If you struggle with making flaky pie crusts, try this recipe using a slurry. It gradually combines the flour and water into the butter to avoid over mixing.
These recipes provide guidance and inspiration for how to bring ingredients together to create a magical meal.
They are NOT another to-do list that you must dogmatically follow.
This simple belly-warming soup is perfect for cold wintery nights. You can’t beat how easy this 5-minute recipe is. Spruce it up with a dash of sesame oil ?.
This quick & easy recipe is a great intro to five-spice tofu. You’ll love the creamy and tangy peanut butter sauce with the last-minute kick from sriracha.
You’ll love this easy egg tofu recipe because it’s super quick and is a great minimalist intro to egg tofu, which lets you really taste the egg tofu flavor.
Simple and smooth hot chocolate in 5 minute or less with 2 ingredients & no cooking on the stovetop. Plus dozens of hot chocolate flavors & topping ideas.
You’ll love this classic comfort food with extra umami. Make extra for freezing or enjoy throughout the week. Perfect when coming home to an empty fridge.
Love chai lattes but hate the sugar added in cafe & pre-mix concentrates? Get this EASY sugar-free chai recipe with a secret twist to avoid bitterness.
How to make tender vegan ratatouille in an Instant Pot in 30 minutes or less. This recipe is designed to avoid a soggy, soupy stew.
Learn the secret to how to make quick and stress-free garlic bread using garlic powder, and nobody will ever guess it only took you 5 minutes!
An easy, no-bake ratatouille recipe cooked in 1 pot. No cubing vegetables or individually cooking needed. This recipe is designed for quick batch cooking.
Planning an event when you don’t fully control the attendee list is challenging. Add to it the fear of nobody showing up. It makes me wonder whether my Delights of Cooking meetup is a terrible idea. Two weeks ago, I planned a Vietnamese spring roll meetup because they are easy to prepare and healthy to…
If you love lemonade but hate the sugar-laden store-bought stuff, you’ll love homemade lemonade. Flavor it with lavender and other unique flavoring ideas.
This tofu stir fry recipe is packed with flavor from the deep-fried tofu and hoisin sauce. You’ll love how easy this stir fry is to make in under 15 mins.
Finally, a recipe in under 15 minutes. We haven’t made it in under 15 minutes since the first Simply Stir Fry recipe with tofu, cabbage, carrot, and mushrooms. Well, you’re in for a treat because not only is this recipe even better than the tofu and cabbage stir fry, but it’s also a lot faster to make. The best…
With summer coming, you may prefer a refreshing salad over a steamy stir fry. Luckily, this tofu and broccoli salad recipe is just as simple and easy to make as a stir fry. The best part of this tofu and broccoli salad recipe is that you can make it ahead of time. That makes it…
How to make a stir fry that’s delicious and nutritious in 15 minutes or less. Can we make it in time? Following on the heels of our discussion about meal planning, food inventory, and reverse shopping lists, stir frying is one of the best ways to cook quickly and still make healthy, delicious food. Recipe Time!
Ever wonder what you can get done in 15 minutes? How about dinner from fridge to table in 15 minutes or less? Following on the heels of our discussion about meal planning, food inventory, and reverse shopping lists, it’s just as important to learn how to cook quickly while still making delicious and nutritious food. Alex and…
When you’ve only got 5 minutes to get your garlic fix, this cream cheese-based dip is a yummy way to add flavor to your sandwiches and snacks. It’s a great way to use up leftover herbs that you might have after making dishes like jambalaya, pork and shrimp wontons, or butternut squash and brie gratin….
Learn how to make mouthwatering garlic bread in 5 minutes without turning on the oven. It’s so easy to get dinner ready after a long work day and satisfy your garlic craving.
Imagine strolling through the Christmas markets in Germany while the bitterly cold weather pummels your body. Then the fragrant smell of spiced mulled wine wafts over. You see people warming up their cold hands by gently holding this precious hot drink. These memories from my 2010 winter in Germany keep me making mulled wine every year. And why not?…