Recipes

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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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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Mexican ‘Elotes’ Street Corn with Cheese, Lime and Chili

Whole ears of corn are a popular street snack in Mexico, where they’re grilled or boiled before being topped with a mix of lime, chili, mayonnaise, and shredded cheese. All of the aforementioned are combined into a creamy, bracing topping and smeared all over the hot, sweet ears in this grilled version. It’s not technically […]

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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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Steamed Clams with Garlic Butter

To complement a pot of garlicky steamed clams, all you need is some crusty bread — or perhaps just a spoon. Tarragon and chives provide a zingy freshness to the clams in this variation, while lime juice and zest brighten things up. But it’s the butter that brings the dish together! When cleaning the clams, […]

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