Search Results

Showing only recipes by “Susan Spungen.”

Click Search when you're done! (or just hit ENTER)
15417
potato-tostones

Potato “Tostones”

These twice-cooked potatoes remind me of plantain tostones that are fried, smashed, and then fried again. Here the potatoes are steamed f...

15418
semolina-garlic-bread

Semolina Garlic Bread

Garlic bread was one of the first things I learned to cook as a kid. I like to think I’ve improved on it here by grilling bread slices, r...

15422
golden-chicken-stock

Golden Chicken Stock

If I go to the trouble of making homemade stock--and I do because it is well worth the effort--I want to get some poached chicken for sal...

15425
radicchio-and-prosciutto-pizza

Radicchio and Prosciutto Pizza

Radicchio makes a good pizza topping since it doesn’t require any precooking. It will lose some of its color in the oven, but not its fla...

15426
basic-pizza-dough

Basic Pizza Dough

This basic dough is used for the pizzas in this book. If you want to make it a day ahead of time, it will only improve in flavor as it ri...

15427
roasted-tomato-tart

Roasted Tomato Tart

Most of the tomatoes’ moisture evaporates when they are slow-roasted, concentrating their flavor and making them ideal for using in a tar...

15428
tart-dough

Tart Dough

This versatile dough can be handled in three ways for slightly different results. For most recipes, such as the Caramelized Onion and Bac...

15429
slow-roasted-tomatoes

Slow Roasted Tomatoes

Any size or type of tomato can be slow-roasted but the timing will vary depending on the size and juiciness of each tomato; just look for...

15431
caramel-apple-tart

Caramel Apple Tart

Too often the apples become soggy in a tarte Tatin, the famous upside-down apple tart. By turning the tart right side up again, the apple...

15432
home-made-creme-fraiche

Home Made Crème Fraîche

Crème fraîche is similar to sour cream, but it has a nutty, buttery flavor all its own. Unlike sour cream, crème fraîche can be boiled wi...

close

Cookstr search makes finding recipes easy. Here’s how it works:

You can start out with a basic search – such as recipe, ingredient or chef – or try an advanced search by taste, texture, occasion, course, budget, skill level, and many more! Just click the ‘advanced search’ button on the orange search side-menu to expand the full list of search options.

At any time in your search, you can further refine results by checking off additional advanced search categories, and change the order in which results are sorted, by clicking the ‘relevance’, ‘newest’ or ‘chef/author’ buttons directly above your search results.

You can also type a keyword directly into the search bar that fits into any of these categories, and beyond!

Use your imagination - you might be surprised at what you find.

Already a member? Sign in here
Close_overlay

Sign up to Cookstr!

  • Receive a free, handpicked selection of recipes in your inbox weekly
  • Save, share and comment on your favorite recipes in My Cookstr
  • Get updates on new cookbooks, Cookstr features, and other exclusives we know you'll love
Spinner
By signing up you accept the
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
New to Cookstr? Sign up here
Close_overlay

Sign in to Cookstr

Keep me logged in
close
Thanks for commenting!
Would you like to share your comment on Facebook or Twitter?