With bold, exciting flavors and speedy cooking, savory Asian noodles are ideal for weeknight meals. But what happens if all you have in the pantry is spaghetti? No problem. Italian noodles can make a good stand-in for Asian noodles.
If you’re looking for a delicious, easy, on-the-go snack, then our parmesan pasta chips are just for you!
If you associate chicken with dry, bland childhood dinners, you probably were eating boneless, skinless breast. Boneless, skin-on chicken thighs are juicier and more flavorful. They’re also more forgiving.
Mushroom rice is an easy-to-pull-together side dish that is hearty and delicious! For a full meal, serve it with seasoned ground beef or roasted chicken.
Tacos gobernador, or “governor’s tacos,” are a modern Mexican classic. A blend of shrimp and melty cheese is tucked inside tortillas that then are folded and cooked like a quesadilla.
Create a heartier breakfast using pantry staples like cornmeal. Our apple cinnamon cornmeal pancakes are sure to keep your family full and satisfied until lunch.
In Indian tandoori cooking, much of the flavor comes from the ripping-hot temperatures, up to 900 degrees, which send spice and smoke sizzling out the top of barrel-shaped clay ovens.
Soup season in Tuscany doesn’t end once spring begins, but it does mean the soups start to take a different tone.
On the Greek table, vegetable dishes called ladera are not intended as mere sides. Instead, these filling meals put vegetables center stage, often involving lavish amounts of legumes braised in olive oil and tomato.
Rice pilaf is a delectable one-pot wonder boasting fluffy, toasted rice cooked with onions and frozen mixed vegetables in chicken stock. This flavorful and simple side dish is perfect alongside grilled chicken or baked fish.
What better ingredient for a spring meal than a seasonal food favorite like asparagus? It’s at the top of my can’t-wait-for-spring vegetable list.
If you like some spice, this is the recipe for you! Chickpeas are so versatile and can be used as a meat-substitute in this dish.
The Syrian soup shurba w’kibbeh is pure comfort food, a rustic mixture of meatballs and rice in a simple tomatoey broth that’s redolent with warm spices. It’s a prime example of the complex flavor you can build with ingredients in your pantry.
Hashbrowns don’t have to be for breakfast! Enjoy this savory sauteed vegetable and potato hash recipe any time of the day!
Our refreshing tropical fruit salad is a quick and easy option for dessert or a sweet midday treat. Eat it right after making or pop it in the freezer for an ice cream-like texture!
One beloved French cake is so easy that it is often the first recipe children are taught.
Mostly a holiday treat for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas, ambrosia is a humble delight.
When you’re roasting food, air circulation is everything. That’s why we prefer low-rimmed baking sheets over roasting pans. They accelerate cooking and boost browning in our weeknight traybakes.
Many Americans know only French-style omelets. But similar egg dishes in China are less fussy than the filled and folded bistro classic.
Side dishes don’t have to be boring, pull together a unique and quick salad with what you have on hand. Check out this spicy bean salad recipe that pulls together some of our favorite pantry staples.
These spicy salmon cups have just enough heat to complement the deliciously seasoned salmon. Score major points making at home, and double up when you pack for lunch the next day.