Pops of fresh ginger wake up your senses in this easy-breezy fruit classic. Here, we make it in a skillet for a quicker method that starts on the stove top while the oven is heating up. Cold leftovers pair well with coffee on the patio the next morning, too.
Not your average quinoa bowl, this version spoons a warm sesame sauce spiked with refreshing orange over wild salmon and a bevy of tender veggies.
This creamy appetizer, one of Pamela Saltzman’s go-tos, is ready to serve in about 20 minutes. (She calls it “one of the best things you’ll ever eat.”) Make sure you use sheep’s or goat’s milk feta, which are more digestible than the cow’s milk version.
This childhood favorite is so easy to make from scratch – no need to use a canned soup as a starter. We make ours with fresh chopped vegetables and a simple base of flour, broth and cream. And the dough? We skip it and use packaged phyllo dough instead; simply scrunch it and brush it with oil before baking.
This homemade aioli with zesty lemon and fresh dill brightens up this simple roasted salmon with potatoes and asparagus.