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Peas with Lettuce

While this dish may be best with tender fresh peas, it is a fine way to dress up frozen baby peas

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Glazed Shallots with Red Wine

These sweet-and-sour tender shallots will perk up simply grilled meats.

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Mixed Root Vegetable Gratin

A creamy, warming cheese-topped dish

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Sweet Potato and Sage Gratin

Look no further for an out-of-the-ordinary sweet potato dish for holiday entertaining

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Potato-Herb Galette

A good accompaniment for roasted and grilled meats

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Ultimate Mashed Potatoes

Mash with a twist.

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Potato Gratin

This baked potato dish is rich with cream and fragrant with garlic and nutmeg

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Roast Artichokes with Tomato and Garlic

This is such a simple accompaniment but very colorful and tasty

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Roast Sweet Potato with Sesame Glaze

Here is a recipe for a wonderful and healthy side dish for a family dinner or a casual dinner party. Sweet potatoes are known as the healthier potato and go well with most main meat, chicken or fish dishes. This recipe adds an Asian tinge to your potatoes, sweetening them up with the soy sauce and the honey. After you cube your potatoes and add the glaze, these bite size-morsels will be sure to light up the taste buds of all of your guests. This dish is easy and quick and should be a positive feature on any dinner menu you put together.

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Pan-grilled Eggplant and Zucchini Salad

Serve at room temperature to allow the flavors to merge.

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Glazed Carrots with Thyme

These carrots are a good accompaniment to roast beef, pork, lamb, or poultry.

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Potato and Parmesan Cakes

These little cakes make a nice change from mashed potatoes.

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Grilled Eggplant with Pomegranate Vinaigrette

Fresh pomegranate seeds enliven this warm salad.

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Potato Pancakes

What could be simpler than latkes, traditionally served with sour cream, apple sauce, or both.

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Corn and Peppers

Colorful and popular with children, this is a good side dish for everyday meals.

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Sweet Potato Purée with Horseradish

Baking sweet potatoes makes them intensely sweet and full of flavor

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Fennel Remoulade

This fresh-tasting Italian bulb works well with the creaminess of the sauce.

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Creamed Spinach with Pine Nuts

Pine nuts contrast well with the smooth texture of creamed spinach

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Creamed Rutabaga

This delicious and versatile vegetable purée can be served in place of mashed potatoes.

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Pisto Manchego

Similar to ratatouille but with a touch of vinegar to heighten the flavors, this Spanish dish goes well with grilled chorizo

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Onion Confit

A sweet and tangy accompaniment that complements most roasted or grilled dishes

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Cajun-Spiced Potato Wedges

This peppery dish was developed by the French settlers of Louisiana.

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Mushrooms in Cream Sauce

Make the most of seasonal mushrooms with this filling side dish

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Asparagus with Mustard Sauce

Tender asparagus spears are served cold with a simple dressing

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Roast Squash with Ginger

Spicy vegetables make a punchy side dish.

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Tomato and Eggplant Confit

An ancient method of preserving meat, confit infuses flavor into vegetables.

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Stir-Fried Broccoli with Sesame Seeds

The added flavorings transform broccoli into something special.

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Fish and Chips

Make this British classic at home with a yeast batter that remains crisp to the very last bite

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Shellfish and Tomato Stew

This rustic stew is delicious served for lunch or dinner.

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Grilled Tuna with Tomato Salsa

These should be served straight from the pan while still sizzling hot.

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Haddock with Cheese Sauce

With a layer of freshly-cooked spinach under the poached haddock, this classic dish is a colorful one-pot meal

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Fish in Coconut Stew

This is a popular Brazilian stew, rich with creamy coconut milk. An authentic ingredient is palm oil (dend), which lends a distinctive ...

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Baked Trout with Almonds

Delicate trout enhanced with citrus and a nutty texture

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Skate Wings with Brown Butter

Keep an eye on the butter. It should be nut brown, with no black flecks.

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Salmon Fishcakes

Ideal as a main course or made bite-sized as a canapè.

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Fisherman's Pie

A British favorite, with its creamy filling and mashed-potato topping. It can be as luxurious or as homely as desired, depending on the ...

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Tuna Carpaccio

This updated version of carpaccio uses tuna served with a lemony potato salad

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Baked Flounder with Bacon

This is a tasty and unusual way of cooking delicate flounder or sole.

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Baked Salmon with Cucumber Dill Sauce

This is a terrific dish to bring for a summer picnic or eat for dinner. It is light and flaky. The dill and cucumber sauce is especially refreshing on a warm, sunny day, bringing lots of flavor to remind you of summer and all of the outdoor aromas that satisfy your love of the outdoors. You can bake the salmon to your liking, but highly suggest you keep an eye on it and make an effort not to overcook. The sauce is what brings this dish to life. The delightful dill and cucumber bits mixed into the sour cream make a world of difference in selling this delightful piece of salmon to you on a warm summer night.

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Balsamic Sauce

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Tarragon Sauce

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Anchovy Butter

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Swordfish Skewers with Arugula Salad

Tender and flavorsome, these can be cooked on the grill or under a hot broiler.

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Salmon in Puff Pastry

Baking salmon en croute keeps it moist and succulent.

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Herring in Oatmeal with Gooseberry Sauce

A traditional British dish that could also be made in the summer with bluefish fillets and gooseberries in season

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Cod in Tomato Sauce

The tomatoes and wine add sweetness to this Spanish dish.

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Stuffed Sardines in Grape Leaves

Fresh sardines are full of flavor, and this easy rice and herb stuffing soaks up the tasty juices from the fish

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Grilled Halibut with Green Sauce

A fresh-tasting dish that is easy to prepare and cooks in minutes

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Mixed Fried Fish

Crisp strips of fried fish are served with a peppery mayonnaise sauce.

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Mackerel with Cucumber Salad

Perfect for a summer lunch, the mackerel can be grilled or cooked on the barbecue

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Halibut with Chunky Romesco

A deliciously fresh but gutsy dish, and great for a midweek supper or dinner with friends.

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Monkfish with Mussels and Pancetta

Pieces of monkfish with mussels in a creamy tomato sauce combine to make a fabulous main course

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Baked Porgy

This Spanish dish also works well with other whole fish, such as snapper or trout.

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Salt Cod Braised with Vegetables

Here, salt cod (bacalao) is simmered with the fragrant Spanish aromas of garlic, bay, and saffron to a lovely tenderness

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Salmon en Papillote

Cooking in a tightly sealed paper packet or papillote ensures that the cooking juices are retained and keeps the fish moist.

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Seafood Salad

Suitable for lunch, a picnic, or a light supper in the back yard, this chilled salad is an ideal summer dish

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Mediterranean-style Grilled Sardines

Popular in coastal regions all over southern Europe, this is the way to enjoy these oily fish at their very best

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Fisherman's Tuna Stew

This fish stew, which Basque fisherman call marmitako de bonito, was originally made at sea to provide for a hungry crew

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Chinese-style Steamed Bass

An impressive restaurant-style dish that brings out the clean, delicate flavors of the fish and is easy to prepare.

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Tuna with Warm Cucumber and Fennel Salad

Tuna is often cooked with Asian flavors, but here the profile is Mediterranean

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Spiced Fish and Shrimp

A fine example of the Nonya cuisine of Singapore

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Finnan Haddie with Spinach and Pancetta

Some stores carry this deeply smoked fish for a quick supper.

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Leaf-Wrapped Asian Sole

Gently steamed fish makes a healthy, tasty supper.

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Herb-baked Swordfish

Rosemary is not usually used with fish, but it perfectly complements the meaty flavor of swordfish

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Spicy Shrimp Gratin

The most popular seafood is cloaked with cheese sauce and broiled until golden

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Lobster Thermidor

This irresistibly indulgent seafood dish is thought to be named in honor of the play Thermidor, which opened in 1894 in Paris

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Calamari Salad with Mint and Dill

Fresh herbs and grilled seafood make a delicious warm salad.

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Seafood Curry

This quick curry is flavored with chiles, coconut, and lime

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Shrimp Diavolo

If hot as the "devil," is too hot, use less of the hot red pepper

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Mussels in White Wine Sauce

Cooking in wine, garlic, and herbs is one of the easiest ways to prepare mussels, and one of the best.

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Sweet and Sour Shrimp

This is a fresher, lighter version of the Chinese take-out standard, with a fragrant sauce spiked with chile, garlic, and ginger

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Tzatziki

This simple Greek dip makes a good start to a casual meal, served with a selection of cruditès.

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Guacamole

This popular dip, which has its origins in Mexico, can also be used as a condiment for grilled meats and seafood.

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Chicken Liver Pate

Red wine adds flavor to this spread and cuts through the richness of the liver

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Smoked Fish Spread

Once you have the smoked fish, which is available at the local delicatessen, this appetizer can be prepared in minutes.

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Salmon Rillettes

This piquant spread from France should have a fairly rough texture.

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Baba Ganoush

No Middle Eastern meze table is complete without a bowl of this creamy dip

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Avocado Mousse with Lime

This creamy textured mousse can be served as a starter or a light lunch.

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Taramasalata

To make this wonderful dip of smoked roe, look for tarama at Mediterranean markets.

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Hummus

This chickpea bean and tahini dip is one of the most widely recognized of all Middle Eastern dishes.

