Nấu một nồi cơm ăn hàng ngày là một việc tưởng chừng như rất đơn giản, nhưng để nấu sao cho ngon và hạt cơm chín đều thì cũng cần có bí quyết đấy nhé! Bí quyết nấu cơm ngon là gì? hãy cùng...
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This month, we’re featuring simple salads. Today’s crunchy salad would be perfect to bring along to picnics or to pack ahead for lunch. Giulia from Audrey’s shows us how… Crunchy Chicken Salad by Giulia Doyle of Audrey’s It’s that time of the year again when we want to shed our jackets and indulge in fresh … Continue reading Chia Pudding with Blueberries
In the summer, you can’t go wrong with a fresh Greek salad. So, today, we’re happy to share a delicious twist on it: a Greek salad on the grill. Here, Julia Sherman (author of the beautiful cookbook Salad for President ) shows us how it’s done… Greek Salad on the Grill From Julia Sherman’s Salad … Continue reading Lemony Spaghetti with Peas and Ricotta
This lemon pudding couldn’t be easier. It’s made with just four ingredients: whipping cream, sugar, lemon zest, and lemon juice. All you do is warm everything up, then let the pudding set. It’s like magic. Elegant, simple, and with a velvety texture that is positively dreamy, this lemon pudding is perfect for Easter dinner, Mother’s … Continue reading Easy Lemon Pudding
This elegant dish is so easy to make, it’s almost criminal. But luckily, I don’t think anyone will get in trouble just for making really special chicken fit for anything from a weeknight meal to a dinner party — even if it does only take a half an hour. The first trick is to brown … Continue reading Chicken Breasts with Mustard Cream
A crisp, crunchy, and tart apple dipped in sweet caramel sauce just feels like fall to me. I thought it would be a great idea to make a healthier version of a caramel dip so I could eat this as a snack instead of dessert! This no-cook vegan dip comes together quickly and is made … Continue reading Date Caramel Sauce
Many years ago, I ran a vegetarian restaurant in Bloomington, Indiana. One of our Indian friends and customers gave me this recipe, which I’ve revised over the years. (Thank you, Santosh, wherever you are!) This is a nice curry for a weeknight since it doesn’t involve too much heavy lifting. There are many versions in … Continue reading Turmeric Cauliflower Curry
Just hearing the words “sloppy joe” from my mother used to send us kids into a tizzy. There was something wonderfully fun about getting to eat a burger/sandwich that was messy by design. I first posted this recipe in 2008, after making it for my visiting young nephew. Sloppy joes really are a quintessential kid … Continue reading Best Ever Sloppy Joe
My family has always cooked our Passover brisket in the oven, low and slow. It’s delicious, but takes over three hours to make! This year, I wanted to see if I could speed up the process using a pressure cooker. And you know what? You can. Using a pressure cooker, like the Instant Pot, you can make … Continue reading Pressure Cooker Beef Brisket