This grain bowl is a choose-your-own-adventure delight. Sub in any grain, protein, or leafy green you have on hand—no matter what you choose, the deliciously easy sesame-based dressing will tie it all together. You'll have enough for at least two lunches plus leftovers. Make a double batch of the dressing to have enough for a full week of easy lunches. For a vegan version of the dish, skip the egg and up your protein with a larger serving of the broccoli/chickpea mixture.
A simple one-bowl dough and an extended rise time makes this no-knead pizza crust exceptionally flavorful, with a tender yet chewy bite. Go for the classic Margherita topping of mozzarella, tomato sauce, and torn basil, or try it topped with salami and spring onions. A pizza stone is especially handy for creating a crisp crust, but baking the pizza on an inverted rimmed baking sheet also works well.
This one-bowl loaf cake is exceptionally easy to make. Since the batter calls for oil instead of butter, there's no need for a creaming step—just quickly beat together the ingredients until smooth, then fold in the blueberries. Thanks to plenty of sour cream and minimal leavener, the cake bakes up rich and tender, ready for the final touch of a puckery lemon glaze topped with plenty of fresh lemon zest. To enjoy it as a breakfast cake, just skip the glaze.Related: More Easy Loaf Cake Recipes
Hatch chile obsessives flock to Hatch, New Mexico, every September for the pepper's namesake festival, but you can buy them online year-round and occasionally from the freezer section at Trader Joe's. To accentuate their medium-spicy, fruity flavor, we combine them with garlic, sweet onions, and tomatillos in this super-simple salsa that is great in a burger, on enchiladas, or simply spooned over fried eggs.
Is this the best burger on the Internet? We think so. This spicy, crispy, cheesy, swoon-inducing smash burger will have you going back for seconds thanks to the cheese and salsa that melt into a queso-like moment and take this burger to the next level. Our Hatch Chile Salsa replaces the acidity of ketchup with just enough heat to keep things interesting. Don’t try to use ground beef with less than 15% fat; it’s crucial to delivering a juicy patty that doesn’t dry out when smashed.