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Fava Bean Dip

Look for skinless dried fava beans at Middle Eastern and Latino grocers.

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Duck Confit

For this classic French dish, look for duck fat online or render duck skin and fat purchased at an Asian butcher.

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Brandade de Morue

This appetizer of creamed salt cod is popular in the South of France, where it is traditionally served on Christmas Eve.

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Rustic Meat Terrine

Full of flavor and texture, this pâtè is extremely versatile

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Tapenade

A full-flavored olive spread, popular in the Mediterranean.

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Artichoke and Scallion Dip

This heavy and delicious dip can be made in minutes.

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Zucchini Sticks

These crisp morsels make a lovely vegetarian party snack.

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Stuffed Mushrooms

Portobello mushrooms make great bases for savory goat cheese and pine nut fillings.

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Grilled Mushrooms with Goat Cheese

Ideally, the toasted bread should be about the same size as the mushrooms, so choose a loaf of the appropriate size.

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Artichoke Salad

Delicately flavored artichokes combine well with peppery arugula.

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Stuffed Grape Leaves

This meze dish is delicious warm or cold. Jarred grape leaves are sold at supermarkets and Middle Eastern delicatessens.

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Pan-Grilled Asparagus with Hollandaise

Rich and tangy hollandaise sauce and fresh asparagus is a time-honored partnership

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Potato Skins with Cheddar and Bacon

Presented this way, these baked potatoes are a real treat.

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Grilled Scallops with Prosciutto and Lime

A delicious, elegant starter

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Marinated Salmon

Marinated in the Scandinavian fashion, serve this as a brunch dish, or with vodka cocktails.

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Shrimp Spring Rolls

These get their name because they were served to commemorate the first day of Spring in the Chinese calendar

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Smoked Salmon Potato Cakes

This popular restaurant appetizer is easy to make at home.

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Shrimp Cocktail, Mexican-Style

Corn kernels and avocado give a south-of-the-border twist to this perennial favorite.

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Shrimp with Parmesan Cream

Large shrimp are cloaked in a cheese-flavored cream sauce

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Marinated Anchovies

Boquerones en Vinagre are a Spanish speciality, ideal as tapas or as a lunchtime dish. Good with lightly toasted slices of crusty bread, ...

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Anchovies on Toast

Canned anchovies can be turned into a quick snack

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Smoked Haddock and Herb Fishcakes

Crisp fishcakes make a tasty starter, and are a good way to use up leftover mashed potato. Good with a salad of arugula and watercress, a...

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Fried Whitebait

Deep-frying is the perfect way to cook these tiny fish, which are eaten whole. Good with chilled potato salad.

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Smoked Salmon Blinis

These bite-sized treats are perfect party food.

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Herbed Shrimp and Goat Cheese Wraps

Serve these as a light meal or with wine before dinner.

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Smoked Trout and Goat Cheese Bites

A delicious blend of smoked trout and herbed goat cheese in a tortilla wrap.

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Shrimp with Mint, Chile, and Ginger

Easy and quick to prepare, this is an ideal starter for an informal dinner party.

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Herbed Fish Goujons

These are fish sticks for grown-ups. Good with tartar sauce and a fresh tossed salad.

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Seafood Ceviche

Ceviche lightly pickles raw fish to conserve freshness and bring out its true flavor. Good with crusty bread or tortilla chips.

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Stuffed Filo Tartlets

A stylish appetizer.

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Empanadas

These turnovers are found wherever Spanish is spoken.

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Crostini with Green Olive Tapenade

This easy-to-make dish is great as an appetizer or snack.

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Smoked Salmon and Pancetta Crostini

Crostini and bruschette can be made in many variations. Tangy-buttery créme fraîche lightens this savory bite.

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Anchovy and Olive Bruschette

These simple canapés are ideal with pre-dinner drinks. Good with a chilled glass of sparkling Prosecco.

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Scallop and Pesto Crostini

These stylish canapès can also be served as a simple appetizer. Good with a dry white wine.

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Onion Bhajis

These crisp vegetable fritters are made with chickpea flour, also known as gram flour, which can be found in Indian food shops. Good with...

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Sesame Shrimp Toasts

This recipe can serve as a terrific appetizer for a casual dinner for family or friends. Sesame shrimp toast is a great Asian starter that all of your guests will find flavorful and creative. Shrimp-lovers will adore this dish and keep coming back for more. You do need some experience with a deep fryer to pull this off. But it is well worth the effort and time. Chopped up shrimp, cilantro, soy sauce and ginger adorn this classical appetizer that is flaky, warm and delicious. This dish pairs well with sweet chili sauce. When looking for warm, passed appetizers to give a great start to any event, this dish will fill your needs.

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Vegetable Samosas

Serve these Indian pastries hot or cold. In India, they would be fried in ghee, a clarified butter that can be heated to a high temperatu...

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Nachos

Quick to make and great for sharing.

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Boreks

These small cigar-shaped cheese pastries from Turkey are seen on Middle Eastern menus all over the world. Good with Middle Eastern dishes...

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Smoked Chicken and Spinach Filo Triangles

These flaky parcels are delicious served hot or cold as an appetizer.

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Cheesy Spinach Squares

Spanakopita, the Greek spinach pie, can be cut into small diamonds or squares and served as an appetizer. Good with other Greek or Middle...

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Fava Bean, Garlic, and Herb Crostini

Ideal for parties or as an appetizer with drinks.

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Cheese Straws

This classic, quick, and easy appetizer can be served with drinks at any occasion.

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Mushroom Vol-au-Vents

Vol-au-vents or "puffs of wind" are little puff pastry cases enclosing a savory filling, such as creamy mushrooms.

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Eggplant and Goat Cheese Crostini

Crisp crostini with a deliciously savory topping.

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Mushroom Bruschetta

A quick winter appetizer

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Smoked Trout Tartlets

These tartlets are perfect for a light supper or picnic.

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Vegetarian Enchiladas

Serve these right out of the pan with sour cream and salsa.

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Savory Onion Tart

Anchovies give a salty kick to this mild onion tart.

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Goat Cheese Croustades

Versatile, crisp croustade baskets can host a wide range of different fillings, such as this delicious combination of goat cheese, mint, ...

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Soybean Croustades

You'll find shelled frozen soybeans at natural food stores.

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Chicken Croustades

Tarragon and chicken is a popular combination.

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Roast Beef Croustades

Roast beef with a creamy mustard mayo combine in this party dish.

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Crab Croustades

Lightly spiced crabmeat in a crispy case.

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Fava Beans with Ham

Spanish habas con jamòn is a popular snack dish of soft beans and chewy, salty cured ham

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Salted Roasted Almonds

Almendras tostadas are served with drinks in Spain.

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Chicken Livers in Sherry

In higaditos al Jerèz, the sweet sherry perfectly offsets the intense richness of the livers.

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Peas with Ham

Guisantes con jamòn is a classic tapas dish with delicious sweet and savory flavors.

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Baked BBQ Wings with Blue Cheese Dip

A variation on Buffalo wings, these sticky chicken wings are served with a tangy dip.

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Chicken Satay

The authentic version is made with Indonesian soy sauce, kecap manis, but Chinese or Japanese soy sauce can also be used.

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Falafel

These chickpea fritters can be enjoyed tucked into pita bread.

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Classic Chinese Wontons

Wontons are healthy and great to have ready in the freezer.

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Devils on Horseback

Everyone enjoys these popular cocktail party treats.

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Smoked Salmon Rolls

These easy party appetizers can be served with drinks or as a first course alongside a salad.

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Figs with Prosciutto

The sweet figs contrast with salty prosciutto and the peppery tang of arugula in these one-bite party snacks.

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Kibbeh

Serve these crisp-fried dumplings with a yogurt dip.

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Asian Meatballs with Peanut Sauce

The sweet peanut sauce is a perfect accompaniment to these savory bites

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Braised Partridge with Red Cabbage

Delicate-tasting partridge are good pot-roasted as the flavors become concentrated in the pot

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Autumn Game Casserole

Mixed game makes a wonderfully rich-flavored dish. Use chunks of boneless and skinless turkey or pork loin as a substitute.

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Roast Quail with Apple and Calvados

Wrap the quail in pancetta to keep the flesh moist. The apples and Calvados add a rich, sweet flavor to the dish.Good with roast potatoes...

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Braised Pheasant

Game birds are lean, so braising keeps pheasant nice and moist. Good with mashed carrots, rutabagas, and green beans.

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Roast Partridge with Grapes in Sauternes

The fruity Sauternes complements the rich flavor of the game.

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Squab Breasts on Croutes

Cut the breasts from squab for the recipe, or use small duck breasts, cooking them for about 10 minutes total

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Grouse with Garlic Cream Sauce

Young grouse are the best for roasting. Serve one per person. Good with roasted cherry tomatoes and mashed potatoes.

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Spanish Meatballs

These little veal and pork meatballs--albondigas in Spanish--are popular served as tapas. Good with crusty bread or as a main course dish...

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Steak au Poivre

This restaurant classic can easily be made at home.

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Veal Scaloppine

This popular Italian dish uses a classic method to prepare veal. Good with sauted spinach or a green salad.

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Swedish Meatballs

Although these are regarded as a Swedish national dish, they are popular in all the Scandinavian countries. Good with new potatoes and st...

