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These homemade meals are comfort food at its best. ...we like chuck roast recipes, so this slow-cooked recipe is terrific. You'll . — there are even more things to discover. From fine dining to our weekly food truck round-up, there is something here for the foodie in all of us!Types of cooking also depend on the skill levels and training of cooks. Cooking is done both by people in their own dwellings and by professional cooks and chefs in restaurants and other food establishments. Cooking can also occur through chemical reactions without the presence of heat, such as in ceviche, a traditional South American dish where fish is cooked with the acids in lemon or lime juice or orange juice.
Preparing food with heat or fire is an activity unique to humans.
It’s possible to make delicious diner-style waffles at home. The secret to fluffy, pillowy waffles is beaten egg whites gently folded into the batter followed by a drizzle of melted butter. Traditional, from scratch and absolutely decadent with some maple syrup and a cloud of whipped cream, this sweet milk homemade waffle recipe will score you a ton of brunch points.
Twice-baked potatoes are loaded with creamy mashed potatoes, sour cream, cheese and any topping you like. They’re ideal for an easy homemade meal, served alongside some vegetables and soup. The addition of crispy, crumbled bacon takes these perfect twice-baked potatoes to the next level.
Another comfort dish that uses potatoes as a base is potato pinwheels. They’re perfect for a dinner party or a random weeknight dish. Simply spread the filling onto rolled-out refrigerated crescent dough and tightly roll it into a log. When you cut them before baking, you’ll see impressive swirls filled with potatoes, bacon and cheese.
Is there anything more classic than spaghetti tossed in tomato sauce? And when you take the time to make your own homemade marinara, it’s a different experience altogether. The key is using perfectly ripe tomatoes, high-quality extra virgin olive oil, fresh basil leaves and fresh cloves of garlic. The garlic- and basil-infused olive oil in this recipe gives the tomato sauce a rich, authentic flavor. It’s a homemade meal you'll want to make over and over again.
The flavors in this soup taste like they took hours and hours to come together, but it’s pretty easy to make. For this dish, chicken breasts, a can of diced tomatoes, cilantro, warm spices like cumin and chili powder and other ingredients are simmered together in a base of chicken stock and bay leaves. The classic Tex-Mex chicken tortilla soup is topped with crunchy tortilla strips, Monterey Jack cheese, sour cream and cubed avocado. Now that's a brilliant way to use your leftover chicken.
Chicken parmesan, or chicken parmigiana, is a quintessential Italian restaurant pick, right up there with a wood-fire pizza. But when you’re in need of some home-cooked food, you should have this recipe in your back pocket. The dish is made with a chunky, homemade marinara sauce, pan-fried breaded chicken cutlets and thick slices of mozzarella cheese. The ingredients are layered and baked until the cheese is melted and bubbling.
This stuffed bread won the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in 2019 and was inspired by a trip to Dublin, Ireland, a top travel destination. It has everything you’d want on a cheeseboard packed inside a French bread loaf. For the filling, you’ll need Irish white cheddar, sliced salami, honey goat cheese, fig preserves, dried apricots and some fresh arugula. If you have guests over, they might not believe you made this cheese-and meat-stuffed bread loaf at home.
Homemade pizza dough can be time-consuming, but once it’s risen and ready to bake, it’s well worth the wait. But for something like this BBQ Chicken Flatbread, you could always use pre-made dough and take a “semi-homemade” approach. For this recipe, toss cooked and shredded chicken in your favorite barbecue sauce, saute some onions and peppers, spread the sauce on a rectangular rolled-out dough, and start topping. Flatbreads are incredibly versatile, and you can make endless variations.
To make this restaurant favorite at home, marinate a skirt steak in lemon juice, olive oil, fresh garlic and Worcestershire sauce before you cook it on a sizzling grill top. These steak fajitas are best served with sauteed peppers and onions and warm flour tortillas. Of course, don’t forget the pico de gallo and guacamole.
Gnocchi — a tiny, pillowy pasta made with potatoes, flour and eggs — are one of the most decadent of Italian dishes. And if you want a new, colorful spin on the standard version, try this beet gnocchi with gluten-free flour in a mushroom and leek sauce.
Pesto is a lot simpler to make than one might imagine. All you need is good quality ingredients and a food processor or blender. This green garlic and basil pesto has toasted pine nuts and uses green garlic, which is similar to green onions. Keep an eye out at your local farmer’s market for the stalky vegetable.
These Pillsbury Cinnabon Orange Rolls will make your kitchen smell like a bakery. The rolls are studded with cranberries, pineapple, ginger and walnuts. Throw these in the oven while you brew your morning coffee and you’ll have breakfast in no time.
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