Kid-friendly chicken recipes from Martha Stewart and Everyday Food, including chicken fingers, fried chicken, chicken potpie, chicken and dumplings, chicken Parmesan, chicken tetrazzini, barbecue chicken wings, chicken casserole, sweet and sour chicken, chicken burgers, chicken meatballs, and lots more.
Chicken casserole and chicken potpie recipes from Martha Stewart and Everyday Food, including chicken and spinach casserole, light chicken potpie, chicken tortilla pie, baked pasta with chicken, chicken enchiladas, and lots more.
Ground turkey is a lower-fat alternative to beef chuck, and kidney beans -- loaded with vitamin C and omega-3s -- are an especially nutritious option. Yes, turkey contains tryptophan (an amino acid that can have a pleasantly sedative effect), but this one-pot dish has two other comfort-food essentials going for it: a warm temperature and a hearty makeup.
The filling for this pie is covered with a thin layer of superfine sugar, which turns into a beautiful, brittle sheet of caramel when bruleed, or burned, with a small kitchen blowtorch (available at amazon.com). That step is optional, though -- the pie is terrific without it, too. Note: the total time for this recipe includes making the dough, cooling, and chilling.
See our step-by-step guide to making popovers, and try all of our popover variations: Basic Popovers, Dark Chocolate Popovers, Chive Popovers, Cinnamon Sugar Popovers, Bacon and Black Pepper Popovers, and Orange Popovers.
Here, you can use chard, kale, or spinach to make an easy, delicious side dish. Coarsely chop the greens (with any tender stems), steam them until cooked through, then squeeze them dry in cheesecloth or a clean kitchen towel.
See our step-by-step guide to making popovers, and try all of our popover variations: Gruyere-Thyme Popovers, Dark Chocolate Popovers, Chive Popovers, Cinnamon Sugar Popovers, Bacon and Black Pepper Popovers, and Orange Popovers.
This quick and easy recipe for rich chocolate treats comes from Faith Durand, Executive Editor of The Kitchn, from her book Bakeless Sweets. They have a pleasantly nutty flavor, with crisp bits of crushed cracker and chopped hazelnut mixed in -- and you can put them together in just a few minutes.