Nutrition doesn't come at the expense of flavor in this spicy spinach (left, in photo). The recipe comes from chef and food activist Bryant Terry, and it was published in "In the Green Kitchen," by Alice Waters.Also try: Citrus Chard with Raisins
Chef and cookbook author Madhur Jaffrey shares this simple yet impressive Bengali dish known as "chingri bhapey." The shrimp is delicately spiced with ground mustard seed and chopped green chiles, creating a sweet, fragrant sauce. Madhur recommends rubbing the shrimp with coarse salt before washing it to ensure the freshest flavor.
These snacks are best served right out of the skillet, when they're piping hot and oozing with cheese. After you've cooked the first batch, set your skillet out on a trivet with a spatula. When everybody's picked it clean, fry up another batch.