Chobani yogurt, or any Greek yogurt you can find, adds creaminess and a subtle sweet flavor to offset the tang of the mango salsa, creating the perfect topping to your fish tacos.    Click here to see more recipes that use Greek yogurt.
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This soulful stew with crisp bread slices makes an elegant meal that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. If you prefer, you can substitute an additional cup of stock for the wine. Click here to see 5 Fall Seafood Stew Recipes
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Next time you're looking to spruce up your favorite Mexican dish, this version by Aarón Sanchez will give a spicy kick of flavor.
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These are a spin on the popular bacon-wrapped dates; I just add a nutty twist to it. If you’re not in the mood to fry, skip the grapes (although I strongly suggest you don’t), but making the peanut-honey-cayenne purée to stuff the dates with is a must.
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Everything you love about French Onion soup, compressed between two pieces of bread: sweet caramelized onions cooked in rich beef stock, Gruyère, and fresh thyme. A two-for-one soup and a sandwich.
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Thai-Inspired Steamer Clams
My favorite clams are steamer clams, a delicacy of New England, and in my opinion, this is one of the best ways to prepare them — simply steamed with a delicious broth flavored with garlic, ginger, coconut milk, and cilantro. The broth is so good you'll want to sop up every last bit with a crusty piece of French bread or a bowl of steamed rice. Click here to see Sensational Summer Clam Recipes.
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This is a quick and easy sandwich that gives a slight kick of heat. Have this one on hand when you want to impress your guests.
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Steak doesn't always require a fork and knife, and this recipe has you slice up tender grilled New York Strip steaks to serve on top of a crostini with whipped cream cheese and red pepper pesto. 
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Coconut Coconut Shrimp
Crispy, sweet, coconut shrimp is the undisputed star of restaurant appetizers. All it takes is one bite to know that anything that tastes this good can't be healthy! Thus, creating a healthier version was no easy feat. In fact, I almost gave up when my first attempts weren't on par with the real (fried) thing. Then I had a revelation. I swapped out the customary egg white that most folks use to make the crumbs adhere to the shrimp for something stickier, creamier, and far more flavorful. Voilà! Coconut Coconut Shrimp — crispy and sweet as the "real" thing (served with a spicy Asian dipping sauce). Click here to see Hearty Après Ski Snacks to Make at Home.
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All-American Cheeseburger Soup
Here's a fun and tasty soup recipe the whole family can enjoy. For the full cheeseburger effect, serve on toasted buns with all the fixings.
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Fresh and Healthy Artichoke Dip
I'm not sure when artichokes became the go-to item to put in fatty, cream-filled dips, but I believe they've gotten a bad rap. The reason artichokes became the signature item to put with creamy bases and tangy cheese is because they have a mild but delicious flavor and an easy texture for integrating into a dip. However, it doesn't have to be canned hearts and globs of mayonnaise. On the contrary, this recipe allows for fresh artichoke to meld with Greek yogurt in a light, refreshing dip that will disappear from the plate minutes after serving.Click here to see 9 Amazing Artichoke Recipes.
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