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Braised Chestnuts

To shell chestnuts, cut slits or crisscross gashes in the flat sides of the chestnuts and drop them into boiling water for a minute or tw...

by Marion Cunningham


Boiled, Grilled, or Roasted Chestnuts

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

by Mark Bittman

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Chestnut, Onion, and Pear Sauté

This sweet-savory winter dish of roasted chestnuts, onions, and fresh pears is wonderful with meats that are rich in flavor, like lamb or...

by Michele Urvater


Bittersweet Chocolate and Chestnut Truffles

These divine chocolates are really like the soft, melting insides of other truffles. They have an elusive mellow flavour, due to the addi...

by Regan Daley


Chestnut Triangles with Cranberry Sauce

This rich chestnut dish is perfect for Thanksgiving. Canned chestnut puree is available in some food stores, but if unavailable, make you...

by Deborah Gray


Chestnut Ravioli with Sage Browned Butter

Coarsely chop chestnuts.Cook pancetta in 3 tablespoons butter in a large heavy saucepan over moderate heat, stirring, until crisp on edge...

by Ruth Reichl


Chestnut Doughnut Holes

These are a delightful alternative to the gluten- and dairy-laden doughnut hole.

by Barbara Kafka


Chestnut and Pancetta Stuffing

Chestnuts give this traditional poultry stuffing a sweet, nutty flavor.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Whole Braised Chestnuts

Preheat oven to 325 degrees.Place the chestnuts in the casserole or baking dish. Beat the starch mixture into the stock or bouillon an...

by Julia Child


Farro with Butternut Squash and Chestnuts

Cultivated in western Tuscany, in the area known as the Garfagnana, and in the Abruzzo to the east, farro is an early variety of wheat. T...

by Joyce Goldstein


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