The perfect dish for early spring, when temperatures are still cool enough to warrant a warming soup, but sunny evenings have you craving something bright and fresh.
Turmeric and coconut milk combine their superpowered flavors in this dish to create a satisfying broth for tender rice noodles, while coriander-roasted cauliflower and tofu pack each bite with flavor and texture. Feel free to improvise your own toppings - the noodles and broth themselves are fairly simple to make, creating a great weeknight base for any leftover roasted chicken or veggies sitting in the fridge. You can also substitute salt or light soy sauce for the fish sauce, and sugar for the honey to create a completely vegetarian or vegan dish.
Marinade + Toppings:
Noodles + Broth:
A creamy, warmly-spiced drink that makes a great caffeine-free substitute for a latte.
There’s a small restaurant chain in Los Angeles called Zankou Chicken that is well known for its super secret chicken shawarma recipe, which is crispy and juicy and beautifully spiced and comes with a crazy-good garlic sauce that will make your breath reek for at least the next few hours if not days.
Subtle hints of classic pumpkin pie spices complement the sweet squash undertones of this perfectly-sweet pumpkin cheesecake.
Rice bowls are starting to be a big thing these days, and there's a good reason. Take something a little saucy, something with some great texture, something with protein or some bite to it, arrange on top of rice, add the condiments of your choice, and enjoy your healthy, delicious, and filling meal!
Father's Day is coming up this weekend, and you know what that means -- big, tasty breakfast time! If you're going for a savory situation, with bacon, eggs, toast, and whatever else Dad loves, this is a great recipe to add a touch of sweetness to the end.
A quick shirmp dish that builds flavor through the use of Asian aromatics, earthy turmeric, and spicy chili flakes. Combined with a refreshing slaw, it just needs a side of rice to make a complete meal.
It's almost Memorial Day, and you know what that means -- time to take the cover off your grill, stock up on the charcoal and propane, and fill your grocery cart with your favorite pieces of meat and grillable vegetables.
This is it, folks. This is the perfect, unexpected, amazing vegetable soup, adapted from Michael Solomonov’s beast of a cookbook Zahav. This recipe is the perfect example of his brilliant and unusual use of commonplace spices and other ingredients.
Have you ever heard of sumac? If you live in the American South, you may think of it as a weed. But hopefully after making this recipe, you will now think of it as a delicious weed.