Cooking your potatoes twice might seem like double the effort, but once you’ve tried this technique, you’ll never want a potato any other way. The trick is…
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Every year around Valentine’s Day, the idea of the “Engagement Chicken” takes the internet by storm. The theory is that it’s a roast chicken that is so good, that your partner will be instantly compelled to “lock it down.” Well, ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce the Goodtaste Engagement Chicken.
These customizable baguette boats are like a short cut quiche! The exterior of the baguette gets toasty and golden brown, while the egg inside is rich and creamy.
Yes, you read that right: Peanut. Butter. Cup. Brownies. We’ve taken our favorite candy and sandwiched it in the king of chocolatey desserts. The result is a super gooey, salty-sweet brownie with pockets of creamy peanut butter.
Cooking en papillote is a no-fuss, simple way to cook fish that doesn’t make a mess out of your kitchen. In this recipe, we use cod, blood orange and fennel with salty olives and capers for an aromatic dish that will transport you right to the French coast.
What is better than an impressive, dinner party-worthy dish that also has low-fuss, weeknight ease? This one-skillet dish combines seared sausages and tender sweet apples with crisp bitter greens and toasty walnut vinaigrette.
This hearty grilled dinner salad is our new favorite way to use up an abundance of in-season produce, no matter the time of year.
Although available year-round, eggplant is at its peak in the summer and early fall. But when the weather is hot and the outdoors are calling, who wants to spend the time and effort breading and frying? This recipe has all the flavors of a classic eggplant parmesan, but in an easy, lightened-up, weeknight-friendly package.
It’s an incredibly easy way to whip up breakfast for the whole family in one fell swoop! Every component, from the fresh-baked bread to the eggs, are cooked in the oven – no toasting, frying or scrambling required.
Print Recipe Cacio e Pepe Popcorn Cacio e pepe is one of the simplest, but most satisfying meals. Meaning literally “cheese and pepper” in Italian, we’ve taken the backbones of this humble Italian pasta and applied the winning combination of fruity cracked peppercorns and salty aged cheese to good ol’ popcorn. While you can use […]
Print Recipe Honey-Baked Brie with Rosemary Think of this baked brie kind of like a one-step fondue! It’s so easy, we’re not even sure we can call it a recipe. The top rind of the Brie is scored with a knife for easy dipping (and extra presentation points) and then brushed with floral honey helping […]
Print Recipe Hasselback Potato Gratin with Winter Herbs and Fontina Let us introduce you to the potato dish that will steal the show at your next holiday feast: Hasselback Potato Gratin. This crispy, cheesy, über-decadent casserole is a happy mash-up of a potato gratin and accordion-cut hasselback potatoes. The trick is to thinly slice the […]
Mac-and-cheese just became a weeknight possibility thanks to this easy no-roux recipe. Traditionally, mac-and-cheese begins with a béchamel sauce that is thickened by a butter and flour roux. In this version, we skip the roux all-together and use good ol’ American cheese.
This over-the-top tomato sandwich is inspired by one from Turkey & The Wolf in New Orleans. For added crunch, roasted sunflower seeds are liberally sprinkled on the sliced bread, creating a nice contrast with the juicy sliced tomatoes.
This is the ultimate lazy summer dinner. When cherry and sun gold tomatoes are bursting with flavor, slice them and let sit with olive oil and a touch of vinegar. The sweet juices seep out and make an incredible sauce. This is better the longer you can let it sit, but in a pinch you can marinate the tomatoes while you boil the water and cook the pasta. Toss the drained, hot pasta directly into the bowl with the tomatoes and the residual heat from the noodles will gently cook the tomatoes and garlic. This dish is bright, elegant and effortless.