The sauce in this recipe works double-duty as marinade and dressing.
Coconut milk and ginger give this creamy American classic an Asian twist. Serve this soup as a first course or a light main course.
We were impressed with the mix of flavors in this picnic salad. With tart, crisp apples, sweet cranberries, and satisfying walnuts, turkey, and cheese, this thematic salad tasted just as delicious as it looked.
Chicken breasts rolled around ham and cheese, breaded and fried: this recipe was once considered the highest form to which chicken could be elevated—but now it seems outdated. We rescued it.
Chicken and rice is always a simple dinner option, but it doesn't have to be plain. Dress up this dish with bright lemon flavor.
We wanted to create juicy, rich tasting fried chicken at home without the big mess, and with a crust as crunchy as KFC.