How To Cook Everything: Simple Recipes for Great Food

Sample recipes from How To Cook Everything: Simple Recipes for Great Food

Basic Meatballs

You need not cook meatballs in a skillet. Instead, try roasting them (omit the butter or oil) in a 375°F oven, shaking occasionally, unti...

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Basic Muffins

Fast, easy, and almost infinitely variable (there isn’t a single quick-bread batter that cannot be baked as muffins, or vice versa) muffi...

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Basic Pizza Dough

You can knead this dough with a mixer (use the dough hook), or by hand, but I like the food processor best. The pizzas can be grilled or ...

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Grilled or Broiled Eggplant Slices

This is the simplest way to prepare eggplant, and it makes a delicious side dish.

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Crispy Skin Salmon with Gingery Greens

One of my all-time favorites, this features the rich flavor of salmon cut by sharp greens sparked with ginger. Steam the greens in advanc...

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My Favorite Bread Stuffing

Like almost everyone else, I have cut back on my use of butter in recent years. But this classic dressing, which is based on a wonderful ...

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Boiled, Grilled, or Roasted Chestnuts

Boil chestnuts only if you are going to use them in another recipe afterward. For eating chestnuts out of hand, roast them in the oven or...

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Braised Beef Brisket

Brisket becomes reasonably tender as long as it is cooked for a long time, with plenty of moisture. My favorite seasonings for it are ver...

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Lamburgers with Smoked Mozzarella

Broil these, grill them, or pan-grill them. Any way you cook them, the outside will become crisp, the mozzarella will melt, and the insid...

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Pureed Butternut Squash with Ginger

Because it is so porous, winter squash absorbs water readily; thus it’s better to cook it above water rather than in it.

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