Malagasy Coconut Chicken (Akoho Sy Voanio) is a Madagascar recipe for chicken in coconut milk (curry) often served at Christmas. The post Malagasy Coconut Chicken (Akoho Sy Voanio) appeared first on Palatable Pastime.
Dulce de Leche Hot Chocolate combines the flavors of dark chocolate with smooth creamy caramel in one decadently hot winter drink. The post Dulce de Leche Hot Chocolate appeared first on Palatable Pastime.
Serious Eats Have you ever met someone who doesn’t believe in favorites? The ones who prefer to quantify each like or interest instead of using the label of “favorite?” Well, I can confidently tell you that the Serious Eats staff are the exact opposite type of people. We say our opinions with our chest—when we […]
Spaghetti Bademjan has a lamb and eggplant based Middle Eastern tomato sauce covering our favorite pasta for a great comfort food meal. The post Spaghetti Bademjan appeared first on Palatable Pastime.
Serious Eats / Russell Kilgore Unlike tabletop rollers or pasta maker attachments made for stand mixers, extruder-style machines mix, knead, and press the dough for you. (The dough is forced through a cutter disc, shaping it into noodles.) The only time you need to get hands-on with an extruder is when it’s time to guide […]
Serious Eats / Lorena Masso I sat here for a while attempting a whole spiel about how good our work was this past year. Each version of it, though, could be distilled into: “TL;DR: Our work was really so good.” And honestly, the more I think about it, the recipes really speak for themselves! I […]
Serious Eats / Jesse Raub Coffee percolators have been around since the late 1800s and were the dominant brew method for much of the 20th century. It wasn’t until the advent of the automatic drip coffee maker in the 1970s that percolators fell out of fashion. Both percolators and drip brewers use the same principle: […]
Serious Eats / Karina Matalon In true Jamaican manipulation of syntax and the Queen’s English, all beans and pulses are called peas, irrespective of whether they are beans, lentils, or legumes. In the category of bean dishes, Jamaica’s “stew peas” ranks very high on our list of perfect comfort foods. A thick and substantial stew […]
Serious Eats / Amanda Suarez Although Thai food is known abroad for its stir-fried noodles like pad thai, noodle soups are arguably even more popular among native Thais. What makes them so popular? Well, many things: the affordability, the ubiquitousness, the speed of ordering and eating, and of course the flavor. Noodle soups are an […]
Serious Eats / Julia Estrada Breaded chicken is crunchy, golden-brown, and delicious. What’s not to like? These seven bread chicken recipes showcase different methods and sauces, and there’s truly something for everybody—whether you love a classic chicken piccata or DIY Chinese takeout. Easy Breaded Fried Chicken Cutlets Serious Eats / Vicky Wasik The secret to […]