Top Rated Fennel Seed Recipes

My go-to late-summer recipe is my Minute Steak Recipe, which is literally done in minutes on a hot grill, and served alongside stewed, grilled tomatoes, and tempura-fried peach slices. When it's complemented by a cocktail like warmed apple cider with whiskey or warmed brandy with a pinch of cinnamon, you’ll almost be excited to say goodbye to summer and welcome fall.
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Try incorporating pumpkin and cranberries into an easy pasta dish to use leftover turkey. 
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Achari Bhindi
This treatment of okra really transforms the dish from the slimy stereotype of the poorly cooked vegetable. Fresh okra is cooked with pickling spices such as mustard seed, turmeric, and ginger before tossing it with slivers of red onion and juicy cherry tomatoes. See all curry recipes.
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Cauliflower Pakora
Cauliflower pakora are typically served as a snack either in the afternoon or just before starting a typical meal in India. The batter is the key to making flavorful pakora; here, it's flavored with fennel seed, ginger, curry leaves, turmeric, and some Thai chiles for a little heat.
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This rice dish is great when you crave Creole but don't have chicken or sausage on hand. — Crystal Bruns, Iliff, Colorado For more recipes, visit Taste of Home
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Pasta with Broccoli Rabe and Bolognese Sauce
There are few dishes more comforting on a chilly evening than a big bowl of pasta with a hearty meat sauce and a glass of red. Broccoli rabe and whole-wheat pasta ensure that you’re getting your greens and fiber, too.
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Chicken Parm Meatballs
One of the most popular recipes I’ve ever run on the blog, this was the result of Phoebe’s begging for meatballs and Abby’s begging for chicken Parm. (King Solomon would be proud.) P.S.: If you get in the habit of making (and freezing) these on Sunday, you won’t be sorry. — Jenny Rosenstrach, Dinner: The Playbook Click Here to See More Italian Recipes  
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At first glance, this looks like a straight-up reprise of the Cuban working man’s ham and cheese sandwich. But one substitution alone earned it a shout-out on the Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate: switching molasses-rubbed, flavor-rich pork belly for the conventional roast pork. Bunk’s plan includes an overnight marinade, a three-hour oven roasting, and a final ride in a panini press for that full-on crispy finish. Like everything at Bunk, the "best thing you’ve ever eaten" gets a humble delivery treatment: on cafeteria trays heaped with salted Kettle Chips, a locally made favorite.
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I make this Italian pulled pork recipe often during the summer at our lake house. It's great because I can let it cook all day, shred the pork when it's done, and then keep it warm until I'm ready to serve it. Pulled pork is a great Paleo Diet recipe and this one is unique with Italian ingredients. I like adding the hot sauce to give it a little extra kick. For more of my recipes and cooking tips, visit my website Cindy's Table.   Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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Carrots and Fennel Braised with Orange Zest and Honey
I paired my homegrown carrots with fennel for a soft contrast to their crunch, adding fennel seeds to brighten the flavors of the dish. Then, I added orange zest, orange juice, and honey to accentuate the marvelous carrot-y essence. I braised the duo to gently allow the flavors to meld, then finished the dish by reducing the pan juices to glaze the vegetables and lightly pan-roasted them to caramelize the sugars. See all carrot recipes.
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Bison’s rich flavor and its sausage’s tender texture make it ideal for shaping into breakfast patties. These are seared to perfection and are the perfect complement to fried eggs. 
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Roast Pork Dinner
Here’s a straightforward and complete one-pot pork meal that’s big on flavor. Feel free to change up the seasonings or the vegetables for a little variety.
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