Prefer herbed foccacia or ciabatta? Go ahead and replace the whole-wheat. Great on the side no matter what kind of bread: potato chips or onion rings.
For not-so-strict dieters, substitute maltitol syrup with honey or any sugar-free syrup. Bake the cheesecakes using a water bath—place the pan with cheesecake mixture in a larger, shallow pan of boiling water.
Deadlines looming? This high protein salad in pita, filled with the good carbs, will definitely keep your energy at a productive level.
To make it successfully, you must slowly render fat from the chicken. It's best to simmer slowly over very low heat on the smallest burner on your range. When all the flavors are released, they combine with the Worcestershire sauce, soda, and tomato sauce to create a depth of taste you won’t be able to describe. The dried marjoram even takes it up a notch! What you get is a sweet, sour, savory flavor. Yum! The bonus? It's even better the day after! Just let it rest in the refrigerator.
The flavor from the seafood is what gives this sauce its personality, so make sure to get the best and freshest you can.
A medley of five different herbs takes this savory vegetarian dish up several notches. It's packed with so much flavor, we promise you won't miss the beef.
Add a fiery flavor boost to egg noodles with this delectable, chili-infused sauce. Dress it up even more with marinated beef slices and mixed vegetables for a lip-smacking treat.
The secret's in the sauce! Baste the usual ribs with this coffee spiked barbecue sauce for a lip smackin' good meal.
Looking for an elegant, make-ahead appetizer for your next gathering? These crisp savory bundles will surely tickle your guests’ appetite.
Cooking can be a chore with the summer heat. Keep your cool with this no-cook, deliciously healthy wrap. For variety, change the chicken to ham, turkey, or any cold cut of choice.
These double deckers are perfect for a laid-back brunch on a lazy weekend morning.
The word "tikka" refers to chunks or cutlets. In this recipe, chicken fillets are marinated in a spicy yogurt mixture, then grilled and simmered in a flavorful sauce. Serve with flatbread for mopping up the sauce and wiping the plate clean!
Spinach really ups the iron in this salad. Serve with warm, crusty bread on the side to make it a complete meal.
Easy, healthy, and flavorful—just how your rice bowl should be! Combine the lightly seasoned, Thai-inspired topping with nutritious brown rice for a filling and delicious meal.
When you need something hearty and fast, try this medley of rice, sausages, and vegetables—it’s so ready in minutes!
Here's an easy way to turn ordinary leftover bread into something quite wonderful.
Take this dessert to gourmet heights by scooping french vanilla ice cream into a martini glass and topping it with a piece or two of these spice-scented apple turnovers.
On your next grill night, serve this baked dish as a delicious accompaniment to ribs or steaks. For a heartier take, try tossing in some boneless chicken chunks into the vegetable mix.
Make these sweet, pillowy circles—plus your pick of the glaze—in the comfort of your own kitchen.
Featuring crispy prawns and sweet chunks of fruit, this Asian favorite makes for a light yet satisfying lunch. To retain the crunch, fry the prawns just before serving.
Cook a big batch of rice because you’ll surely take bite after bite of this robust dish! Tone down the heat by lessening the amount of chilies and by scraping off the seeds and membrane.
Looking for something lean and healthy? Give pork a try. And don't skip the curing process—it's the secret to juicy, flavorful meal.
Paired with pasta cooked in a slightly tangy tomato-based sauce, this sophisticated dish will go well with a glass of your favorite white wine.
Make this Jap-joint favorite right in your own kitchen. The secret? Don’t settle for regular mayo—make sure to use the Japanese kind.