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Meat Loaf

This recipe is great served hot for a weekday family meal, or cold in a packed lunch or sandwich. Good with a salad of arugula and halved...

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Hamburgers

These burgers are enriched with onions and egg yolk. Good with your favorite condiments (ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise) and toppings ...

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Chinese Chile Beef Stir-fry

This hot stir-fry is a good choice for lovers of Chinese food who like their dishes spicy rather than sweet and sour.

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Beef Strogonoff

This classic Russian dish was named after the Strogonov family. Good with rice or egg noodles.

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Balsamic Beef Salad

Colorful and filling, this makes a substantial summer salad.

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Thai Red Beef Curry

Thai curry paste is sold at Asian markets and some supermarkets.

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Beef Wellington

Always impressive for a dinner-party main course.

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Blanquette de Veau

A simple, delicately flavored French veal stew in white sauce.

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Hungarian Goulash

This warming winter stew makes a great main course for entertaining, since it can be made well in advance. Good with buttered tagliatelle.

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Boeuf Bourguignon

Long, slow braising allows the beef to absorb the rich flavors of the wine and herbs and tenderizes it in the process. Good with mashed p...

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Beef Daube with Wild Mushrooms

This stew is redolent with red wine and earthy mushrooms. Good with buttered egg noodles or parslied boiled potatoes.

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Osso Bucco

Veal shanks have a richness unlike any other cut of meat and turn this stew into an extraordinary meal. Good with a saffron-flavored riso...

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Anchovy Butter

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Red Wine Sauce

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Steak and Ale Pie

Beer helps to tenderize the beef and imparts a delicious flavor.

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Chile con Carne

A Tex-Mex classic

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Roast Rib of Beef

Be sure to let this magnificent roast stand at least 15 minutes. Good with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, and vegetables of your cho...

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Beef Salad with Caramelized Walnuts

This works well for a crowd and can be served warm or cold.

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Filet Mignons with Walnut Pesto

A great dish for autumn, when walnuts are at their peak.

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Sauerbraten

This pot roast, with its richly spiced sauce, is especially tender thanks to a combination of long marinating and slow cooking. Good with...

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Beef Kebabs with Lime, Ginger, and Honey

Sweet, tart, and spicy meet in this delicious marinade.

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Roast Beef Tenderloin with Red Currant Jus

A sweet-tart sauce adds character to tender but mildly flavored beef.

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Pork and Bean Stew

Otherwise known as feijoada, this is the national dish of Brazil and is made with a variety of porks. Good with cooked white rice, steame...

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Danish Meatballs

Use any meat variety.

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Pork Chops with Green Peppercorn Sauce

These soft, mild peppercorns add a gentle spice to the creamy sauce. Good with hashed brown potatoes and freshly steamed green vegetables.

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Pork Chops with Blue Cheese Stuffing

This filling is both savory and sweet and the pecans add a delightful crunchy texture.

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Cassoulet

A hearty bean and meat dish from southwest France.

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Barbecued Spare Ribs

Marinate the ribs overnight before baking, if you wish.

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Spanish Stew

A filling one-pot meal known as Cocido in Spain.

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Honey-glazed Ham

Boiling the ham first makes it nice and moist.

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 Lamb Tagine with Couscous

Dried apricots and orange juice, along with cumin, coriander, ginger, and thyme, give this the distinct flavor and aroma of Moroccan cui...

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Lamb with Blueberries

Tender lamb noisettes (filet mignons) are a special treat.

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Lamb Koftas

Middle Eastern spices flavor these tender, ground lamb kebabs. A raita of cucumber and yogurt is the ideal accompaniment.

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Braised Lamb

This dish packs plenty of flavor with its tomato, olive, and herb sauce. Good with couscous cooked in vegetable stock.

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Irish Stew

There are many versions of this dish, all of which are based on lamb and potatoes. This one is a hearty casserole. Good with a fresh gree...

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Navarin of Lamb

Lighter than many stews, navarin contains lamb with young spring vegetables. Good with lots of crusty French bread for soaking up the stew.

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Roast Lamb with White Beans

French cooks prefer delicate flageolet beans for this rustic dish, but any small white bean will do.

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Lamb Kebabs

Middle Eastern spices flavor these tender, minced-lamb kebabs. A raita of cucumber and yogurt is the ideal accompaniment.

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Shepherd's Pie

Traditionally a recipe to use meat and potatoes from a roast lamb, this version is topped with a potato and leek mash.Good with a simple ...

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Lamb Steaks with Herbs and Mustard

A quick summer supper dish.

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Marinated Lamb Roast with Carrot Salsa

You can also use this marinade for grilled boneless leg of lamb.

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Quick Lamb Curry

Use leftover lamb for this dish and adjust the spiciness of the sauce with the amount of curry powder.

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Moussaka

Greece's most famous dish, moussaka is usually baked in a large dish. This version makes individual servings, which are easier to freeze.

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Herb and Goat Cheese Frittata

Thinner than a Spanish tortilla, this popular Italian dish is ideal for lunch or a light supper. Good with plenty of Italian bread and a ...

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Curried Quail Eggs

This quick recipe uses dainty quail eggs, and the mild curry sauce tops the whole dish off perfectly.

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Eggs Benedict

The smooth buttery sauce makes a truly indulgent breakfast or brunch.

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Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Salmon

This is the ultimate feel-good Sunday brunch recipe.

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Scotch Eggs

Great for picnics and packed lunches, serve these with a spoonful of your favorite chutney.

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Apricot and Vanilla Soufflé Omelet

Beaten egg whites give this omelet a light and fluffy texture.

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Spinach Timbales

These vegetable molds can be served as a light main course or appetizer with the salad, or serve them on their own to accompany roast lamb.

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French Toast

This makes a hot, satisfying breakfast or brunch. Good with a few summer berries or a spoonful of yogurt.

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Buckwheat Galettes

Popular in Brittany, in northwest France, where the local cuisine is defined by rich, rustic flavors.

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Parsi Eggs

This Indian dish has its origins in ancient Persia. Good with salad leaves, light toasted naan bread, or chapatis.

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Quiche Lorraine

A French classic, this egg and bacon tart is the original and the best.

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Poached Eggs with Frisee

This is a favorite appetizer or light lunch dish in rural France.

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Eggs Florentine

This classic brunch dish of poached eggs on a bed of spinach is also good for lunch or dinner.

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Spinach and Mushroom Crepes

Savory crepes are great for lunch, supper, or brunch.

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Baked Eggs in Cream

A simple and satisfying dish

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Spinach Soufflès

These souffles are deliciously golden and puffy once cooked, and taste every bit as good as they look.

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Egg Fu Yung

Light and tasty, these are made with shrimp and stir-fried vegetables

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Cheese Souffle

Souffles are not challenging at all, and actually quite easy. There are many options beyond the basic cheese version. Good with a green s...

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Piperade

This savory scrambled egg dish is from the Basque region of southwest France.

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Souffle Omelet

Beaten egg whites give this omelet a light and fluffy texture. Good with toast and grilled tomatoes.

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Omelet Arnold Bennett

This famous dish was specially created for the Victorian novelist by the chefs at the Savoy Grill, London.

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Ranch-Style Eggs with Refried Beans

Serve this filling dish for breakfast, and you won't have to be concerned about what to make for lunch.

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Yorkshire Puddings

Similar to popovers, these are the traditional accompaniment to roast prime rib of beef.

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Cheese Puffs

These small cream puffs are filled with a blend of cheese, herbs, and spices.

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Twice-baked Cheese Souffles

This foolproof recipe can be prepared several hours in advance, so is ideal for serving at a dinner party.

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Cheese and Pepper Jalousie

When looking for a perfect vegetarian dish to pair with salad for lunch or a light dinner, cheese and pepper jalousie is a great way to go. This light and flaky pastry filled with creamy cheeses, sun dried tomatoes and flavorful fresh peppers, gives you a healthy and delicious pairing with a light salad. The puff-pastry shell delight will fill you up, while not feeling too heavy for those looking for a lighter mid-day or early evening meal. The fresh ingredients really enhance the taste and texture of the jalousie. So enjoy your light treat, which will taste almost as good with store-bought ingredients if need be.

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Stilton Rarebit with Pear and Walnuts

This is a more sophisticated recipe of the supper dish, Welsh rarebit, which is a comforting meal of cheese sauce over toast.

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Fresh Cheese

It's fun and easy to make this fresh yogurt cheese, called labna. Good with herbs sprinkled on top along with toasted pita bread.

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Cheese Nuggets

These crispy and spicy snacks would be great with a cold glass of beer. Good with pre-dinner drinks or as part of a buffet.

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Cheese and Corn Pudding

This savory baked dish is a wonderful way of celebrating fresh corn when it is in season. Good with roast chicken, turkey, or ham.

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Paneer and Peas

This Indian restaurant favorite is easy to make at home. If you can't find paneer, farmer's cheese is a good substitute.

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Welsh Rarebit

Often pronounced as Welsh "rabbit," this simple recipe makes a meal out of Cheddar or Lancashire cheese. Good with salad. If desired, put...

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Gorgonzola with Figs and Honey

Grilling figs enhances their natural sweetness and the addition of blue cheese makes a great flavor contrast. Good with pre-dinner drinks...

