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Massaman coconut curry chicken tacos

This midweek chicken dish uses canned curry paste and smooth coconut milk to make a supper in just 20 minutes. Each step in this deceptively basic cuisine coaxes maximum flavor from a small number of ingredients: The curry paste’s flavor is concentrated by toasting it in the pan, searing the chicken in the mixture ensures […]

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Seared Scallop Blanquette

For us, spring means putting away the dark sauces and focusing on light and green ingredients. We were inspired by the French blanquette, a creamy white sauce stew made with veal. The veal was replaced with plump sea scallops, and the dish was brightened with verdant, seasonal asparagus. A blanquette is traditionally thickened with egg […]

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Caribbean Broiled Salmon

Broiling salmon is one of the fastest and most moist methods to prepare it. It keeps the interior delicate while heating the exterior. When you make this jerk salmon, your house could smell like a Caribbean charcoal barbecue. Don’t be concerned if the salmon darkens significantly while it cooks; this indicates that it’s almost done. […]

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Charcoal Grilled BBQ Beef Ribs

These ribs are grilled right before serving, giving them a crisp, charred exterior and an enticing smell of wood smoke, outstanding! The Ribs 2 kg beef short ribsSea salt2 tablespoons vegetable oil1 medium onion, finely chopped2 carrots, finely chopped5 cloves garlic, peeled5 stalks lemon grass, trimmed1 two-inch piece ginger, cut 1 cup soy sauce½ cup dark […]

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Nick’s Southern-style Pecan Pie

Because most recipes call for a cup or cup and a half of corn syrup, the classic version is cloyingly sweet. However, you can use a combination of mild honey (like clover or acacia) and Golden Syrup, which has a wonderful flavor that is almost like light molasses, instead of corn syrup. You won’t get […]

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Your-style Seafood Pasta With Tomato and Sicilian Olives

Consider this a midweek fish stew with pasta as opposed to a seafood spaghetti. It’s incredibly adaptable: You may use any seafood you like, including but not limited to shellfish like mussels, clams, or shrimp, and firm-fleshed white fish like cod, halibut, or flounder. The key is to keep the garlic tomatoes saucy enough to […]

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FOC Restaurant, Singapore – Stylish Spanish Cuisine

In an international city such as Singapore, one would expect that the hodgepodge of restaurants would contain a few decent Spanish restaurants. But in reality they are few and far between, until FOC came along. The team at FOC has created one of the island’s best Spanish tapas restaurants, with killer small plates and beautiful […]

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Tempura Shrimp Gambas

When I created this dish my intention was to create a fusion of tempura shrimp and a shrimp popper. The light tempura batter goes perfect with garlic mayo and a zesty sprinkle of freshly squeezed lime juice. A wonderful addition to any dinner spread! Serves 3-4 Ingredients Peanut oil for frying500 grams peeled shrimp1 ½ […]

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Meatballs Parmigiana The Real Deal

Whether you serve it over spaghetti, in a sandwich roll, or straight from the pan with garlic bread on the side, these meatballs parmigiana are the real deal and make a satisfying, delicious supper. Form the meatballs up to a day ahead of time and refrigerate until ready to fry. However, they are best fried […]

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Nick’s Baked Macaroni and Cheese

There’s regular macaroni and cheese, and then there’s this special occasion macaroni and cheese. Unlike other recipes, this one starts with a milk-and-egg base, which gives the dish a very rich, smooth flavor. A layer of smoked Gouda provides a gooey, molten core, while extra-sharp Cheddar adds tartness. If you can’t get gouda, shredded mozzarella […]

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The heartiest Beef Stew ever

It’s difficult to imagine a more fulfilling lunch than this hearty beef stew, which pairs nicely with buttered noodles and a glass of powerful red wine, plus it’s quite easy to make! A little sprinkle of cloves, augmented by a little thyme, lends a flowery note to the gravy, which matches wonderfully with the carrots […]

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Authentic Seafood Paella

Paella’s origins can be traced back to the area around Valencia, Spain, near the Albufera Lagoon, where fishing and rice farming coexisted for decades. Paella was the cuisine of agricultural workers who prepared rice dishes over open flames with whatever ingredients they could find. The paella is named for the broad, shallow pan in which […]

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Spatchcocked Chicken With Cracked Spices

Our favorite way to roast a whole chicken is with this Spatchcock Chicken dish. With the cracked spices, every portion of the roasted chicken comes out delicious. This one-pan chicken supper is simple to prepare and delightful to eat! There is no need to marinate or prepare the dish ahead of time. This is quick […]

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Steak Frites you can prepare at home!

This is the best steak recipe you’ll ever make at home! Ideal for home cooks looking for quick weekday dinners. The guidelines are simple: buy boneless slices (they cook evenly), thin pieces (so they can cook on your stove top), dry them thoroughly to maximum crust, then salt and sear them in a scorching hot […]

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The Best Bolognese Ever!

A fantastic Bolognese recipe does not require many ingredients (or much money). Patience, on the other hand, is required for the sauce to reach the proper authentic texture. You’ll cook it low and slow for around 3 hours, but don’t worry, the most of the time is hands-off! Serves 4-6 Ingredients 1 tablespoon vegetable oil3 […]

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