served atop Chinese egg noodles with baby bok choy and baby corn.
Curry leaves, fennel seeds, tomatoes and a few fragrant spices make this egg gravy a delicious, quick supper treat.
Delicately poached eggs covered in a delicious fennel and curry leaf gravy, this is the egg dish you should have in your repertoire for a quick dinner.
The vinegar and chilli used in the spice paste, intensify over time and make Pork Vindaloo one of the best leftovers to have forgotten in your fridge for a few days.
Spicy and piquant, Pork Vindaloo has pride of place on Sundays and days of feasting in Indian Catholic homes. Usually mopped up with soft white bread or drenched over fluffy white rice.
Mild and full of flavor, this carrot stir fry is a delicious way to dress up the old carrot stick.
A quick and healthy summer salad that's topped with spicy shrimp.
Apple Sabzi looks like a vegetable dish until you bite it and discover the sweet taste of apple and the wonderful flavor of coconut oil.
The summer is tricky. You're for something substantial, but you want it to feel light. Veal Milanese is the perfect dinner. It's fast, hearty, and light. And it strikes the perfect balance between indulgent and virtuous. Fried meat topped with a salad? Something for everyone.