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Feta Filo Pie

Crisp pastry encases a delicious blend of spinach, feta, and pine nuts in this classic Middle Eastern dish. Good with a crisp salad or a ...

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Herbed Goat Cheese Spread

Delicious on toast, this spread is also a great sandwich filling.

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Spicy Feta Squares

These crunchy little snacks are packed with the rich and salty flavors of Greek feta cheese.

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Baked Ricotta with Roasted Tomatoes

This dish is all about balance. Match the mild ricotta with full-flavored olive oil, ripe tomatoes, and sharp black pepper.

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Goat Cheese Mousse with Grilled Peppers

A delicious cold dish for a summer's lunch or brunch. Good with warm crusty bread or Melba toast.

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Fonduta

Soft polenta topped with cheese sauce is a dish that hails from northern Italy, where polenta is often favored over pasta. Good with stea...

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Ricotta and Arugula Roulade

This makes a sumptuous first course or light lunch, served warm or at room temperature. Good with a mesclun salad.

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Feta and Pumpkin Pastries

Popular Middle Eastern snacks, these tasty filo pastries are filled with a sweet-savory mixture. Good with other Greek or Middle Eastern ...

(1 Votes)

Warm Halloumi with Herbs

Halloumi is made from sheep and goat's milk. Good with pita bread, and a spinach and red onion salad.

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Ricotta and Bacon Tart

A simple, stylish tart with a light cheese filling.

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Authentic Swiss Fondue

"Fondue" means melted in French, and there never was a more luscious way to serve melted cheese.

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Goat Cheese Tartlets

Oats give the tartlet pastry an interesting texture and flavor that complements the light goat cheese and yogurt filling.Good with salad ...

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Goat Cheese in Herbed Oil

Use individual cheeses or a whole cheese for this recipe. Good with bread or crackers, or chopped and placed on pieces of toast as a can...

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Tandoori Paneer Kebabs

You will find paneer (a firm Indian cheese) and tandoori paste at Indian markets.

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Gruyere Tart

This tart is the perfect dish to pair with salad and serve for an elegant lunch or brunch. Considered vegetarian, the thyme-flavored pastry shell is just as enjoyable warm or cold. The pastry dough for the tart can be made ahead of time and refrigerated until you have the time to cook the tarts. This delicious tart is not hard to make and can be an incredibly solid dish when having guests over for an early afternoon event. This cheesy and savory dish will be a memorable addition to any special occasion meal you are planning.

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Fresh Mango Relish

Be sure the mangoes are fully ripened, they should yield slightly when squeezed. Good with hot and cold meats, and cheeses.

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Pickled Vegetables

This recipe is an exciting combination of crunchy seasonal vegetables, pickled in an herb and spice vinegar. Good with hot and cold meats...

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Apple and Pear Chutney

Make this fruity, spicy chutney at harvest time and you will have a good supply to last for months.

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Lime Pickle

These pungently spiced preserved limes will enhance curries or pilafs, are wonderful with fish or chicken, and are easy to make.

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Green Tomato Chutney

Apple, ginger, and mild onion make this chutney especially sweet, rather than spicy.

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Corn Relish

A refreshing cross between a salsa and a true cooked relish.

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Piccalilli

This is a modern version of a traditional Indian pickle called peccalillo. Good with crusty bread and a robust sharp cheese, and with col...

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Plum Chutney

A mild-tasting but very enjoyable fruit relish that is particularly good with cold meats and cheeses.

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Linguine with Tomato Clam Sauce

Versions of this popular classic shellfish dish of thin linguine and clams are cooked all along the Italian Mediterranean and Adriatic co...

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Tomato Sauce

Easy to make, this sauce is wonderfully versatile.

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Baked Ziti with Sausage and Tomatoes

Baked ziti in a hearty meat sauce is a great way to feed a hungry family; use either pork or turkey sausages.

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Linguine with Scallops

Succulent scallops with a hint of chile and lime make this a perfect pasta dish for lunch, dinner, or entertaining. Good with crusty brea...

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Tuna and Pasta Bake

Every cook should have a recipe for this quick one-dish meal, which is ideal at the end of a busy day. Good with hot garlic bread and a g...

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Spaghetti, Roman-style

Quick to prepare and cook, this is a great meal when time is short.

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Singapore Noodles

This popular dish combines the delicacy of Chinese cooking, the heat of Indian spices, and the fragrance of Malaysian herbs.

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Macaroni and Three Cheeses

This simple dish makes a nourishing family meal. Good with a green salad or garlic bread.

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Macaroni Bake with Ham and Peppers

Quick to make and full of rich flavors, this pasta casserole makes a satisfying midweek meal or an informal dinner-party dish. Good with ...

(1 Votes)

Fettuccine Alfredo

An unsurpassable dish made with good-quality ingredients.

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Pappardelle with Ragu

This meaty, slow-simmered sauce goes well with pasta ribbons, but is also delicious served with tagliatelle or used in a lasagna.

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Spaetzle

When tossed with cheese and eggs, spaetzle, a homemade noodle from Switzerland, makes a delicious one-pot meal.

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Spaghetti Frutti di Mare

The beauty of this pasta is variety. Use whatever fresh seafood you like.

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Butternut Squash Penne

This cheesy Butternut Squash Penne is a filling, comforting pasta dish that the whole family would love. It's an easy way to sneak a butternut squash recipe into your weeknight dinner plan - it's so delicious, the kids will never know they're eating vegetables! When squash is in season it's great to find any excuse to use it, and butternut squash pasta is the perfect way to incorporate this creamy seasonal vegetable into your recipes. It's the perfect cozy dinner to end a cool autumn day.

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Spinach and Ricotta Manicotti

This is great dish to make for a game day party, picnic or large family event. Stuffed pasta is not hard to make and extremely economical for larger events you put on. In this version, which features a spinach stuffing, there is choice between two sauces to please your hungry crowd. Everyone loves pasta and this stuffed manicotti is sure to please most anyone who comes to your fabulous feast. Garlic bread is great to pair with this pasta dish. This cheesy casserole offers many flavors including, tomato and spinach and will fill you up and leave you smiling.

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Ravioli with Ricotta and Spinach

This Ravioli with Ricotta and Spinach features a homemade ravioli recipe that's packed with cheese - it's sure to become a family favorite. Making homemade pasta for a weeknight dinner might seem like a daunting task, but once you learn how to make ravioli from scratch, you'll never go back to buying it from the store! The flavors of ricotta cheese and spinach combine to create a savory taste that's impossible to resist, and this whole ravioli recipe takes less than two hours to put together. You can even get the kids to help you make it and turn dinner into a fun family activity!

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Soba Salad with Shrimp and Avocado

This cool salad, with a base of full-flavored soba noodles, makes an extraordinary light meal.

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Orecchiette with Pancetta

A quick and light pasta dish.

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Penne and Vegetable Salad

Almost any spring vegetable can be used--for a change, try peas or diced zucchini. Good with hot crusty garlic rolls.

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Spaghetti Mare e Monti

This is a fabulous Italian recipe that combines elements from the sea and the mountains. Spaghetti Mare e Monti is a wonderful dish to serve at your next upcoming dinner event. Everyone loves pasta and your guests will flip over a new twist on their old favorite. If you love mushrooms this is a great dish for you. It combines porcini and white mushroom, plum tomatoes, shrimp and white wine for a taste that is out of this world. It's a great combination for a dish that reminds you of the best parts of Italy.

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Crispy Rice Noodles with Beef

A combination of crunchy textures and Asian flavors.

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Fideua

Think of this as a seafood paella made with pasta instead of rice. Good with chunks of crusty bread to mop up the juices.

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Tagliatelle all'Amatriciana

This fresh tomato pasta sauce is flavored with pancetta and hot red pepper

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Thai Noodle Stir-fry

A fragrant and colorful stir-fry with the flavors of Thailand

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Hokkien Noodles with Pork

Chinese barbecued pork (also called char-sui), pork loin cooked with a shiny scarlet glaze, and fresh Hokkien-style noodles can be purch...

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Spaghetti with Puttanesca

A spicy Sicilian pasta sauces gets its edge from capers and olives

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Vietnamese Beef, Green Papaya, and Noodle Salad

Green, under-ripe papayas make a refreshing addition to many southeast Asian salads.

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Lasagna al Forno

The perfect dish for family meals or casual entertaining.

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Pasta alla Carbonara

A popular Italian classic. Good with a simple salad.

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Pad Thai

Once you have gathered the ingredients, this dish comes together quickly to create a fast weeknight supper. Good with a fresh salad of be...

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Vegetable Stock

It is worth making a double batch of this stock to use in soups and casseroles.

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Fish Stock

A tasty, delicate stock that is quick and easy to make.

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Chicken Stock

Endlessly versatile, it is worthwhile to make your own chicken stock.

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Gazpacho

This chilled, no-cook Spanish soup is always popular when temperatures are hot outside.

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Watercress and Pear Soup

For extra flavor, serve this velvety soup with shredded Parmesan cheese

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Curried Parsnip Soup

Gentle spices perk up this earthy-flavored soup. Good with crusty bread or cheese scones.

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Borscht

Hearty and satisfying, this Russian beet and vegetable soup can be enjoyed at any time of year, either hot or chilled.

