• Double Ranch Mozzarella Sticks

    This is a dream recipe for ranch-dressing superfans (you probably know one, or maybe you are one). Creamy, peppery ranch dressing became hugely popular in the 1990s, and now it often shows up on…

  • Sheet-Pan Crisp Tofu and Sweet Potatoes

    Tossing marinated tofu squares in cornstarch before roasting makes them wonderfully crunchy and brown. Here, the tofu is cooked alongside spears of sweet potato, which are soft and silky against the crisp squares. A…

  • Chicken Francese

    Chicken francese, sometimes called chicken French, is one of those rare restaurant dishes that’s truly easy to cook at home. If you can make chicken cutlets, you can make this lemony, buttery recipe; the…

  • Tuna Poke

    This is a dish that comes from Long Island, New York, not the Big Island of Hawaii, a Northeastern take on a Pacific classic. I’ve made it with Atlantic bonito caught offshore and yellowfin…

  • Peanut Butter-Paprika Cookies

    This recipe comes from Sister Pie, a Detroit bakery specializing in pies and baked goods, like blueberry plum balsamic pie, buttered corn scones and rhubarb blondies, that are “comforting with a side of adventure.”…

  • Sheet-Pan Tostadas With Black Beans and Peppers

    In this vegetarian sheet-pan meal, crisp tortillas are topped with chile-laced black beans, sweet roasted peppers, avocado and plenty of crumbled queso fresco or grated Cheddar. A cumin salt, flecked with lime zest and…

  • Spicy Clam Chorizo Pasta

    Clams work their way into plenty of dishes in the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, which is where the chef Pati Jinich picked up this recipe for pasta con salsa picante de chorizo y almejas.…

  • Chipotle, Peanut and Sesame Seed Salsa

    This nutty, spicy salsa with the tang of vinegar is from Veracruz, Mexico, where it’s called salsa macha. Use it to liven up roasted vegetables or grilled meats. It’s especially great on lamb chops…

  • Pressure Cooker Shrimp Biryani

    The key to cooking shrimp biryani in an electric pressure cooker is to buy jumbo shrimp, which won’t overcook in the amount of time it takes to cook the rice. ginger root, fresh curry…

  • 5-Minute Hummus

    How do you improve on something that’s already pretty beloved? For starters, you could make it accessible without sacrificing quality. It’s just as satisfying, and packed with tahini flavor, a given since it calls…