When garlic is baked whole, it has a milder, sweeter flavor than raw garlic, making it a delicious accompaniment to beef, especially steak. If you’re a garlic fan, baked garlic is addictive; Nick and I can each eat a whole head. — Kerry Dunnington, Tasting the Seasons.
Kibbe, kibbeh, kibbi, kubbeh, or kebbeh is a very famous Levantine dish (if you suffer reading these, I suffer with trying to find the right spelling of these Arabic words). Kubbeh is served as an appetizer, main dish, party food, or even the perfect portable lunch. Kubbeh comes in many shapes, forms, and types. Aleppo (in Syria) is famous for having more than 17 types of it! These include kubbeh prepared with sumac, yogurt, quince, lemon juice, pomegranate sauce, cherry sauce, and other varieties, such as the disk kubbeh and raw kubbeh.
The recipe I am sharing today is for one of the two most famous types of kubbeh, baked kubbeh or kubbeh bel saineh. The other is the fried kubbeh (my favorite type).
Baked kubbeh makes for an elegant dish to serve to friends and family alike. You can serve it with a salad as a main dish or you can make it into smaller portions and serve it as an appetizer. The combination of spices, meat, and bulgur is one you should definitely try if you have not already.
Let me get this right: It’s a brownie and a chocolate chip cookie, so basically two of my favorite sweets in one? That was my reaction when I first met the Brookster and, as I later learned from the co-creators, pretty much everyone’s say what? response.Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito came up with it back in 2008, long before hybrid desserts were in, and the inspired creation has been a fixture at their perennially popular Brooklyn bakery, Baked, ever since. They kindly shared this recipe with me from Baked Elements: Our 10 Favorite Ingredients (Stewart, Tabori & Chang), one of their best-selling cookbooks and a personal favorite, plus an extra note for you:"This recipe is fairly straightforward, but requires time. Don’t rush the specified times as it’s important for the dough and batter to cool and thicken slightly for a perfect bake."I’ve also tried this warmed slightly in a sundae and it’s the best foundation you can imagine. — Yasmin Newman, author of The Desserts of New York (And How to Eat Them All)
These chicken nuggets are so good, your kids will think they came from a drive-thru — only, they're healthier of course and actually contain 100 percent, recognizable chicken. I use cornmeal and no breadcrumbs — it's the secret to nuggets your kids will love!
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Pasta is my ultimate comfort food: Whenever I'm feeling down, tired, or super hungry, pasta with slightly spicy tomato sauce is the dish I crave the most. And this recipe for baked ziti satisfies like almost nothing else can. Because, let's get serious, what's better than layers of creamy ricotta, gooey mozzarella, and nutty parmesan in between tender, tomato-covered noodles? I really can't say. Unless we were going to start talking about dessert...Click here to see Cozy Comfort Food Recipes.
While we love summer, we must admit we’re glad fall is here. There’s something about the season that just speaks to us (maybe it’s all of the delicious root vegetables). In honor of fall’s arrival, we’re sharing a delicious recipe, prepared by the culinary team at Plated.
The secret to David Burke's baked Alaska recipe is a little Kahlúa in the ice cream. I adapted this recipe to make it a green tea flavored ice cream. you can also make this recipe with either chocolate or vanilla cake, so feel free to adapt this recipe and leave out the cocoa.
This easy breakfast or brunch dish is chock-full of mixed berries and topped with yummy oats mixed with egg whites and brown sugar. It's delicious, easy on the waist, and not to mention incredibly filling! It's worth every bite.
Oh, but if you want to make this on the weekend, it also reheats nicely on a rushed Monday morning when you are focused on simply getting out of the house without looking like a zombie and so you pack up a Tupperware full of this goodness, tote it to work, and heat it up in the office microwave. It's pretty delicious then, too.
I hope you enjoy! I bet you could also make this with any fruit you want... apples, peaches, plums...
This is one of the easiest recipes to make delicious and healthy fish. It is also the way I prefer eating swordfish, as it reminds me of my childhood. My mom would always make it this way at home and when there was swordfish for lunch or dinner I would always be happy. This is a very good dish for children who do not enjoy eating fish too much, as swordfish steaks do not have bones. You can serve it with a simple green or tomato salad.Click here to see 15 Easy Fish Recipes for Summer.