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Vichyssoise

Despite its French name, this iced soup originates from America. It can also be served hot, with a few cooked shrimp on top.

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Tomato Soup

Easy to make using canned tomatoes, this delicious soup can be enjoyed all year round. Good with a swirl of heavy cream, créme fraîche, o...

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Mushroom Soup

Using a selection of both wild and cultivated mushrooms will produce a soup that is bursting with flavor.

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Carrot and Orange Soup

A light, refreshing soup with a hint of spice, this is the perfect start to a summer meal. Good with a spoonful of low-fat plain yogurt o...

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Porcini Mushroom Soup

This hearty Italian country soup is full of deep, earthy goodness. Good with bowls of spiced olives, and crusty bread.

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White Bean Soup

This thick soup from northern Italy is guaranteed to keep out the winter chills.

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Lobster Bisque

Bisque, an elegant creamy shellfish soup, is thought to have originated in the Spanish Biscay region

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Andalucian Soup

A refreshing chilled soup.

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Fish Soup with Saffron and Fennel

A robust soup of assorted fish and shellfish partnered with Mediterranean flavorings.

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Stracciatella with Pasta

A simple combination of chicken broth with eggs.

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Tuscan Bean Soup

This soup, ribollita, is thick, filling, nutritious, and delicious. It is even wonderful at room temperature. Good with a dollop of pesto...

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Hungarian Goulash Soup

Full of warming flavors, this traditional soup makes a rich and satisfying meal.

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French Onion Soup

This Parisian classic is given extra punch with a few spoonfuls of brandy.

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Minestrone

This hearty soup makes a great lunch or dinner. Feel free to add whatever vegetables are in season. Good with a dollop of pesto, stirred ...

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New England Clam Chowder

Serve this rich, creamy soup with plenty of saltines or crusty bread.

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Cock-a-Leekie Soup

In days past, this soup involved the slow simmering of a whole chicken, but today it is prepared with less time and effort. Good with war...

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Bouillabaisse

Originally nothing more than a humble fisherman's soup using the remains of the day's catch, bouillabaisse has evolved into one of the gr...

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Winter Vegetable Soup

Some people call this "Penny Soup," because the vegetable pieces resemble coins.

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Sopa de Tortilla

Fresh lime juice, cilantro, and ancho chiles add an unmistakable Mexican flavor to this tomato soup.

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Mexican Chicken Noodle Soup

This spicy Mexican soup has thin fideo noodles (similar to angel hair pasta) and makes a substantial meal.

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Lentil Soup

This hearty vegetarian soup has just a touch of spice certain to warm you up. Good with a spoonful of plain yogurt and crusty bread.

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Potato Salad with Prosciutto

With the addition of salty ham and fragrant caraway seeds, this hearty salad is full of flavor.

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Pasta and Tuna Nicoise Salad

This easy summer dish is great for summer lunches and dining alfresco.

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Caesar Salad

Anchovies help to give this classic salad its traditional flavor, but they can be omitted from the dressing if preferred. Good with all b...

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Arugula Salad with Parmesan

Quick to prepare, this makes an excellent first course or side salad. Good with barbecued meat or seafood, or as a light first course wit...

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Layered Marinated Herring Salad

For convenience and speedy cooking, buy marinated herring fillets at the supermarket. Good with chunks of sourdough bread or slices of pu...

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Warm Chicken Salad

Quick to cook, and easy to assemble, this warm salad is hearty, but refreshing at the same time. Good with thick slices of crusty French ...

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Bibb Lettuce Salad

Sweet Bibb lettuce contrasts well with a piquant, creamy Parmesan dressing. Good with crisp cooked pancetta, or bacon, or strips of prosc...

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Waldorf Salad

A classic salad named after the prestigious Waldorf–Astoria Hotel in New York.

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Grilled Zucchini and Pepper Salad with Cilantro and Cumin

Use a grill pan if the weather isn't cooperating.

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Tuscan Bread Salad

Looking for a salad to serve as a starter dish at a luncheon or dinner event? Tuscan Bread Salad would be a perfect dish to serve, bringing some Italian flavor to your party. This incredibly simple salad has basil leaves, plum tomatoes, cucumber and some oil and vinegar for the dressing. But the star of the dish is the stale ciabatta bread that needs to sit for a while and soak in the juices of the dressing. This is a classic salad that many will enjoy. Easy to make and easier to eat.

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Smoked Trout and Pancetta Salad

The bitter leaves and radishes combine well with the salty fish and cheese in this light dish.

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Watercress and Toasted Walnut Salad

Try serving this dish alongside savory tarts.

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Vietnamese Salad of Broiled Shrimp with Papaya

Vietnamese cuisine is noted for its fresh, clean flavors: lime, mint, chiles, and fish sauce are all widely used.

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Shrimp, Grapefruit, and Avocado Salad

A tangy salad to satisfy seafood lovers, this is simple enough for a weekend brunch, but special enough to serve to dinner guests.

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Coleslaw

Homemade coleslaw is so much better than the store-bought kind, and it is worth making extra to have on hand. Prepare in a food processor...

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Tabbouleh

This Lebanese specialty of parsley, mint, tomatoes and bulgur is refreshing all year round.

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Salad Niçoise

This well-known classic French salad is made here with fresh tuna for a main-course serving.

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Roasted Beets with Bresaola

Bresaola, air-dried beef from Northern Italy, adds a salty contrast to sweet roasted beets in a spicy horseradish dressing.

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Asian Cucumber Salad with Smoked Salmon

Cucumber slices combine well with the flavor of smoked salmon.

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Carrot and Orange Salad

This light, multicolored salad is good as an accompaniment to hot or cold meats, or served alongside a sandwich.

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Eggplant and Goat Cheese Salad

Serve this crunchy, creamy, and zesty salad by itself or with roast lamb.

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Crab Salad with Mango Dressing

This lovely summer lunch proves how well crab matches with fruit. Good with slices of freshly baked Irish soda bread.

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Shaved Fennel Salad

This is a fantastic salad to serve as an appetizer, a side dish, or with cheese. Good with shavings of Parmesan and pitted Kalamata olive...

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Spinach, Pear, and Endive Salad

An ideal salad to serve alongside Asian-style duck or grilled meat.

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Avocado, Tomato, and Mozzarella Salad

Red, white, and green are the colors of the Italian flag and are echoed in this Italian dish.

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Ensaladilla Rusa

Russian salad always consists of vegetables in mayonnaise, but the Spanish version includes tuna and red peppers.

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Warm Green Bean Salad

This crunchy, nutty salad is also a great vegetable side dish.

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Red Pepper Salad

In this Spanish salad, sweet red peppers are gently stewed, then combined with a fresh tomato sauce.

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Lobster Salad with Watercress

A very special summer salad, ideal for outdoor dining.

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Spinach and Bacon Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing

A delicious steakhouse salad that is full of flavor and textures. Good with grilled meat.

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Greek Tomato and Feta Salad

Juicy tomatoes, cool crisp cucumber, and salty feta cheese are a winning combination.

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Blue Cheese Dressing

Drizzle this creamy, tangy dressing over your favorite greens. Good with green salads, or as a dressing for steamed new potatoes.

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Vinaigrette Dressing

This versatile dressing is suitable for almost any salad.

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Thousand Island Dressing

There is no need to limit this dressing to salads; it goes particularly well with seafood. Good with shrimp cocktails or salads containin...

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Yogurt Dressing

If made with fat-free yogurt, this is a healthy alternative to mayonnaise. Good with falafel or grilled meat, such as lamb.

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Mayonnaise

Making your own mayonnaise is easy and allows you to choose your own flavorings.

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Spanish Vegetable Tortilla

This Spanish Vegetable Tortilla is a frittata recipe like no other. Loaded with potatoes, broccoli, and peas, it makes for a filling and nutrient-packed breakfast or brunch that's ideal for family gatherings. Spanish food is known for its color and taste, and their tortilla recipes are no exception - the fluffy texture of the egg makes this dish an easy favorite, while the broccoli and peas give it some visual style. If you're looking for easy Spanish recipes to put a little flair in your flavor, this one's for you.

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Egg Mayonnaise

Here is a near-perfect egg salad, which makes a classic sandwich filling for a summer's lunch. Good with salad greens or when served in l...

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Deviled Eggs

Perfect party food, make them hot as the devil with spicy paprika and hot mustard, or keep them mellow with milder condiments. Good with ...

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Rum Babas

These desserts are perfect to serve at a dinner party--just make these little rum-soaked cakes a day ahead and finish just before serving.

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Banana Bread

A moist cake that keeps well.

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Chelsea Buns

These are British sticky buns, with a bit of spice in the fruit filling.

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Cornish Saffron Buns

Saffron gives these fruit buns a light golden color and a subtle spicy flavor. Good with butter.

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Apple Muffins

These are best served straight from the oven for breakfast, but are also good in lunch boxes or with afternoon tea. Good with butter when...

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Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

Best eaten freshly made, this quick-to-make treat is perfect for brunch.

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Chocolate Muffins

These are sure to fix any chocolate cravings, and the buttermilk lends a delicious lightness to these muffins.

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Barm Brack

This Irish fruit bread is sometimes served for Halloween with little charms baked inside, which are supposed to forecast your luck for th...

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Pecan and Maple Tart

This sweet, crunchy pie is a true all-American dessert. This version uses maple syrup. Good with créme fraîche, whipped cream, or ice cream.

