A nutritious play on traditional mushroom risotto, which usually features arborio rice. Barley is a hearty grain that adds a creamy chew and holds up to the bold savory flavors of mushroom, sage and rosemary. Any winter squash, like butternut, or ugly -is great for this recipe.
If I were to describe this meal in three words, it would be quick, colorful and flavorful. The beauty of this recipe is that you simply put together the maple rosemary sauce, season your vegetables, throw all meal components on one sheet pan and glaze your salmon before putting the tray under the broiler. Opt for raw vegetables; your fish and veg will cook at a similar rate.
This is the most versatile “set-it-and-forget-it” bread dough and its perfect for those who are intimidated with baking. Use this bread recipe to whip up everything from bread loaves, rolls, quick baguettes and even pizza dough! I like to add honey to my water/yeast starter, to give the dough a touch of sweetness and softness. I’ve halved my recipe to yield enough dough for two large pizzas.
Pozole is a rich Mexican stew that is filled with spicy flavors and is typically made with hominy and pork, but you can use any protein you’d like. Hominy is enriched corn that’s been processed with lye to change the structure of the kernel. If you’re a fan of grits, then congratulations, you’ve had hominy!
These empanadas are stuffed with flavors profiles that pay homage to the classics while acting as a bridge to American palates. Keeping those distinct flavor profiles, through the substitution of lemon juice, garlic and sweet potatoes. Beef is a must for this dish, as it is the most popular protein to use.
Team BAF doesn’t know who came up with all these holidays, but why not make the best of them! Today I’m sharing my Korean Inspired Beef Taco recipe in honor of National Taco Day. I put an emphasis on the inspired, because they are no way authentic Korean but definitely tips a hat of appreciation towards traditional Korean Bulgogi, a slightly sweet tender grilled beef dish.
Preparing to do a 5 ingredients or less series for those who have limited ingredients on hand, but don’t want to sacrifice quality or flavor. I started creating 5 ingredient dishes after receiving the 3-ingredient cookbook as a gift. The beauty of fewer ingredients is that each one has a chance to stand out. bonus: its amazing on your wallet. If this is you, keep scrolling!
This recipe is quick, and easy to customize for your at home hot pot. Add fish, braised beef, root veggies, or extra herbs. This one calls for chow mein or soba noodles, which you can usually find in the asian section of a grocery store. Traditional ramen is fine too (leave that sauce packet though)!