Check out our Editors' picks for this week's top food section recipes.
Salon.com: Diver scallops combined with fresh pea shoots makes this easy, garlicky dish a fast favorite.
The New York Times: To avoid the splattering that comes with searing meat, one cook found a no-sear method that still achieves depth and flavor with this Tagine-Style Lamb Stew recipe.
The Boston Globe: These protein-packed lentil cakes are topped with refreshing raita, a cool cucumber-yogurt sauce.
The Washington Post: A spring recipe that takes advantage of fresh asparagus stalks and combines them with grilled chicken for a light and easy salad.
The Los Angeles Times: A simple dinner of fried eggs with spring asparagus and bread crumbs makes for a quick and easy meal if you’re short on time.
SlashFood.com: If you’re hankering for a taste of winter or live in a place that still feels like winter, try making this simple and hearty White Bean Soup.
The Oregonian: One cook livens up an ordinary meatloaf recipe with some heat and the addition of couscous.
The Times-Picayune: Chef John Besh promotes his new cooking show and shares this recipe for Shrimp Creole.
The UK Guardian: A 15-minute dish gently cooks salmon in a lemongrass and ginger broth.
The Chicago Tribune: A healthy green lentil soup that’s also vegetarian (and delicious).