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Blueberry Cream Cheese Tart

Serve this in the summer when blueberries are at their peak.

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Almond and Quince Tart

Sweet-tart quince paste is available at specialty markets and in the Latino section of many supermarkets.

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Treacle Tart

A traditional British favorite.

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Prune and Almond Tart

A fabulous combination of fruit and nuts.

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Mince Pies

Mince pies are a must for many bakers at the holidays. These individual pies are perfect for gift-giving.

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Chocolate Chiffon Pie

Rich and indulgent, this pie offers a satisfying contrast between a light, smooth mousse-like filling and a crunchy crumb crust.

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Apple and Pear Galette

Sugar-coated fruit in pastry.

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Banana Cream Pie

This traditional American pie makes a rich and creamy end to any meal.

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Key Lime Pie

Key limes can now purchased at well-stocked markets during their winter and early spring season, but regular limes work, too.

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White Chocolate and Mascarpone Tarts

These pretty little tarts are ideal to serve, topped with fresh summer berries, at dinner parties.

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Silesian Poppy Tart

Tarts made with poppy seeds are popular in Eastern Europe.

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Lemon Tart

With its creamy lemon filling, this tart is perfect with seasonal fruit.

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Lemon Meringue Tart

With the contrast between the smooth, tart lemon filling and the fluffy meringue topping, this pie is certain to be a hit.

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Citrus Cream Tart

A refreshing variation on key lime pie, this is quick to make.

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Lenguas de Gato Cookies

Long and flat, these crisp cookies translate as "cat's tongues" in Spanish. Good with hot chocolate, chocolate mousse, or ice cream.

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Kaiserschmarrn

Legend says that this Austrian pancake was created for Emperor Franz Josef. Roughly translated as "Emperor's Mishmash," it is warming an...

(1 Votes)

Cannoli

These crisp pastries filled with candied fruits and ricotta cheese are a Sicilian speciality.

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Mini Chocolate Nut Pastries

Tasty bite-sized chocolate pastries'the perfect treat.

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Profiteroles

These little cream puffs, drizzled with chocolate sauce, are a deliciously decadent dessert.

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Cantucci

From Tuscany, these crisp, twice-baked almond cookies are ideal for dipping in glasses of coffee or vin santo after a meal.

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

These cookies are soft, chewy, and cakey, and perfect to fill up the cookie jar.

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Shortbread

This popular Scottish classic has become an essential for afternoon tea. Good with a freshly brewed pot of tea.

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Almond Spritz Cookies

These delicate, buttery, piped cookies are usually made at Christmas time.

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Raspberry Sables

Originating from Normandy, the name of these rich cookies comes from the French for "sand," as they have a light, crumbly texture. Good w...

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Oatmeal Cookies

If you're watching your saturated fats, try these cookies, made with oil instead of butter. Good with a glass of milk as an after-school ...

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Florentines

These crisp Italian cookies are loaded with fruits and nuts and coated with thin layers of luxurious dark chocolate.

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Macaroons

These cookies are crisp outside and slightly chewy inside. When storing, they tend to dry out—so just give in to temptation.

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Spitzbuben

Buttery rings sandwiched together with preserves, these are also called Ischl tartlets.

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Tuile Cookies

These light, crisp cookies curl up gently as they cool.

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Oatmeal Bars

These chewy bars, known as flapjacks in Britain, use only a few pantry ingredients.

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Chocolate Brownies

These chewy, but cakey brownies make a tempting snack.

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Gingerbread Cookies

Without the egg white glaze and nuts, you can use this dough to roll out and cut into shapes for holiday cookies.

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Dulce de Leche

This caramelized dessert sauce originated in Argentina but is now beloved all over the world.

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Rich Vanilla Buttercream Icing

Sweet vanilla icing will be the capping off a perfect dessert for a party or special occasion with friends. Homemade icing makes any dessert taste magnificent. This delicious recipe can be used to top off your favorite cupcake recipe or one of your many cake recipes. The icing is not only wonderful to ice the entire outside of the cake, but is also purposed to help sandwich cake layers together and serve as a delicious filling for any of your cake creations. Everybody needs a standby icing recipe for the many types of desserts they make and this one will hold up time and time again.

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Chocolate Dessert Sauce

Serve this sauce warm or cold over a variety of desserts. For best results, use a 70 percent dark chocolate. Good with ice cream, profite...

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Butterscotch Dessert Sauce

Rich and buttery, this sauce is a hit with young and old. Good with ice cream or for a treat, with pancakes stacked with whipped cream, s...

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Raspberry Coulis

This quick and easy fruit sauce is an excellent way to add a fresh flavor to many desserts. Good with poached pears, chocolate cake, mixe...

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Ginger Cream Sauce

This spiced custard sauce is great for dipping fruits, cookies, or even cubes of cake.

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Crème Pâtissière

This sweet pastry cream is a rich and creamy filling for fruit tarts and cream puffs.

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Crème Anglaise

This classic vanilla sauce is wonderful warm as a dessert sauce or chilled and poured over berries.

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Chocolate Custard

This is a rich sauce, that can be served hot or cold. Good with fresh fruit or poured over sponge cake.

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Rich Custard

Served warm or cold, this custard sauce is a great embellishment for many desserts. Good with hot pudding and fresh pies.

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Apple Pie

When you are short on time, use pre-made pie crusts. Including some Granny Smith apples will make a tangier pie. Good with a scoop of van...

(1 Votes)

Portuguese Apple Fritters

These light, batter-coated rings enclose tender apple, with the aromatic flavors of anise and cinnamon. Good with vanilla ice cream, or p...

(1 Votes)

Peach Gratin with Muscat Sabayon

Sabayon is really the French version of zabaglione'a warm dessert sauce that is as versatile as it is delicious.

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Pineapple Fritters

Crisp and juicy, these must be served immediately.

(1 Votes)

Viennese Apple Strudel

It doesn't matter if served warm or cold, apple strudel is always appreciated by lovers of fine desserts. Good with whipped cream.

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Baked Peaches with Marzipan and Almonds

You cannot beat the fresh fragrant flavor of ripe baked peaches oozing sweet juices. Good with crème fraîche.

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Plum Crumble

This late-summer dessert is suitable for both family suppers and dinner parties for friends. Good with ice cream or warm custard.

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Pears Poached in Wine

Wine gives a great depth of flavor to cooked fruit. Good with low-fat yogurt for a low-fat dessert, or with whipped cream or ice cream if...

(1 Votes)

French Apple Tart

Use two different apple varieties one to cook into a puree, and the other to create a sliced apple topping that holds its shape. Good wi...

(1 Votes)

Pear Gratin

A sophisticated, simple, and foolproof dessert.

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Bananas Flambèed with Calvados

Alcohol can boost and blend flavors, as shown in this simple dessert of bananas, citrus, and apple brandy. Good with vanilla or coconut i...

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Spiced Plum Compote

During their late summer to early autumn season, cook with plums often to make simple desserts like this one.

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Tarte Tatin

This French classic is an upside-down apple tart.

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Warm Fruit Compote

A good winter dessert when fresh fruit supplies are limited.

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Poached Apples with Ginger

This delightfully simple dessert can be served hot or cold. Good with a drizzle of fresh cream or a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

(1 Votes)

Spiced Baked Apple with Walnuts

This great winter warmer is easy to prepare. Good with large spoonfuls of crème fraîche or vanilla ice cream, or with créme anglaise.

(1 Votes)

Baked Pears in Marsala

Serve this easy Italian dessert comfortingly warm from the oven or bracingly chilled. Good with ladyfingers or Amaretti cookies.

(1 Votes)

Blueberry Cobbler

An old-fashioned summer dessert. Good with whipped cream or ice cream.

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Caramelized Autumn Fruits

This is a great way to turn autumn fruits into a delicious dessert. Good with crème fraîche or ice cream; poured over individual baked me...

(1 Votes)

Apple Charlotte

This British hot fruit dessert was created for Queen Charlotte.

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Apple Yogurt Compote

Served hot, warm, or cold, this is the simplest of desserts. Good with ice cream, cream, or evaporated milk instead of the whipped cream.

(1 Votes)

Mediterranean Lasagna

For all of you vegetarians or people who seek to have vegetables as a central ingredient, this Mediterranean Lasagna is a dish that cannot be missed. It brings you the flavors of Mediterranean cooking, while still enjoying the base ingredients of an Italian favorite. Fresh eggplant cut up, in season in the spring and summer along with red bell peppers and portobello mushrooms, which bring a stronger flavor to the dish, add a healthy and fresh taste to the traditional cheeses and marinara foundation. Lasagna is a great dish for a larger party and can be more economical to feed a large amount of people. Bake this dish and enjoy a lighter version of an old classic.

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Chicken and Noodle Stir-fry

A colorful Chinese favorite, packed with contrasting flavors and textures.

(1 Votes)

Spaghetti with Clams

This light pasta dish has the classic sauce of white wine and garlic with toasted bread crumbs.

(1 Votes)

Chicken and Chickpea Pilaf

This one-pot rice dish is full of flavor and is easy to make.

(1 Votes)

Lentil Salad with Lemon and Almonds

Preserved lemons are available at Mediterranean grocers. Good with grilled lamb chops, or with firm oily fish, such as swordfish or macke...

