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Smoky Yellow Split Peas (Tamatar Chana Dal) from 'Indian Cooking Unfolded'

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

Yellow split peas get flavored with a blended paste of toasted spices, chiles, and tomato. Stirring in the paste towards the end of cooking allows the spices to retain their vibrancy. More

Lunch Box: Make-Ahead Mustardy Quinoa with Sausage, Potato, and Tarragon

Suzanne Lehrer Post a comment

This week's lunch box was borne out of a desire to make and eat my favorite potato salad for lunch, followed by the begrudging conclusion that just potato salad does not a responsible lunch make. So I added some things—handfuls of arugula and a base of black quinoa—to turn a side dish craving into a full-fledged meal. More

Make-Ahead Mustardy Quinoa with Sausage, Potato, and Tarragon

Serious Eats Suzanne Lehrer 1 comment

This week's lunchbox was borne out of a desire to make and eat my favorite potato salad for lunch, followed by the begrudging conclusion that just potato salad does not a responsible lunch make. So I added some things—handfuls of arugula and a base of black quinoa—to turn a side dish craving into a full-fledged meal. More

Beet and Potato Hash

Serious Eats Sydney Oland 2 comments

Small, sweet beets are plentiful in CSAs and farmers markets this time of year And while roasted beets are delicious, sometimes you just don't have time to heat up your oven. This hash is quick to prepare and makes a colorful, earthy brunch. More

Cuban Fritas (Seasoned Cheeseburgers with Shoestring Potatoes and Spicy Sauce)

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

The frita is a classic regional American burger created by Cuban immigrants in South Florida. While the standard is a thin, griddled patty with a spiced ketchup-based sauce, my take on it is a slightly larger version designed for the backyard grill with a boldly seasoned pork and beef patty, a creamier sauce, and more vegetables. The crisp shoestring potatoes that are the hallmark of a traditional frita remain the same. More

Poutine Burger (Burgers with Fried Potatoes, Cheese Curds, and Gravy)

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 3 comments

What happens when a plate of poutine and a hamburger go off in the corner to do something naughty? Deliciousness ensues, that's what. More

Soft-Cooked Eggs on Cheesy Skillet Hash

Serious Eats Sydney Oland Post a comment

This breakfast mash up takes basic skillet potatoes to the next level with the addition of gooey soft-cooked eggs and melted cheese. Shredded cheddar is tossed with the potatoes and onions and toasts along the bottom of the skillet, giving you plenty of golden brown cheese. More

Make-Ahead Zucchini and Roasted Potato Puttanesca

Serious Eats Suzanne Lehrer 3 comments

What's black, green and red all over? Your lunch tomorrow. Swap out pasta for sweet, shaved zucchini and crispy roasted potatoes to go with this bold, briny sauce. More

Sunday Supper: Grilled Herb Skirt Steak With Lemon-Feta Potatoes

Sunday Supper Jennifer Olvera 8 comments

Lemony oregano, thyme and mint-marinated skirt steak is served alongside herbaceous, feta and lemon potatoes. More

Grilled Herb Skirt Steak With Lemon-Feta Potatoes

Serious Eats Jennifer Olvera 3 comments

Herbs join marinated steak and lemony feta-sprinkled potatoes. More

Skillet Chicken with Potatoes and Mushrooms

Serious Eats Yasmin Fahr Post a comment

Pan-roasted chicken, mushrooms and potatoes with a rich chicken jus, all cooked together in one skillet. More

Chicken Hash

Serious Eats Yvonne Ruperti 2 comments

Chunks of chicken and creamy Yukon Gold potatoes are stir fried with za'atar and spicy harissa. More

Rachel Allen's Potato, Leek, and Smoked Bacon Soup

Serious Eats Kate Williams 1 comment

Potato and leek soup is filling, cheap, easy to make, and almost always tastes more complex than its name implies. In Rachel's Irish Family Food, Rachel Allen adds even more complexity to the standard purée by building the soup base with smoky bacon. She also ups the allium quotient by adding a chopped onion to the mix, and finishes it all of with a bright swirl of parsley pesto. More

Rachel Allen's Irish Stew

Kate Williams 3 comments

As Rachel Allen explains in her new book, Rachel's Irish Family Food, there is no definitive recipe for Irish stew. The meat and vegetable stew is often a household specialty with its own family tricks and tweaks. Allen's take is a no-frills version with a short ingredient list. Her technique, however, builds a good amount of flavor and body with so few components: She picks bone-in lamb shoulder chops for the bulk of the stew, which contributes extra body to the broth and keeps the lamb succulent. In addition to browning the chops, Allen also browns the vegetables to build extra fond and give the usually wan roots more color. The stew is finished with a generous sprinkling of both chives and parsley to give a final burst of freshness. More

Rachel Allen's Irish Stew

Serious Eats Kate Williams Post a comment

As Rachel Allen explains in her new book, Rachel's Irish Family Food, there is no definitive recipe for Irish stew. The meat and vegetable stew is often a household specialty with its own family tricks and tweaks. Allen's take is a no-frills version with a short ingredient list. Her technique, however, builds a good amount of flavor and body with so few components: She picks bone-in lamb shoulder chops for the bulk of the stew, which contributes extra body to the broth and keeps the lamb succulent. In addition to browning the chops, Allen also browns the vegetables to build extra fond and give the usually wan roots more color. The stew is finished with a generous sprinkling of both chives and parsley to give a final burst of freshness. More

Shrimp Boil Skewers

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 4 comments

All the components of a shrimp boil—shrimp, corn, andouille, and potatoes—come together on a single stick. More

Lowcountry Boil from 'Around the Southern Table'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 7 comments

A lowcountry boil is the southeastern coast's equivalent to a New England clambake. Take the fresh shellfish catch of the day, and dump it in a giant pot with some vegetables and sausage, and you're more than halfway to a giant feast for you and your friends. The boils I attended growing up were usually full of shrimp, potatoes, and corn, but there can be quite a bit of variance in the pot. In Rebecca Lang's Around the Southern Table, the lowcountry boil includes crawfish along with the requisite shrimp, but crab would be just as welcome. More

Lowcountry Boil from 'Around the Southern Table'

Kate Williams 3 comments

A lowcountry boil is the southeastern coast's equivalent to a New England clambake. Take the fresh shellfish catch of the day, and dump it in a giant pot with some vegetables and sausage, and you're more than halfway to a giant feast for you and your friends. In Rebecca Lang's Around the Southern Table, the lowcountry boil includes crawfish along with the requisite shrimp, but crab would be just as welcome. More

Aloo Paratha (Indian Potato Bread)

Serious Eats Denise D'silva Sankhe 4 comments

Parathas are a delicious way to start the day. The aloo paratha is a flatbread stuffed with a spicy potato mix that is served warm with a dollop of home made butter. More

Creamy Fingerling Potato Salad (Vegan)

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 8 comments

Fingerling potatoes in a sweet-tart vinaigrette made extra-creamy with the addition of potato cooking liquid and mashed yukon golds. Creamy, delicious, and 100% vegan. More

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