(1 Votes)

Seafood Paella

This Spanish rice dish has many regional variations. This version contains a delicious mix of seafood.

(1 Votes)

Hoppin' John

This is a traditional dish from the South.

(1 Votes)

Couscous Royale

This richly spiced dish makes a colorful Moroccan feast.

(1 Votes)

Mushroom Risotto

For the best results, choose a dark, richly flavored mushroom, such as cremini or portobello, to make this risotto.

(1 Votes)

Quinoa Tabbouleh

Whole grain quinoa makes a tasty and healthy summer salad. Be sure to rinse it well in a fine sieve before cooking.

(1 Votes)

Kasha with Vegetables

Vegetarians can look forward to this kasha dish, similar to risotto, for a delicious main course at your next family dinner or get-together. This recipe, which is based around buckwheat groats, gives you the fiber you have been craving, while filling you up and leaving you satisfied. You also will get your full allotment of vegetables including onions, carrots and mushrooms. Goat cheese is an added bonus. White wine added in will give it a sweetness and help finish off a vegetarian delight that will not disappoint each time you prepare it.

(1 Votes)

Puy Lentils with Goat Cheese, Olives, and Fresh Thyme

French Puy lentils hold their shape during cooking, and lend an attractive look to rustic lentil recipes. Good with grilled spicy sausage...

(1 Votes)

Kedgeree

This Anglo-Indian brunch dish is traditionally made with smoked haddock, but you can use all fresh salmon if you wish. Good with triangle...

(1 Votes)

Jambalaya

This one-pot meal captures the spicy flavors of Louisiana.

(1 Votes)

German Bread Dumplings

This recipe is traditionally served with soups and stews.

(1 Votes)

Spiced Pilaf

Subtly spiced, this versatile rice dish can be served hot or cold.

(1 Votes)

Kasha Pilaf

A refreshing change from rice, this makes a tasty side dish.

(1 Votes)

Egg Fried Rice

This popular Chinese-style rice dish is an excellent way to use up leftover rice. Good with all stir-fried dishes, such as beef with pepp...

(1 Votes)

Egg Noodles with Lemongrass and Herbs

Serve these fragrant noodles with simply roasted chicken or pork.

(1 Votes)

Lemon Rice

This is a wonderful side dish from south India.

(1 Votes)

Porcini Polenta

Using dried mushrooms guarantees a rich, earthy flavor, which is ideal for serving alongside the subtle-tasting polenta. Good with a mixe...

(1 Votes)

Spanish Lentils

This Spanish lentil dish gets its deep flavor from chorizo, bacon, and paprika. Good with rustic bread.

(1 Votes)

Polenta

Smooth and unctuous, soft polenta is the perfect foil for northern Italian dishes with meaty sauces.

(1 Votes)

Chinese Rice Porridge

Known in Asia as Rice Congee or Jook, it is eaten for breakfast in China when the weather is cold.

(1 Votes)

Thai Coconut Rice

Traditional flavorings of coconut and kaffir lime leaves enliven plain rice to create this popular Asian accompaniment.

(1 Votes)

Rice and Peas

This dish is a staple throughout the Caribbean. Pigeon peas can be found in the Latino section of the market. Good with grilled or roaste...

(1 Votes)

Risotto Balls

Crispy on the outside, and soft and creamy on the inside, these tasty rice balls make an unusual side dish, or can be served as a party n...

(1 Votes)

German Potato Dumplings

These light but sustaining dumplings are great for soaking up the delicious gravy from hearty casseroles and spicy goulashes. Good with s...

(1 Votes)

Couscous with Pine Nuts and Almonds

A tasty alternative to rice; serve hot as a side dish or cold as a salad. Good with grilled meats, chicken, or fish.

(1 Votes)

Potato Gnocchi

These light-as-air potato dumplings, served with a simple sage and butter sauce, make a good supper dish.

(1 Votes)

Rice Timbales

Lightly spiced rice can be pressed into ramekins to make an eye-catching side dish.

(1 Votes)

Semolina Dumplings

These little dumplings are added to many a Bavarian soup, and you may want to follow suit.

(1 Votes)

Spiced Orzo with Spinach

Orzo is a tiny soup pasta which looks similar to rice. It makes an ideal side dish for Mediterranean-style dishes.

(1 Votes)

Cabbage Rolls

These vegetarian cabbage rolls are lighter than the traditional version. Good with crusty bread, sautéed potatoes, or brown rice.

(1 Votes)

Celery Root Timbales

An elegant way of serving an often neglected root vegetable.

(1 Votes)

Chile Tofu Stir-Fry

This quick and easy dish takes advantage of tofu's ability to take on other flavors.

(1 Votes)

Roasted Beet and Feta Salad

Deep magenta with accents of white and green, serve this salad as a side dish or a first course. Good with grilled lamb or steak, or on i...

(1 Votes)

Chiles en Nogada

Heart-shaped green poblano chiles are traditionally used for this recipe, but substitute ordinary green peppers if you cannot find them.

(1 Votes)

Baked Stuffed Tomatoes

Large and meaty beefsteak tomatoes are perfect for filling.

(1 Votes)

Vegetable Kebabs

Cook these under the broiler or on a barbecue. Good with a leafy salad for a light vegetarian lunch, or alongside grilled meat or fish.

(1 Votes)

Parmesan Cheese and Walnut Tart

Here is a really nice recipe to use for an upcoming lunch or brunch. Parmesan Cheese Walnut Tart is a nice main dish that can be paired with a salad for a light and nutritious meal. Tarts are amazingly pretty to look at and really add some sophistication to any occasion. The cheese and potato filling is satisfying yet not heavy as a meal. Although the walnuts add a nice flavor, the tart can also be made without them for those who are allergic to nuts. This is also a nice dish for vegetarians.

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Vegetable Curry

In Indian cooking, cardamom, cloves, coriander, and cumin seeds are all considered "warming spices" that heat the body from within, makin...

(1 Votes)

Stuffed Red Peppers

Use rice and herbs as the stuffing in place of meat.

(1 Votes)

Potato and Fennel Pancakes with Mushrooms

Combine oyster mushrooms with the creminis, if you wish. Good with a green salad.

(1 Votes)

Tofu and Mushroom Stroganoff

This recipe gives the traditional stroganoff a tasty vegetarian twist by substituting tofu chunks for the meat.

(1 Votes)

Olive, Thyme, and Onion Tart

As the pastry shell is not prebaked, this savory tart is easier to prepare than most.

(1 Votes)

Stuffed Eggplants

Turkish legend says these eggplants once made a holy man faint, so they are called imanbayildi ("the holy man swooned"). Good with an her...

(1 Votes)

Vegetable Biryani

A satisfying dish that both vegetarians and meat-eaters will enjoy.

(1 Votes)

Vegetable Moussaka

Lentils replace the lamb, and yogurt is a light alternative to béchamel sauce, in this vegetarian version of a Greek favorite. Good with ...

(1 Votes)

Vegetable Tempura

Making the batter with all-purpose flour and iced water helps to guarantee a delicate, light finish.

(1 Votes)

Eggplant Parmigiana

This is one of Italy's most popular dishes and a great choice for vegetarians. Good with a simple salad as a main meal.

(1 Votes)

Leek and Cheese Tart

Also known in France as flamiche, this savory puff pastry tart can be served for brunch, lunch, or supper. Good with mixed greens or a to...

(1 Votes)

Squash and Gorgonzola Tart

This works well with either creamy Gorgonzola dolce, or the firmer, sharper piccante variety.

(1 Votes)

Carrot and Parsnip Puree with Fresh Tarragon

This rich, creamy puree can be made lighter with reduced calories by using vegetable stock instead of milk or cream. Good with all roast ...

(1 Votes)

Braised Red Cabbage with Apple

Most cabbage varieties are best cooked quickly, but red cabbage is an exception, benefiting from long, slow cooking. Good with roast meat...

(1 Votes)

Deep-fried Zucchini

Crisp and delicious, you could make a double batch of these fritters for a party platter.Good with a little dish of your favorite dipping...

(1 Votes)

Grilled Vegetables

Perfect for summer, these vegetables are easy to prepare and go well with any main dish.Good with barbecued or grilled steaks or chops.

(1 Votes)

Corn on the Cob

An herb and garlic butter makes a flavorful coating for this popular vegetable.

(1 Votes)

Ratatouille

This popular Mediterranean dish is delicious hot or cold. Good with a bowl of grated cheese for sprinkling, over hot ratatouille, or a b...

(1 Votes)

Roasted Acorn Squash

This winter squash has a sweet, slightly dry flavor. Good with roast meat, especially roast loin of pork or baked ham.

(1 Votes)

Baked Zucchini with Parmesan

Baked Zucchini with Parmesan is a cheesy and flavorful side dish recipe that anyone will enjoy making. This is one of the easiest vegetable side dish recipes you will ever make because it can be made in only 20 minutes with five ingredients. Halved zucchini are seasoned with olive oil, salt, and pepper before getting topped with a scrumptious combination of Parmesan cheese and minced garlic. The zucchini are then baked until golden brown and tender. Serve this Baked Zucchini with Parmesan alongside chicken, beef, or fish for an amazing meal.

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Brussels Sprouts with Orange

Fresh orange zest, along with orange and lime juices add a burst of sunshine to this winter vegetable. Good with roasted turkey, ham, or ...

(1 Votes)

Cauliflower Gratin

A great comfort food side dish that works equally well as a vegetarian main course. Good with any roast meat or grilled sausages.

(1 Votes)

Belgian Endive with Thyme

Slow cooking reduces endive's natural bitterness. Good with grilled lamb chops.

(1 Votes)

Chickpeas with Spinach

This Chickpeas with Spinach recipe is a great dish for vegetarian meals. Chickpeas are a great source of protein and this lightly spiced vegetarian recipe is sure to become a fast favorite at family gatherings. The bread crumbles help to make it filling enough to enjoy as a main dish, but it would also work well as a side dish or appetizer. While some Spanish recipes contain heavy flavors that might be too intense for a picky eater, this chickpea recipe is light and savory - it would make for a meal that pleases kids and adults alike.

(1 Votes)

Bok Choy with Oyster Sauce

Baby bok choy look more attractive but regular bok choy can be used if cut crosswise into thick slices first. Good with a variety of Chi...

(1 Votes)

Brown Sugar Meringues

Brown sugar adds a lovely caramel flavor to the meringues. Good with whipped cream, as a filling sandwiched between the meringues, and dr...

(1 Votes)

Quindim

This sweet, creamy and very rich dessert is a popular party dish in Brazil.

(1 Votes)

Lemon Meringue Roulade

This traditional filling is given a new twist in this impressive dessert.

(1 Votes)

Quarkspeise

Easy to make, this simple dessert has a soft texture and can be served with your favorite seasonal fruits.

(1 Votes)

Floating Islands

In this delicious French dessert, Iles Flottantes, meringues poached in milk float on top of vanilla-flavored custard.

(1 Votes)

Chocolate Bavarian Creams

These rich chocolate puddings get their light texture from whipped cream. Good with whipped cream or crème anglaise flavored with grated ...

(1 Votes)

Sweet Lassi

There is no better way of cooling down a fiery curry than with a tall glass of chilled lassi.

(1 Votes)

Classic Crème Brûlée

A classic dessert; its name is French for "burnt cream."

(1 Votes)

Paskha

This Easter dish from Russia is traditionally made in a tall wooden container, but a new flowerpot is used here.

(1 Votes)

Lemon and Praline Meringues

These individual cakes should be assembled at the last minute.

(1 Votes)

Chocolate Marquise

This very rich chocolate mousse has a velvety texture and is delicious served with tart summer berries. Good with a big bowl of mixed ber...

(1 Votes)

Crème Caramel

Be sure to make this a few hours before serving to chill the custards and make them easier to remove from the ramekins.

(1 Votes)

Tiramisu

One of Italy's favorite desserts, this luscious dessert gets its name, which means "pick-me-up," from the espresso.

(1 Votes)

Vanilla Cheesecake

This rich yet light cheesecake is guaranteed to be a crowd pleaser.Good with sliced strawberries or other seasonal berries, sprinkled wi...

(1 Votes)

Panna Cotta with Strawberry Purée

Seasonal fruits complement this creamy Italian dessert. Good with fresh fruit salad instead of the berry puée, or purée mango pulp in pla...

(1 Votes)

Lemon Poppy Seed Cheesecake with Berry Puree

Light and fluffy, this Lemon Poppy Seed Cheesecake with Berry Puree is unlike any cheesecake recipes you've tried before. The bright lemon flavor is perfect for warmer weather, and since this cheesecake isn't as dense as the ones you're probably used to, you can enjoy it at any time. Use seasonal berries for the puree to really take advantage of the season and provide a pleasing pop of color! This easy cheesecake recipe is bound to be a hit with your family and friends.

(1 Votes)

Chocolate Rice Pudding

Based on the Portuguese rice pudding known as arroz doce, this version gets extra flair from chocolate.

(1 Votes)

Buttermilk Panna Cotta

This custardy dessert from Piedmonte in Italy translates as "cooked cream" although the cream is barely heated.

(1 Votes)

Strawberry Cheesecake

This no-bake cheesecake takes very little time to make.

(1 Votes)

Chocolate Milk Shake "Float"

For the best flavor, use your favorite chocolate to make your milk shake.

(1 Votes)

Fruit Mousse

Make this delicious and versatile dessert with your favorite summer berries. Good with a garnish of fresh berries and perhaps a dollop of...

(1 Votes)

Strawberry Semifreddo

This is Italian ice cream with a twist; texture and sweetness are added with crushed meringues.

(1 Votes)

Zesty Lemon Granita

Refreshing and not too sweet, this is a delicious dessert after a rich main course, or a cooling treat on a hot day. Good with a small sw...

(1 Votes)

Espresso Granita

The texture of granitas should be finely granular, like snow.

(1 Votes)

Vanilla Ice Cream

Nothing beats creamy homemade vanilla ice cream; you'll keep coming back for more. Good with fresh berries, or biscotti crumbled into the...

(1 Votes)

White Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

With white chocolate chips in a rich, dark chocolate ice cream, this is double-chocolate heaven.

(1 Votes)

Orange Sorbet

Brightly colored and vibrantly flavored, a citrus sorbet is a satisfying summer dessert.

(1 Votes)

Orange SorbetBrightly color...

Brightly colored and vibrantly flavored, a citrus sorbet is a satisfying summer dessert.

(1 Votes)

Saffron Kulfi

Kulfi is a kind of ice cream that is eaten all over India. This recipe uses condensed milk for convenience.

(1 Votes)

Tropical Strawberry Ice Cream

Creamy and delicious, this strawberry ice cream is enhanced with the tropical flavors of coconut, rum, and lime.

(1 Votes)

Cassata Gelato

This version of the Sicilian frozen dessert is loaded with fruit and utterly irresistible.

(1 Votes)

Coffee and Pistachio Semifreddo

You can make this luxuriously smooth Italian ice cream without an ice cream maker.

(1 Votes)

Knickerbocker Glory

A truly glorious sundae with chocolate and strawberry ice cream, peaches, and strawberry topping.

(1 Votes)

Mango Sorbet

The recipe outlined here, with ripe mangos, is just a template for making refreshing sorbet with other seasonal fruits.

(1 Votes)

Pistachio Ice Cream

Pistachio is rightfully one of the most popular ice cream flavors.

(1 Votes)

Sticky Lemon Cake

The combination of fresh lemon juice and yogurt gives this cake a wonderfully fresh taste and moist texture.

(1 Votes)

Whole Wheat Carrot Cake

This delicious, fiber-rich cake has a healthful profile.

(1 Votes)

Almond and Orange Cake

This cake does not need flour or butter, so it's great for people on restricted diets.

(1 Votes)

Marble Cake

The marbled effect is a clever swirl of plain and chocolate batters.

(1 Votes)

Stollen

This rich, fruity, yeast bread, originally from Germany, is a great addition to your holiday baking.

(1 Votes)

French Almond Financiers

So-called because these cakes are said to resemble gold bars.

(1 Votes)

Chocolate Roulade

Serve during the holidays as the French classic bûche de Noël.

(1 Votes)

Victoria Sponge Cake

This light sponge cake is perfect with tea.

(1 Votes)

Madeleines

These little treats were made famous by writer Marcel Proust.

(1 Votes)

Chocolate Almond Cake

A dense, moist cake with a rich ganache topping.

(1 Votes)

Panforte

This famous cake from Siena, Italy, dates from the 13th century.

(1 Votes)

Sachertorte

Sachertorte is the epitome of fine Viennese baking, a rich chocolate cake glazed with a thin layer of apricot preserves and a finishing c...

(1 Votes)

Marzipan Oranges

Serve in petits fours cases after dinner with coffee.

(1 Votes)

Angel Food Cake

Serve this light-as-air cake with your favorite summer berries

(1 Votes)

Apple Fruit Cake

In Britain, this dense fruit cake is a popular choice for celebrations. This may just be the best fruit cake you ever had.

(1 Votes)

Honey Cake

A sweet cake with the delicate taste of honey.

(1 Votes)

Chocolate Chip Cupcakes

Children will enjoy decorating these with favorite toppings.

(1 Votes)

Raspberry Cupcakes

Elegant cakes that are perfect with after-dinner coffee.

(1 Votes)

Vanilla Cupcakes

Colored buttercream icing and simple decorations transform these humble cupcakes into treats fit for a celebration.

(1 Votes)

Sausage Rolls

Serve these at a cocktail party, they are a sure bet to disappear.

(1 Votes)

Smoked Chicken Mousse on Endive

Simple to make, these elegant hors d'oeuvres look wonderful and taste great.

(1 Votes)

Melon and Nectarines with Parma Ham

Prosciutto is the Italian word for ham, Parma ham being a type of air-cured ham

(1 Votes)

Seven Grain Bread

Full of healthful goodness, this chewy bread includes seven grains, but there is some flexibility. If you don't have one of the grains, ...

(1 Votes)

Walnut Bread

In France, this savory bread is a traditional accompaniment to the cheese course.

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Herb and Olive Bread

Bursting with Mediterranean flavors, this bread is delicious dipped in olive oil.

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Braided Fruit Bread

This rich fruit bread makes a lovely afternoon treat and it's also great toasted.

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Brioche

The ideal morning bread.

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